Friday, May 10, 2019

In Sag Harbor? See the Photos from the Pierson High School students on display Sat. May 11th 204 PM

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Our Town 2019 announcement
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A Juried Exhibition of Photography by Pierson High School Students

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 11th, 2:00 - 4:00pm

A juried exhibition of photography by Pierson High School students with award ceremony for best in show and a performance by the East End Youth Quartet.
The exhibition is funded by the Cygnet Foundation with additional support by The Donald Reutershan Educational Trust.
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May 17, 2019 - June 16, 2019

Parrish Road Show featuring the work of Candace Hill Montgomery

Now in its eighth year, the Parrish Road Show is the Museum’s annual creative off-site cultural engagement program. Every year, East End artists are invited to create new work for temporary projects and engage residents in their process. In an effort to deeply connect art and creativity to everyday life, the exhibitions take place at public sites across the region—cultural and historical organizations, public parks and highways, and community centers—and the artists offer public talks and artmaking workshops for children and adults.
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Want to go to Amsterdam this summer? Catch the A'Dam int'l Art Fair. Looks like fun.

Amsterdam Int'l Art Fair

Beurs van Berlage 30-31 August 2019 | Fourth Edition 

The Fourth Edition of the Amsterdam International Art Fair is the international art fair in the Dutch city that brings over 150 exhibitors from around the globe for Amsterdam to enjoy! Offering over 3,000 art pieces on display for exhibition and sale, this is a prime opportunity to immerse oneself into a rich collection of global art either as admirer or as purchaser.

Proud to announce The Wall Street Journal as our new Global Media Partner.

Final Call to Exhibit | 80% Booked | Submit online to enter selection process | Curated
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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Join us May 18th 4-6 PM at the Jamie forbes Gallery to meet Bert Atkinson, Chris Ann Ambery, Mary Brodersen, Justin Green Walf


I hope to see all at the Jamie Forbes Gallery opening Saturday, May 18th, 2019  4-6 PM 













































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The Glass House, to Celebrate 70 years in New Canaan Conn. June 8th. 2019


THE GLASS HOUSE ANNOUNCES 70TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 
AT ANNUAL SUMMER PARTY JUNE 8, 2019
French High Wire Artist Philippe Petit to Perform Aerial Surprise at 2:00 PM
 The Glass House announces its annual Summer Party to celebrate our 70th anniversary year with a dynamic program of performance, exhibition and auction to benefit the iconic Philip Johnson designed house (built in 1949) and 49-acre site. The site will be activated by French high wire artist Philippe Petit for a site-specific aerial walk.
"The Glass House, since its opening 70 years ago (we are the same age), has had many, many visitors: but all used the door to come in!" states Petit. "I wish to change that: I will enter through the sky-and offer as a birthday celebration to this iconic building- an AERIAL SURPRISE!" 
The 70th Anniversary celebration will also feature a performance by the Harlem based drumline and danceline crew, The Marching Cobras. We invite guests to celebrate with us, recline in the grass and wander the sprawling grounds. Guests are encouraged to explore the property from every angle, one can visit our art galleries showcasing our newest exhibition, Gay Gatherings: Philip Johnson, David Whitney and the Modern Arts or Summer Party artist, Adam McEwen's artwork, Chocked Rim, 2019, will be displayed in the Glass House. This graphite rim is the skull beneath the hubcap: a purely functional object which must be hidden. Additionally, Adam McEwen has created a limited-edition graphite sculpture to further benefit this significant milestone in our history. The work, entitled Hubcap, is a machined graphite version of the hubcap of a late 1950s Mercedes Gullwing coupe, a car which Philip Johnson drove.

Guests will also have the opportunity to experience through virtual reality technology a simulation of the restored interior of the Brick House. The Brick House currently remains closed and requires much needed restoration.
Tickets include a farm-to-table picnic by South End, rosé from Whispering Angel and artisanal cocktails. Enjoy a game of ping-pong or challenge a friend to a game of oversized chess. The day's picnic along with the event's festivities benefits preservation initiatives at the Glass House. 
The Summer Party benefit auction, powered by Paddle8, provides the unique opportunity for discovering and collecting art from a curated selection of important artists including Josef Albers, Lynn Davis, Mary Heilmann, Maira Kalman, Alex Katz, Claes Oldenburg, Richard Prince, Herb Ritts, Cindy Sherman, and Lawrence Weiner as well as luxury trip packages and experiences. 
The Summer Party is generously supported by Chelsfield, Hunter Douglas, and SRI Fine Art Services.

Media sponsorship is provided by Cultured and Serendipity.
Special thanks to 2x4, Aesop, Design Within Reach, Diageo, Earth Garden, Green & Tonic, LAFCO New York, Leuchtturm1917, LOQI, Madewell, The Monacelli Press, NEAT Coffee, Rockwell Art & Framing, Sugarfina, Tossware, VOSS and Want Les Essentiels.
Ticket purchasers at the VIP Friend level and Platinum Table level will receive a single edition of the Adam McEwen sculpture as part of their donation. To reserve one from this edition please contact Isabel Richards at irichards@theglasshouse.org or 203.978.3011.


Adam McEwen
Hubcap, (2019), Graphite
Diameter 10 1/2 inches.
Edition of 16, 4 Aps
Price $10,000

About the Glass House: The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation located in New Canaan, CT. The pastoral 49-acre landscape comprises fourteen structures, including the Glass House (1949), and features a permanent collection of 20th-century painting and sculpture, along with temporary exhibitions.The campus serves as a catalyst for the preservation and interpretation of modern architecture, landscape, and art; and a canvas for inspiration
and experimentation, honoring the legacy of Philip Johnson (1906 -2005) and his partner, David Whitney (1939 -2005). The tour season runs from May through November and advance reservations are required.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a privately funded nonprofit organization that works to save America's historic places to enrich our future, reimagining historic sites for the 21st century. The guiding principle of this initiative is that historic sites must be dynamic, relevant, and evolving in order to foster an understanding of history and culture that is critical, sensory, and layered.


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Visitor Information:                                                                                
The Glass House Visitor Center and Design Store                        
199 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT 06840 
203.594.9884                                                                
Open Thursday - Monday, May 1 - November 30,  9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Tickets start at $25, including a tour of the site. 
www.theglasshouse.org          The Glass House 70th
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Denise Bibro Opening April 11-May 11 2019 Cath Dusty Boynton


DUSTY BOYNTON 

APRIL 11 - MAY 11, 2019




Dusty Boynton
What's Normal, 2009. Mixed media on paper, 36 x 44 inches

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Denise Bibro Fine Art, 529 West 20 Street, Chelsea, NYC, is pleased to announce Dusty Boynton's solo exhibition, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS.

This exhibition is comprised of primarily abstracted figurative compositions in oil on canvas and mixed media on paper. This survey of works created within the last decade highlights Boynton's most successful oeuvre of interpretive realism. 

Boynton's modius operandi... her spontaneous and organic way of painting... successfully creates narratives that evoke emotional dialogues of the human condition. Her works provide a broad range of emotions; from the whimsical to the mysterious, the dark to the elated, and the proactive to the contemplative.

Dusty Boynton has had numerous solo and group exhibitions, not only at Denise Bibro Fine Art, but she has also had various shows at Museums and Cultural Institutions including the Delaware Contemporary Art Museum, Wilmington, DE; The Burlington Art Center, Burlington, VT; and The Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT. Boynton has been featured and exhibited at international art fairs such as Art Miami, Art Context, Houston Art Fair, and Art South Hampton to name a few. Boynton's work is also in numerous private and public collections and has been featured in the movie Remember Me with Robert Pattinson. 

There will be an upcoming solo exhibition of Boynton's work at The Bennington Museum, Bennington, VT.

Boynton has had reviews in numerous publications including;
Architectural Digest, Art Forum, ArtNews, Art in America, The New York Times, Arts Magazine, New Art Examiner, and
The Wall Street Journal, among others.
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Thursday, May 2, 2019

For all friends in Venice catch Arshile Gorkey May 8-22, 2019 Ca' Pesaro-International Gallery of Modern Art, Venice


Arshile Gorky: 1904 - 1948

8 May - 22 September 2019
Press Release

Arshile Gorky: 1904 - 1948

8 May - 22 September 2019
PRESS PREVIEW: Wednesday 8 May 2019 at 12PM

Ca' Pesaro - International Gallery of Modern Art
Santa Croce 2076
30135 Venice ITALY


Opening 8 May 2019, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia presents the first retrospective survey of the American artist Arshile Gorky in Italy, entitled ‘Arshile Gorky: 1904 – 1948’, at Ca’ Pesaro 
- International Gallery of Modern Art. Bringing together over 80 works, this major exhibition explores the full breadth of Gorky’s oeuvre. From his interrogation of modernist masters in the 1920s, to his late paintings of the 1940s, Gorky’s singular vision was present throughout, defininghim as one of the pivotal figures of 20th century American Art, alongside Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko.
On view through 22 September 2019, ‘Arshile Gorky: 1904 – 1948’ is curated by Gabriella Belli, a celebrated art historian and Director of the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, and Edith Devaney, curator at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, where she recently collaborated on the lauded exhibition ‘Abstract Expressionism’.
Santa Croce 2076
30135 Venice ITALY


Opening 8 May 2019, Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia presents the first retrospective survey of the American artist Arshile Gorky in Italy, entitled ‘Arshile Gorky: 1904 – 1948’, at Ca’ Pesaro 
- International Gallery of Modern Art. Bringing together over 80 works, this major exhibition explores the full breadth of Gorky’s oeuvre. From his interrogation of modernist masters in the 1920s, to his late paintings of the 1940s, Gorky’s singular vision was present throughout, defininghim as one of the pivotal figures of 20th century American Art, alongside Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko.
On view through 22 September 2019, ‘Arshile Gorky: 1904 – 1948’ is curated by Gabriella Belli, a celebrated art historian and Director of the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, and Edith Devaney, curator at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, where she recently collaborated on the lauded exhibition ‘Abstract Expressionism’.
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ART NEW YORK RETURNS WITH A SPECIAL SELECTION OF IMPORTANT MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, SOLO ARTIST PRESENTATIONS, CUTTING-EDGE AND EMERGING TALENT AT FIFTH EDITION


ART NEW YORK RETURNS WITH A SPECIAL SELECTION OF IMPORTANT MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, SOLO ARTIST PRESENTATIONS, CUTTING-EDGE AND EMERGING TALENT AT FIFTH EDITION

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Andy Warhol,  Marilyn Monroe, serigraph print.
(Thursday, May 2 – Sunday, May 5, 2019)

(New York, NY – May 1, 2019) – The fifth edition of Art New York returns to Pier 94 from Thursday, May 2 through Sunday, May 5, with an invitation-only VIP Preview on Thursday, May 2 at 2pm before opening to the public at 5pm. 

Art New York provides multiple platforms for discovering high-quality works by more than 300 artists from 70 international galleries from 18 countries, including CONTEXT, a destination for new and established contemporary galleries to present emerging, mid-career and cutting-edge talent. The fair showcases robust and dynamic presentations of work from influential artists from the contemporary, modern, post-war and pop eras, reinforced by curated programs of special projects and non-profit partnerships, during one of the most significant weeks in New York's art calendar.

HOURS AND LOCATION

·       Fair Hours: VIP Preview: Thursday, May 2: 2pm – 5pm; General Admission: Thursday, May 2: 5pm – 8pm; Friday, May 3 – Saturday, May 4: 12pm – 8pm; Sunday, May 5: 12pm – 6pm 
·       Location: Pier 94 is located on the Hudson River in the Passenger Ship Terminal complex at West 55th Street and Westside Highway, 20 blocks north of the Chelsea gallery district and just west of Columbus Circle.

TICKET INFORMATION

·       Frieze NY and TEFAF New York VIP Cardholders receive complimentary access to Art New York.

TRANSPORTATION

·       Shuttle service: A courtesy shuttle service will be provided between Pier 94 and the Frieze Ferry at East 35th Street during fair hours.
·       Parking: Public parking facilities are available along 12th Avenue and throughout the neighboring vicinity.
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Going to Frieze New York Catch the Haines Gallery booth C15

Haines Gallery at Frieze New York 2019

Solo presentation by Kota Ezawa

Booth C15
Randall's Island Park, New York, NY
May 2-5, 2019
Kota Ezawa repurposes iconic images from the news, art history, and popular culture to explore how they shape public memory and mediate actual events and experiences. At Frieze, Haines Gallery presents one of Ezawa’s best-known video works, The Simpson Verdict, as well as pieces from two recent series. The Crime of Art, a video and related lightboxes, chronicles high-profile museum heists and acts of art vandalism in real life and Hollywood films. National Anthem, Ezawa's latest body of work, draws from broadcast footage of NFL athletes protesting the oppression of people of color; the resulting watercolors offer a powerful meditation on solidarity and hope.
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