Saturday, August 1, 2015

Love this one: Golden Waters, light installation by artist Grimanesa Amorós,on view now until September 30, 2015. CATCH it now

This reminds me o o Picasso's video drawing in light show in the Picasso Museum, Grimaldi castle, Antibes. This is very neat to see.


Golden Waters: Light Installation by Grimanesa Amorós
  Extends From Soleri Bridge in Scottsdale, Arizona

 June-September 2015   
Grimanesa AmorósGOLDEN WATERS 2015, light sculpture installation  
Scottsdale – Golden Waters, a temporary light installation by artist Grimanesa Amorós, which extends from the famous Soleri Bridge, is on view now until September 30, 2015.  Scottsdale Public Art, a leader of defining art in the public realm, is the sponsor of the installation.
Inspired by and reflecting the natural elegance of the Arizona canal, a nearly fifty mile long body of water that runs through Scottsdale, Golden Waters is mounted on a secure structure attached to the bridge, designed by artist, architect and philosopher Paolo Soleri. The hovering light sculpture extends parallel to the canal channel eighty feet west of the bridge. Golden Waters’ LED tubing system appears to rise from the canal waters below, celebrating the union of light and water.
The vertical and horizontal lines of the installation are a metaphor for the dynamic balance between urban and natural forces that can be experienced simultaneously. Golden Waters hopes to engage the viewer by emphasizing a unique perspective on nature and landscape.
About Grimanesa Amorós
Grimanesa Amorós was born in Lima, Peru and lives and works in New York City. She is a multidisciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history, scientific research and critical theory, which have greatly influenced her work.
Amorós researches the locations, histories and communities of the installation sites. Her process remains organic and instinctive. This intuitive relationship to technology is a distinctive feature of Amorós’ practice. Her works incorporates elements from sculpture, video, lighting, and technology to create site-specific installations to engage architecture and create community.Grimanesa Amorós has often drawn upon important Peruvian cultural legacies for inspiration for her large-scale light- based installations, which she has presented around the globe from Mexico, Tel Aviv and Beijing to New York’s Times Square. She continues to be inspired from Peru’s history for her art but she does not hold an essentialist or nostalgic view of her subject. She often gives talks at museums, foundations and universities where her lectures not only attract future artists but students and faculty engaged with science and technology. It feels somewhere in the art of Grimanesa Amorós, the past is meeting the future. Amorós has exhibited in the United States, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
For more information about Grimanesa Amorós, visit
 About Scottsdale Public Art
The mission of Scottsdale Public Art is to serve as a leader in defining art in the public realm through creative place-making, signature cultural events, exhibitions, and installations—contributing to the community’s creative, cultural, and economic vitality.
Scottsdale Public Art is partially funded by the City of Scottsdale public art ordinances, and managed by the Scottsdale Cultural Council, a private, non-profit 501(c) (3) management organization that administers the arts and cultural affairs of the City of Scottsdale and also manages the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Seattle Art Fair

July 30 - August 2



With a toast to the city led by Paul Allen and The Honorable Ed Murray, Mayor of Seattle, the inaugural Seattle Art Fair roared into action on Thursday evening. The Seattle Art Fair opened to an animated, engaged crowd of 4,000 collectors, curators, museum directors, and art lovers as a unique moment focused entirely on the city itself​. The people of Seattle responded with a powerful enthusiasm reflected in strong sales and sizable attendance. Visitors to the fair's acclaimed first edition were met with an intriguing exhibition​ ​of ​sixty-two local, regional, and national galleries alongside a program of public installations, performances, and special exhibitions. 

Sales were robust across the board, with acquisitions of important work reported ​in all price ranges. Gagosian Gallery enjoyed an active Preview and noted the enthusiasm of the crowd, which included prominent collectors as well as museum directors and curators from across the region. New York City's Allan Stone Projects​ sold​ a Dan Basen mixed media piece and a Wayne Thiebaud early work on paper in the fair's opening moments. Paul Kasmin Gallery sold ​Revolution #2, by Ivan Navarro, Pace Gallery placed two of their stunning teamLab interactive digital installations, and David Zwirner Gallery sold work by Oscar Murillo and Christopher Williams in the fair's first hours​. Seattle's Greg Kucera Gallery also saw sales across their program's presented price points including the placement of Sherry Markovitz's Poodle Head, two Margie Livingston paint pieces, and a William Kentridge. ​​James Cohan Gallery saw significant interest in the works of Spencer Finch and and sold several pieces by Elias Sime. Adelson Galleries sold Jamie Wyeth's Sisters - Six in a Suite of Untoward Occurrences on Monhegan Island. Other highlights include Catharine Clark Gallery's sale of sculpture by Wanxin Zhang and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery​'s​ placement​ of work by Skylar Fein and Nikki Rosato. ​Seattle's Roq La Rue sold work on paper by local artist Amanda Manitach as well as acrylics on panel by Travis Louie and Camille Rose Garcia. Samsøn Projects sold work by Mark Cooper to a prominent New York City collector, ​New York's Maxwell Davidson Gallery sold ​several works by Thomas Witte, and Seattle galley Winston Wächter Fine Art sold four mixed media and sculpture by Dustin Yellin. 

The first two hours of the Seattle Art Fair opening night Preview raised over $85,000 for Artist Trust. Dedicated to supporting Washington State artists working across all disciplines by providing professional development through training programs like Edge and I Am An Artist, Artist Trust funds upwards of 85 artist grants, totaling over $300,000 each year. Seattle Art Fair's support of this important institution enlivens the fair's vision to support innovative, creative thinkers and makers within the region. 

Seattle Art Fair visitors filled the wide aisles of the CenturyLink Field Event Center and flocked to Basecamp, Olson Kundig's site-specific Collectors Lounge. Acting as a conduit between outside and in, the space serves as a gathering point and place for conversation and contemplation. Olson Kundig's design celebrates the pioneering spirit of the Pacific Northwest, using wood, ​fabric, and native plantings to evoke the simple elegance of nature and bridge the fair with the surrounding landscape. The design for Basecamp is led by Olson Kundig owner and principal Jim Olson and associate architect Jerry Garcia 


Seattle Art Fair
CenturyLink Field Event Center
800 Occidental Ave S., Seattle WA 98134

Fair Hours
Friday, July 31, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday, August 1, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday, August 2, 12 noon – 6 p.m.

For news and updates about the Seattle Art Fair, please visit: 

  • 101/Exhibit
  • Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art
  • ACA Galleries
  • Adelson Galleries
  • Allan Stone Projects
  • Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe
  • bitforms gallery
  • Catharine Clark Gallery
  • Charles A. Hartman Fine Art
  • Charlie James Gallery
  • Danese/Corey
  • David Zwirner
  • Donald Ellis Gallery
  • Edward Cella Art + Architecture
  • Elizabeth Leach Gallery
  • Emerson Dorsch
  • Forum Gallery
  • Freight + Volume
  • G. Gibson Gallery
  • Gagosian Gallery
  • Gail Severn Gallery
  • Gallery 16
  • Gallery Jones
  • Gana Art
  • Greg Kucera Gallery
  • Harmony Murphy Gallery
  • James Cohan Gallery
  • James Harris Gallery
  • Jenkins Johnson Gallery
  • Kaikai Kiki
  • Kopeikin Gallery
  • Linda Hodges Gallery
  • LMAKprojects
  • Mariane Ibrahim Gallery
  • Maxwell Davidson Gallery
  • Mindy Solomon Gallery
  • Monte Clark Gallery
  • Nancy Hoffman Gallery
  • Octavia Art Gallery
  • Osage
  • Pace Gallery
  • Patricia Sweetow Gallery
  • Paul Kasmin Gallery
  • Platform Gallery
  • PUNCH Gallery
  • Rebecca Hossack Gallery
  • Rena Bransten Projects and Rite Editions
  • Richard Levy Gallery
  • Roq La Rue
  • Samsøn
  • Traver Gallery
  • Tyler Rollins Fine Art
  • Upfor
  • Winston Wächter Fine Art
  • Woodside/Braseth Gallery
  • Zürcher Gallery

About Art Market Productions
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About Vulcan, Inc. 
Vulcan, Inc. creates and advances a variety of world-class endeavors and high-impact initiatives that change and improve the way people live, learn, do business and experience the world. Founded in 1986 by investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen, Vulcan oversees various business and charitable projects including real estate holdings, investments in dozens of companies, including the Seattle Seahawks NFL, Seattle Sounders FC Major League Soccer, and Portland Trail Blazers NBA franchises, First & Goal Inc., the Seattle Cinerama theatre, Experience Music Project, the Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame, the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the Allen Institute for Cell Science and The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. For more information, visit

Friday, July 31, 2015

OK ON the West Coast in Redondo Beach? The Industrial Cathedral AES Power Plant Redondo Beach, tonight

Installations in progress
 CA 101 2015

California Artists exhibiting in unique spaces

Opening reception:
Friday July 31 7-10pm

Exhibition dates:
Saturday August 1 and August 8

Friday August 7

Sunday August 2 and August 9

The Industrial Cathedral
AES Power Plant Redondo Beach, CA
1100 N Harbor Drive
Redondo Beach Ca 90277
The beautiful AES Power Plant in Redondo Beach
Please join us at the historic AES Power Plant in Redondo Beach on July 31st for the opening reception of CA 101 2015CA 101 2015 is an exhibition offering artists the opportunity to showcase their work in the unique location of the dynamic and vibrant space of the Industrial Cathedral.  CA 101 2015 is proud to feature major installations throughout the space along with works in oil, watercolor, mixed media, photography, video and more.

CA 101 2015 is produced by the Friends of Redondo Beach Arts (FRBA), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts in Redondo Beach.  Today, thanks to the efforts of many volunteers, city officials and the community at large, Redondo Beach has become the center for the arts in the South Bay.

CA 101 2015 will be held for two consecutive weekends, July 31-August 2 andAugust 7-9. Opening night will be held Friday July 31 from 7-10pm.  This is the fourth year for the CA 101 art exhibition with Nina Zak Laddon serving as Juror/Curator and Sandra Liljenwall as Exhibition Director for the show.

The CA 101 2015 event is an unparalleled venue for artists to exhibit their work. The AES dormant steam station has a soaring ceiling, large expanse of windows facing the Pacific Ocean, open space and unique backdrop of the original machinery. It is the size of a football field with brick red floors and mint green turbines.

Last year, the CA 101 2014 was pleased to have over 125 artists exhibiting, representing 40 cities throughout California and approximately 5000 visitors.
Melissa Prichard- installation which includes features within the Power Plant
Yarn against the Machine
April Bey installing her contemporary work using an old turbine

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In Chicago deffinattly catch this: Carole A. Feuerman | New Works July 31 – September 15, 2015 Artist Cocktail Reception: July 31, 5-8pm

Carole A. Feuerman | New Works
July 31 – September 15, 2015
Artist Cocktail Reception: July 31, 5-8pm

Miniature Serena, 2015, Oil on resin with red Swarovski Crystal cap, 10 x 17 x 8 inches, Unique

Next Summer, 2012, Oil on Resin, 39 x 54 x 50 in., Edition 2/6

Chicago, IL (May 19, 2015) - KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce Carole A. Feuerman | New Works, a solo exhibition of new sculptures by the artist, on view from July 31, – September 15, 2015 at the gallery’s Chicago location at 43 East Oak Street, Chicago, IL 60611. The exhibition will feature a selection of both life-size and small-scale works by the artist. An opening reception will be held on Friday, July 31, from 6-9pm with the artist in attendance.

Carole Feuerman (b.1945) has received critical acclaim for her hyperrealist sculptures of swimmers and bathers for over forty years. A number of her most iconic images, including Balance, Serena and Miniature Quan will be featured in the exhibition alongside life-size works, Christina and Next Summer. Executed in painted resin with tactile flesh and meticulous detail, Feuerman’s sculptures have a presence that is both contemporary and classical. While it is not uncommon for hyperrealist work to seem cold and unapproachable, Feuerman’s bathers, balanced and calm, are unexpectedly intimate and inviting.

Genuine mink fur is used for the replication of eyelashes and hair, and the details of the tanned skin, fingernails, and bathing suit ripples are painstakingly painted on. These details combined with the perfectly formed water droplets made of clear resin create astonishingly life-like sculptures. A number of swimmers are even dressed with swim caps that are bejeweled with red and crystalline Swarovski Crystals. The artist states that she, “sculpt[s] the human figure so lifelike, the pieces seem to breathe...This can take up to 100 different coats of paint, and glazing and sanding in between coats, to get the finish and luminosity needed. From start to finish, the process of creating a sculpture can take from 6 months to several years."

Detail: Next Summer, 2012, Oil on Resin, 39 x 54 x 50 in., Edition 2/6
In addition to her resin and oil sculptures, Feuerman is also works actively with bronze. Two of her bronze works, Miniature Tree and Miniature Diver will be featured in the exhibition. The body of the diver is arched into a sensuous C-shape and speaks to her understanding of the Golden Mean: an ancient mathematical equation epitomizing balance and proportion. The bather featured in Miniature Tree is posed with an S-curve, or contrapposto, typical of classic Greek and later Renaissance sculpture. 
Feuerman lives and works in New York. She has had six museum retrospectives and her work has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the 2008 Olympic Fine Arts Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, The State Hermitage, and The Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, to name a few. Among her many honors are 1st-Prize-Best in Show at the Beijing Biennale, the Amelia Peabody Sculpture Award, the Betty Parsons Sculpture Award, and the Medici Award. Her work is in the selected collections of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Henry Kissinger, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Forbes Magazine Collection, the Caldic Collection, and Credit Suisse Collection. Selected public collections include Grounds for Sculpture, the El Paso Museum of Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Bass Museum and Art-st-Urban.

In 2000, she was elected to be a member of the International Woman’s Forum, where preeminent leaders of diverse professional achievement from finance to fine arts come together to make a difference and to take an active, leadership role in matters of importance. In 2013 her sculpture, The General’s Daughter was featured in the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.

There are four full-color monographs written about her work: Carole Feuerman Sculpture, both editions published by Hudson Hills Press, La Scultura in Contra la Realta, which is available in multiple languages, and Swimmers, published by The Artist Book Foundation.  

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