Saturday, September 26, 2020

Explore Scope Immersive September 17-27

Dean West, Eagle Rock Office Los Angeles, Photography, 152x122cm, 2019 ⁠| Courtesy of Roman Fine Art


After a successful first weekend, SCOPE Immersive has been extended through Sunday, September 27th, at 11:59pm EST. Complimenting the opening of Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms this week, SCOPE Immersive has extended its run to support more sales conversations and programming viewing opportunities in the digital space. 
Naomi White, SHIPWRECKED II (detail), Photography, Courtesy of The Contemporary Art Modern Project
Tyler Shields, Chateau (detail), Photography, 2020⁠, Courtesy of Imitate Modern
Shawn Theodore, Leenos The Forgiving - Li Pa Gen Tan Pou Li Rayi (detail), Photography, 102x152cm, 2018, Courtesy of Paradigm Gallery + Studio
Ryan Schdue, Oh (detail), 119x160cm, Photography, 2012, Courtesy of bG Gallery
Benoit Paille, Beer Spitting from The Kitsch Destruction of our World (detail), 89x112cm, Photography, 2015, Courtesy of FEATURED
Kevin Graham, Little Beach (detail), Photography, 2019, Courtesy of Arte Globale

SCOPE Immersive is pleased to welcome Arte Globale (London), bG Gallery (Santa Monica), The Bishop Gallery (Brooklyn), Black Artists and Designers Guild (Brooklyn), Casa Poidomani (Miami), The Contemporary Art Modern Project (Miami), The Cynthia Corbett Gallery (London), Duncan Miller Gallery (Santa Monica), FEATURED (New York), Haven Gallery (Northport), Imitate Modern (London), Indiana Bond (Bogota), Jenn Singer Gallery, (New York), Kasper Contemporary (New York), KERSGALLERY(Amsterdam), La Luz De Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles), Galerie LeRoyer(Montreal), Laurent Marthaler Contemporary (Montreux), LICHT FELD (Basel), Lustre Contemporary (Toronto), Miami Art Society (Miami), Mirus Gallery (San Francisco & Denver), Mortal Machine (New Orleans), Onboard Gallery (Budapest), OS Gallery LA(Los Angeles), Paradigm Gallery + Studio (Philadelphia), Paul Laster Curates (New York), PDP Gallery (Paris & Los Angeles), PRESENTER (New York), Project 2021 (New York), Roman Fine Art (East Hampton), Thinkspace (Los Angeles), Vertical Gallery(Chicago), and Galerie Vivendi (Paris).

We believe in the power of art to broaden perspectives, start difficult conversations, and ignite lasting political and societal change. As a part of our ongoing effort to create space and opportunities for more diverse voices, we are proud to be expanding our New Contemporary Program, a program that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement, by partnering with non-profit organizations that are fighting for inclusivity in the art world by uplifting Black artists and thinkers. 
Leading the industry with cutting-edge technology, SCOPE Immersive presents daily New Contemporary programming on a large scale video wall inside the show featuring wellness programs presented by Invisible Hand, talks by Paul Laster, Tyler Shields, the Black Artists and Designers Guild, and Eva Woolridge, videos from ICA Boston andArt24, courtesy of Programming Partner Daily Plinth, and more. Immersive also welcomes artist activations by Fahamu Pecou, courtesy of Kasper Contemporary, and Refik Anadol, courtesy of ARTECHOUSE. After-hours, this multi-functional transforms into a premium virtual nightlife experience featuring music curated by NHOAH and R.O.T., all without an access link or password.
Huma Bhabha Builds Monuments, presented by ICA Boston and Daily Plinth, inside SCOPE Immersive
These programs will be presented at the same time each day. The full schedule of events can be found on our website and on the virtual Show Information wall inside the show.

Daily Programming Schedule: 

8am - 10am     |  Wellness Programming
10am -  12pm  |  Artist Activations 
12pm -  5pm    |  Talk Series
5pm -  8pm      |  Musical Performances
SCOPE Immersive’s second edition is now open to collectors, curators, and art lovers alike through Sunday, September 27th at 11:59 pm EST via

Backed by an expansive digital media advertising campaign, editorial partnerships, and a one of a kind in show video wall hosting a full schedule of daily events, SCOPEImmersive blazes its own path in the digital frontier.

Unlike other platforms that rely on outdated iterations of basic slideshow technology, SCOPE Immersive invites collectors to step inside three-dimensional space and purchase artwork on a computer, mobile phone, or VR device 24 hours a day by utilizing the Buy Now or Contact feature. Powered by

Click here to apply to participate in SCOPE Immersive Miami Beach | 2020,  December 1-6, 2020.
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Friday, September 25, 2020

Yangyang Pan at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art Gallery

September 11 - October 24, 2020
Sailing Away, 2020. Oil on linen, 42 x 60 in. 

YANGYANG PAN'S new solo exhibition VISIONS OF EDEN presents 12 paintings of intense chromatic lyricism. The works are vibrant and visionary, informed by the artist’s deep-seated knowledge of Eastern and Western art history. In this new pointed approach to the abstract landscapes that have defined Pan’s practice for the past 10 years, Pan reveals her inner self to radiate moods, emotional states, and thoughts on painting. 

Gallery Install

Born in 1976, Yangyang Pan studied at the Sichuan Fine Art Institute. Graduating with honors, Pan received her Bachelor of Arts in 1998 followed by a Masters of Fine Art in 2002. She remained as an instructor until 2006 when she relocated to Canada. Since 2006, Pan has exhibited internationally, including Canada, USA, Italy and China. She received the Ontario Arts Council, Visual Artists Creation Projects Grant in 2020 and was awarded the Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition assistant award both in 2010 and 2019. Her work is widely collected in numerous private and public institutions such as Government of Ontario Art Collection, Apple (USA), Royal Elite International Academy (Canada), The Rochester Museum of Fine Art (USA), The Sichuan Fine Art Institute (China) and retail giants including Holt Renfrew (Canada), Anthropologie (USA), Amour Vert (USA), Vdara Las Vegas, and Provide Commerce (USA).



Visitors will be limited to 4 at a time and all must wear a mask. If you don't have one, we'll have one available for you. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
37 Popham Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583

T: (914) 723-8738
Hours: Thurs.-Sat. | 12:00 am - 5:00 pm
and by appointment


Art Basel Miami has been Canceled for 2020!

Art Basel Miami has been Canceled for 2020! 

We regret to announce that the 2020 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach has been cancelled

We regret to announce that the 2020 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach has been canceled

The next edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach will take place from December 2 to December 5, 2021, with preview days on December 1 and December 2, 2021.

Given the ongoing impact of the pandemic, which spans from South Florida to other parts of the country and the world, limitations and uncertainty about the staging of large-scale events, international travel restrictions and bans, as well as quarantine regulations within the United States and internationally, Art Basel has no other option but to cancel the 2020 edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach. Art Basel in Miami Beach was scheduled to take place from December 3 to December 6, 2020 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

‘It is with great regret and disappointment that we announce the cancellation of our December show in Miami Beach, as we know how crucial our show is for our galleries, as well as for the greater Miami arts community and economy. We thank everyone who shared their perspectives and insights with us over the past months and weeks and look forward to returning to Miami Beach next year to deliver a successful show,’ said Art Basel's Director Americas Noah Horowitz.

As the artworld continues to face momentous challenges, Art Basel remains firmly committed to supporting the global gallery community in the best way possible through its digital initiatives and by hosting its upcoming 2021 shows in Hong Kong, Basel, and Miami Beach. Two Online Viewing Rooms have been announced for the fall: ‘OVR:2020’, dedicated to artworks made during 2020 and running from September 23 to 26, and ‘OVR:20c’, which will feature works created between 1900 and 1999 and take place from October 28 to 31. These will be followed in December by further Online Viewing Rooms that will be open to all galleries accepted to the 2020 edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach. Further details will follow in the coming weeks.\


Tuesday, September 22, 2020

The Audubon Society says get out and register to vote!! Today is National Voter Registration Day

National Audubon Society
Three Sandhill Cranes in flight with wings outstretched on a blue sky background.
Don't wing it this election.
Birds can’t vote, but as one of the millions of Americans who care about them—you can. 

In addition to the presidential race, there are countless state and local elections happening nationwide this year that will have a big impact on our communities and our birds. These decision makers have an important influence on the ways that laws are written and enacted at every level of government.

Today is National Voter Registration Day, and we’re asking you to do two things: 

1. Make a Voting Plan

Different states have different rules about early voting and vote by mail, so be sure you have your ducks in a row. Here are some resources that can help:
2. “Triple Your Vote” by Asking Three Friends to Pledge to Vote for the Birds This Fall 

Once you have made your voting plan and know when and where you're going to vote, you can be a leader in your community simply by encouraging three friends to vote. Click here to get started.

The best way to guarantee a brighter future for birds and the places they need is to make sure you and three of your friends vote on or before November 3.
Triple Your Vote