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Announcing Art Basel 2013

Art 44 Basel, the world's premier international art show for Modern and Contemporary works, held from June 13 – 16, 2013, features nearly 300 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. More than 2,500 artists, ranging from the great masters of Modern art to the latest generation of emerging stars, are represented in the show's multiple sections. The exhibition includes the highest-quality paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works.

With its world-class museums, outdoor sculptures, theaters, concert halls, idyllic medieval old town and new buildings by leading architects, Basel ranks as a culture capital, and that cultural richness helps put the Art Basel week on the agenda for art lovers from all over the globe. During Art Basel, a fascinating atmosphere fills this traditional city, as the international art show is reinforced with exhibitions and events all over the region.

Take a closer look at http://www.artbasel.com/en/Basel



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SCOPE-ing the Rhine 2013

Happily presenting the 7th SCOPE Basel in their new location: Klybeckquai, on the Rhine, a region simmering with emerging tastemakers of our generation. SCOPE is proudly featuring 75 international Exhibitors alongside 20 Breeder Program Galleries. SCOPE encourages it's visitors to engage with these cutting edge pieces in hopes that they too can participate in cultivating the future of contemporary art. Acclaimed for introducing the most innovative galleries, artists and curators, SCOPE Art Shows in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons have aggregated an extensive critical acclaim and loyal following, with sales of over $450 million and attendance of over 700,000 visitors. In addition, SCOPE's Breeder Program will be celebrating it's 13th anniversary. Breeder's alumni include, but are not limited to: Peres Projects, John Connelly Presents, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, and Daniel Reich Gallery. SCOPE's opening day took place Monday, June 10th. The show will conclude on Sunday, June 16th.

To learn more and preview some of the main attractions visit: http://scope-art.com/shows/basel-2013/about/



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Upcoming Shows That Kick Some Ass!

HARD LINES / SOFT VIBES at Jeff Bailey Gallery in Chelsea.
Featuring: Louise Belcourt, Brian Scott Campbell, Erik Schoonebeek, Nichole van Beek
Opens June 27 - August 9, 2013

Jeff Bailey Gallery



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Bodensee Some Art!

Art Bodensee is situated on The Rhine in an idyllic location. This annual art fair rests between Lake Constance and the cities of Innsbruck, Zurich, Munich, and Stuttgart. This conglomerate of diverse cultures and exquisite landscapes creates an incredibly charged space, where art of different national and international heritages converge. Prominent names and precocious new comers mingle at Art Bodensee, igniting discussions about where is art now and where is it going. In 2012, Art Bodensee welcomed 40 exhibitors and over 5000 guests. This hidden gem represents sculpture, painting, media, installation, and photography completed after 1960. Art Bodensee begins on July 12th, and concludes on July 14th.

FInd out how to get involved! http://artbodensee.messedornbirn.at/



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There's Nothing Halfway about the Iowa Art Way

Des Moines, Iowa is quickly becoming a hot bed of cultural and artistic expression. Recently the winner of the Grand Pinnacle Award from the International & Events Association, and the Encore Award from Bravo Greater Des Moines, this arts fair is simply an event that cannot be missed this summer. Des Moines Arts Festival features up and coming and established artists from across the United States, illustrating that ground breaking art isn't only found on the island of Manhattan. In addition to being a platform for exhibiting galleries from around the U.S, Des Moines Art Festival proudly offers a taste of the future of music, film, and performing arts . The festival will take place on June 28th through June 30th 2013. Book your tickets now!

Discover more about Des Moines!
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NY Arts Sneak Peek: 4o Don't Mean Shit.

We've trolled the muddy waters of the NYC Art scene, 8 fine members of our esteemed selection committee shining decisive beacons of light to guide our way. When we returned to port the whole boat was full of artists, half over 40, and half younger than 40. After looking closely at the compiled work we decided...well, shit - read for yourself:

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Swizerland to NYC and Back in a Flash:
Claudia Luthi's Pops in for an New York Minute.


Claudia Luthi is a Swiss artist whose work is currently on view at Broadway Gallery as a part of our Global Projects Series. She was kind enough to share with us her time spent in NYC in honor of her exhibition. Check it out!

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Strap on your Helmet and Join Us in the Tub.

On Friday, June 21st NY Arts Magazine attended the opening of Party Picks at Salon 94 Bowery, which encapsulates a dynamic selection of Jimmy DeSana’s incredibly visceral oeuvre. DeSana is most well known for documentation of the New York punk scene and the celebrities that represent this aggressive, yet equally titillating cultural movement.
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Robert Llimos, Bust in Bronze, 15 x 9.25 x 7.32 in. Courtesy of the artist.

NY Arts Has Intergalactic Friends

In front of me are two sculptures by Robert Llimos, of Alfa and Beta, a couple from the universe. These quasi-reptilian extraterrestrials constitute a unique “space-anthropological” reconstruction in painted terra cotta and bronze. The first impression is one of beauty and calm, the two beings looking thoughtful and intelligent with their elongated necks and big almond reptilian eyes. They have very small ears and no hair, a metallic tiara and scaly skin lending a quasi-aquatic countenance.

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Mike Kelley at Hangar Bicocca

World-renown Italian gallerist Emi Fontana allegedly closed her space in Milan to follow artist Mike Kelley to California. Years after Kelley's death, his close friend and confidante curates a blockbuster of a show at the spectral Hangar Bicocca.
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Adam painted this door red to match his shoes.

Unstoppable Impetus: Adam Mignanelli

Since his childhood infatuation with art students on the nearby Rhode Island School of Design lawn, Adam Mignanelli's art passion has soared. He recently launched Ballasts Projects, a collective he described as, "Not just a space, not just a gallery..."
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Broadway Gallery Opening Tomorrow from 6 to 8!

July 3 - 23
Opening Reception July 11 6 - 8pm
Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway 7th Floor NYC



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Mathieu Lefevre: The Stuff Things Are Made Of

The objects at art shows are but catalysts, propellers, instigators for what's important. What matters most is not the physical matter, but the simultaneously weightless and grand theories, contemplations, truths, connections and interactions that form within art spaces. In "The Stuff Things are Made Of" at artist-run space Regina Rex, a celebratory and intrinsic show commemorates the legend that was artist Mathieu Lefevre. Initially appearing whimsical and superficial because of its materiality, color and technique, Lefevre's artwork is a transportive submarine into often unexplored depths.



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Brea Souders, Sunburn in Naples, 2010. Image courtesy of Daniel Cooney Fine Art

Like a Heatwave: Daniel Cooney Sizzles

The show incorporates archetypal prints of swimmers and divers, saucy images of porn stars in Speedos and bikini clad rich girls who reside by Hollywoodian pools, and abstract images where the naked body is spliced or converged. This final group of images subverts the very apparent sexiness and almost cliché theme, transforming Making Waves into an exhibit that uses summertime as a platform where questions of representation and the body can be explored...



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John Malkovitch’s Modern Interpretation of Dangerous Liasons

When John Malkovitch played Vicomte de Valmont in a renowned film, Dangerous Liasons (1988), based on a novel by Choderlos de Laclos and directed by Stephen Frears, his performance was unexpected and stunning. Now, 25 years later, Malkovitch’s decision to direct Dangerous Liasons onstage as “a play that never pretended to be a movie,” is brave but yet ineffective... read more



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Beverly McIver, Annah Pregnant, 2013. Image Courtesy of Betty Cuningham Gallery

Beverly McIver at Betty Cuningham Gallery

Beverly McIver's latest exhibition at Betty Cuningham Gallery introduces the inner tensions of her graphic, expressionistic work through contrasting tactile planes. The objects surrounding her figures simultaneously complement and disjoint the paintings. Vibrant faces and figures vibrate against juxtaposed static objects. The beauty of her work is thus concentrated on painterly gestures, fabricated movement and color peculiarities. Fizzle into her universe with NY Arts Magazine.



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Photography at Carolina Nitsch Project Room

Summer of Photography at Carolina Nitsch Project Room hosts a conglomeration of images depicting the idiosyncratic, sexualized, and commodified America of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries. It features photographs by iconic, world-renown artists such as Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman and William Eggleston. The photographs encompassed are optically as vivid as is their visual content; bright colors complement images of the deranged physicality and peculiar beauty that is the authentic American experience.



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Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties

Claes Oldenburg is an artist without flamboyance or careful propriety. He is thus very American, and being American, it is not strange that he was born in 1929 outside of America, actually in Sweden. He should have explained in 1960 that, “I make my work out of everyday experiences, which I find as perplexing and extraordinary as can be.”
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Artist Walter De Maria passes at 77

"His work often embraced the form of selected environments and it’s inherent space, accenting the harmony of the meticulously placed object within the setting where it is installed. Using simplistic forms, he was able to elicit complex conversations including those of viewer relationships to perception and the importance of one’s positioning in relation to the object."
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Broadway Gallery Opening August 1 - August 23

August 1 - August 23
Opening Reception: Tuesday August 6th from 6-8pm
Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway 7th Floor NYC
broadwaygallerynyc.com

Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

A few notable themes in this exhibit that cross cultures are romanticism, spirituality, and humanity. Part of an ongoing series, Artists at Home and Abroad reaches out to the diverse community of New York. In addition to the exhibition on display at Broadway Gallery NYC, are several concurrent Internet projects, and a print catalog. Furthermore, this exhibit offers writers and viewers an exciting opportunity to submit essays and comments on the nature and significance of biennials, fairs and public exposure for new and emerging artists.



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Prosecco Loaded Worker Bees

Image courtesy of artMRKT Hamptons Art Fair

"I walk in a little unsteadily. The tent hums with activity. I feel as if I have just entered a hive—a highly chaotic, yet innately systemized heterogeneous structure. Each gallery is a single honeycomb, and within each of these chambers lies a hampered, assiduous little bee. Some of them nestle into their cells. Their delicate wings arch back, as their forelegs rest upon sleek white desks. The others, who don’t appear as self-satisfied, dart around the peripheries of their designated cubicles; their antennas begin to twitch if you appear just a little too interested. The space is permeated with a continuous buzz, and before I can help it I’m buzzing too."



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Iddhis Bing reads Victor Boullet

"He is canny, and not without his humors — although he is careful to avoid the comedian’s fate. One example: he invited the curator Damien Airault to a week’s residence at the Institute of Social Hypocrisy’s gallery in the Marais and — held him hostage. Airault could neither leave the gallery space nor communicate with his captor — the artist — for a week. Food was ferried up the side of the building in a basket."
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Cutie and the Boxer: Enduring Love Against the Ropes

"The blue hour eased itself into the end of what had turned out to be a beautiful day despite a rainy morning. Adult couples on Saturday night dates showed their IDs at the door of the Old American Can Factory in Gowanus as volunteers gave them wristbands for courtyard or rooftop seating. Some patrons filed into the courtyard as a selection of non-abrasive indie pop songs floated down into the courtyard 'cheap seats.'”
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Tear-gassing Dancers in Sandbox Democracies

"The ambiguities of representation are in full play in an event that unfolds in an artwork. It purports to open up global urban poverty in a fair catering to the world’s rich and their artist servitors. In Basel, in very rich, very secure Switzerland, this event has a very different meaning than the disruption of the biennial-sponsored performance in Istanbul."
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This Sandy Made "Into the Light."

A rainbow opens like a pink-red mouth across the sky. A man crouches in front of a lit-up fridge like it’s an oasis of light in the dark room. Light like yellow sweat drying on a man’s face. In a self-portrait, Kim sticks out her tongue and a wave of reflected sinks and Kims fan out behind her like arms on an Indian god. These are a few of the photographs in Sand Kim’s Into the Light.
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Moving Into the Next Half Century:

Now in it’s 51st year, the NYFF will screen selections from both young up-and-coming filmmakers, as well as new work from directors who have consistently owned the silver screen in years past.
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At Broadway Gallery August 29 - September 17th

Opening Reception: Thursday August 29th from 6-8pm
Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway 7th Floor NYC
broadwaygallerynyc.com

Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

A few notable themes in this exhibit that cross cultures are romanticism, spirituality, and humanity. Part of an ongoing series, Artists at Home and Abroad reaches out to the diverse community of New York. In addition to the exhibition on display at Broadway Gallery NYC, are several concurrent Internet projects, and a print catalog. Furthermore, this exhibit offers writers and viewers an exciting opportunity to submit essays and comments on the nature and significance of biennials, fairs and public exposure for new and emerging artists. Featuring work by:

Hen­ri­ette Lor­entz, Mamuka Mike­ladze, Gigi Rig­a­monti, Anna Carin Stein, Jirina Naz­zani, Vanessa Aves, Anna Paola Piz­zo­caro, Soli Mad­sen, Rosy Lofer, Mar­gret Zit­ter­bayer, Jack Jasper, Sabine Schulz, Andreas Kuhn, Eryn Lefkowitz, Court­ney Olm­sted, Amanda Lucia Côté, Jackie Russo, Michael Crook, Lauren Rymer, Sarah Detweiler, Per Daniel Håkans­son, Hwan Lee.



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Kris Scheifele talks Kudzu with Randy Wray

As far as transformation is concerned as a theme in my work, I’m using humble materials such as waste paper, polystyrene packaging, and other by-products of consumption to create abstract sculptural forms that suggest vehicles like ships, wagons, and wheels. Modes of transportation serve as metaphors for transformation.
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Lighting Up Toronto: Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 10/5:

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is Toronto’s annual all-night celebration of contemporary art, produced by the City of Toronto in collaboration with Toronto’s arts community. The eighth edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche will take place Saturday, October 5 from 6:51 p.m. until sunrise. This year’s lineup includes 112 art projects created by more than 500 local, national and international artists who will transform the streets of Toronto for a single night.
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Pop-ups, Pedestals, and Polystyrene

Integrated together in the gallery, instead of separated by partitions or expansive space, the works create a visual conversation with one another, accentuating the narrative of building blocks and variable groupings. Decisively situated on walls, custom-made pedestals, and hardwood floors, each painting and sculptural component bears enough conceptual and visual thrust to be appreciated individually.
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What's That Behind You?

Gaitanidou’s solo show Risk Aversion is a study on human reaction to fear. The backdrop is the menacing environment of the wild that acts as a vacuum of logic and reason, thus allowing raw emotion to prevail. The bodies of the tribe’s schematic figures are covered with colorful motifs disclosing a precedent time of joy. The juxtaposition of the silent cries in their facial expressions intensifies the sense of horror when danger arises. It is said that when faced with fear, the choice to avoid danger either by escaping, confronting, or grinding to a halt before it, the so-called fight-flight-or-freeze response, is instinctive, almost primitive.
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Perplexing Geometries: Sarah Bednarek

Artist Sarah Bednarek’s work in sculpture and drawing addresses ideas of the finite and the infinite, of the perception and possibility of a mathematical and geometric ideal—one that eludes our grasp in our everyday reality but can be faintly glimpsed in mental images and in the world of the imaginary. She articulates a sense of this other world through an array of endlessly evolving permutations of lines, tessellated planar surfaces, and multi-dimensional volumes. They are realized graphically on paper or through the physicality of her deftly crafted constructions which operate as interventions of the hand into the world of the purely optical.
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Legal Ambiguity: A Playful Medium

Carey Young’s show at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst addresses the monolithic power of the legal system by exploring the relationships between the body, language, rhetoric, and systems of power. Young’s work playfully adopts and disrupts law’s forms and methods, creating slippages and highlighting gaps, ambiguities, and subjectivities.
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September 24 - October 10
Reception: October 1, 6-8pm


Globalization creates unexpected relationships and contrasts in contemporary art. This series focuses on the significance of exhibiting a variety of works in a pluralistic art world. Inspired by salon-style hanging, most commonly attributed to the Salon de Paris held during the 18th and 19th centuries; Broadway Gallery NYC continues this legacy with a contemporary and fresh outlook. Following a trend of previous exhibitions at Broadway Gallery NYC, this show pays tribute to the format of a salon hanging. It is a tradition that awakens contemporary culture to a dynamic collective consciousness.

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Erwin Olaf Berlin, Porträt 07 - 10th of July, 2012 Copyright Erwin Olaf Courtesy WAGNER + PARTNER Berlin

What it means to be a Berliner:

This series, composed of about twenty Photographs, is placed in a long gone Berlin. This impression originates almost only through the clothes of the children. One time there is a little girl dressed in a leather dress with fitting gloves, one time it’s a souped-up boy in a custom made suit. We recognize the intention without getting our noses rubbed in it, an art that Erwin Olaf masters like no other.
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Noise Rocker Messes With That Other Pop:

Combing the commercial landscape for product detritus and two-dimensional media, Copeland guts and recombines found materials into psychotropic Pop assemblages. His material gestures range from slight and clever manipulations of image or lettering to jarring repetition of pattern and hyper-saturated color.
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Raphael Hefti is So Hot Right Now:

One fine, late-summer afternoon all of that humming immaterial labor looked awfully anaemic in proximity as a crane-equipped flatbed truck unloaded 25 tons of sand onto the narrow sidewalk outside Ancient & Modern Gallery. This aspect of Raphael Hefti’s performance, Quick Fix Remix, isn’t formally announced to prospective viewers.
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Installation view courtesy of the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.

Flesh And Bone: Francis Bacon And Henry Moore

Flesh and Bone pits a happily married establishment figure and Royal College of Art tutor, against a self-taught sadomasochistic gambler with a fondness for alcohol and the sleek underbelly of Soho.
It is difficult not to see this exhibition as a competition of interests and the interesting; the very personalities of both artists are quite evident—one only needs to look at the photographs in the exhibition of both artists’ studios to see the yawning chasm between them.
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Pizza Boxes, Lemons, and Rats From Boston

While Churchman denies this pleasure, he may be remarking that as our relationship to imagery loses its scaffolding in this contemporary age, what remains is no less heartbreaking, and perhaps much more playful.
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Broadway Gallery Opening Wednesday, 6-8 pm

Broadway Gallery is very excited to announce the opening of Adriatic Wonder: The Work Of Davor Vukovic.
Mr. Vukovic's new works have grown considerably in scale and are quite immersive and beautiful. His energetic and vibrantly colored large seascapes will be on view until October 29th.
Please join us for the opening reception this Thursday the 17th from 6 to 8pm.

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway Fl. 7
New York, NY 10013
212 274 8993
broadwaygallerynyc.com

We look forward to seeing you here!
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Opening to Success: New Work by Davor Vukovic

It's not every evening that you get to celebrate the opening of an artist's work like Davor Vukovic was fortunate enough to enjoy at Broadway Gallery last night. His impressive seascape-inspired abstractions span almost ten feet in any given direction and are full of vibrant colors. An expert in juggling hues, the artist has composed more intense areas to be cleverly balanced with calm passages inspired by the richly varied blues of the ocean.
The work was received warmly by the art-going public, drawing an interested crowd of SoHo intellectuals and art aficionados. One viewer of note was a representative from the Croatian Consulate, who had come to see the recent work of her esteemed compatriot. Davor was also the subject of a number of interviews, to be broadcast on Croatian Television. Milling about admiring the work while sampling a glass or two of white wine, everyone on hand agreed that the work was quite the success, installed in such a way as to come across as large windows to an immersive oceanic environment.
The exhibition, Adriatic Wonder, announced a brave new exploration for the artist, as he has generously increased the scale of his work to a much larger canvas. The viewer is now able almost to dive inside the work, becoming a part of Vukovic's animated world of color. The exhibition will now be on view at Broadway Gallery until October 29th, 2013.

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway Fl. 7
NY, NY 10013
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Play with Your Food: Work by Klaus Enrique

Klaus Enrique is a New York based photographer whose work echoes that of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, with some surprising twists. For one, the subjects of his portraits—made from fruits, vegetables, and yes, even raw chicken—are captured in real time, in the glorious moments before they inevitably began to decay. The photographs are stunning commentaries on the fleeting nature of life and the complex beauty of living things. Enrique’s upcoming solo show at Rebecca Hossack Gallery will showcase such artfully constructed subjects as Princess Diana, Gandhi, and even Darth Vader.
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May 5th to May 28th, 2014
Opening Reception, May 8th, 6-8pm

The speed of interactions via new media allows for global artistic conversations previously unheard of before. In an attempt to integrate the numerous artistic languages, this exhibit was installed in a unique format, designed to begin conversations between the work of artists from NYC and across the globe. Two long parallel walls have been carefully installed to create dialogue in the spatial order. The Global Projects Series allows the viewer access to some of the past and current pivotal artistic ideas while introducing newer talent, to generate fresh creative energy through unexpected juxtapositions.



Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway Floor 7
New York City


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Also Featuring: Roeg Cohen, Danielle Vichinsky, Trevor Smith, Julianna Ehlert, Kieran Kesner, Kat Slootsky, Emily Langmade, Adriana De Cervantes, and Elizabeth Woodbury.
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Message par Flo » 17 janv. 2016 16:50

NY Arts Monthly Newsletter

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ONETWENTYEIGHT

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Maxwell Stevens "Summer Table 3" Oil on linen, 20 x 20 in/51 x 51 cm, 2013. Image copyright © 2016 Maxwell Stevens, all rights reserved.

January 15, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

MAXWELL STEVENS SUMMER TABLE PAINTINGS

January 17 – February 7, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, January 22, 6 - 8 pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 7 pm, Sunday 12 - 5 pm, and by appointment


NEW YORK - onetwentyeight is pleased to present MAXWELL STEVENS, SUMMER TABLE PAINTINGS, a new solo exhibition testing the boundaries of painterly abstraction and photorealism within the context of contemporary portraiture and delicately painted modern interiors.

“I’m interested in the domestic arena as the primary site for our psychological and emotional experiences, and in how we exist differently, historically, within each passing moment. I try to use abstraction and the fragmentation of representational imagery to evoke this.”

In this selection of oil paintings spanning several years, the viewer encounters an array of intricacy & detailed brushwork executed in the individually rendered scenes underlying each picture. These intimate, miniaturized portrayals are subsequently overpainted in thick impasto, fragmenting and disrupting the initially calm scenery. This interplay arrives at a newly hybridized pictorial space, one that makes allusions to both the Dutch Golden Age and to Abstract Expressionism, yet clearly would not exist in any other era than our own.

Please join us for this special exhibition of paintings as we inaugurate an exciting 2016 season at onetwentyeight. For inquiries please contact us at summertablepaintings[at]gmail.com or +1.212.674.0244, +1.646.341.0175.


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SohoPhoto Gallery is proud to present six solo shows including touching work by Miana Jun and Rebecca Pine on the aftereffects of breast cancer.

Exhibition Dates: February 3, 2016 – February 27, 2016
Opening Reception: Tuesday, February 2, 2016, from 6pm to 8pm. Everyone is welcome.




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A Note for Juliet
Richard Gardner

“The collection of atmospheric blossoms has been created as tribute to the memory of Juliet Man Ray, wife of great surrealist artist Man Ray. The selection is named for a Haiku I wrote many years ago for my dear friend, Juliet, shortly after her passing.”

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The Breast and the Sea
Miana Jun and Rebecca Pine

The Breast and the Sea (http://www.thebreastandthesea.com) is a written and photographic project capturing the strength and beauty of breast cancer survivors. Photographer, Miana Jun, and author/survivor, Rebecca Pine, share stories and photographs of participants, with scars bared in the sea. “It has been healing because I was able to expose my scars without judgment and without fear . . . knowing that the photos of me will help someone else to heal.” –Lauren, participant


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Gestures
Tony Kirman

Light tells us what time it is, and then time tells us something else. A camera gesture, with an exposure of half a second or longer, causes light rays focused by the lens to be distributed in a spontaneous way across the sensor–Intentional Camera Movement. The evidential nature of the photographic image is replaced by a celebration of the fluid and complex nature of reality.


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Color Contained
Joan Lemler

“I have photographed alongside the New Jersey Turnpike for many years but recently decided to focus on the shipping containers near Elizabeth and Harrison. I am drawn to their geometric blocks of color. I seek places where these symbols of industry are juxtaposed against marshland, open skies and diesel trains, or stacked like a mosaic. To me this creates an interesting, layered composition. And, when I have the right light, these mundane industrial scenes become beautiful.”


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Remembrance of Buildings Past
Michael Sackler

“As an architect working in the neighborhood of the 9/11 Memorial, I have become acutely aware of the fall and the rise of buildings. This project explores the collage effect within cities of older buildings reflected within the facades of newer buildings. Memories of a prior urban and historical fabric, now obscured by inexorable change, are found embedded within the rigorous logic of the present.”


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Always–At the Seashore
Paul Stetzer

“The borders of land and sea reward my patient waiting and watching with beauty, calm, inspiration, solitude, insight as the constant kissing of the shore by the waves coalesces into a sense of always.”




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Amalia Ulman Excellences & Perfections (Instagram Update, 8th July 2014), (#itsjustdifferent) 2015 © Courtesy Arcadia Missa and The Artist. Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern runs from February 18 — June 12, 2016.


NY Arts News

The Armory Show Time-Based Exhibitors Projects The Armory Show is excited to announce a series of special projects by three exhibiting galleries, which explore concepts of time and decay through performance and sculpture - Read more

Jill Baroff: in a grove at the Bronx Museum of the Arts in a grove refers both to the site where the material come from, as well as to a short story by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, adapted by Akira Kurosawa in the film Rashomon, in which multiple eye-witness testimony of an event contains conflicting information - Read more

Modern Art arrives to the Museo Nacional de Arte with the exhibition Los Modernos Although the main discussion centers were the cities of New York or Paris, the modern thinking in art didn´t only took place there, its aspirations reached other latitudes that, simultaneously, were added to the break up with the figurative tradition of naturalistic representation and configured the new artistic languages that we know today as Avant Garde movements. Mexico was one of these countries - Read more

Michael Joo’s Latest Solo Show At Blain|Southern London Radiohalo; is a major solo exhibition of new works by the conceptual artist at Blain|Southern London, presenting works across a variety of media and substances incorporating themes of energy, nature, and technology, creating a complex and rich body of work exploring identity and the body, often by its absence or processes - Read more

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Art Fairs

THE ARMORY SHOW: March 3 – 6, 2016 at Piers 92 & 94, NYC. The Armory Show will host 205 galleries from 36 countries worldwide – the fair’s largest inter national representation to date.
Art Dubai: March 16-19, 2016 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Taking place each year in March, Art Dubai presents a select yet diverse line-up of around 90 galleries from the UAE and around the world, across three programmes: Contemporary; Modern, devoted to masters from the Middle East, Africa and South Asia; and Marker, a curated section of artspaces that focuses each year on a particular theme or geography.
Affordable Art Fair: March 30 – April 3, 2016 at The Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC. An exciting spring 2016 edition with over 70 local, national, and international galleries offering an array of original artwork from more than 1,000 artists.
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Exhibitions | Events

Independent New York 2016- March 3 – 6, 2016 | CARTER BURDEN GALLERY EXHIBITIONS BY RE-EMERGING NYC ARTISTS -March 3 - 24, 2016 | Marcel Broodthaers: A Retrospective at MoMA - Through Sunday, May 15 | Re:visioning HANJI at Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Center | Yaroslav Derkach SYMBOLS at TSEKH | #makeamericagreatagain at White Box | Glenn Ligon – What We Said The Last Time and Entanglements at Luhring Augustine | ARTBOOK TO OPEN A CONTEMPORARY ART BOOKSTORE AT HAUSER WIRTH & SCHIMMEL - March 13th, 2016 | and more on NY ARTS
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“If I can’t dance I don’t want to be a part of your revolution”
- Emma Goldman


In the same way original libertarians defended the sex industry, Belgian born New York artist Serge Strosberg challenges freedom of speech and subject matter in the art world by talking about fifth wave feminist movements and old school pornography.

Recently we have been seeing hypocrisy in the form of religious conservatism taking over the Western World, climaxing with pope hiding female breasts on paintings in and around Vatican for the visit of the Iranian President; can it get any more ridiculous? For years most art fairs have maintained a high luxury sedated atmosphere and even non-commercial art fairs have remained politically correct. Soft nude paintings are removed from several European exhibitions. Why is it still rare to see art exploring the theme of pornography?

There are many reasons for the comeback of feminism Today. More than ever, Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign makes it a hot topic. However, feminism talked about by a male artist is still generally over-analyzed and overrated. This creates lack of freedom of expression for men. At the risk of being accused of objectification, Serge Strosberg does not just paint women; he paints humanity to contemplate enduring existential questions. Before that, he painted the gay subculture and prior to that he painted African immigrants in Paris, his friends, his neighbors, fellow artists, people he admired or found interesting.

This show is about Freedom. The Artist confronts the first movies from the adult industry (the victory of libertarians) with the last movements of the feminist artists Femen and Pussy Riot who use their sexuality to prove their freedom in their protest art practice directly aimed against patriarchy. While other great female artists of previous generations, such as Kathleen Hana, (the pioneer of the Riot Grrrl movement and the lead singer of feminist punk band Bikini Kill), did not let their “revolution to be televised”, Femen and Pussy Riot, on the contrary, became highly mediatized by the same patriarchal Western World they criticize. Their appearance is no longer controversial, the same as pornography which was once forbidden. Femen and Pussy Riot are all over the internet showing similarities with pornography by being bold, straightforward and obvious, using crude language and nudity.

Serge Strosberg creates a brave and voyeuristic installation - life size adult dvd store on a quiet New York’s still authentic East Village street, in Studio 26 Gallery, located in the storefront of the famous NYC’s Mosaic Building, two doors down from the world renowned guitar store TR Crandell Guitars.

Similarly to Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy and Banksy’s Pet Store, Serge Strosberg’s Girlsgirlsgirls viewers will be lured by thinking they will be entering a real adult dvd store where they will encounter in fact feministic imagery: monumental paintings that use cult adult movie posters from the “golden age” (original titles and similar colors) as backdrops, the original actors replaced by the activists advocating freedom for women; conceptual silkscreens with contrasting titles; LED light art objects; installation with dozens of fake adult dvd’s, video art juxtaposing S&M imagery, scenes of feminists protests and fragments from adult movies “Deep Throat”, “Debbie Does Dallas”, and Pussy Riot and Femen performances, as well as actual live provocative performance. This tightly packed small gallery space site-specific installation is well suited to contemporary New York City.

Freedom and Feminism are at stake in the 2016 American presidential debate. “Super Thursday” performance illustrating the present political chaos which encourages protests, will be presented on Thursday April 28, 6-8 pm starring Hillary, Trump, Pussy Riot, Femen impersonators and other performers. Get ready to choose your candidates!

Exhibition is curated by Marika Maiorova.
For more information, please email maiorovamarika@gmail.com or sergestrosberg@gmail.com
www.girlsgirlsgirlsartshow.wordpress.com

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GirlsGirlsGirls will be open to the public April 26-May 2, 11 am - 8 pm.
Video art screenings, artist talk and performances will be programmed throughout the week.

Private artist reception and special performance: Thursday April 28, 6-8 pm.
@ STUDIO 26 GALLERY
179 East 3rd street
NY, NY 10009
Press Contact: (561) 317-3657
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