RUSSIAN PAVILION NY announces its inaugural edition in conjunction with Armory Arts Week 2013.New York, 14 February, 2013—The Russian Pavilion is a juried exhibition showcasing emerging and established artists from Russia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Baltic regions during leading international contemporary art fairs in New York, San Francisco and Miami. Russian Pavilion NY offers a unique forum for critics and collectors to encounter the works and some of the artists in person.
via Russian Art Pavilion.
Maria De Los Angeles, a 24-year-old student at the Pratt Institute, has an admissions interview at Yale University’s graduate art school next month and was planning to show the officers there some of her 100 paintings and 300 prints.
Piotr Redlinski for The New York Times
The top of the Main Building after the fire.
But in Friday’s early hours, a fast-moving fire ravaged the top two floors of the historic main building at the private art, design and architecture college in Brooklyn, destroying dozens of art studios and the precious student works they contained.
“My studio’s gone, everything
Pratt Institute’s Main Building Damaged by Fire – NYTimes.com.
This is a call for entries for Woman Made Gallery’s upcoming group exhibitions. All shows are juried by professionals whose involvement brings new and challenging perspectives to the exhibitions. Membership is not required in order to enter into juried shows or exhibit at WMG.
These exhibitions are open to all genders, and artists may submit up to three works by mail with jpgs and application on a CD or online as digital files. Video artists may mail their entries or post video stills online and include a link to the video(s) in the statement section. Please include one detail per work only
via Call for Art from Woman Made Gallery.
A quarter-century after he died of a drug overdose at the age of 27 in downtown Manhattan, Jean-Michel Basquiat needs no introduction. The fame that he pursued relentlessly and recklessly throughout his brief career seems secure, buoyed by museum retrospectives, films, books, sympathetic critics and a bounty of supremely wealthy collectors, who now buy major works by him for $20 million or more. For anyone who
via ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat’ at Gagosian Gallery | GalleristNY.
Beyond the Biennials: Thierry Alet as International Artist and Impresario by Una-Kariim A. Cross
Artist Thierry Alet has been on the global art scene for over fifteen years. He occupies a space reserved for few, as both artist and creative producer. As a proverbial son of the Caribbean, he stands on the shoulders of many intellectual heavies in this region, who have explored the notion of cultural identity in their literary works; many finding identity more in flux than fixed. During my interview with Alet he inquired, “Have you read Frantz Fanon?” and continued, “I’m reading this book by Maryse Condé and she’s discussing a quote by Frantz Fanon. He
via Beyond the Biennials: Thierry Alet as International Artist and Impresario by Una-Kariim A. Cross « artcore journal.
PooL Art Fair Miami
Dec 7, 8 & 9, 2012
Sky House Marquis
1100 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, FL 33132
Exhibition Open daily from 3pm to 10 pm
Vernissage, December 6nd from 6pm to 11PM
Open bar + DJ + Artists performance
Frere Independent is proud to present the 8th edition of the PooL Art Fair in Miami. Slated for December 7, 8 & 9, 2012. PooL offers an extraordinary venue to its exhibitors and visitors. On the 14th floor of the Luxurious Marquis, Exhibitors will showcase artworks in 9, 3 story high Townhouses around the “swimming” pool terrace overlooking all of Miami. The show retains its tradition to present great, independent artists who are otherwise unrepresented during Art Basel Miami Beach.
The simple, modest approach of the PooL Art Fair offers an exciting View full article »
This past weekend, March 4, 5 and 6, Frere Independent was pleased to present the Eighth Edition of the PooL Art Fair New York, at the Gershwin Hotel on East 27th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison. The Vernissage on March 4, featured performances by View full article »
Before 2011, Color Giclee print back mounted, framed in white, acrylic front.
Who Can I Be Now?
“The genesis of this self-portrait series is the David Bowie song, Who Can I Be Now? recorded in 1975 but not available until a later version of the Young Americans CD was released in 1991. With the idea being to extrapolate a personal visual journey with lyrics from the song as signifiers, images formed around the conundrum of gender View full article »