Thursday, February 19, 2015

Scope 2015, 3/6-3/8





 
 
SCOPE New York’s open-plan design eschews the cookie-cutter art fair clamor for a decidedly thoughtful, polished presentation. Maintaining exhibition square footage and improving useable wall space, galleries will no longer be divided into small booths, but rather, flow beautifully into one another, creating curatorial narratives that encompasses the entire show.
Barbarian Art Gallery
 Rush Arts
   
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SERGEY DOZHD
The Partially Bitten Black Square, 2013
Oil on canvas
60 x 60 cm
 ALEXANDRIA SMITH
When The Bough Breaks (detail), 2014
Mixed media collage installation
60 x 90 in.
   
Nellie Castan Projects
 Untitled Projects
   
 
MARC FREEMAN
Composition #7, 2013
Mixed media on linen
170 x 140 cm
 
LUCIEN SMITH
KNOW (Portrait of the Artist as a Child), 2008
C-Print mounted on acid free foam core
41 x 41 in. (framed)
SCOPE’s flagship fair will commemorate its 15th anniversary in a new location: one block across from The Armory Show piers at Metropolitan Pavilion West. SCOPE New York’s convenient and well-appointed venue will host 60 international galleries and a focused schedule of special events, performances and talks to complement its new open-plan exhibition format.

15 years ago, SCOPE Art Show mounted its first edition and changed the landscape of the contemporary art fair industry. The first fair to run concurrent with The Armory Show, SCOPE’s spirit of innovation has consistently forged the way for emerging artists, galleries and art fairs. Attuned to nuances in the market and itself an influential force in the cultural sphere, SCOPE is again poised to usher in a new vision of the contemporary art fair.

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