Station 16 Gallery (Montreal) offers print by stencil artists Joe Iurato and Logan Hicks. The collaborative print, Sight of the Sea, is hand sprayed by both artists and is based on a mural the two created for the Bushwick Collective in Brooklyn. Supplies are limited so buy a copy before they are gone.
NADA New York has a new location, Skylight Clarkson Square (550 Washington Street), for 2018. The fair takes place March 8-11. The fair's mission to support and cultivate new voices in contemporary art now has a 60,000 square foot venue to pursue that goal. The area has three separate studios.
This is the seventh edition of NADA New York.
Superfine! The Fair Head Back To Miami And New York While Adding Shows In Los Angeles And Washington D.C.
Superfine! The Fair returns to Miami and New York while adding art shows in Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
The Miami Fair at 56 N. 29th St from December 6 to 10, 2017 includes a midnight vernissage from 11:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 6. The fair will include 46 exhibitors (32 solo artists and 14 galleries) from all over the world. There will be 800 original works. In line with the fair's notion of "art for all," pieces range in price from $200 to $10,000.
The New York version will be during Frieze week (May, 2018). The D.C. fair will take place in the Dupont neighborhood in October 2018. The Los Angeles version will appear in January, 2019.
Find out more at the fair's website linked above.
Aqua Art Miami and the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD) collaborating during Miami Art Week 2016. AWAD, a London-based non-profit trade network, with a mission to make business between women art dealers easier. The collaboration within Aqua focuses on highlighting women gallerists during the fair and special projects from women curators.
There will also be a couple of special events:
"Unconscious gender bias and the art world: What's the reality for women art dealers, and what role do they have to play?", a morning panel discussion takes place 10 to 11 a.m., Friday, December 2. The panel will be moderated by Susan Mumford, founder and CEO of AWAD.
from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, December 2, Aqua Art Miami will host AWAD's private annual gathering "Networking Cocktails on the Beach."
Aqua Art Miami is always one of the more interesting--and fun--smaller fairs during the week.
"Golden Waters A Light Installation" by Grimanesa Amorós From June To September 2015 In Scottsdale, Arizona
Golden Waters A Light Installation by Grimanesa Amorós From June To September 2015. The light sculpture installation extends from the Soleri Bridge in Scottsdale Arizona.
The installation is presented by Scottsdale Public Art and reflects the natural elegance of the Arizona canal. It is attached to the bridge which was designed by the visionary artist and philosopher, Paolo Soleri.
Amorós was born in Peru and currently lives and works in New York City. She works in differnt mediums and her work is steeped in a wide variety of interests" social history, critical theory and scientific research. All of these have influenced her work; she seems the perfect person to create art attached to the bridge designed by Soleri. Find out more about the artist HERE.
The Chicago Artist's Coalition's Edition Chicago have announced the galleries for the upcoming event (September 19-21, 2014). Edition Chicago takes place at the same time as Expo Chicago, the city's exposition of contemporary and modern art. As I have mentioned before this holding of multiple events simultaneously makes Chicago more of an art destination.
Galleries at this year's Edition include; Chicago Artists Coalition (Chicago), Gallery 19 (Chicago), Steven Harvey (New York City), Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), Ochi Shop (Ketchum, Idaho), David Peterson Gallery (Minneapolis), The Pitch Project (Milwaukee), Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Chicago), Segura Arts Studio (South Bend, Indiana),THE MISSION (Chicago), Vertical Gallery (Chicago) and Yaupetec (Mexico City).
For more information head to chicagoartistscoalition.org.
Cernuda Arte (Coral Gables) Presents "Cuban Art In Miami Public Spaces" A Presentation By Jorge A.Hernández June 4, 2014
Cernuda Arte (3155 Ponce de León Blvd., Coral Gables) presents Cuban Art In Miami Public Spaces a presentation by Jorge A.Hernández at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
As art aficionados not living under a rock are aware, Miami has become an art destination, an epicenter of arts in America. This is in no small part due to artwork installed in publc places.
Hernández, using powerpint, will show his audience the location of a variety of works; murals, installations, sculpturs and monuments creeated by Cuban artists (including; Agustín Cárdenas, Carlos Alfonzo, Cundo Bermúdez, Antonio Gattorno, Tony López, Rolando López Dirube, Manuel Carbonell, Domingo Ravenet, Juan José Sicre, Enrique Martínez Celaya, Enrique Riverón, José Bedia, Manuel Mendive and more.)
Hernández, holds an MBA from Florid International University, a Masters in Management from Nova Southeastern and a BA in Computer Science fro the University of Havana. He is also a researcher on and enthusiast for Cuban art.
It is never too early to be thinking on Art Week in Miami. Design Miami/ Basel announces new Design Commission and Design At Large for 2014 fair.
Every June, in advance of the Winter fair in Miami, Design Miami/Basel commission a large piece by an architect/ designer in the early part of their career. Jamie Zigelbaum's Triangular Series, suspended from the ceiling of the Basel Exhibition Centre blur the boundary between "life and non-life." The piece is of 59 large tetrahedra throughout the space. They are made of see-through acrylic.
Design At Large's inaugural edition will be a curated display of large-scale design installations around the center. The pieces will come from proposals solicited from participating galleries and aimed at reflecting the diversity of the fair. Dennis Freedman, Creative Director of Barneys New York, will curate.
The Knight Arts Challenge has announced 75 finalists. There are an astounding list of artists and projects getting grants. The winners will be announced December 1, 2014. Finalists include projects "bringing a little of the Everglades to Miami" and one that connects "artists to the water that surrounds us."
Some of the finalists include Bleeding Palm who plan to create a nonprofit animation studio that will both produce animation and train students and local artists, Bootleggers, a mobile library project and Elizabeth Cerejido who aims to create an exchange program bringing together Cuban artists from Havana and Miami (in partnership with a local university).
See all the finalists HERE. Check back to see more on the work the Knight Foundation does.
Civilian Art Projects has been invited to share space with G Fine Art. The innovative Washington DC galley recently lost their space. The new space will be opened by Civilian with a solo exhibition of work by Amy Hughes Braden, from May 10 to June 14, 2014. There will be an opening at 6 p.m. Saturday May 10, 2014.
Both of these galleries lost their spaces with Civilian figuring on a "spaceless" 2014. It isn't an exaggeration to say that the loss of the galleries was a blow to lovers of innovative art in the area. Civilian consistently pushes the envelope and reaches beyond the boundaries set by most galleries.
G Fine Art and Civilain will share the two-story space and hold two or three exhibits a year--as well as other events. The new space is located at 4718 14th Street NW Washington, DC.
Galleries, shows and more on ART. Part of the aim of this is to "demystify" art. You are allowed to enjoy art even if you weren't an art major in college.