Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Catch The 39th Annual Colorado Indian Market & South West Arts Fest, January 17-19

39th Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Art Fest
January 17-19, 2020
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Call to Artists 

WHAT: 39th Annual Colorado Indian Market & Southwest Arts Fest
WHERE: The Denver Mart, Denver, CO
WHEN: January 17-19, 2020 

NOTEWORTHY:
*Limited to 200 artists
*Indoor venue with electric 
*Thursday, January 16th Load-in
*Full color program distributed to patrons
*Free Wifi available
*Storage available for excess inventory 
*Pipe & drape available at no charge along the back wall of booth upon request
*Chairs, tables & trash cans available upon request at no charge
*Coffee & tea in the mornings, plus ice water refills all day
*4 free day passes to give to customers or friends
*Jury Fee $25

*Booth fees: $445 (5'x15'), $590 (10'x10'), $885 (10'x15'), $1180 (10'x20')
Corner Booth +$100

This colorful celebration of Native American, Southwestern and Western arts features 200 top quality juried artists & craftsmen alongside tribal dances, award winning entertainers, artists demonstrations, culinary booths and interactive special attractions. 

The Festival takes place Martin Luther King weekend at the Denver Mart - a well-known venue in close proximity to the internationally-acclaimed National Western Stock Show. In 2020, the show will coincide with weekend 2 of the 3 weekend long event; perfect timing for capturing peak tourist attendance!

This is the Indian Market's second year under the new leadership of Dash Events and Rio Grande Festivals, producers of 4 other annual award-winning art festivals in New Mexico & Colorado. Our goal is to amaze and entice affluent buyers by showcasing an unrivaled quality and variety of artwork, in a lively environment that everyone (exhibitors included!) will enjoy. To attract more buyers and collectors, the show will be advertised extensively by way of billboards, television, newspaper, postcard mailings, Visit Denver, magazines, email blasts to our existing list of 40,000 patrons, comprehensive social media campaigns, as well as great coverage through local publicity. Last year alone, our tried-and-true kiosk data collection efforts increased our ability to contact Indian Market customers directly by 25%.
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The East End showcases Mostly Abstract VI Ashawagh Hall Oct 12 -14th : Opens Oct 12 5-7

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Saturday, October 5, 2019

Oh No It's that time of the year!!!! 🙀If your in Miami and gearing up to attend Catch the Pulse update for 2019. Look like fun



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HK Art Advisory, Dean West, Palm Springs #4, 2018, Digital CC print, 42.25 x 48 inches, Edition of 7.

HK Art Advisory, Dean West, Palm Springs #4, 2018, Digital c-print, 42.25 x 48 inches, Edition of 7.
ANNOUNCING THE 2019 PULSE GALLERIES


Every year, PULSE Art Fair welcomes an international roster of exhibitors presenting an engaging overview of the most compelling art being produced today. We are proud to present this year's exhibiting galleries.

The fair presents art for the engaged buyer in the welcoming and dynamic setting of Miami Beach. Here is the first look at the breathtaking galleries exhibiting with us at our 15th anniversary celebration this December 5-8. Tickets go on sale next week, October 10. 


ART PREVIEW

K Contemporary Art, Mattai, A Matter of Course, 2018, Fabric, Vintage Sari on organic fence, 75 x 122.
SUCHITRA MATTAI
A Matter of Course
Fabric, Vintage Sari on organic fence
K CONTEMPORARY ART 
E and S Gallery, Mark Beck, Land of Cotton, 2018, Oil on Canvas, 58 x 60 in.
MARK BECK
Land of Cotton 
Oil on Canvas
EANDS GALLERY, INC.
182 Artspace, Yi Chi LIN, Video Oasis Club, 182 VHS SHOP, 2019, VHS playing device, VHS tape, neon light, Installation design, Dimension variable.
LIN YI-CHI
Video Oasis Club, 182 VHS SHOP
VHS playing device, VHS tape, neon light, Installation design
182ARTSPACE
Art Mur, Guillaume, Lachapelle, Untitled, 2019, Nylon, 9 x 7 x 7 in.
GUILLAUME LACHAPELLE 
Untitled 
Nylon
ART MÛR
Tablinum Cultural Management, AD-Reflex, Aftermath, 2018, oil on digital collage on board, 180x120cm.
AD-REFLEX
Aftermath
Oil on digital collage on board
TABLINUM CULTURAL MANAGEMENT
DAVID LUSK
THERE IS NO SLOWING DOWN FOR DAVID LUSK 
With galleries in Memphis and Nashville and shows which change 10 or so times a year, David Lusk provides us insight into some of his upcoming projects and what he looks forward to at PULSE.


"I firmly believe there will always be a desire to own something well-created that also imparts a message that affects a collector or appreciator. What that is, is a generation of people steeped in social media but not letters and telephone conversation... is something I consider frequently." - David Lusk

Read the full blog post here and keep an eye out for more interviews with our 2019 galleries.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF ADAH ROSE GALLERY
A BRIEF HISTORY OF ADAH ROSE GALLERY 

Adah Rose returns to PULSE this year with a variety of artists representing a wide range of politics, aesthetics, beauty, calm, surface, color and the list goes on and on.
 


"My first year at PULSE I had a solo booth with sculptor Jessica Drenk. It was a lovely experience and I returned with both Jessica's art and the art of other amazing artists. This year I am bringing a wonderful figurative painter, Gregory Ferrand, an abstract landscape artist, Gabe Brown and a minimalist, Wesley Berg. Gregory is from Washington DC, Gabe is from the Hudson Valley of New York and Wesley is from Texas." - Adah Rose 

Read the full blog post here and keep an eye out for more interviews with PRIZE galleries.
BOOK YOUR STAY AT THE EDEN ROC MIAMI BEACH AND NOBU HOTEL




BOOK YOUR STAY AT THE EDEN ROC MIAMI BEACH 

We are partnering with Eden Roc Miami Beach 
this December to bring you dedicated special rates for PULSE Art Fair.

Located just steps away from PULSE Art Fair, Eden Roc Miami Beach invites you to step into the beach cosmopolitan lifestyle. Enjoy a special rate exclusive to PULSE Art Fair. Use EDEN ROC to receive 20% off the Best Available Rate Now through 10/31 for travel 12/1 through 12/7. A minimum three night booking window and resort fee and tax apply.
The Calm in the Palms
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In LA the Chimento Contomporary"s Artists brig a touch of fun and style: SEK and Phyllis Green Open November 2 44-8 PM, displayed thru December 12, 2019

 
SEK This is painful transition, 2019, mixed media on paper, 31 x 23 inches
 
SEK (main gallery)
This Is Painful Transition
Opening reception:
Saturday, November 2, 2019, 5 - 8 p.m.
November 2 - December 21, 2019

 
Chimento Contemporary is pleased to present our first solo exhibition by Los Angeles street artist SEK. Curated by Autumn Breon Williams.

SEK began painting and creating graffiti as a teenager in East Los Angeles. After he finished school he started working under the alias SEK. The moniker is an abbreviation for “second chance and seconds in time”. Using poetry, mathematical principles, and Latin, he communicates streams of consciousness revelations and reflections at a time when he was struggling. He has become known for his lyrical and abstract style. His signature way of crossing out , rearranging and manipulating words and phrases.

Sek prefers his anonymity, his work can be seen on the walls throughout the streets of Los Angeles. Sek has exhibited his work in Los Angeles, Japan and China.
LITTLE ROOM 
Phyllis Green Black Holes, 1994, ceramic, concrete polymer, flocking fabric, metal, 9 x 8 x 8 inches 
Phyllis Green Another Splash in the Turkish Bath (little room)
Opening Reception:
Saturday, November 2, 2019, 5 - 8 p.m.
November 2 - December 21, 2019


Chimento Contemporary is pleased to present artist Phyllis Green Another Splash in the Turkish Bath. This is a Little Room presentation.

Phyllis Green adopted the title of Jean-August-Dominique Ingres foremost portrayal of the nineteenth century  “harem” theme, the painting The Turkish Bath (Le bain turc), for her exhibition of small sculptures at Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, in November 1994. Writing for the Los Angeles Times, critic Susan Kandel commented that “the hot house atmosphere that Ingres incarnates- all damp flesh, intertwined limbs and Near Eastern froufrou- becomes in Green’s hands, both hyperbolic and irresistible.” (LA Times, 16 November 1994). In the statement that accompanied the exhibition, Green wrote:

"The mixed media objects included in this series are hybrids of symbolic male and female representation: perforated and projecting, hard and soft, inside and outside.  They are loaded to evoke all manner of “female” allusions by their small size and by the multi-layered use of such materials as flocking, feathers and fabric.  The use of female imagery as form and content continues to be devalued by the art establishment, if not by the culture in broader terms.  One of my intentions is to challenge the lingering modernist assumption that decoration and ornament, as feminine, are enemies of “high art”."

Here, 25 years later, Green assembles a group of seven of the pieces in this series completed between 1993 and 1996. Other pieces in the series are represented in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and in numerous private collections in the United States.

Phyllis Green (b. 1950, Minneapolis, MN) is an internationally exhibited artist and curator based in Los Angeles. Green is the recipient of numerous prestigious grants and awards, such as Senior Artist Fellowship, City of Santa Monica (2017), the Guggenheim Fellowship (2014), Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York; Individual Artist Grant, Cultural Affairs Department, City of Los Angeles; California Arts Council Artists Fellowship (Sculpture); and the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (Sculpture). Her work is in the permanent holdings of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Winnipeg Art Gallery and numerous private collections.


Chimento Contemporary is located at
4480 West Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
info@chimentocontemporary.com
(323) 998-0464
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