Sunday, February 19, 2012

Scope New York 20 12 3/7-11



SCOPE New York 2012 March 4 - March 7

TEREZA VLČKOVÀ 
From the series A Perfect Day, Elise...,2007
Photograph by Tereza Vlčkovà
Courtesy of Aperture Foundation
  

 Schedule
DE BUCK GALLERY
 THE NOOKE
 
Schedule
SCOPE NEW YORK PAVILION
Across from The Armory Show
57th St & 12th Ave (West Side Highway)
New York, NY 10019 





  
 
  
 
RUBY ANEMIC
No Guts No Glory
2012, Sculpture, Neon, 19" x 48"
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 COLIN BEATTY & CRAIG SMITH
FireSale2012
Performance
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GOLDEN THREAD GALLERY
 STEVEN HARVEY / SHFAP
 
 
  
 
KATHERINE NOLAN
Surface Attention The Pool
2010, Performance
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 MEGHAN BRADY
Blue + Black Woodcut #1
2011, Woodcut, 41" x 36"
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DUBNER MODERNE
 GALERIE E.G.P.
 
 
  
 
THOMAS DUDAN
Entre Ciel et Terre 
2011, Mobilographie, photography
31.5" x 23.6"
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 QUENTIN ARMAND
La Lune
2009, Digital print, photography
42" x 29.7" 
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SALON VERT
 PATRAJDAS CONTEMPORARY
 
 
  
 
LUCY LIU
Totem, 2011
Bronze, 100" x 33" x 25", Edition of 8
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 KATE MACDOWELL
Daphne
Hand built porcelain, ceramics
53" x 17" x 40" 
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BURN BEFORE READING:
SCOPE FOUNDATION

 THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU
THINK: ROBERT MONTGOMERY

 
 
  
PRESENTED BY SCOPE FOUNDATION
The Center, Cinders Projects, Lilah Freedland and The ProFailure Press collaborate on Burn Before Reading, a collection of small edition and handmade books, text based artworks and Oral Tradition, accompanied by a reading and performance series.
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 PRESENTED BY SCOPE FOUNDATION
Positioned outside the SCOPE Pavilion walls and visible from the West Side Highway, Robert Montgomery's new work delves into our collective unconscious with his melancholic The City is Wilder Than You Think, 2012. This large, site-specific text work engages dialogue through the Situationist concept of detournement, which hijacks advertising space in the city, often illegally, and replaces the advertising with poetry.
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THE DIAMOND DEN:
LAINIE LOVE DALBY

 FOCUS: PUERTO RICO
SCOPE FOUNDATION

  
   
CURATED BY A.M.F. PROJECTS, NYC
Referred to as "The Lady Gaga of Consciousness & Spirituality", artist & Interfaith Minister Rev. Lainie Love Dalby, presents The Diamond Den, curated by A.M.F. Projects, NYC. Viewers are invited into a fetishistic bricolage layered with pop culture references, melodic soundscapes, bold performance and intoxicating scents, where they may release suffering, self-examine, forgive and learn to 'live your best life' -- as the Minister Lainie Love listens and connects to visitors on a raw human level.
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 PRESENTED BY SCOPE FOUNDATION
In an effort to uncover emerging trends and amplify groundswell in localized art communities around the globe, SCOPE Foundation is pleased to present Focus: Puerto Rico. A collection of five artists: Juan A Negroni, Martin Albarran, Omar Velazquez, Rogelio Baez Vega, Samuel Toro Rosa will exhibit works in varying media that engage the current socio-political climate of the art community in their native country.
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