Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Deborah Rhodes: A tool that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you | Video on

Deborah Rhodes: A tool that finds 3x more breast tumors, and why it's not available to you | Video on

Exhibiting January 15 - January 30 Art League of Long Island

Exhibiting January 15 - January 30

Clay Convergence
Inspirations from the East

Expressions of the West

Recent Works by Susan Kadish & Christopher Delloiacono

Susan Kadish and Christopher Delloiacono, both Long Island-based artists specializing
in three-dimensional representations, display their recent works at the
Art League's Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery January 15 - 30.

Kadish's works, strongly influenced by ancient Asian materials and methods to create unique clay forms and vessels, as well as an array of her figurative Buddha sculptures, are an expression of her artistically diverse abilities. Delloiacono's current body of work uses the ceramic wheel as a tool of both construction and deconstruction. His goals are to demonstrate both his intuitive abilities with the medium and convey a powerful, conceptual perspective.
The combination of both Mrs. Kadish's representationaland figurative work and Mr. Delloiacono's conceptual and abstract work exhibits the true beauty of Clay convergence.

Proceeds from the sale of Mrs. Kadish's work will be donated for scholarships for children with learning disabilities through the Art League of Long Island.
Proceeds from the sale of Mr. Delloiacono's work, especially created for this event, will be donated
to United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County.
For a look at works by Susan Kadish, visit,
for Christopher Delloiacono visit

Wellness Evolution - The Art of Being Well

Wellness Evolution - The Art of Being Well The Art of Being Well - Wellness Evolution. 7 Intimate Workshops in an Environment of Love. Saturday, February 12, 2011. 10 am to 4 pm 6353 Greene Street, 19144 267-971-9066

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Unions, and Guilds, and Locals, Oh, my! An evening with… IATSE
Event: Wednesday Jan. 12, 2011

Film and television workers represent a highly specialized labor force with unique skills that are hard to place a value on. Among the unions these workers rely on is The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, to bargain with production companies  for minimum wage scales, pension funds, fringe benefits and, as the new media landscape evolves, fair compensation for online content.   
Membership participation and democracy are the cornerstones of the IATSE, advanced by a union structure that enables members to have a direct voice in their working lives. The membership — involved in every phase of a production —  is the driving force behind the effort to obtain the wages, benefits and working conditions they need for themselves and their families. Come hear exactly how the IATSE can support your career. 

Dan Mahoney is Assistant Division Director of Motion Picture and Television Production of the United States and Canada for the IATSE and Chairperson of the East Coast Council of the Local Unions of the IATSE. His responsibilities include the negotiation, administration and facilitation of IATSE Motion Picture, Television and Commercial Production agreements in the US and Canada. Mahoney has been involved in the New York production industry since 1974 – working as a Key Grip until 1996 on such productions as Once Upon a Time in America, Ransom, Devil’s Advocate  and many others.  In 1997, he became the Business Representative of Motion Picture Studio Mechanics Local 52 IATSE in New York. 

Samantha Dulaney (pictured above) was appointed in February, 2008, as the first In-House Counsel in the General Office of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada. Dulaney’s  job at the I.A.T.S.E. involves locals that represent workers in every facet of motion picture, television, broadcast and live entertainment industries. She assists in negotiating contracts with some of America’s largest entertainment industry employers and provides assistance to Union representatives on behalf of 38 local unions.

Moderator and NYWIFT President Alexandra Levi launched her first consulting practice when she was 21, developing financial and tax strategies for individuals and small businesses in entertainment and media. Eight years later, she became CFO of a modeling agency headquartered in New York. She developed the company's commercial, television and film divisions, negotiating some of the largest contracts in the industry. In 1999, she became vice president of entertainment at a communications firm, producing content for film and television, and heading licensing, branding and distribution programs. After six years, she returned to her own practice, helping individuals and businesses grow their businesses, plus create and preserve wealth.  

Produced by Iri Greco

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts

Jan. 11, 2011 

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Art Paris Grand Palais 3/31-4/3

J a n u a r y E x h i b i t A n n o u n c e m e n t s f r o m A l l a n G o r m a n

J a n u a r y   E x h i b i t   A n n o u n c e m e n t s   f r o m   A l l a n   G o r m a n
Hi, and Happy New Year to you.

My resolution is to keep on painting and showing new work, and to that end,
here are a few announcements about some upcomng exhibits
this January and February, that you'd might like to attend...

On Old 17

On Old 17   © 2010 Allan Gorman   Oil on Linen   24 in x 36 in

32nd Juried Exhibition at the Monmouth Museum

Judged by Marion Grzesiak, Executive Director of the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey

J a n  1 5,  2 0 1 1  -  F e b  2 7,  2 0 1 1

Please join us at an artist's reception on January 15, 4-6 pm

Visit for directions


Art Connections 7 at Montclair State Univeristy

at the prestigious Geroge Segal Gallery

J a n  1 8,  2 0 1 1  -  F e b  1 9,  2 0 1 1

There will be an opening reception on January 23 from 2-5 pm
(with a exclusive tour and collector's preview at 1 pm)
Visit for directions.
The gallery is located on the 4th level of the Red Hawk parking deck.


Artists Invite Artists - Longyear Gallery - Margaretville, NY

an invitational exhibit

J a n  1 3,  2 0 1 1  -  F e b  2 7,  2 0 1 1

An artist's reception will be held on January 15, 3-6 pm
The Longyear Gallery    Upstairs at the Commons
785 Main Street     Margaretville, NY 12455    845 586 3270


Upcoming is a solo exhibit of all new work in NYC this May,
a major invitational show in the Fall, and another big solo show in
Jan 2012 -- details to follow soon.

Also, please cast your vote for me in the Artists Wanted competition,
and tell all your friends too. Go now to visit my portfolio at:

Thanks for your support, and I hope you can make it to one of these events.  

-- Allan --

Lisa Oppenheim The Sun is Always Setting Somewhere Else

Lisa Oppenheim
The Sun is Always Setting Somewhere Else
35mm slide projection, 15 slides, repeated 5 times
Courtesy the artist and Harris Lieberman, New York



Rooster Gallery Contemporary Art announces celebrated artist Judit Reigl’s “New Works on Paper,” opening on Thursday, January 13, 2011. This upcoming exhibition of the doyenne of writing-painting features works done specifically for Rooster’s space, and complements Ubu Gallery’s current exhibition of Reigl’s graphic works and paintings.

Judit Reigl (born 1923) fled Hungary in 1950 and has been working since then in Paris, where she was first championed by André Breton. Her initial surrealist aesthetic was soon replaced by an abstract style consonant with the New York School.

 The works being shown at Rooster Gallery represent Reigl’s return, after several decades of 
different approaches and perceptions, to gestural painting.

Reigl’s work is currently on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In addition, Reigl’s works are held by Tate Modern, London; the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo. Rooster Gallery is proud to present these new site-specific works.

For additional information please visit our website:

Sponsored by Esporão Wines

Another New Year Wish / Ramesh Terdal

i wish u  
prosperous & 

Happy New Year 2011

fr Ramesh Terdal artist
bangalore + 09686271850
new delhi  + 9911950102

A new years wish from Hemraj (1112×628)


LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2011 - Online video sharing site Vimeo(R), an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], today announced that it has increased the size of a single file that a Vimeo Plus member can upload from 2GB to 5GB.
As one of the only video sharing websites without limits on video length, this increased file size option gives Vimeo Plus members the ability to upload long-form content without compromising quality through heavy file compression. On average, 5GB is enough space for roughly 2.5 hours of HD video. Creators can now share their feature films, full-length documentaries, or a whole Little League game in HD.
"Since we launched our Vimeo Plus service two years ago, we have continually added to and rounded out its offerings," said Dae Mellencamp, Vimeo's General Manager. "We continually strive to provide our subscriber base with the best and most robust features available."

Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, George Condo and Damien Hirst.

Phillips de Pury & Company is pleased to announce a  

On view through 12 February 2011
Monday – Saturday 10am-6pm
This unique selling exhibition highlights 20 works from iconic artists such as Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, George Condo and Damien Hirst.

Sales & Enquiries  

Philae Knight
    +1 212 940

Phillips de Pury & Company
450 Park Avenue  New York
Study for a Portrait, 1978 (detail)

Techtonic Shift- Contemporary Art from Chile