ART SILICON VALLEY
9 – 12 October 2014
San Mateo, CA
The Linda Blackstone Gallery and One Church Street will be at the Cambridge City Art Fair (9-12 Oct)
One Church Street gallery (an image of which is shown above) is run jointly by Joanna Bryant and Lyndsey Keeling since 2012 when they formed a partnership to grow and expand an existing gallery business (founded in 2006). The gallery is well established for its high standard of curated exhibitions, exploring diverse and intriguing aspects in contemporary art. For more information click here.
The Linda Blackstone Gallery was founded on September 11th 1985. The opening of the gallery was a lifelong dream for Linda, who had a passion for art and wanted to open a gallery with a difference. Somewhere that wasn’t elitist. Somewhere where people could come and enjoy the laid back ambience of a gallery run for the love of it, with no pressure to buy. A gallery that celebrated new and upcoming artists. A work by one of these artists Dganit Blechner’s Dreams Come True is illustrated below courtesy of Linda Blackstone Gallery. To read more click here.
Simone Smith of Alicia David Contemporary Art adds a new venture to her portfolio: Sim Smith Gallery
The Directors of Alicia David Contemporary Art are proud to announce the launch of Sim Smith Gallery. Sim Smith Gallery will exhibit at contemporary art fairs and events internationally whilst working with collectors, curators, museums and art enthusiasts from around the world.
The passion and determination behind the ambitious vision for Sim Smith Gallery has enabled an exciting programme of events to take place; with several varied projects also scheduled for 2015.
August-December 2014 | Flock installation by Patrick Murphy, The House of St. Barnabas, Soho, London (featured above courtesy of Sim Smith Gallery)
September 2014 | Sim Smith Gallery will present a collaboration between Jonathan McCree and iconic British design company Timorous Beasties for London Design Festival
December 2nd-7th 2014 | CONTEXT Art Miami, exhibiting new work by Tim Garwood & Jonathan McCree
Alicia David Contemporary Art will continue to exhibit at the Affordable Art Fair in London and NYC.
Patricia Cornish Gallery at the Sao Paulo Design Weekend – Bringing Brazilian and British art together
Galeria Patricia Cornish ventured into the Brazilian market initially with British artists, but soon recognized the breadth of talent among local artists. Within one year of opening her gallery, Patricia Cornish participated in one of the major art fairs in São Paulo as well as local art events.
Recently, she was invited to participate in the Design Weekend São Paulo, which was held in September 2014. This is one of the biggest art and design festivals in Latin America. Patricia Cornish curated a group exhibition of Brazilian and British talents that became one of the most visited events of the Design Weekend.
A particular highlight of the festival was the work of local São Paulo artist Luiz Machado. He prepared a series of witty miniature sculptures that enchanted art lovers. Shown here courtesy of Galeria Patricia Cornish is his piece entitled “Sob a Nuvem” (Under a Cloud) that was also featured in September’s Revista Casa Claudia, an influential design magazine, as one of the top works during the Design Weekend. Click here for the article and for any other queries, feel free to contact Galeria Patricia Cornish.