Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Hamptons Film submission are open for the Screenwriters Lab, 2020


SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR 
HAMPTONSFILM 2020 ANNUAL SCREENWRITERS’ LAB 
20th Annual HamptonsFilm Screenwriters Lab Returns April 3-5, 2020

Lab Funded with Support from Melissa Mathison Fund for Female Screenwriters

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the HamptonsFilm Screenwriters Lab (April 3-5, 2020) champions the artistic visions of up-and-coming filmmakers from around the world. An intimate gathering taking place each spring in Sag Harbor, NY, the Lab fosters emerging talent by pairing selected fellows with established writers and creative producers for a weekend of one-on-one mentorship. Over the course of the weekend, these film industry veterans advise the participating fellows on their feature length projects in a series of individual and group development sessions. Additional events include an annual Master Class hosted by a celebrated screenwriter and a networking cocktail reception with board members, patrons, alumni, and members of the local artistic community.

Submissions are now open for feature length scripts of all types and about all subject matter:

Earlybird Deadline: November 26, 2019
Regular Deadline: December 10, 2019
Late Deadline: December 27, 2019
Extended Deadline: January 3, 2020

Since its inception, over fifty screenplays have taken part in the Lab. Recent projects include Annabelle Attanasio’s Mickey and the Bear (SXSW 2019, ACID Cannes 2019), Michael Tyburski and Ben Nabors’ The Sound of Silence (Sundance 2019, SIFF 2019), Cathy Yan’s Dead Pigs (Sundance 2018, BFI London Film Festival 2018), Christina Choe’s Nancy (Sundance 2018, Film Independent Spirit Award Nominee for Best First Screenplay), and Ísold Uggadóttir’s And Breathe Normally (Sundance 2018, AFI Fest 2018).

Other selected highlights include 
Destin Daniel Cretton’s Short Term 12, starring Academy Award®-winning actors Brie Larson and Rami Malek, which won the Grand Jury and Audience Award at SXSW in 2013; Justin Schwartz’s The Discoverers, starring Griffin Dunne, which made its world premiere at HIFF 2012; Sara Colangelo’s Little Accidents, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, starring Elizabeth Banks and Chloe Sevigny; and Claudia Myers’s Fort Bliss, starring Michelle Monaghan and Ron Livingston, which was released in 2014. With projects from participating fellows produced year after year, the Screenwriters Lab continues to be an inspiring and safe space for artists to find and hone their creative vision.

Recent Screenwriters Lab Mentors and Master Class participants include 
Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone, Leave No Trace); Tamara Jenkins (Private Life, The Savages); Jim Taylor (Sideways, Election); Mark Heyman (Black Swan, The Skeleton Twins); James V. Hart (Contact, Hook); Michael H. Weber (The Disaster Artist, (500) Days of Summer); Oren Moverman (The Messenger, Love and Mercy); Michael Cunningham (The Hours, Evening); James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, Truth); Robin Swicord (When They See Us; The Curious Case of Benjamin Button); Alex Dinelaris (Birdman); Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy); Caroline Kaplan (producer: Boyhood, Sorry to Bother You), Rob Siegel (The Wrestler, The Founder); Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Captain Marvel, Half Nelson); Sabrina Dhawan (Monsoon Wedding, Cosmopolitan); David Siegel (What Maisie Knew); Alec Sokolow (Toy Story); Hawk Ostby (Children of Men, Iron Man); J. Robin Baitz (People I Know, The Substance of Fire); Ted Griffin (Ocean’s Eleven); Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, Love and Friendship); Ira Sachs (Frankie, Love is Strange); Andy Bienen (Boys Don't Cry); Jeff Sharp (producer: Boys Don’t Cry, Evening); Lawrence Konner (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire); Maria Maggenti (The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love); Gregory Widen (Highlander,Backdraft); Mark Christopher (54); Maggie Greenwald (Songcatcher, Ballad of Little Jo); Laurie Collyer (Sherrybaby); Lawrence Lasker (Sneakers,War Games); and Dylan Kidd (Roger Dodger, P.S.).

For more information please visit:

ABOUT HamptonsFilm
HamptonsFilm was founded in 1992 to celebrate the art of film and to introduce a unique and varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers to our audiences with an annual film festival each October. A non-profit organization with year-round screenings of global narrative and documentary films, a Screenwriters Lab, and extensive educational initiatives, HamptonsFilm offers programs that enlighten, educate, and provide invaluable exposure for filmmakers, while also providing the East End of Long Island with an educational and cultural experience that enriches the lives of its citizens and contributes to the local economy. The annual film festival, the premier film event on New York State’s East End, and recently referred to by Variety as “one of America’s most glamorous displays of the best in cutting-edge cinema,” continues to play an important role during awards season, with a significant number of titles highlighted every year at the Academy Awards. For more information please visit www.hamptonsfilm.org. #film#hamptonsfilm#fineartmagazine

Foley Gallery closing of Karen Margolis, Nov. 17th


Karen Margolis



in the precipice

October 16 - November 17

Closing this Sunday, November 17th
Karen's stunning exhibition must come to a close this Sunday, November 17th.  
Honestly, the gallery has never looked better.  I invite you to join me this week if you have not had the opportunity to do so yet.  If you are receiving this message from afar or maybe just uptown...please take a moment to look at the exhibition here.
If you would like to go straight to the available work, please do so on our Artsy page.  All work is priced, framed and ready to take home.
Karen Margolis graduated with a BS in Psychology from Colorado State University and studied at the School of Visual Arts, New York. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (1999) and a recent commission by the Metropolitan Transit Authority to create a site-specific mosaic for a New York City subway station. Margolis participated in the 2016 Paper Biennial at the Rijswijk Museum, The Hague, Netherlands, and has exhibited at galleries and institutions including Garis & Hahn, New York; Muriel Guepin, New York; and Bridgewater University, Bridgewater, MA. Karen’s work is currently in a traveling show “cut up/cut out,” which will be featured in regional museums around the country. Her work is included in public and private collections in the US and abroad.
“in the precipice” is on view through November 17th, 2019. Foley Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, 11 – 5:30 pm and Sunday from 12-5 pm. To request images; please contact the gallery at info@foleygallery.com.
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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Catch The Closing Party at the Barn with Gilda Oliver, Jeff Muhs, Scott Blue Horn and others curated by Kathy Murphy Saturday Nov 9th.5-8 PM 11.9. 2019

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The Art League of Long Island Winners, Jim Graf, Karen Kirshner, and Phyllis Goodfriend on display at It's the 64th Members' Exhibition at the Art League of Long Island Part One (A - L) November 2 through December 1 Artists' Reception: Sunday November 3, 3:30pm to 5:30pm Exhibition Juror: Dan Christoffel Juror Talk: Thursday, December 19, 7:30pm to 8:30pm


L to R: Jim Graf, "Waiting for the Call, NY Fire Station", Acrylic; Karen Kirshner, "Red Scene 3", Acrylic;  Phyllis Goodfriend, "Approaching Storm", Photogram
Art League of Long Island Announces Winners of 64th Annual Members’ Exhibition:  Part One

Nov2-Dec1

Exhibition Juror Dan Christoffel has selected six artists to receive awards of excellence and honorable mentions in Part One of the Art League of Long Island’s 64th Annual Members’ Exhibition.  Part One of the exhibit feature 88 works of art and is on view in the Art League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery through December 1.

Awards of Excellence:   Karen Kirshner, "Red Scene 3", Acrylic; Jim Graf, "Waiting for the Call, NY Fire Station", Acrylic; Phyllis Goodfriend, "Approaching Storm", Photograph

Honorable Mentions:  Russell Carman, "Lunch in an Irish Pub", Oil; Elizabeth Fusco, "Hibiscus and Friend", Watercolor; Lori Horowitz, "Bearded", Papier-mâché and mixed media

The exhibition juror will discuss his selections at a Gallery Talk on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:30pm.  The event is free and open to the public. 

About the juror:  Dan Christoffel is a national and international exhibiting artist with fifty-eight years teaching experience. Teaching both undergraduate and graduate arts classes at LIU Post, Dan is committed to excellence in education. With expertise in oil painting, drawing, terra cotta, stone, steel sculpture and printmaking, Dan is an accomplished portrait
artist. Guest lecturer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dan has also served as past president of the Long Island Art Teachers Association, former member of the Art League of LI Board, and former curator for the Partnership for Cultural Development at the Chelsea Center in Muttontown

The Art League of Long Island is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills. The gallery is open to the public, free of charge, Monday through Thursday 9am - 9pm, Fridays 9am – 4pm, and on weekends 11am - 4pm.  Artwork on display may also be available for purchase!  For more information about the Art League and an update on holiday closings visit www.artleagueli.org or call (631) 462-5400.
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Friday, November 1, 2019

Catch the Parrish Art Museum Artists Choose Artists, 10 November, 2019 through 23 February ,2020





ARTISTS CHOOSE ARTISTS 2019

November 10, 2019–February 23, 2020
Artists Choose Artists is the Parrish Art Museum’s triennial exhibition that highlights the dynamic relationships among the multi-generational artist community of Long Island’s East End. Artists Choose Artists is designed to catalyze creative networks and encourage mentorship and conversations between artists at varying stages in their careers.
Seven notable artists of the region will jury the exhibition. Each juror selects two artists based on submissions and subsequent studio visits. The exhibition will comprise the work of the seven jurors and the fourteen artists and may include painting, sculpture, photography, prints, and mixed media.
The 2019 Jurors and Selected Artists are:
Lillian Ball with Scott Bluedorn and Janet CulbertsonRalph Gibson with Tria Giovan and Thomas HoepkerValerie Jaudon with Janet Goleas and Bastienne SchmidtJill Moser with Mary Boochever and Dan WeldenAlexis Rockman with Irina Alimanestianu and Ronald ReedLucien Smith with Anne Seelbach and Mark William WilsonAllan Wexler with Margaret Garrett and Priscilla Heine








































© 2016 Anne Seelbach, Turquoise Waters, acrylic on paper, plastic weaving, approximately 19" x 15" x 2”


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Southampton Arts Center presents Solar Impression and International Masters Collaborations in Print with Dan Welden


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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Looks interesting, Hauser 7& Wirth present Rashid Johnson The Hikers Opening 12 November 2019-25 January 2020

Press Release
Rashid Johnson The Hikers
12 November 2019 – 25 January 2020
Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street
Opening reception: Tuesday 12 November, 6 – 8 pm

New York... Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present ‘The Hikers,’ an exhibition of recent works by American artist Rashid Johnson. The exhibition brings together ceramic tile mosaics, collaged paintings, and a large-scale sculpture that address Johnson’s recurring interest in currents of anxiety and escapism created by the political and social turmoil felt across the United States and around the globe. The exhibition borrows its title from Johnson’s latest film, a centerpiece of the exhibition, shot earlier this year on location in the mountains of Colorado.
‘The Hikers’ unfolds through five rooms on the gallery’s second floor, in a formal arrangement that echoes the fragmentation and accumulation of Johnson’s mosaics and collaged works on display. The viewer is first greeted by three monumental mosaics, each comprised of myriad materials familiar from the artist’s practice: multi-color ceramic and mirror tile, oil stick, black soap, wax, and branded red oak flooring. These works evolved out of Johnson’s Anxious Men and Anxious Audiences (2015 – 2018), earlier series in which frenzied, abstracted faces were rendered in black soap and wax on a grid of white tiles. Here, his images of Broken Men and their fellows explode in a storm of bold hues, errant drips of wax, splashes of paint, and splintered surfaces.
In these new works, Johnson pushes the anxiety of his figures to a breaking point, both metaphorically and physically. Whether portrayed alone or in groups, as in ‘Broken Crowds’ (2019), on view in the exhibition’s second room, these broken figures speak to collective and individual identities caught in the midst of shifting social realities. As injustices and racial conflicts in the US have continued to flare, Johnson’s works have likewise become more charged and dystopian than their earlier Anxious counterparts.
Weathering this turmoil, ‘Untitled Bronze Head’ (2019) is a large-scale bronze figure awaiting the viewer traversing ‘The Hikers.’ This imposing, black patinated bust, standing five feet tall and brimming with verdure, recalls both its smaller ceramic counterparts and Johnson’s gridded metal structures (among them the 2016 monumental installation ‘Antoine’s Organ,’ populated with potted vegetation). Johnson’s new sculpture takes on a shamanistic or fetishistic quality, proposing an organic framework, an ecosystem for which to care and in which to thrive.
In an adjacent room, three recent works from Johnson’s series of Escape Collages extend across the walls in kaleidoscopic compositions of appropriated photographic imagery. African masks, palm trees, sunsets, seascapes, galaxies, forest res, and covers of Harold Cruse’s celebrated 1967 treatise ‘The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual’ all come together in dizzying juxtapositions rendered on a cinematic scale. The surfaces of these works are punctuated with interventions of ceramic tile, mirror, and wood; sweeping gestures of the artist’s hand are recorded in thick oil stick and enamel spray paint.
‘The Hikers’ culminates with Johnson’s 16 mm film of the same name. Seven minutes in length, the film features two black male hikers — one ascending a mountain, another descending — who encounter each other as their paths cross. Their balletic movements are at once lithe and halting, athletic and awkward, challenging stereotypical notions of the forever rhythmic elegance of the black body in space. Collaborating with a choreographer, Johnson sought to express the psychological and physical consequences of life in the naturally challenging and too often unjust modern world, asking himself: ‘What are the movements like when a black man is walking past a police of officer? Or when a black man is suffering from agoraphobia?’ [1]
‘The Hikers,’ debuted at the Aspen Art Museum, CO, accompanied by a dance performance, and was subsequently shown at Museo Tamayo, Mexico, earlier this year. Hauser & Wirth is pleased to host a series of related performances in conjunction with Rashid Johnson’s exhibition. See www.hauserwirth.com/ events for details of the performances.
About the artist
Born in Chicago in 1977, Johnson has continually explored the relationships between biographic and collective narratives through themes such as art history, literature, philosophy, materiality, and critical history. His multidisciplinary practice spans sculpture, painting, drawing, filmmaking, and installation, and incorporates a diverse range of materials and objects significant to African-American and other African diasporic communities.
1. Rashid Johnson quoted in Sebastian Smee, ‘A vital voice of his generation. Rashid Johnson is blowing open the idea of Africanness’, Washington Post, July 3, 2019, https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/entertainment/in-the-studio-with-artist-rashid-johnson/

Press Contacts
Andrea Schwan info@andreaschwan.com +1 917 371 5023
Rebecca Schiffman rebeccaschiffman@hauserwirth.com +1 212 476 9408

Hauser & Wirth
548 West 22nd Street New York NY 10011
Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm
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Rashid Johnson
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