Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Athena Film Fest: Are You ready!!!!


2015 Awardees include Sheila Nevins, Gina Prince-Bythewood and Cathy Schulman

Festival returns to Barnard College
February 5 – February 8, 2015

New York, NY (December 9, 2014) - Barnard College’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies and Women and Hollywood announced today that the fifth annual Athena Film Festival – a celebration of women and leadership – will return to Barnard’s campus in Morningside Heights from February 5 – 8, 2015.  Celebrating and honoring extraordinary women in the film industry, the festival highlights films that showcase women’s leadership in real life and the fictional world.  With a program including screenings, master classes, and Q&A panels with filmmakers and stars, the 2015 festival is set to inspire, entertain and recognize industry leaders.  Regina K. Scully, the Phoebe Snow Foundation and the Artemis Rising Foundation are the festival’s Founding Sponsors. Festival co-chairs include: Amma Asante; Julie Parker Benello; Debra Martin Chase; Dan Cogan; Diane Levin; Jon Levin; Regina K. Scully and Rachel Weisz.

The Athena Film Festival is proud to unveil this year’s recipients of the Athena Film Festival Awards, which honor actors, directors, producers and other members of the film industry for their leadership and creative accomplishments.  This year’s awardees include Sheila Nevins, President of HBO Documentary Films, Gina Prince-Bythewood, director, writer and producer behind films such as Love & Basketball, The Secret Life of Bees and Beyond the Lights, and Cathy Schulman, Academy Award-winning producer, President of Mandalay Pictures, and President of Women in Film, known for films including Crash, The Illusionist, Darfur Now and Bernie.

The Athena Film Festival is also pleased to announce the return of the Athena List, which has been called the “gender conscious cousin” of The Black List, and highlights 3-5 completed screenplays with strong leading female characters that have yet to be made into films.  The festival will also illuminate the story and process behind some of the featured films with Q&A panels including cast members and filmmakers.  Ticket holders will have the opportunity to learn from a range of industry leaders, both behind and in front of the camera, with a curated program of master classes.  Full information on these programs will be released January 2015.

“We could not be more proud to see the festival celebrate its fifth year shining a light on women as creative, inspirational and essential pillars of the entertainment industry,” said Regina K. Scully. “As founding sponsor we are privileged to have seen the festival grow and to continue participating in what is certain to be one of the most dynamic programs to date.”

“This year’s awardees epitomize the leadership and ingenuity that women bring to the entertainment industry everyday,” said Kathryn Kolbert, co-founder of the Athena Film Festival and Constance Hess Williams Director for the Athena Center.  “We are excited for the festival to once again bring the Barnard community and campus to life with film and entertainment fans embracing all the festival has to offer.”

“We are thrilled to reveal the women we are honoring at this year’s festival, and look forward to announcing the full slate right after the new year,” said Melissa Silverstein, co-founder and Artistic Director of the Athena Film Festival and founder of Women and Hollywood. “As a festival we continue raise the visibility of accomplished women in the industry and create a four day celebration of work that highlights women's leadership in ways that are courageous and thought-provoking.”

Early bird passes for the festival are now available online.  Individual ticket sales and the announcement of the lineup will take place in early January 2015.  Please visit http://www.athenafilmfestival.com for regular updates, announcements and to purchase passes.  

Now in its fifth year, the Athena Film Festival -- a celebration of women and leadership -- is an engaging weekend of feature films, documentaries and shorts that highlight women’s leadership in real life and the fictional world. The four-day festival, which includes conversations with directors, producers and actors, as well as activities for filmmakers, will be held Feb. 5-8, 2015 in the heart of New York -- at Barnard College (117th & Broadway).


Women and Hollywood educates, advocates, and agitates for gender parity across the entertainment industry. In only seven years, it has grown to be one of the most respected sites focused on women's issues and popular culture, and its founder, Melissa Silverstein, has become a well-respected leader on the subject.  For more information, visit: http://blogs.indiewire.com/womenandhollywood/


Established at Barnard College in 2009, the Athena Center for Leadership Studies is a catalyst for the education, development and advancement of inspired and courageous women leaders worldwide. Renowned civil rights attorney, Kathryn Kolbert, is the Center’s Constance Hess Williams Director.  For more information, visit: http://athenacenter.barnard.edu/


The idea was bold for its time. Founded in 1889, Barnard was the only college in New York City, and one of the few in the nation, where women could receive the same rigorous and challenging education available to men. This year, Barnard celebrates 125 years as the premier liberal arts college for women at Columbia University and remains devoted to empowering extraordinary women to become even more exceptional. For more information, visit www.barnard.edu.



Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Monday, December 1, 2014

Kashya Hildbrand Gallery Scope Miami Beach

Scope Miami Beach
2-7 December 2014
The Scope Pavilion, 910 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

Heekyoung Jeon, Daydream (detail), 2014, acrylic on canvas, 130 x 324 cm
We warmly welcome you to SCOPE MIAMI BEACH, where we are pleased to present a selection of work by Sanggon Chung, Max Gimblett, Caroline Jane Harris, Ran Hwang, Heekyoung Jeon, Sujeong Kim, Edward Lentsch, Sama Mara & Lee Westwood and Robert Schaberl. Find us at Booth E03.

Opening Hours:
Tuesday 2 December: By invitation or Platinum VIP card only
Wednesday 3 December 11am – 8pm
Thursday 4 December 11am – 8pm
Friday 5 December 11am – 8pm
Saturday 6 December 11am – 8pm
Sunday 7 December 11am – 8pm

SCOPE Pavilion
910 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139


Alexandre Arrechea, Last Days of Champlain, 2012, stainless steel, 14 1/2 x 188 1/2 x 12 inches, MagnanMetz Gallery

Art Miami (www.art-miami.com), the city's original and longest running contemporary and modern art fair, celebrates its 25th anniversary, together with its adjacent sister fair CONTEXT(www.contextartmiami.com), presenting an array of dynamic projects and exhibitions as the anchor event of Art Week in Miami.  Established collectors, members of the press, curators, museum professionals and art world luminaries have first access to view and acquire important works during the VIP Private Preview TomorrowDecember 2, which benefits the Pérez Art Museum Miami andMiami Light Project. The event also displays a luxurious collection of the latest automotive designs from Maserati.  Both fairs open to the public Wednesday, December 3 through Sunday, December 7, during which Christie's International Real Estate hosts an interactive booth at the entrance of Art Miami, exhibiting international luxury residential real estate offerings.  With a combined exhibition space covering three city blocks and totaling 250,000 square feet, Art Miami and CONTEXT have grown to include a roster of more than 200 galleries, showcasing 1,875 artists from 60 countriesaround the globe.

Maintaining a preeminent position in America's contemporary art fair market, Art Miami annually features monumental and compelling artwork from international galleries, including modern masters and the latest in contemporary paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and prints from Europe, Asia, Latin America, India, the Middle East and the U.S.  This year, Art Miami will feature 28 new exhibitors, adding to the elite spectrum of galleries.  Now in its third year, CONTEXT will showcase 45 new exhibitors for its 2014 edition.
"We are delighted to once again present and build upon the recent successes of Art Miami and CONTEXT, two distinct fairs that have truly become part of the cultural fabric of the city and Miami Art Week," said Art Miami Director Nick Korniloff.  "The special programming, exhibitions and installations at Art Miami are world-class,and we're confident attendees will notice and enjoy each fairs' growth and progressive direction this year."

Curated exhibitions will be presented throughout the Art Miami and CONTEXT pavilions and outdoor courtyard.  Highlights of this year's special programs include:Perceived Values, Hot Spots, The Director's Project, A Piece of Me, Art from Berlin, Miami Light Project, 1AN Symposium, a collection of unique Banksy works presented by Keszler Gallery, and a special auction of the official commemorative image created for Art Miami's 25th Anniversary by cultural icon Jerry Powers.
"The exhibitions and programs at CONTEXT will be even bigger and more impressive than in previous years," said CONTEXT Director Julian Navarro.  "In addition to showcasing a solid group of international galleries, CONTEXT is unique in that it will feature a series of solo artist projects, curated spaces, unique programming, conversations and events - all aimed to immerse and entertain our attendees."
peter sarkisian
Peter Sarkisian, VideoMorphic Figure (Robot 5, Version 3), 2014, Sintered 3D print, powder coated steel and aluminum, video projection, audio, 14 x 14 x 40 inches, Modernism, Inc


Sunday, November 30, 2014

Miami Project 2014

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Miami Project 2014

Miami Project is just a few days away from welcoming visitors to Miami's Midtown Art District. Edition 3 will launch Tuesday night with ​our VIP Preview sponsored by 1stdibsoffering the public a first glimpse at the best in modern and contemporary art presented by seventy of the country's top galleries.

Miami Project is thrilled to be partnering with Catharine Clark Gallery and San Francisco based collectors and philanthropists Andy and Deborah Rappaport to present Andy Diaz Hope & Jon Bernon’s Beautification Machine. In an unprecedented act of artistic patronage, the Rappaports are supporting the presentation of this powerful and compelling installation with the direct intention of gifting the piece to the collection of a museum or public institution committed to the exhibition of socially engaged artwork. With the hope of inspiring other collectors to follow suit, Andy and Deborah Rappaport are using Miami Project as a platform for change as they evolve the traditional art fair acquisition.

Miami Project Edition 3 will feature several other exciting installations including Mel Chin’s Cabinet of Craving presented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery and Fernando Pareja and Leidy Chavez’s Opresores Oprimidos presented by THE MISSION.Deborah Butterfield is creating new sculpture, including two full­scale horses welded from found metal, to be presented in a solo exhibition of six works with Greg Kucera Gallery. Programming opportunities for fair-goers include artist talks, a musical performance​ and Friday December 5th’s Women in the Arts event ​hosted by Miami Project exhibitor Jenkins Johnson Gallery. For more information please visit miami-project.com/projects-events/

Poor Teddy MB, Leila Heller Gallery, Miami during Art Wee 2014

ART WEEK in MIAMI,  December 1 - 7, 2014

Rachel Lee Hovnanian 

Poor Teddy MB
December 1 - 8, 2014
Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach
Miami Beach, FL

For the 2014 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, Rachel Lee Hovnanian will present “Poor Teddy MB,” a site-specific installation of 300 teddy bears, presented in the lobby of the Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach.

Art Panel Discussion  
Wednesday December 3, 2014, 9:30am
Raleigh Hotel
Miami Beach, FL

Leila Heller will join Beth Rudin DeWoody and Billie Weisman for an art panel discussion as part of the DC Finance event. DC Finance will host the annual Florida Family Office & Wealth Management Conference.


Scope Miami Beach 2014



Courtesy of Rush Arts Gallery


Celebrating its 14th year of introducing galleries to the contemporary market, SCOPE returns to its location on the sands of Miami Beach with 126 International Exhibitors from 27 countries and 48 cities.

SCOPE Miami Beach opens on Tuesday, December 2, with its exclusive Platinum VIP Brunch benefiting the Mourning Family Foundation, followed by its VIP & Press First View Event, and to the general public December 3 - 7, 2014Support the Mourning Family Foundation and purchase your tickets here.

Friday, October 31, 2014



Rebuild the electronic and digital tools by Coralie Gourgechon
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial The Future Is Not What It Used To Be organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) and curated by Zoë Ryan opens to the public on 1 November. Throughout the city and in the biennial hub, Galata Greek Primary School, the biennial features 53 projects from designers all over the world that ask: “What is the future now?” as well as panels, conversations, workshops, film screenings and many other events until 14 December 2014. By rethinking the manifesto as a platform to frame pertinent questions, the projects question the role of design, its relationship to society, and its ability to be an active agent for change. The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial is co-sponsored by Arçelik, Doğuş Group & Bilgili Holding, ENKA Foundation and VitrA and it is held free of charge
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial has opened with a media conference held on Thursday, 30 October at Galata Greek Primary School with the participation of İKSV General Manager Görgün Taner, Director of Istanbul Design Biennial Deniz Ova and curator Zoë Ryan.
Zoë Ryan says, “Istanbul has a thriving creative community, so it seems an especially appropriate city in which to reflect on the field of design. In an effort to contribute to an already rich dialogue in Turkey and focus on issues urgently affecting daily life, the biennial brings together diverse design ideas from across the world for an emerging set of conditions”. Ryan also adds, “The 2014 Istanbul Design Biennial is envisioned as a conversation starter. It is an occasion to present a range of projects by some of the most inventive practitioners working today, and emphasize the critical role that design plays in identifying points of urgency and posing questions about the objects, buildings, and environments we interact with daily, as well as materializing outcomes.”
The conference was followed by the exhibition tour guided by curator Zoë Ryan and associate curator Meredith Carruthers. After the tour, The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Academy Programme Exhibitions and other events were visited at the biennial’s event space, Antrepo 7.
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial hub, Galata Greek Primary School
The exhibition at the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial hub, Galata Greek Primary School continues over all five floors of the school, an area of approximately 2,300 square metres. The projects imagine new possibilities that can transform the present and invite new potential futures. The biennial features 53 projects by more than 200 designers from more than 20 countries including Australia, China, France, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Turkey and the United States, that propose alternative manifestos in the form of objects, fashion accessories, food, menus, maps, buildings, visual languages, systems, and services.
Arranged in five departments by curator Zoë Ryan and associate curator Meredith Carruthers — Personal, Norms and Standards, Resource, Civic Relations, and Broadcast — the projects in the exhibition question the manifesto as a platform for situating ideas and pointing to new directions.
An additional project, “The Exhibition as Manifesto,” is a survey of the history of design exhibitions through the lens of thirteen historic shows. Compiled by the curators in collaboration with researcher Maggie Taft, these seminal group and thematic exhibitions dating from 1956 to 2007 were selected for their continued relevance and resonance in the design field.
In addition to the exhibition, the biennial hub at the Galata Greek Primary School hosts different events for design enthusiasts daily for six weeks: theKontraakt team's broadcast programming, which includes a weekly radio show, is held on Tuesdays and throughout the weekQ&A's and panels on Wednesdaysfilm screenings on Thursdays, and Children and Youth Programmes every day.
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Events
The Istanbul Design Biennial event space Antrepo 7 hosts the biennial’s Academy Programme as well as other exhibitions, seminars, conversations and workshops during six weeks. The biennial will spread over the city with its Design WalksHow To Do Too Kadıköy Project and film screenings. More information about the programme is available at: tasarımbienali.iksv.org
The Academy Programme featuring 72 projects organised by over 33 academic institutions from Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Europe and the United States to reveal different aspects of the biennial theme, can be viewed at university campuses and at Antrepo 7, from 1 November to 14 December. Antrepo 7, located in Salıpazarı Harbour is open to the public for the first time as the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Event space.
A digital platform has been created as a long term archive for the university projects participating in the Istanbul Design Biennial. Under the sponsorship ofPolimeks Holding, the Academy Programme Platform (tasarimbienali.iksv.org/akademiprogramialso has an awards scheme for the projects that receive the highest amount of viewer traffic on the platform.
Within the scope of the Istanbul Design Biennial, the exhibition POLSKA IN BETWEEN is organised in collaboration with Culture.pl, the flagship brand of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw, in honour of 600 years of Polish-Turkish diplomatic relations. POLSKA IN BETWEEN is an extensive presentation of contemporary Polish design, including product, graphic design, design thinking, public space, food design, design for children, as well as conceptual work. The fruits of the diverse design workshops, lectures, exhibitions, artist residencies, panel discussions and projects will be shown at Antrepo 7.
More programmes and workshops will also be held by Arçelik, Türk Tuborg A.Ş. and VitrA in Antrepo 7.
Design Walks, comprised of visits to design studios, stores, manufacturers, and noted buildings in 6 neighbourhoods and 6 thematic walks on Istanbul’s Asian and European sides to examine the textures of the city and observe traditional crafts are organised throughout the biennial.
Building on themes of dialogue and exchange in the biennial, the Talk to Us Panels & Designers in Dialogue Conversations gather together curators, critics and designers to explore new potentials for the design manifesto in the 21st Century and ask critical questions about our shared future, now. The panels and conversations are sponsored by VitrA and held free of charge. 
The Film Programme held in Galata Greek Primary School and TAK Kadıköy throughout the biennial, presents different approaches to living in the future.
How To Do Too Kadıköy is a collaborative action initiated as part of the biennial. Building on the experience and expertise of both 72 Hour Urban Action(72 HUA) and Tasarım Atölyesi Kadıköy (TAK; Design Atelier Kadiköy), an open call to designers has resulted in the creation of 5 urban furniture for 5 meeting points of Istanbul’s Kadıköy neighbourhood. The furniture will be constructed with the residents by using recycling materials on Saturday, 1 November and Sunday, 2 November. The event will be held at 9.00 in TAK Kadıköy, at 12.00 at Kadıköy pier, at 15.00 at Kadıköy Altıyol Square onSaturday 1 November; and at 9.00 in Moda Çay Bahçesi (Moda Tea Garden) and 12.00 in Moda shore on Sunday, 2 November
The images and video recordings showing the prototypes and design process will be on display in the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Exhibition in Galata Greek Primary School as of 11 November
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Youth and Children’s Workshop Programme
The Youth and Children’s Workshops titled EKO Tasarım are organised by the Informel Eğitim – çocukistanbul every day throughout the biennial at the Galata Greek Primary School. Within the scope of the workshops sponsored by Ülker, children and youngsters will deliberate on design and future in an interactive and fun environment, set out on a design excursion among the exhibited projects and combine different design strategies with their problem solving, creativity, and communication skills to create their own designs. The programme has different contents for different age groups and it is open to students under teacher supervision during the weekdays and to children and youngsters together with their parents on weekends. All workshops are held free of charge. For detailed information: cocukatolyesi@iksv.org

Also, in collaboration with SALT Interpretation, high school students will discuss the idea of design, new trends and innovations in the field. Students will attend guided biennial tours and several workshops on public space, kitchen design and ergonomics and also meet with the biennial team, as well as professional designers and architects.  

The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Visitor Information, Guided Tours and Publications

The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial hub, Galata Greek Primary School (Address: Kemeraltı Cad. No: 25 Galata, İstanbul) is open to the public every day from10.00 to 19.00 except Monday and between from 10.00 to 20.00 on Thursday
Antrepo 7 event space where the Academy Programme and other events are on display is open every day from 10.00 to 19.00, except Monday. Both venues will be open on Monday, 3 November.
The guided tours are offered at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00 and 17.00 on weekdays and at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 16.00 and 17.00 on weekends. The ticket prices for the guided tours are 15 TL (full) and 8 TL (student); for groups (20+ people) 10 TL (full) and 5 TL (student). 
Two publications are prepared for the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial. A guide and booklet including the biennial exhibition plans and the event programme, and the catalogue including the details of the exhibition projects and texts related to the theme of the biennial can be purchased at the biennial hub and İKSV Design Store. The guide and booklet can also be downloaded for free from İKSV Kitaplık application on AppStore.
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial Supporters
The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial is organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) and co-sponsored by Arçelik, Doğuş Group & Bilgili Holding, ENKA Foundation and VitrA.
The biennial’s Academy Platform Sponsor is Polimeks Holding, Panel Sponsor is VitrA, Children’s Workshop Sponsor is Ülker and Workshop Sponsor is Türk Tuborg A.Ş.
Contributing Corporations to the biennial are Amorim, ERSA, Dhoku, Adahan İstanbul Hotel, the House Hotel Collection, Silkar Madencilik, Interface TürkiyeUPM-Kymmene Kağıt Ürünleri San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti.
Contributing Institutions to the biennial are Creative Industries Fund NL, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine ArtsCalouste Gulbenkian FoundationAdam Mickiewicz Institute, Dutch Culture, centre for international cooperation, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Italian Cultural Centre,  Artis, Embassy of Mexico in Turkey, Canada Council for the Arts, Australian Embassy Turkey, French Cultural Center,Consulate General of Austria Cultural Office.
The biennial's exhibition space, catalogue, and visual identity are designed by Istanbul based SUPERPOOL and Project Projects from New York. The seating groups and special designs in the biennial hub are produced with in-kind support provided by Amorim. The promotional campaign of the biennial is prepared by Uğurcan Ataoğlu and Pemra Ataç Açıktan.
All the festivals and biennials of the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) are supported by the Leading Sponsor Eczacıbaşı Holding; theOfficial Communication Sponsor Vodafone Türkiye, the Official Carrier Sponsor DHL and the Official Hotel Sponsor Martı Istanbul Hotel.

The Istanbul Design Biennial is also supported by the Promotion Fund of the Prime Ministry, Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism,General Directorate of Copyright, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and Beyoğlu Municipality.


Art League of Long Island’s 59th Annual Members’ Exhibition on View November through January

Previous Winning Works, Members’ Exhibition 2013 Part Two - Award of Excellence Winners

Top row l to r:  "The Long View", oil by Pat Ralph; "Sea Cliff Beach", acrylic by Gia Schifano; "Laura in her Blue Sweatshirt", pastel by Marie Sheehy-Walker. 
Bottom row l to r:  "Maenad", sculpture by Anna Tsontakis-Mally; "Early Afternoon", oil on canvas by Vesna Volaric

Art League of Long Island’s 59th Annual Members’ Exhibition on View November through January

An exhibit featuring about 200 works of art created by the Art League of Long Island’s many talented members will be on display at the Art League of Long Island’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery starting November 9.

Paintings, drawings, collage, photography, print-making, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, and fiber arts, all handcrafted by student and professional artists will be shown in two parts.  Part One of Members’ Exhibition2014 exhibits November 9 through November 30 and Part Two exhibits December 17 through January 4. Artists’ receptions and awards presentations at the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery are scheduled for Sunday, January 4, 3pm - 5pm and Sunday, December 14, 3pm - 5 pm respectively.

Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions will be determined by exhibition juror Lisa Chalif, Curator of the Heckscker Museum of Art.
The Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery is open free of charge Monday through Thursday 9am – 9pm, Friday 9am – 4pm and weekends from 11am – 4pm. The Art League is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills. For more information about the Art League and an update on holiday closings visit www.artleagueli.org or call (631) 462-5400.



Following Marcus Jansen's packed show at Lazarides Gallery in London and his recent mention in Noteworthy Naples as "One of the most important American Painters of our times," His studio, Unit A, will as usual be open for a public reception during ART WALK on November 7, 2014 from 6-10pm
For visitor convenience, there is a new Art Walk trolley taking guests from First Street to the over 7000 sq ft contemporary art space. Look for the trolley stops downtown that will take you to UNIT A every month for free!
Jansen will be the sponsoring artist for the new ART WALK Membership merchandise. Debuting at the December 5th Artwalk, the collection will include an exclusive button, poster, and t-shirt with Jansen's artwork available for purchase. Jansen's studios UNIT A Studio Headquarters will have 100% of all proceeds be going to benefit Fort Myers Art Walk. More information to be posted.
As a combat veteran himself, Jansen will also have piece in the 'Art by Veterans" show also opening on November 7th benefiting the Caloosahatchee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution hosted at the Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center. The show closes November 21, 2014.
Besides Jansen's work recently being included in the U.S. Department of State, Art in Embassies Program, UNESCO in Paris France, Jansen is listed in Who's Who in American Art and is collected in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), Russia, The New Britain Museum of American Art, The Museo Nacional de Brasília , Brazil, The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Taiwan and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC. He is represented in the UK, Italy and the United States. His world exhibition tour will launch 2015 with major museum solo exhibitions in Europe, China and the United States.

Unit A
1922 Evans Ave, Unit A
Fort Myers, Florida 33901