Thursday, December 29, 2016
Friday, December 23, 2016
Happy Holiday from All of us At Fine At Magazine,
I am sharing with you all of the wonderful Christmas and Holiday Greetings from my emails. We get mail and notices all year long from wonderful and creative people, companies and artists. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to share your work. OX to all Jamie
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Art Hamptons | Happy Holidays from Urban Expositions
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! LOOKING FORWARD TO 2017 Camron PR
Pablo Picasso, Le Saltimbanque au repos, 1905 (probably Spring/Summer). Drypoint printed on Arches laid paper with Arches watermark. From the Suite des Saltimbanques (Plate X). One of a few impressions printed before steelfacing. Signed by the artist in pencil, lower right. Printed by Delâtre, 1905. Image: 4 3/4 x 3 3/8 inches. Sheet: 12 1/4 x 8 3/8 inches. Framed: 15 1/8 x 14 1/8 inches. (Bloch 10) (Baer 12.a)
Here's looking forward to a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2017...
Thursday, December 22, 2016
Holiday Cheer for the 2016, Wishing all of my Blogger, FaceBook Buddies, Twitter flowers the very best. OX Jamie
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
The Principle Gallery, Tablinum Cultural Management and William Holman Gallery Wishing Fine Art Happy Holidays, I am sharing with you
Monday, December 19, 2016
Saturday, December 17, 2016
INAUGURAL PALM BEACH MODERN + CONTEMPORARY FAIR KICKS OFF 2017 SEASON
(West Palm Beach, FL – )
Chul Hyun Ahn, Two Squares, 2016 ** Chamberlain, Softenedbysnow, 2007 ** Keith Haring, Untitled, 1984
The Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair, presented by Art Miami and sponsored by the City of West Palm Beach will make its debut in West Palm Beach City’s Tent Site (825 S Dixie Hwy & Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach) on with an exclusive VIP Preview sponsored by Christie’s International Real Estate benefitting The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society.
Collectors, art connoisseurs and art world luminaries alike will have the opportunity to acquire investment quality Blue Chip contemporary, Post-War works from 50 top international galleries over the four days. These premier galleries will come to the prestigious county of Palm Beach and the City or West Palm Beach from as far as Japan, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, The Netherlands, Portugal, and Venezuela. Participating galleries have previously been featured in numerous prominent international fairs including TEFAF in Maastricht and New York, The Armory Show, Masterpiece London, Art Miami, Expo Chicago and many others.
The Fair, which will curate and offer the best works from the 20th and 21st centuries by nearly 1,000 artists, will take place in the intimate and modern setting of a 65,000 square foot clear span pavilion centrally located between City Place and the luxurious Hilton West Palm Beach.
Additionally, Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary has also partnered with the historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, which will serve as a satellite venue and exclusive cultural partner for the fair, and celebrate the Fair with a special exhibit of artist Sophie Ryder’s monumental and small-scale works, which will extend through April 2017, courtesy of Waterhouse & Dodd.
The fair will kick-off with an event entitled, Spotlight Luncheon in 2017: Evolution of an Artist presented by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach at theKravis Center's Cohen Pavilion, where life-long creative Bernie Taupin will discuss his career and evolution as an artist. A special selection of Mr. Taupin’s works will be on exhibit and for sale at the luncheon with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Cultural Council and the Perry J. Cohen Foundation. For ticket information, please visit: http://bit.ly/2hragiF
Also at the fair, Visual and Recording Artist ABH (Al Baseer Holly) brings his successful “Childhood Access Memories Exhibition” to Benefit the Perry J. Cohen Foundation (PJCF). ABH’s work has been quietly collected by those in the know. The art work on display will be highly sought after tosupport a great cause and the PJCF will use the proceeds from sales to help fund the “Perry J. Cohen Wetlands Laboratory at Jupiter Community High School.” www.pjcf.org
Tickets: $25 one-day pass. $55 multi-day pass. Students 12-18 & Seniors 62+ $18. VIP Preview Benefit: $150.
· Hours: Opening Night VIP Preview Thursday, January 12th: .
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Tuesday, December 13, 2016
EMILY DICKINSON IN LIFE AND POETRY IS THE SUBJECT OF A MAJOR EXHIBITION AT THE MORGAN LIBRARY & MUSEUM
EMILY DICKINSON IN LIFE AND POETRY IS
THE SUBJECT OF A MAJOR EXHIBITION
AT THE MORGAN LIBRARY & MUSEUM
I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson
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New York, NY, — One of the most popular and enigmatic American writers of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) wrote almost 1,800 poems. Nevertheless, her work was essentially unknown to contemporary readers since only a handful of poems were published during her lifetime and a vast trove of her manuscripts was not discovered until after her death in 1886.
Often typecast as a recluse who rarely left her Amherst home, Dickinson was, in fact, socially active as a young woman and maintained a broad network of friends and correspondents even as she grew older and retreated into seclusion. Bringing together nearly one hundred rarely seen items, including manuscripts and letters, I’m Nobody: Who are you?—a title taken from her popular poem—is the most ambitious exhibition on Dickinson to date. It explores a side of her life that is seldom acknowledged: one filled with rich friendships and long-lasting relationships with mentors and editors.
The exhibition closely examines twenty-four poems in various draft states, with corresponding audio stops. In addition to her writings, the show also features an array of visual material, including hand-cut silhouettes, photographs and daguerreotypes, contemporary illustrations, and other items that speak to the rich intellectual and cultural environment in which Dickinson lived and worked. The exhibition is organized in conjunction with Amherst College.
“Emily Dickinson’s work—and life—remain endlessly compelling to literary scholars and to the larger artistic community,” said Colin B. Bailey, director of the Morgan Library & Museum. “With its experimental poetics and vivid language, her verse continues to be a source of critical inquiry, while her quiet, unassuming years in Amherst are celebrated in music, theatre, and the cinema. The Morgan’s exhibition explores a less well-known aspect of her life—her personal and professional friendships—that will surely delight and surprise exhibition-goers.”
The only authenticated image of Emily Dickinson, Daguerreotype, ca. 1847. The Emily Dickinson Collection, Amherst College Archives & Special Collections. Gift of Millicent Todd Bingham, 1956, 1956.002.
CHIFLÓN, EL SILENCIO DEL CARBÓN
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago presents the North American premiere of Silencio Blanco's dramatic production of Chiflón, El Silencio del Carbón (Chiflón, Silence of the Coal), based in part on the writings by distinguished Chilean author Baldomero Lillo. Devised over two years during trips to the mining town of Lota in Chile, Chiflón confronts the intertwined histories of mining and the labor class. The performance follows a young miner, forced to leave his home after a coal mine collapses. His only chance to keep working is to head to the area of Chiflón de Diablo, known as one of the most dangerous places a miner can work in Chile. Chiflón features hand-constructed marionettes, and is performed with a minimal sonic score and no dialogue so as to connect with audiences through a common theatrical language without cultural, age, or social barriers. Silencio Blanco's Chiflón, El Silencio del Carbón takes placeat MCA Stage, and opens the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival.
Based in Santiago, Chile, the artists from Silencio Blanco are known for their handmade puppets, modeled using newspaper. In the montage, human sensations are represented through everyday situations and familiar gestural movements, telling a universal story of humanity in the face of adversity. Bunraku and marionette puppeteers create a powerful illusion that their puppets are human characters.
The company was formed in 2010 by media artists Santiago Tobar and Dominga Gutiérrez, who met while students at the legendary Theater School of the University of Chile. The current group is made up of seven puppet artists and sound artist-composer Ricardo Pacheco. They work collaboratively and to date have created three full-length works, De Papel, Pescador, andChiflón, employing puppets and more recently, film. Tobar serves as artistic director and head puppet maker. Prior to forming Silencio Blanco with Gutiérrez, Tobar was master puppeteer with Compañía Teatro Milagros, collaborating with artistic director-designer Aline Kuppenheim in the company's award-winning multimedia works El Capote and Sobre la Cuerda Floja (Over the Tightrope).