Friday, June 30, 2017

Looks like fun if your in the South of France: Art Pampelonne will present 30 elite galleries, showcasing the most notable artists in the contemporary field


29 JUNE - 02 JULY
RAMATUELLE, FRANCE: The first art fair of its kind in presqu'île de Saint-Tropez, Art Pampelonne will present 30 elite galleries, showcasing the most notable artists in the contemporary field.

Art Pampelonne will open with its Vernissage (for VIPs + Press) on 29 June, 12pm - 2pm, followed by its Public Opening 2pm - 9pm. Art Pampelonne will then be open daily 12pm - 9pm, 30 June - 1 July, and 12pm - 8pm on 2 July.

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Thurs | 29 June | 12pm - 2pm
Thurs | 29 June | 2pm - 9pm
Fri | 30 June | 12pm - 9pm
Sat | 01 July  | 12pm - 9pm
Sun | 02 July | 12pm - 8pm
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Accola Greffin Fine Art PERMUTATIONS : A Collaboration ANNA BOOTHE and NANCY COHEN The Philadelphia Art Alliance June 1– August 20, 2017

PERMUTATIONS : A Collaboration 

The Philadelphia Art Alliance 
June 1– August 20, 2017

The large scale glass installation, Between Seeing & Knowingoriginally installed with Accola Griefen in New York in 2013 is now on view at The Philadelphia Art Alliance as part of the Permutations exhibition.
Between Seeing and Knowing, 2012-2017, glass, dimensions variable, at the Philadelphia Art Alliance

From the Philadelphia Art Alliance Press release:

Since 2012, Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen have collaborated on an evolving project entitled "Between Seeing and Knowing". This extensive piece, comprised of hundreds of glass objects, takes as a starting point the artists' long standing interest in Tibetan Buddhist paintings and the integration of their otherwise very separate studio practices. The installation reinterprets the symbolism in these Buddhist paintings to create a work that reflects the organizational structure and palette of the paintings, as well as the sense of expansiveness that is characteristic of Buddhist ideology.

The works featured in this exhibition use a variety of techniques, such as kiln-casting, slumping, fusing, blowing, hot-sculpting and sand-casting. The comprehensive understanding of these processes, each selected to achieve a specific result for every single element, is the result of working in the medium of glass for both artists: Boothe for over 35 years and Cohen for more than 20. For this exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Boothe and Cohen have enlarged the original project in response to the architectural details and natural light in the first floor galleries of PAA's Wetherill mansion. Once a historic home, the galleries have retained much of their original features as a sitting room, parlor and library.


Permutations: Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen at the Philadelphia Art Alliance

Philadelphia Museum of Art Exhibitions for the family

Philadelphia Museum of Art
“Why Wildlife Photography Matters in a Post-Truth Era” – TIME
Wild: Michael Nichols
Through September 17
Explore the work of legendary photographer Michael Nichols, artist, technical innovator, and ardent advocate for preserving natural habitats. Be transported through the split-second magic of images captured in some of the most remote areas of the world. Nichols’s stunning photographs offer intense confrontations with the power and fragility of the wild and a reflection of our own humanity.
A Summer of Creative Play for the Whole Family
Art Splash Gets Wild
Through September 4
Find your inner animal at the Museum. Journey through the wild at Art Splash, where kids and their grown-ups can experience daily gallery explorations, studio art creations, and imaginative play inspired by the wildlife photographs of Michael Nichols.
Special Guest Lecture
Jane Goodall
September 16, 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Join the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees as she reflects on her work advocating for animal welfare and conservation.

Please note:
• We will be open Monday, July 3, and admission will be Pay What You Wish. The Museum will be closedTuesday, July 4.
• Granite Hill restaurant and the Cafeteria are currently closed.
Enjoy a casual grab-and-go lunch in our temporary Museum Café (members save 10%) or, for more dining options in the area, ask at any Visitor Services desk when you visit. Learn more about our exciting plans for the future, including new dining spaces.

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Philadelphia, PA 19101

Thursday, June 29, 2017

David Richard Gallery works by Colin Cochran July 1- 29th


Featuring New Paintings from the studio
along side recent and earlier works, many of feathered friends 

Colin Cochran
Karmadillo, 2017
Mixed media with oil on garnet sandpaper.
Framed 9" x 11"

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Colin Cochran
San Antonio Chapel, 2017
Mixed media with oil on glazed ceramic tile.
Framed 8" x 8"

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Colin Cochran
Mesa Land, 2016
Mixed media with oil on gessoed paper.
Framed 12.25" x 16.25"

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Colin Cochran
Consorting Seabirds, 2013
Mixed media with oil on archival paper.
Framed 14" x 11"

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Colin Cochran
Two Doves, 2013
Mixed media with oil on board.
Framed 9.5" x 18.5"

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July 1 - July 29, 2017
Artist Reception: Saturday, July 1, 5:00 - 7:00 pm

David Richard Gallery, LLC • 1570 Pacheco Street, A1, Santa Fe, NM 87505 • p (505) 983-9555
Blog - Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment

Fun Exhibition: Remains of the Day July6th- August 5th

PREVIEW: Thursday, 6th July | 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm

Exhibition continues till 5th August 

Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6.30 pm | Closed on Sundays & Mondays

TARQ is delighted to present Remains of the Day -an exhibition  of photographs by artist Shahid Datatwala. This exhibition is Datawala's first with TARQ and its preview will be hosted in conjunction with the launch of Verve's July Art Issue.

The two series that make up the exhibition - "Half Naked Nude" and "Unstill Life" - come together in their common theme of an exploration of the uncanny in everyday objects. They are influenced by Datawala's wider practice that branches into the realms of design and fashion photography. His unique eye for seeking out the extraordinary amidst the banal is evident in these bodies of work. 

TARQ will also be hosting a walk-through with the artist on Saturday, 8th July, at 4.30 pm.


Shahid Datawala's practice is an amalgamation of his many lives as a lens based artist, fashion photographer and designer. He has photographed extensively for various prestigious publications while also exhibiting extensively in India and abroad.

Some exhibitions of note are: India: Public Places, Private Spaces curated by Gayatri Sinha and Paul Sternberger, The Newark Museum, New Jersey, 2007 and Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, 2008; Caturdayis Cleaning Day, curated by Gitanjali Dang, The Loft, 2009; Where Three Dreams Cross, curated by Sunil Gupta and Radhika Singh, White Chapel Gallery, London, 2010; Where the city rests, Matthieu Foss Gallery, Mumbai, 2010 (as part of FOCUS festival); Shadow Boxing, Tasveer in Bangalore, Calcutta and New Delhi, 2008-2009.

He is currently working on a number of photography projects that draw up his diverse practice as a designer, photographer and artist.

Datawala lives and works in Mumbai.
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