Monday, November 20, 2017

Haines Gallery at UNTITLED Miami Beach Booth D16

Shiva Ahmadi, Ascend, 2017
Video animation with sound, 6 mins 48 seconds
Haines Gallery at UNTITLED Miami Beach

Booth D16
12th Street and Ocean Drive, Miami, FL 33139

Preview: TuesdayDecember 5, 2017
Fair Dates: Wednesday to Sunday, December 6 - 10, 2017
Haines Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in this year's edition of UNTITLED Miami Beach, bringing together a carefully curated exhibition of new and recent works by Shiva Ahmadi, Maurizio Anzeri, Tammam Azzam, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Won Ju Lim, Chris McCaw and Aimé Mpane.

Grappling with contemporary geopolitical realities and questions of identity, each artist on view deploys formal beauty to suggest that destruction can be a generative force.

For a preview of selected works on view, click here .

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SATELLITE ART SHOW 2017 will be held at the Ocean Terrace Hotel Dec. 7-10





SATELLITE ART SHOW 2017 will be held at the Ocean Terrace Hotel, an abandoned beachfront hotel that provides us with complete creative control. Our alternative venue coupled with our focus on experiential installations, makes SATELLITE the antithesis to the standard art fair. We look forward to welcoming you! #satelliteartshow #notbasel

NOVEMBER 16, 2017

40 rooms of an abandoned hotel repurposed into immersive, experiential, and often participatory exhibitions. SATELLITE, now in its third year is an artist-run and concept-driven alternative art fair that positions itself at the convergence of art, performance, new media, and technology. “The return to our dystopian hotel is a natural move for us. South Beach was great last year, but we were restricted by the regulations of the space. This year we will provide a truly visionary experience for our guests, restriction free” said SATELLITE creative director Brian Whiteley of the fair’s experiential emphasis.
SATELLITE’s repurposed hotel spaces will house a dynamic array of art presentations. Some notable projects include acclaimed collective Meow Wolfcreating a brand new environment specially for SATELLITE. Returning for the third year in a row is New Orleans own Dangerous Rose. This year Rose will present her newest project “Clown-Cockateur”, a provocative and sensual “clown-meets-pole-dancer” experience. Performance is Alive’s nonstop performance art lounge returns for the second year and will feature over 20 pieces with interactive performances, durational works on the beach and video screenings. Some highlights of the program will be a politically focused panel discussion/slumber party hosted by Operation Catsuit, Ayana Evans and PINK PRIVACY, and an intimate performance by acclaimed poet/artist Jessica Yatrofsky. Miami’s Borscht Corp (a popular biennial in film, tech and performance) is set to debut a special installation of works just for SATELLITE and is a great opportunity to discover local talent during an arts week typically focused on international players. Bushwick’s Famous On Mars returns for the second year and has partnered with Susie Magazine to produce a rotating array of wearable art objects, live tattooing (2 days), a zine nook with feminist publications available to peruse and purchase, and fine art objects with a strong participatory component. Miami’s Nice’N Easy will be transforming the main lobby of SATELLITE into a hazy, beach-dazed “guest check-in” installation. If you’re looking to check out some cutting edge works of art and get a free hair cut/dye job, head to the TANGA collective’s booth. The School of Visual Arts NY will present two installations, one of which includes a lie detector test inside of a defunct bathroom. Keeping fun and interactivity at the forefront, SATELLITE has two “Dance Hall” installations for you to experience. Haute to Death, a popular nightclub from Detroit will be producing a micro nightclub and sculpture installation, and The HAUNT (in partnership with GIPHY), has created a virtual reality dance hall, so pop on the oculus goggles and dance with the “ghosts of Miami’s past”, all on a light up dance stage. Renowned performance artist Kalup Linzy will be debuting his “Tangled Up” music video series at SATELLITE – so we can also expect live performances from this world-class artist! If you want to play some beer pong, head to the LOG/Camayhus booth where art collective Girl Don’t Be Dumb will challenge you to an epic Beer Pong game. CHASM.NYC is presenting the work of visual artist Julia Sinelnikova, a veteran of the Brooklyn art scene who was recently awarded a large-scale public art commission for the parks department in NYC. While you traverse the halls of SATELLITE please pay attention to all the nooks, crannies and closets as NY Collective Lounge Corp has taken over these locations for some “Fish Bowl Art Exhibitions”.
Aside from a stellar array of fine art presentations, SATELLITE has partnered with NY’s Le Poisson Rouge to produce several after parties. More on that SOON!
Through a regard for collectability but an emphasis on interactivity and unfiltered creative expression, SATELLITE Art Show aims not to compete with its sister satellite fairs but to differentiate itself as the most memorable art-viewing experience visitors will have all week. Expect the unexpected and stay for all the experiences, as no two moments will be the same at SATELLITE. We look forward to welcoming you to our abandoned hotel on the beach. #satelliteartshow #notbasel


Haute to Death; Detroit, MI 
Famous on Mars X Susie Magazine; Brooklyn, NY 
Storefront Project; New York, NY 
Fountain of Pythons; Tampa, FL 
Linear Anagram; Brooklyn NY 
Tempus Projects; Tampa, FL 
Nice’N Easy; Miami, FL 
HOMOCATS; Brooklyn, NY 
Milagros Collective; Miami, FL 
CHASM; Brooklyn, NY 
Mary Sky; Hancock, VT 
BrobDinGnag Collective; Philadelphia, PA 
Meow Wolf; Santa Fe, NM 
Con Artist Collective; New York, NY 
Tanga; Miami, FL 
LOG; Chapel Hill, NC 
JBG Projects; Washington, DC 
The Haunt; Dallas, TX 
Dangerous Rose; New Orleans, LA 
Performance is Alive; New York, NY 
School of Visual Art; New York, NY 
Spectra; New Orleans, LA 
Rochambeau; Los Angeles 
Industry Gallery; Los Angeles, CA 
Duet Gallery; St Louis, MO 
AWOL; Los Angeles, CA 
Lena Marquise & Caspar Petéus; New York, NY 
Secret Project Robot; Brooklyn, NY 
Gravy Studio; Philadelphia, PA 
Coop Art Project; Miami, FL 
Bandler Enterprises; Brooklyn, NY 
Tiger Strikes Asteroid; Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago 
Borscht Corporation; Miami, FL 
Artveer; New York, NY 
Flatsitter; Buffalo, NY 
Lounge Corp; Brooklyn, NY 
Art Center SF; Miami, FL 
Camayuhs; Atlanta, GA


Riccardo Attanasio "Matlakas" (UK), Caitlin Baucom (NYC), Hovey Brock(NYC), Mara Catalan (NYC), Máiréad Grace Delaney (IL), Diane Dwyer(NYC), Shawn Escarciga (NYC), Ayana Evans (NYC), Katya Grokhovsky(NYC), Alexandra Hammond (NYC), PEI-LING HO (Taipei/NYC), Hu Renyi(China/NYC), Cynthia Post Hunt (AR), Tsedaye Makonnen (DC), Luis Mejico(IL), Helina Metaferia (DC), Butch Merigoni (NYC), Verónica Peña (Spain/IN), Keijaun Thomas (IL), Rah (Iran, CAN), Jessica Yatrofsky (NYC), Alice Vogler(NC), Claudia Huiza (Los Angeles, CA).

MUSICAL ACTS: (presented in conjunction with Le Poisson Rouge)

Nightly programing to be presented at local dive "On The Rocks". Full list of talent TBA shortly


December 7th: 12pm – 2pm
2017 HOURS
December 7th: 2pm – 10pm 
December 8th: 2pm – 10pm 
December 9th: 2pm – 10pm 
December 10th: 2pm – 6pm

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Long Island Artists:7th Annual Photo Competition at the Art League of Long Island's Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery

The Art of Narrative
7th Annual Photo Competition at the
Art League of Long Island's Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery

January 13 through February 10 

Juror: Rena Silverman
Cultural Reporter, The New York Times with focus on photography

Application Deadline: December 11

Above photo taken by U.S. Navy photojournalist Victor Jorgensen on V-J Day, Times Square.  Jorgensen was standing near Alfred Eisenstaedt at that moment.
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Emmanuel Fremin Gallery is delighted to present Concrete Jungle artist reception on Thursday, November 16 from 6 to 8 p.m.

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Emmanuel Fremin Gallery is delighted to present Concrete Jungle, a new exhibition featuring the works of Hung Yi and Young Sam Kim.
Concrete Jungle will run from November 16 to December 30, 2017 with an artist reception on Thursday, November 16 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Hung Yi

Yi creates animated and personified interpretations of colorfuls animals based on symbols from Taiwanese traditions which are believed to be lucky. The artist hand paints the whimsical sculptures with patterns and texts that are aligned with fortuitous intention. Yi’s works are displayed in many locations not only in Taiwan which include airports, theater halls, plazas and universities but all around the world. From breaking with customary exhibition displays to working in spaces not confined by traditional architectural structures, or streets in the heart of a city, Hung Yi has broken the rules with his signature public art. Given the scope of his vision, it might not be surprising that he is one of the most representative Asian artists of his generation, having exhibited in Hong Kong, China, Japan, San Francisco, New York, and now D.C., where all kinds of landscapes have become part of his creation.
The Heart Shaped Snail, edition of 9

Young Sam Kim

Kim's new series invites the spectator to ask what an alternative construction physically and spiritually would look like. Here, it’s an imagined tour through the psychology and philosophy of the modern world that aims to change the way we view about settlement of an urban plan. Each of us forgets to look at the beauty and the congruity behind the concrete worlds when we are faced with the complexity and the chaos of it. Young invites us to perceive the harmony of diffusiveness and disjointedness. Conceding that we are inconveniently vulnerable to the color of concrete can also mean that our sense of purpose may easily be derailed by an unfortunate hue in the sky, so in this true spirit of wonder, our task is to acknowledge the question of what is beautiful is impossible to elucidate, something better left for our hearts and eyes to coyly discover in Young’s mysterious settlements. What truly matters here is how the artist keeps premises in perspective by juxtaposing the layers of contemporary architecture elements and preceding actuals.
Living, 40" x 41", edition of 7