Friday, April 15, 2016

Art Expo 4/14 Update

A few pics of Expo's opening day, Victor Forbes, Fine Art Magazine, Rami Rotkopf, Smart Publishing, Samir Sammoun, Sammoun Fine Art,

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Art Mumbia Grows, Art Night Thursday | Extended gallery hours till 9:30pm | Exhibition continues till 23rd April, 2016

Art Night Thursday | Extended gallery hours till 9:30pm |
Exhibition continues till 23rd April, 2016
The team at TARQ is pleased to present ‘Feedback Loop’ curated by Kanchi Mehta, with works on display by Starlyn D'SouzaMadhavi GoreP.S JalajaNirmal KulkarniVioleta LisboaRomain LoustauLavanya Mani and Atish Saha.

Each of the eight artists’ multi-disciplinary practices bring a unique perspective to the central premise of the exhibition Feedback Loop. According to curator Kanchi Mehta, a 'feedback loop' refers to a channel or a pathway formed by an ‘effect’, returning to its ‘cause’, and generating either more or less of the same effect.

Featuring works that include photography, painting, sculpture and performance, 'Feedback Loop' constructs various circuits of cause and effect, tracking the cyclical nature of a variety of forms.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016


Milan Design Week 2016


Four conceptual kitchens inspired by the elements take over the historical Rotonda della Besana delivering an experimental food concept

Image credit to Peer Lindgreen

Leading quartz manufacturer Caesarstone, in collaboration with British designer Tom Dixon, unveil new images from 'The RESTAURANT by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon, a multi-sensory creation consisting of four conceptual kitchens and dining halls inspired by the elements – Earth, Fire, Water and Air. Created using Caesarstone surfaces and designed by Tom Dixon, these are taking over the Milan Children’s Museum (MUBA) in the historical Rotonda della Besana during the 2016 design festival in Milan.

Set within the ideal backdrop of a 17th century Cloister and a deconsecrated church, the installation provides a unique interpretation of how food and surfaces can interact in an exercise of distinctive tastes, smells and visuals within each kitchen. Reflecting the individual element through colour and texture, Caesarstone's surfaces become the ultimate plateau for a creative dining experience that engages all the senses.

For this installation, a food concept curated by Italian food design studio Arabeschi explores the power of nature’s elements in a menu that combines traditional ingredients with modern techniques.  Cooking in the kitchens, the chefs are creating a multi-sensory dining experience where food is prepared and served on Tom-Dixon designed Caesarstone surfaces, combining rare, element-inspired cooking techniques with fresh and unique ingredients.


No pre-booking policy. There will be plenty of space to accommodate large groups at any time of the day.
Dining rates:
-       1 dish (you can choose from any kitchen) = 10 Euros
-       4 dishes (the whole experience) = 25 Euros
-       Visitors can pay with cash or card

Opening times: La Rotonda della Besana 
Via Enrico Besana, 12, 20122 Milano, Italy
Tuesday April 12th open 12.00 to 19.00
Wednesday April 13th - Saturday April 16th open 10.00 to 19.00
Sunday 17th April open 10.00 to 16.00 

The Anglet contemporary art international biennial unveils its program

The Anglet contemporary art international biennial
unveils its program

Teaser La littorale #6 - Anglet contemporary art international biennial

The sixth Anglet-Bask Coast contemporary art international biennial has been named La Littorale, a name chosen to anchor this cultural event geographically. This time the event’s artistic direction has been entrusted to writer and art historian, Paul Ardenne.

With La Littorale #6 the new curator wants “selected artists to question the tensions and contradictions to which shores are now subject. This are in fact places that are sought after for the gentle lifestyle they offer as much as for being physical frontiers, limits, political spaces, bringing together stakeholders often with very different interests.”
Anglet adds to these aspects the idea of an “ecological Eden, in grandiose natural surroundings”. The biennial thus restates its character as an open air exhibition, with wide open spaces for expression, where priority goes to themes linked to the complexity of the coastline: A leisure time seaside resort, a frontier contact area, a fragile rapidly evolving ecological space.

From 26th August to 2nd November 2016, La Littorale #6 offers a journey through monumental works created by artists of several different nationalities installed in emblematic locations: La Barre, the Izadia ecological park, the seafront and its green spaces as well as La Chambre d’Amour. 
Ville d'Anglet - Direction de la Culture et de l’Ouverture internationale
Villa Beatrix Enea, 2 rue Albert-le-Barillier, 64600 Anglet. Tél. : 05 59 58 35 60

"BIG ANNIVERSARY - SMALL ARTWORKS" 50 years Galerie Thomas at Art Cologne April 14 - 17, 2016

50 years Galerie Thomas at Art Cologne
April 14 - 17, 2016

This year, Art Cologne has been in existence for 50 years. From the start, Galerie Thomas was a presence at the Kölner Kunstmarkt and Art Cologne, which it developed into; indeed, Raimund Thomas was one of the art fair's founders. Thus it is a special pleasure that, this year, the Art Cologne Prize is being awarded to Raimund Thomas.

Plenty of good reasons for a very special art fair presentation: the idea is to celebrate this year’s major anniversary with small artworks. Galerie Thomas wants to provide a comprehensive overview of the artists that it has exhibited and dealt in over a period of 50 years. If it is not to grow out of proportion, of course, this can only be done with small works. The attraction lies not only in their abundance and variety, but mainly in the concentration and precision that the small format demands of artists.

The anniversary booth of Galerie Thomas at Art Cologne 2016 with works, amongst others, by Klee, Balkenhol, Belling, Heckel, Chagall, Barlach, Marc, Bühl, Berrocal, Nolde, Christian, Valdés, Zimmer, Warhol, Antes, Isenrath, Vostell and Salomé.
Especially for this occasion, we have created a miniature catalogue, in which we present a selection of the exhibited works.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at the fair! You find GALERIE THOMAS in Hall 11.1 at booth A10.

With best regards

Silke Thomas & Raimund Thomas

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Friday, April 8, 2016

Catch “The King Bees” featuring Frank Latorre, at the Art Grove, Saturday, April 9th 2016 • 6PM to 11PM

The Sixth Annual Art Groove
Opening Reception
Saturday, April 9th 2016 • 6PM to 11PM

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 9th 2016 • 6PM to 11PM  
Art Groove combines  musical, performance and visual art creating a unique, modern social experience. 
Featuring the artwork of 14 Contemporary Artists with Live Music by the King Bees, a Rhythm and Blues Rock band. Followed by “REBOOT”  a projection mapped motion graphics video  projected on the outside of Ashawagh Hall. Then a dance party featuring DJ G-Funk’s hot  mix!
Featured Artists: 
Laura Benjamin       
Barbara Bilotta         
Rosalind Brenner     
Michael Cardacino        
Nadine Daskaloff
Anahi DeCanio 
Ellen Dooley 
Ginger Hendler     
Frank Latorre         
Geralyne Lewandowski
Michael McDowell
Tom Steele
Ursula Thomas        
Charles Waller
Mark Zimmerman    

Ashawagh Hall
780 Spring Fireplace Rd. East Hampton, NY 11937



Opening Reception
May 6, from 6 - 8 PM
Open to the Public
May 7 - July 30
Tues - Sat: 10 AM - 6 PM
For more information, contact the gallery at (646) 416-6300,
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C24 Gallery | 560 W 24th St. New York, NY 10011 | 646.416.6300

Carole A. Feuerman: Hero and Leander will have its opening reception Friday, May 6 at C24 Gallery, 560 West 24 Street, New York, from 6 PM to 8 PM. The exhibition will introduce Feuerman's newest works, Dancers, and a sixteen-foot bronze sculpture called Beyond The Golden Mean.  Two dance performances will be featured at the event. A thirty-foot interactive water video made especially for the exhibition by Michelangelo Bastiani will shower the wall of the gallery.

Highlighting the exhibition is Leda and the Swan, returning from the 2015 Venice Biennale. Dressed in a 1920’s bathing suit, the resin sculpture depicts a reinterpretation of the classic Greek tale of Leda. According to the myth, Zeus seduces Leda while disguised as a swan, and Leda later bears Helen of Troy. In Feuerman’s own words, the sculpture “embraces the eroticism associated with much of Greek mythology, while telling the story of deceit and treachery.”
Another featured sculpture, DurgaMa, was inspired by the Hindu goddess Durga. The bronze figure sits in complete tranquility on a sacred lotus flower. The sculpture tells the story of birth, rebirth, and survival, a common theme present in much of Feuerman’s work. The flower’s potential to live for over a thousand years, along with Durga’s symbolism, creates a picture of the elegance and beauty of Mother Nature.
Feuerman's sculptures have a common thread that touches all of us, masking time and space. The powerful stories they tell of strength, perseverence, and balance, speak to collectors and observers alike.

Undoolay - Opening Saturday, April 30, 4pm - Sunset at he Artists Space NYC

Leading Exhibition Supporters:
The Friends of Artists Space; The 40 Years Artists Space Program Fund; Charles Asprey

Exhibition Supporters Circle:
Simone Battisti; Daniel Buchholz & Christopher Müller; Eleanor Cayre; Igor DaCosta; Lonti Ebers; Martin & Rebecca Eisenberg; Nicoletta Fiorucci (Fiorucci Art Trust, London); Günter Lorenz; Konstantinos Papageorgiou; Eleanor H. Propp; César & Mima Reyes; Rodeo; Alexander Schröder

Exhibition Contributors:
With special thanks to Helene Winer, Sylvia Kouvali and to all the lenders to the exhibition.

A companion exhibition of Lukas Duwenhögger's work will take place at Raven Row in London, June 30 through September 18, 2016.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Davie Richard gallery Dallas Art Fair, April 15-17,2016,


April 15 – 17, 2016
April 14 Preview Gala

Fashion Industry Gallery
1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Texas

Booth F12

Please contact the gallery for complimentary passes

The booth presentation will feature a selection of the gallery’s contemporary artists with a balance of sculptural objects and paintings, some figuration, but mostly abstraction. The emphasis is on the materiality and physicality of the artwork that begs engagement by the viewer either because of its tactile qualities, unusual use of supports, transformation of materials or a digital medium.

Featuring: Michele Bubacco, Chris Collins, Peter Demos, Anne Farrell, Erik Gellert, Christian Haub, Catherine Howe, Paul Huxley, Phillis Ideal, Matt King, Matthew Kluber, Matthew Penkala, Gabriel J. Shuldiner and Jack R. Slentz.

In the viewing room, we will present more historical work that focuses on Op Art, visual perception and Washington Color painters. Most of the pieces will be from the 1960s and some from the 70s and 80s, featuring iconic figures who were major contributors to the art movements and groups noted above.

Featuring: Richard Anuszkiewicz, Leon Berkowitz, Francis Celentano, Dan Christensen, Howard Daum, Thomas Downing, Francis Hewitt, Ed Mieczkowski, Rakuko Naito, Julian Stanczak and Tadasky.

Click here to go to the exhibition catalogue

Erik H Gellert. Square #5, 2014, Ceramic and mason stain, 20 x 20 x 8"
David Richard Gallery, LLC
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Tuesday - Saturday
or by appointment

SHANGRI-LOST Jesse Harris Shawn Kuruneru Jimmy Limit April 8 - May 8, 2016 Cooper Cole Gallery

Jesse Harris
Shawn Kuruneru
Jimmy Limit

April 8 - May 8, 2016





Bjorn Copeland
Georgia Dickie

March 18 - April 16, 2016

A curated project at: 

Et al etc.
1275 Minnesota St., San Francisco, USA.
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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Studio Vendome, Annina Roescheisen, April 7-May 5th

Studio Vendome, 330 Spring Street, New York, NY


Studio Vendome, 330 Spring Street, New York, NY

Spanning a five-year period of Roescheisen’s career, this monumental exhibition will feature video, photography, and sculpture: 

A Love Story (2015), comprised of one film, one sculpture, and an edition of nine photographs, Roescheisen exposes the intricacies of our emotions. She refines and enriches her palate, while maintaining her signature expression. This piece transcribes the universal quest to find harmony and discovers that love must be the key.

I Tribe You (2014) touches upon questions of identity and the perception of boundaries between the self and the other.  Conveyed in three films and seven photographs, this piece explores the archaic emotions inherent in each of us.

La Pietà (2013) is composed of five separate films inspired by the artist’s personal journey from childhood to adulthood.  Referencing Christian painting of the 14th and 15th centuries, each video flows into the next revealing a further dimension of the artist’s message.

Please RSVP at if you would like to attend. 

Media Contact: Athina Balopoulou, ART Communication +  Brand Consultancy


Two photographies and the video art of Annina Roescheisen's A Love Storyseries will be exhibited at Art Fair Lima from April 21st to April 24th, 2016 ; represented by Yam Gallery (San Miguel de Allende), Lima (Peru).        

2016 Yonkers Artists Showcase


Sundaram Tagore presents the first New York solo exhibition of work by Delhi-based Scottish artist Olivia Fraser. April 7-30, 2016

Sundaram Tagore presents the first New York solo exhibition of work by Delhi-based Scottish artist Olivia Fraser.

Inspired by the techniques and vocabulary of traditional Indian miniatures, Fraser uses mineral and plant pigments on hand-made paper cross-fertilizing and deconstructing this Eastern art tradition with forms and ideas from contemporary Western art. The thirty paintings Fraser is presenting in The Sacred Garden are rooted in her fascination with and practice of yoga and the ways in which yogic meditation involves visualizations of the garden, particularly the sahasrara or thousand-petaled lotus, which serves as a visual aid in reaching enlightenment.

Olivia Fraser’s work is included in public and private collections in Australia, France, India, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, the United Kingdom and in the Museum of Sacred Art, Septon, Belgium. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions in India, China and the United Kingdom. Her work was most recently included in Forms of Devotion: The Spiritual in Indian Art at Lalit Kala Galleries, Rabindra Bhavan, in New Delhi, and in Frontiers Reimagined, an exhibition of global art at the 56th Venice Biennale.

The artist was born in London, raised in the Highlands of Scotland and has lived and worked in India since 1989.

Click here to see the exhibition catalogue, with an introduction by Navina Haidar.
Breathe, 2015, stone pigment and Arabic gum on handmade Sanganer paper, 36 x 36 inches/91.4 x 91.4 cm
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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Lisa Sette Gallery: Claudio Dicochea: Forbidden Futures, July 5 - October 29, 2016


Claudio Dicochea at Lisa Sette Gallery
Claudio Dicochea: 
Forbidden Futures

July 5 - October 29, 2016

Opening Reception 
Saturday, September 10, 2016
7:00 - 9:00pm
Flourishing in the desert for over three decades, Lisa Sette Gallery represents the works of a diverse and expansive range of artists whose investigations in some way touch on the realities of the urban Sonoran desert. The experience of living at a cultural and geographical intersection is reflected in works from around the globe that are both conceptually fertile and thoughtfully crafted. This summer’s solo exhibit of the electrifying, philosophically-charged paintings of Claudio Dicochea: Forbidden Futures exemplifies the gallery’s intrepid commitment to challenging, compelling, and culturally pertinent artwork.

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Saturday 12 – 5
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