Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Casey Chalem Anderson at the 52nd Springs Invitational at Ashawagh Hall. August 2nd., 2-5 PM

Blue Twilight

Casey Chalem Anderson

In the 07/30/2019 edition: 
By Casey on Jul 30, 2019 07:28 am
Blue Twilight 24 x 24 inches oil/wood
When viewing a screen image you can never fully realize the quality and subtlety of the pigments in an oil painting. There is so much more color sensation and wonder about how the paint functions when observing it in real life. This is what makes an original painting so engaging. You can puzzle the progression of what was painted first, second, last. This painting could have only been created in a specific order. It’s not something I planned, it is a record of what happened as the painting developed. A painting has the time it took to make it baked in to the overall consciousness of the work. Please come have a look at the real thing!
52nd Annual Springs Invitational at Ashawagh Hall (780 Springs Fireplace Road)
Opening Reception this Friday, August 2 –  5-8 pm

Catch the Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair September 12th-15,2019


Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair Announces 2019 Exhibitors List

Sarah Winkler, Metamorphic Dreamscape, Acrylic on panel with Gold Mica,
Iron Oxide, Marble Dust, 60 x 60 in. Courtesy of K Contemporary.
 - Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair (JHFAF) is pleased to announce the exhibitors for its inaugural edition, hosted on September 12-15, 2019 at the Snow King Sports and Events Center (100 E Snow King Ave). Surrounded by the Teton mountain ranges, the city of Jackson Hole is an unparalleled, non-coastal art destination. The four-day fair will include works from 50 national and renowned exhibitors, carefully chosen for their curated booths which best reflect Jackson Hole’s distinctive American tastes. The galleries will be bringing in works by established, American artists from both Contemporary and Modern, as well as Western, Native American and Wildlife genres.  
Fair Director Rick Friedman says, “We are so excited to provide the local arts community with such a wide range of significant Modern and Contemporary artworks, many of which have not yet been seen in Jackson Hole. With 50 exhibitors, we have a completely sold out show that demonstrates the respect and enthusiasm the international art world has for the Jackson Hole arts scene. The fair presents a fresh selection of over a thousand important pieces and I can’t wait for fairgoers to experience this unforgettable event" 
Spanning from every region of the United States, the exhibitors hail from 29 different cities, including two local galleries, Tayloe Piggott Gallery and Diehl Gallery. The JHFAF exhibitors represent nationally acclaimed artists like Thomas Hart Benton, Emil Bisttram, Deborah Butterfield, Alexander Calder, Raymond Jonson, Jeremy Kidd, Elaine de Kooning, John Nieto and Ed Ruscha. 
Recognized for its wildlife scene and natural beauty, Jackson Hole offers an unprecedented art experience for all. The town’s rocky landscape, Western charm, dedicated community and world class museums create a uniquely American art scene. JHFAF is pleased to present their roster of exhibitors for the inaugural fair:
2019 Galleries:
917 Fine Arts, Miami Beach, FL
Abend Gallery, Denver, CO
Addison Rowe Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
Andrew Smith Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Bill Hester Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
Bonhams, LA, NYC, London 
Calabi Gallery, Santa Rosa, CA
Childs Gallery, Boston, MA
Diehl Gallery, Jackson, WY
Elizabeth Gordon Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
Faust II, Santa Fe, Scottsdale 
Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID
Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Gary Snyder Fine Art, NYC, Bozeman 
GF Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM
Green River Stone Company, Logan, UT
HG Contemporary Art, Flushing, NY
ILIAD, New York, NY
Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA
J Klein Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
James Compton Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
K Contemporary, Denver, CO
Kiechel Fine Art, Lincoln, NE
L.A. Design, Missoula, MT
Legend Nano Gallery, Carlsbad, CA
Mai Wyn Fine Art, Denver, CO
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Matthew Rowe Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
Maxwell Alexander, Los Angeles, CA
Maynard Dixon Museum, Tucson, AZ
Melissa Morgan Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA
Mike Clark Fine Art, Billings, MT
Nieto Fine Art, Rockwall, TX
Patricia Qualls Contemporary Art, Carmel Valley, CA
Peace Waters Collective, San Diego, CA
Prescott Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe, NM
Redfern Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York, NY
Seagrave Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA
Steidel Contemporary, Lake Worth, FL
Stevens Fine Art, Phoenix, AZ
Studio Greytak, Missoula, MT
T.H. Brennen Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ
Tayloe Piggott Gallery, Jackson, WY
Thomas Paul Fine Art, West Hollywood, CA
Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
Waddell Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Walker Fine Art, LTD, New York, NY
Wilde Meyer Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Woolff Gallery, London, UK
About Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair
The Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair is the latest addition to the luxury, regional fairs produced under the leadership of Fair Director, Rick Friedman. Other fairs produced by Friedman include: the Hamptons, Aspen, Houston, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Silicon Valley and Philadelphia. JHFAF is excited to contribute to Jackson Hole’s vibrant arts community. 
2019 Sponsors: Bonhams Auction House, Family Management Corporation, artnet 
The Opening Sneak “Peak”
Thursday, September 12, 3-6pm
Show Hours
Friday, September 13, 12-6pm
Saturday, September 14, 12-6pm
The Harvest Moon Art Benefit | 6-8pm
Sunday, September 15, 12-4pm
General admission tickets are $25pp and can be purchased online or at the door.

Fair Contact
Nanci Meyer, Show Manager/Operations

Monday, July 29, 2019

let me know if it is interesting to you all. Dumonart Art Du Mouchelles Auctions start August 16th.


TO BID BY PHONE OR ABSENTEE: Call (313) 963-6255 or E-Mail

BID ONLINE AT:  LiveAuctioneers.com or Invaluable.com 

Friday, August 9th, 9:30am to 5:30pm
Saturday, August 10th, 9:30am to 5:30pm
Tuesday August 13th, 9:30am to 5:30pmWednesday August 14th, 9:30am to 7:30pm
Thursday August 15th, 9:30am to 5:30pm
Friday August 16th, 9:30am to End of Auction*Viewing Continues All Auction Days*
Friday’s auction features a terrific selection of fine furnishings, antiques and collectibles.  Opening the sale are splendid antique toys including an American National Racer pressed metal pedal car, c1917 and a pressed steel toy pedal car in the style of the Chrysler V-8 Airflow from 1935. Of particular note is an extensive firearms collection from the estate of a Grand Blanc, Michigan collector including semi-automatic pistols including an I.M.I Desert Eagle with two barrels, .41 & .44 caliber; a Colt Model 1911 .45 caliber pistol; large caliber revolvers with scopes; Beretta and Browning over-and-under shotguns to name a few. Tribal art is featured including an extensive collection of African masks and carvings. Fine art includes paintings by Eugenio Zampighi (Italy 1859-1944) and Roman Maraz (Michigan, 1911-1979) and a western-themed painting signed ‘Richards’. Fine silver items including a Gorham ‘Camellia’ pattern Sterling silver dinner service for 12 (126 pcs.) and a Mexican Sterling silver group including a coffee pot, hot milk pitcher, tray and brandy snifters. Fine jewelry is highlighted by an 18kt gold, 0.5ct diamonds, Swiss Juvenia quartz ladies wristwatch, three pairs of earrings consisting of a pair of 3.04ct Blue Sapphires, a pair of 3.16ct Emerald and the third pair in 2.92ct Pink Sapphires - all mounted with diamonds totaling 4.12ct, H-VS2 and set in 18kt white & yellow gold. Furniture features a 19th century Empire style rosewood slant-top desk, a Gustav Stickley mission oak twin size bedframe and an Eames chair with ottoman in a white Moire Taffeta vinyl upholstery accented by a gold-embroidered bee pattern and a set of eight Art Deco influence lacquer chairs. Porcelain pieces including an Augarten, Austria white ‘Desert Fox’ and a large Lladro porcelain. Rugs feature an impressive selection of Southwestern Native American, Kerman Persian, Chinese and Persian silk - to name a few. Lighting fixtures include crystal chandeliers, sconces and lamps featuring a pair of table lamps in wrought iron and tulip-form with Quezal glass shades and a bronze Handel pillar lamp. Rounding out the features are Asian porcelains including vases, figures, jars and chargers.

The Saturday auction features a phenomenal choice of fine crystal artifacts highlighted by a Steuben cameo acid cut-back plum jade “Chang” art glass vase; Lalique crystal “Kuan Yin” and “Grande Nue Nereides” figurines and exquisite pieces by Quezal, Durand, Legras, Daum Nancy, Labino and Hawkes.  Silver offerings include a Ernst Menner of Stuttgart sterling, turquoise and crystal gondola-shaped centerpiece, circa 1925; Black, Starr & Frost sterling and cranberry crystal pair of vases, circa 1920; sterling flatware sets by International, Wallace and Alvin – and whimsical hollowware pieces by Los Castillo for Taxco adorned with malachite-encrusted parrots.  Porcelain highlights feature Meissen, Sèvres, Jacques Petit, Lladro and Belleek with jewel boxes, vases, figurines and candlesticks - as well as dinner services by Coalport, Aynsley, Radfords Fenton and Rosenthal.  Fine Arts present stunning sculpture in bronze, marble and carved wood with works by Franz Hagenauer, Prof. Giuseppe Bessi, Henry Schumacher, Auguste Moreau, Marie D’Orleans and Frédéric Triebel.  Of special note are the Italian parcel gilt and polychromed wood Reliquary busts, circa  1680-1740.  Modern and contemporary furnishings include a terrific collection in leather, suede and steel with designs by Herman Miller, Le Corbusier and Charles Rennie Mackintosh – as well as original Gustav Stickley and Stickley Brothers carved bedroom pieces.  Our fine jewelry features over 30 lots including a spectacular 3.96ct natural rare-cut diamond and platinum pair of earrings and a 33.84ct natural pink quartz, 2.50ct diamond 18kt gold pair of dangle earrings. And rounding out the sale is a lovely selection of Persian silk and wool rugs.  

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th At 12 Noon EDT 
The Sunday session is highlighted by an extensive collection of modern and contemporary graphics including works by:  Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Burns Motherwell, David Hockney, Alberto Giacometti, Alexander Calder, Peter Max, Joan Miro, Sam Lewis Francis, Carol Summers, Charles-Edouard Le Corbusier, Joan Mitchell, Philip Pearlstein, Rufino Tamayo, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Erte and Thomas Hart Benton – as well as two bronze sculptures by Marshall Maynard Fredericks.  Additionally highlighted are 19th c. to modern unique art featuring:  Kees Van Dongen, Mathias Alten, Edmund Osthaus, Reginald Marsh, Louis Kronberg, Ira Monte, William Salter, Percy Ives, Frank Enders, Bruce Crane, George W. Waters, Richard Lack, Morris Rosenfeld and sculptures by Eugene Marioton, Erte, Ramon Parmenter and a glass sculpture by Leonardo Rosin.  Rounding out the Sunday features are:   antique to modern rugs, fine jewelry, decorative arts, fine furniture and Orientalia.

Hauser & Wirth: ‘Amy Sherald: the heart of the matter...’ Opening Tuesday 10 September 6-8 NYC runs through – 26 October 2019

Press Release

Fall 2019 US Exhibition Program 

‘Amy Sherald: the heart of the matter...’
10 September – 26 October 2019
Opening reception: Tuesday 10 September, 6 – 8 pm New York, 22nd Street
Amy Sherald documents contemporary African-American experience in the United States through arresting, otherworldly paintings. Subverting the medium of portraiture to tease out unexpected narratives, she situates black heritage centrally in the story of American art and invites viewers to engage in a complex debate about accepted notions of race and representation. The individuals in her paintings are deliberately posed, dramatically staged, and assertive in gaze. Their expressiveness and the variations in their gestures, clothing, and emotional auras reinforce the complex multiplicities of African-American existence. The persistent sense of privacy and mystery maintained in Sherald’s work requires viewers to ponder the thoughts and dreams of those depicted. Debuting new paintings, this exhibition marks Sherald’s first solo presentation with Hauser & Wirth. 

Amy Sherald
'Sometimes the king is a woman' (2019)
Oil on canvas
137.2 x 109.2 x 6.4 cm / 54 x 43 x 2 1/2 in
©Amy Sherald

Saturday, July 27, 2019

In Miami get out catch Listening & Talk— Gustavo Matamoros & Laura Marsh 6PM.


Listening & Talk— Gustavo Matamoros & Laura Marsh

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2019, AT 6 PM

Please join us for Listening & Talk—Gustavo Matamoros & Laura Marsh on Saturday, July 27, 2019, at 6 pm. The event will give visitors an opportunity to sit quietly and listen to Matamoros' sound intervention at DV. After the listening event, Laura Marsh will join Gustavo Matamoros in conversation about the sound instalation and his work. 


Gustavo Matamoros was born in Caracas in 1957 and living in Miami since 1979, Gustavo Matamoros is a local sound artist of international repute in the fields of experimental music and sound art. His practice focuses on the exploration of sound as audible description of change and as a tool for developing an ever closer relationship with what Buckminster Fuller referred to as The Environment—that which surrounds the individual.
Laura Marsh is a fiber artist with a socially engaged practice. Her banners, weavings, and installations contain feminist and political quotes, mottos, and emblems that reflect cultural values and belief structures. From two generations of women who sew, Marsh practices an accessible and hands-on tactile approach. She invites viewers to enter, touch, and be immersed in the work. Originally from rural, Montrose, Pennsylvania, Marsh has watched her hometown transform into a fracking region. Marsh received her MFA from Yale University School of Art and a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. Marsh has exhibited nationally at venues including Locust Projects in Miami, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Printed Matter, Field Projects, Newman Popiashvili Gallery, and Tilton Gallery in NY. She is the Director of Programs at Oolite Arts.


DV is located at 101 NW 79th Street, Miami, FL 33150. Parking is limited in front of our building, but plenty of parking is available on the street.

In LOng Island City today,Catch the Dorsky Gallery opening 5-7 PM

To Ask a Question/
To Carry On Without an Answer 
Emily Brownawell | Jason Paradis 
Betsy Lewis | Kyle Patnaude 
Li Lin-Liang | Yuanmin Lu 
Nick Rouke | John Willis 
Bruce Wahl | Betsy Schneider
Exhibition: July 27-August 28, 2019
Reception: Saturday, July 27, 5:00-7:00 pm

Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-5pm 

This exhibition is presented by the School of Fine & Performing Arts at SUNY New Paltz in cooperation with Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs
The exhibition of five emerging artists and their mentors was conceived by SUNY New Paltz MFA students. 

At Sea
September 29 - December 8, 2019

Featuring the work of Zalika Azim, Rina Banerjee, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Heide Fasnach, Scherezade Garcia, Shirin Kazemi, Franck Lesbros, Roger Clay Palmer, Sky Pape, Jennifer Wynne Reeves, Adrien Segal, Charlotte Schulz, Eve K. Tremblay 

Curated by Zeljka Himbele
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 29, 2019, 2-5 pm
D O R S K Y G A L L E R Y | Curatorial Programs is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization that presents independently-curated exhibitions of contemporary art. Working with curators, writers, and art historians, DGCP aims to illuminate and deepen the public's understanding and appreciation of issues and trends in contemporary art. 

For further information, please contact Karen Dorsky at (718) 937-6317, via email: kdorsky@dorsky.com or visit our website: www.dorsky.org
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs | 718-937-6317 | info@dorsky.org | www.dorsky.org

HOURS: Thursday-Monday 11:00-6:00
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