Art Basel is very happy to announce the launch of season two ofIntersections: The Art Basel Podcast, presented by UBS.Intersectionsbrings together leading artists, architects, gallerists, designers, musicians, and art collectors to dive deep into their passion for art. The first two episodes are now available.
In the first episode, rapper, songwriter, and record producerRM(Kim Nam-joon) —Leader of K-Pop superstars BTS —joins Marc Spiegler to talk about everything from the formation and rise of BTS, to the first artwork he ever bought, his plans to establish a collection space and thoughts on trying to establish a legacy while being a boy band star. Collecting, he says, ‘really gives me the standard to live as a better man, as a better adult, and [as] an artist.’ Just after we recorded the podcast, BTS announced that the group’s members will be focusing on solo projects. This development casts Nam-joon’s highly reflective comments on his personal legacy and projects in a different light.
Can tech change social structures? What role can NFTs play in activism? In episode 2, hostAnny Shawtakes a close look with three pioneers in the NFT and Web 3 worlds: the artistOlive Allen, the NFT studio founderMelissa Gilmourand the head of Pace VersoChristiana Ine-Kimba Boyle.
New episodes are released every two weeks. Tune in on July 12th for our third episode, in which multi-hyphenate creativeMoses Sumneyreflects on art, music and beyond.
Fredrick Prescott is doing the Hamptons Fine Art Fair July 14 - 17 in Southampton, New York.
We are delivering monumental sculptures
to the East Coast and Florida after the show!
Check out oure-catalogueto see if we have anAnimal you would like, andemail usto see if it is available! If we have it, we will get it on the wild animal trailer and deliver it to your home in time for your summer enjoyment!
Take advantage of our delivery trip to the East Coast and Florida this July!
RON EHRLICH,Untitled,1997,mixed media on panel,63 x 63 in.
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is delighted to presentSurreal Summer,a group exhibitionfeaturing work byDeborah Buck, Ron Ehrlich, Samantha French, Eugene Healy, Sandrine Kern, Gary Komarin, Kate Roebuck, Roohi Saleem, and Tom Wesselmann. The exhibition will run from June 24 – August 6, 2022. The opening reception will be on Friday, June 24 from 6:00-8:00pm.
Summer has arrived at MJFA, and it has been a surreal one so far! We are welcoming the season with a group exhibition featuring new work by a selection of 9 contemporary artists. While Surrealist principles directly influence the practice of Gary Komarin and Deborah Buck, the group, as a whole, are similarly inspired in their expressive and intuitive artworks that capture the psyche of the summer season.