Thursday, May 18, 2017

Ketcham Inn Foundation in The Jamie Forbes Gallery, SunStorm Arts us June 3rd 4-6 4-6PM


Hi All Join us June 3rd 4-6  at Ketcham Inn Foundation in The Jamie Forbes Gallery, SunStorm Arts

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Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will host acclaimed New York City-based painter Aliza Nisenbaum as its artist-in-residenceMay 24–August 25, 2017.

Aliza Nisenbaum To Create Large-Scale Works During Three-Month Residency at the Minneapolis Institute of Art
Residency Will Culminate in Nisenbaum’s First Solo Museum Exhibition This Fall


“MOIA’s NYC Woman’s Cabinet” 2016. Aliza Nisenbaum. Oil on linen, 85 x 68 inches.

This summer, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will host acclaimed New York City-based painter Aliza Nisenbaum as its artist-in-residence. Nisenbaum, whose work probes the politics of representation by bringing often-marginalized immigrant communities to the fore in life-sized portraits, will live and work in Minneapolis May 24–August 25, 2017. During her residency, she will invite members of local communities—including the city’s Phillips and Whittier neighborhoods, which have large, diverse immigrant populations—to her portrait studio adjacent to the museum. Nisenbaum will create three large-scale group portraits to be displayed in Mia’s galleries this fall; it will be the artist’s first solo museum exhibition.

Born in Mexico City, and currently an assistant professor at Columbia University School of the Arts, Aliza Nisenbaum has dedicated her practice to creating intimate, vividly colored oil-on-canvas portraits of undocumented immigrants in the New York City area. Through her artistic process, Nisenbaum seeks to transform the traditional artist-sitter relationship; her lengthy portrait sessions allow her to deeply engage with the people and communities she paints to explore the ethical experiences of exchange, engage in new means for human connection, and shed light on immigrant groups too often left in the shadows.

“Minneapolis is a city brimming with an incredible wealth of cultures and communities,” said Nisenbaum. “I’m thrilled to partner with Mia to discover this diverse place, and to get to know the individuals, families, and groups that make it so. Face-to-face interactions and relationships are at the core of my practice, and I look forward to creating work that brings different people into solidarity with each other. It’s more than the issue of immigration; it’s about healing, attention to one another, care, and giving a voice to those who need it.”

Nisenbaum’s portrait studio will be housed in a brownstone provided by Mia. The dedicated time and space will enable the artist to investigate the social and civic relationships that exist between the less visible populations around the museum and the institution itself. Mia will document Nisenbaum’s process through photographs and video, which will be presented alongside the finished works in the upcoming exhibition. Additional details about the exhibition will be announced in the coming months.

“At Mia, we are committed to celebrating and strengthening the many communities that make up our audiences, and continually expanding and deepening our relationships with those around us,” said Gabriel Ritter, Mia’s curator of contemporary art. “Aliza’s artistic practice aims to empower those who are underrepresented or traditionally underserved by cultural institutions such as ours through painting. Her residency and subsequent exhibition seek to build meaningful relationships between artist and sitter, as well as Mia and its neighbors, to address these gaps and work toward a more honest representation of the neighboring Phillips and Whittier communities.”

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The Ex Taxidermists: Jackson Pollock inspired art and twisted imagination by Damien Hirst Tokyo International Art Fair


CAN ANY ONE EXPLAIN T ME THE REDEMPTIVE BEAUTY, INTELLECTUAL DIALOGUE OR THE SIGHEST IMPORTANCE OF DAMIAN HIRST Work? 

I WOULD LOVE TO BE ENLIGHTENED!!!!.     

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Jackson Pollock inspired art and twisted imagination by Damien Hirst at the third edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair


HIKARIE HALL 26 & 27 MAY 2017
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"It's amazing what you can do with an E in A-Level art, a twisted imagination and a chainsaw." Damien Hirst a successful and controversial artist, born in England. His works, which include dead animal displays and spin-art paintings, have sold for exceptionally high prices.  Some of his work will be on show, a true must-see at the third edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair 26-27 May 2017 at Hikarie Hall, Shibuya
 
グローバルアートエージェンシー(The GAA Ltd.)が主催する「TOKYO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR」が、2017年5月26日(金)27日(土)渋谷ヒカリエにて開催されます。 東京では第3回目となる本フェアは、言語や文化を越えアートを通じて国際交流をするための祭典として、世界40カ国以上から150名を越える参加アーティストが、一つの至極の空間の下で様々な素材や技法を用いた現代アートを紹介します。東京に集約された世界各国のアーティスト作品は、直接その場で購入することができます。 
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Phillips 20th Century & Contemporary Art Sale

Friday, May 12, 2017

NADER Contemporary Thursday, May 11th from 6pm to 9pm

Gary Nader is pleased to announce NADER Contemporary featuring the work of important international contemporary artists. The exhibit will open on Thursday, May 11th from 6pm to 9pm to commemorate the new Contemporary Department at Gary Nader Art Centre, 62 NE 27th Street, Wynwood Arts District, Miami.    The exhibition features important artworks of international art from 1945 to the present; a comprehensive compendium of selected works from the gallery’s vast inventory encompassing paintings, sculpture, and photographs. In recent years, the gallery has acquired several pieces to expand its collection, including the work of younger generations of artists, to provide a more comprehensive, global view of art produced in the second half of the 20th century and later.
The exhibit will feature works by:
Abu Naba‘a, Soraya (USA, b.1985)
Amaro, Marcos (Brazil, b.1984)
Chia, Sandro (Italy, b.1946)
Cruz Diez, Carlos (Venezuela, b.1923)
De Staebler, Stephen (USA 1933-2011)
Goldin, Nan (USA, b.1953)
Goldfarb, Walter (Brazil, b.1964)
Gursky, Andreas (Germany, b.1962)
Hendren, David (USA, b.1978)
Hirst, Damien (UK, b.1965)
Hoberman, Nicky (South Africa, b.1967)
Hudson, Richard (UK, b.1954)
Indiana, Robert (USA, b.1928)
Kippenberger, Martin (Germany, 1953-1997)
Lichtenstein, Roy (USA, 1923-1997)
Nara, Yoshitomo (Japan, b.1957) & Sugito, Hiroshi (Japan, b.1970)
OSGEMEOS (Brazil, b.1974)
Reyle, Anselm (Germany, b.1970)
Ruby, Sterling (USA, b.1945)
Ruff, Thomas (Germany, b.1958)
Schlick, Jörg (Austria, 1951-2005)
Soto, Jesus Rafael (Venezuela, 1923-2005)
Steinmeyer, Christoph (Germany, b.1967)
Stella, Frank (USA, b.1936)
Vari, Sophia (Greek, b.1940)
Vasarely, Victor (Hungary-France, 1906-1997)
Venet, Bernar (France, b.1941)
Weiss, David (Swiss, 1946-2012) & Fischli, Peter (Swiss, 1952)

Click here for the e-catalogue

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Call to Artists: Hunting Arts Council


CALL TO ARTISTS!!!
Huntington Arts Council presents 
Two Upcoming Juried Competitions 

"Portrait of an Artist" with Juror Dan Christoffel 
JUROR: Dan Christoffel is a national and international exhibiting artist.  Teaching both undergraduate and graduate arts classes at LIU Post.  A guest lecturer at Metropolitan Museum of Art and past president of the Long Island Art Teachers Association.
  • ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists including full time students. 
  • MEDIUM: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel, Graphite, Charcoal and Sculpture. (no photography) 
  • Deadline for entry: June 12, 2017 by midnight 
  • Exhibition will run July 21 - August 12, 2017 
  • Reception is July 21, 2017 from 6 - 8PM
"Absolutely Abstract" with Juror Maxine Jurow
JUROR: Maxine Jurow has worked in the language of abstraction throughout her artistic career. She has traveled widely, bringing impressions and inspirations from as far away as Australia and as nearby as Long Island Sound to her colorscape paintings and pastels. Maxine sees abstraction as an imaginative process, rooted in observation, tied by the thinnest thread to objective reality. Maxine holds a BFA and MFA from Long Island University. 

  • ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists including full time students. 
  • MEDIUM: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel, Graphite, Charcoal and Sculpture. (no photography)
  • Deadline for entry: July 10, 2017 by midnight.
  • Exhibition will run August 18 - September 9, 2017.
  • Reception is Friday, August 18, 2017 from 6-8PM.

About Huntington Arts Council
Now celebrating its 54th Anniversary, the Huntington Arts Council is a legitimate 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which enriches the quality of life of Long Islanders with programs and services that address the needs and interests of artists, cultural organizations and the community. The Council's programs reach over one million Long Island residents, and it serves the entire region with its cultural listings at www.huntingtonarts.org. The Huntington Arts Council has been designated a "Primary Institution" by the New York State Council on the Arts, a title meaning "vital to the cultural life of New York State." The Council is the official arts coordinating agency for the Town of Huntington, and serves as the primary regranting agency on Long Island for the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), in addition to its services to over 600 member cultural organizations and individual artist members. Programs are made possible in part by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, the Town of Huntington, the Suffolk County Department of Cultural Affairs, the County of Suffolk, corporations, foundations and individuals.
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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Art League of Long Island: A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary Submitt your work by 6/13/2017













A Quotidian Life:  Finding Beauty in the Ordinary

July 15 - August 5, 2017
Deadline: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Juror: Franklin Hill Perrell
Awards for Best Realism & Best Abstract

In this juried exhibition, the Art League asks the artist to submit two- or three-dimensional works addressing beauty in the ordinary or commonplace. This may be found in the quality of light or color, the surprise of a repeated form, or a glance between two people. Where do you find beauty? These works may be realistic or abstract. All mediums will be considered, with the exception of photography or video.  
Open to artists residing in Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn, and Queens.

 
Submit Online Application →
            
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Foley Gallery Subtext II: Meditations, by Wyatt GalleryMay 17th

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Wyatt Gallery
Subtext II: Meditations 

May 17th - June 25th 2017
Reception: May 17th 6-8pm
 

Foley Gallery is pleased to present Subtext II: Meditations, a solo exhibition featuring works by Wyatt Gallery. This will be the artist's second solo exhibition with the gallery.

Meditations move the Subtext series towards a closer connection with the artist's spiritual practice of meditation by identifying opportunities for an urban-mindfulness experience. The photographs in this series are sourced from found advertising spaces throughout the New York City subway system. Years of glue, paper, scraping, painting, gluing...repeat, have left clues of the palimpsests that have been recorded for years if not decades.

Gallery transforms these evolving abstractions into UV cured photographic plates, that reference the period of black paintings by Robert Rauschenberg in the 1950's or the French décollage art of the 1960's Nouveau Réalisme movement. The viewer is presented with a scene that may have only been visible for hours, maybe days - until the next advertisement is placed on top, transforming the space yet again. By leaving the walls as found, un-manipulated and uncropped, Subtext challenges the ability to let go of control and accept what is, while reminding the viewer that all is perfect in its imperfection and our inner scars create our true beauty.

Meditations continue the dialogue of the original Subtext series by getting further in tune with Gallery's personal spiritual practice. Gazing into these spaces, Gallery finds reverence and tranquility. Wyatt uses photography to examine a sense of spirituality and resiliency found within spaces of emptiness, destruction, and loss. For a moment, we may find quiet contemplation and transcendence in a context where Subtext becomes more powerful than the rush around us.

 
Gallery received his BFA in photography at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 1997. Currently the executive director of For Freedoms, he is the recipient of numerous honors and awards such as the Fulbright Fellowship, PDN 30, and ICP's Infinity Award. His photographs have been exhibited throughout the world and are in major private and public collections including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the George Eastman House, the New Orleans Museum of Art, Twitter, and American Express.
 
Subtext II: Meditations will remain on view through June 25th, 2017. Foley Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday11 - 6pmSunday 12:30 - 6pm. To request images; please contact the gallery at 212.244. 9081 or info@foleygallery.com.
 
 
 
 
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