Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Picturing Space at FIT Art and Design Gallery November 26th-January 5th, 2020

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Curator Anne Finkelstein has put together a spectacular exhibition
you won't want to miss


Picturing Space
artists imagine architecture

The exhibition brings together artists, exhibition designers
and interior designers who respond to the constructed city.
I will have three large scale paintings in the show

November 26 - January 5, 2020

There will be an opening reception for the artists
on November 26, from 6-8 pm 

FIT Art and Design Gallery
227 West 27th Street | Fashion Institute of Technology | New York City

The Betsy Hotel SouthBeach, Miami Dec2-8, 2019

The Betsy Hotel
Art Basel Miami Beach 2019
   Photo: Iké Udé, SARTORIAL ANARCHY #26, exhibited at The Betsy during Art Basel 2019

Miami Art Week, Dec. 2-8, 2019

Stay at the leading arts hotel in the U.S. for Miami Art Week and enjoy two award-winning restaurants, elegant rooms and suites, extraordinary service, and thoughtful amenitiesLocated in the heart of South Beach, The Betsy is within walking distance to the Miami Beach Convention Center and many of this year's satellite fairs.

We are also proud to feature award-winning photography shows of our own, featuring work by Andy Sweet, Iké Udé, Michael Halsband, and more. Click here to view our 2019 line-up.
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Fourth Edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco and Miami, Cacth the news

Exhibitors and new Partnerships announced for the Fourth Edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco
UNTITLED, ART is pleased to announce the 60 international galleries and nonprofit arts organizations participating in the fourth edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco. In addition, UNTITLED, ART welcomes an expanded Ambassadors Committee, new fair partners including eBay and Facebook, and Brian Boucher as the inaugural UNTITLED, ART San Francisco Writer in Residence.

International Galleries
Edwynn Houk Gallery, UNTITLED, ART San Francisco 2019.
60 international galleries and nonprofit arts organizations, from more than 12 countries and 20 cities, will participate in the fourth edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco. The fair will feature presentations by leading contemporary artists as well as influential figures from the 20th century.
New and returning galleries include Chambers Fine Art​Fort GansevoortEdwynn Houk GalleryNight Gallery, and Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, and more. See the full list of exhibitors here.
Expanded Ambassadors Committee
“The fair allows our community to discover new galleries and artists from all over the world, while also being supportive of local galleries, artists, museums, and nonprofit organizations.” Deborahand Andy Rappaport, Co-Founders, Minnesota Street Project.
The Ambassadors Committee comprises many of the Bay Area’s top art collectors, museum directors, curators, art advisors, and other arts leaders. 23 new individuals and couples have been added for 2020; see the full list of Ambassadors here.
Deborah and Andy Rappaport, Co-Founders, Minnesota Street Project at UNTITLED, ART San Francisco 2019. 
New Partnerships
The $10,000 eBay Booth Prize will be awarded to a participating gallery at UNTITLED, ART San Francisco 2020. The winner will be announced at the fair on Friday, January 17, 2020, following selection by a jury of Bay Area museum directors and curators, including S. Sayre Batton, Oshman Executive Director, San José Museum of Art, and Abby Chen, Head of the Contemporary Art Department, Asian Art Museum.
Connecting with the extensive classic car community in the Bay Area and greater California, UNTITLED, ART San Francisco welcomes Hagerty® as a fair Partner. The Hagerty® DriveShare program will be featured in the company’s on-site fair activation.
Facebook joins the fourth edition of UNTITLED, ART San Francisco as an Associate Partner, with a special on-site presentation by the writer and textile artist Kira Dominguez Hultgren. Organized by the Facebook Art Department, a newly commissioned, large-scale artwork by Dominguez Hultgren will grow and evolve throughout the duration of the fair, as the artist will be present, adding to her work and interacting with fairgoers.
January 2020 will see the launch of a new three-year emergency fund supported by UNTITLED, ART. The &Art& Emergency Fund will offer immediate assistance to artists who live and work in the San Francisco Bay Area or have graduated with a visual arts degree from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Brian Boucher, Writer in Residence 
New York–based art writer Brian Boucher will be the inaugural Writer in Residence for UNTITLED, ART San Francisco, publishing daily dispatches on highlights at the fair and around San Francisco.
A seasoned critic and journalist, Brian Boucher has written for publications including New York Magazine, artnet News, Art in America, and The Art Newspaper, covering major developments in the art world and writing about some of the world's most respected artists.
Brian Boucher.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Hamptons Film submission are open for the Screenwriters Lab, 2020

20th Annual HamptonsFilm Screenwriters Lab Returns April 3-5, 2020

Lab Funded with Support from Melissa Mathison Fund for Female Screenwriters

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the HamptonsFilm Screenwriters Lab (April 3-5, 2020) champions the artistic visions of up-and-coming filmmakers from around the world. An intimate gathering taking place each spring in Sag Harbor, NY, the Lab fosters emerging talent by pairing selected fellows with established writers and creative producers for a weekend of one-on-one mentorship. Over the course of the weekend, these film industry veterans advise the participating fellows on their feature length projects in a series of individual and group development sessions. Additional events include an annual Master Class hosted by a celebrated screenwriter and a networking cocktail reception with board members, patrons, alumni, and members of the local artistic community.

Submissions are now open for feature length scripts of all types and about all subject matter:

Earlybird Deadline: November 26, 2019
Regular Deadline: December 10, 2019
Late Deadline: December 27, 2019
Extended Deadline: January 3, 2020

Since its inception, over fifty screenplays have taken part in the Lab. Recent projects include Annabelle Attanasio’s Mickey and the Bear (SXSW 2019, ACID Cannes 2019), Michael Tyburski and Ben Nabors’ The Sound of Silence (Sundance 2019, SIFF 2019), Cathy Yan’s Dead Pigs (Sundance 2018, BFI London Film Festival 2018), Christina Choe’s Nancy (Sundance 2018, Film Independent Spirit Award Nominee for Best First Screenplay), and Ísold Uggadóttir’s And Breathe Normally (Sundance 2018, AFI Fest 2018).

Other selected highlights include 
Destin Daniel Cretton’s Short Term 12, starring Academy Award®-winning actors Brie Larson and Rami Malek, which won the Grand Jury and Audience Award at SXSW in 2013; Justin Schwartz’s The Discoverers, starring Griffin Dunne, which made its world premiere at HIFF 2012; Sara Colangelo’s Little Accidents, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, starring Elizabeth Banks and Chloe Sevigny; and Claudia Myers’s Fort Bliss, starring Michelle Monaghan and Ron Livingston, which was released in 2014. With projects from participating fellows produced year after year, the Screenwriters Lab continues to be an inspiring and safe space for artists to find and hone their creative vision.

Recent Screenwriters Lab Mentors and Master Class participants include 
Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone, Leave No Trace); Tamara Jenkins (Private Life, The Savages); Jim Taylor (Sideways, Election); Mark Heyman (Black Swan, The Skeleton Twins); James V. Hart (Contact, Hook); Michael H. Weber (The Disaster Artist, (500) Days of Summer); Oren Moverman (The Messenger, Love and Mercy); Michael Cunningham (The Hours, Evening); James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, Truth); Robin Swicord (When They See Us; The Curious Case of Benjamin Button); Alex Dinelaris (Birdman); Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy); Caroline Kaplan (producer: Boyhood, Sorry to Bother You), Rob Siegel (The Wrestler, The Founder); Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Captain Marvel, Half Nelson); Sabrina Dhawan (Monsoon Wedding, Cosmopolitan); David Siegel (What Maisie Knew); Alec Sokolow (Toy Story); Hawk Ostby (Children of Men, Iron Man); J. Robin Baitz (People I Know, The Substance of Fire); Ted Griffin (Ocean’s Eleven); Whit Stillman (Metropolitan, Love and Friendship); Ira Sachs (Frankie, Love is Strange); Andy Bienen (Boys Don't Cry); Jeff Sharp (producer: Boys Don’t Cry, Evening); Lawrence Konner (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire); Maria Maggenti (The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love); Gregory Widen (Highlander,Backdraft); Mark Christopher (54); Maggie Greenwald (Songcatcher, Ballad of Little Jo); Laurie Collyer (Sherrybaby); Lawrence Lasker (Sneakers,War Games); and Dylan Kidd (Roger Dodger, P.S.).

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ABOUT HamptonsFilm
HamptonsFilm was founded in 1992 to celebrate the art of film and to introduce a unique and varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers to our audiences with an annual film festival each October. A non-profit organization with year-round screenings of global narrative and documentary films, a Screenwriters Lab, and extensive educational initiatives, HamptonsFilm offers programs that enlighten, educate, and provide invaluable exposure for filmmakers, while also providing the East End of Long Island with an educational and cultural experience that enriches the lives of its citizens and contributes to the local economy. The annual film festival, the premier film event on New York State’s East End, and recently referred to by Variety as “one of America’s most glamorous displays of the best in cutting-edge cinema,” continues to play an important role during awards season, with a significant number of titles highlighted every year at the Academy Awards. For more information please visit #film#hamptonsfilm#fineartmagazine