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AWAD galleries to participate in the Affordable Art Fair NYC March 30th – April 2nd

Monday, March 20th, 2017

A sure sign of Spring in Manhattan is the Affordable Art Fair  NYC  in Chelsea. This year’s edition includes  70 local, national, and international galleries offering an array of original artwork at many price points. There are also tours for adults and art workshops for children and families. This year we are delighted to see artists from seven member galleries represented. For more information on participating galleries please click on the individual galleries –

 The Linda Blackstone Gallery

Alicia David Contemporary Art

Caiger & Liberty

Arteria Gallery

DECORAZON Gallery

Elisa Contemporary Art

TAG Fine Arts

 

AAF NYC takes place at The Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, New York City
Public Fair Days:
Thursday, March 30 11am – 6pm, AAF After Dark 6pm – 9pm
Friday, March 31 11am – 8pm
Saturday, April 1 11am – 8pm
Sunday, April 2 11am – 5pm

Art courtesy of Decorazon Gallery – Erin Cone Blush 2 Acrylic on canvas, 12″ x 12″ / 30 x 30 cm

Women’s History Month Invitational at VanDeb Editions

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

 

VanDeb Editions has proudly celebrated Women’s History Month since 2010. This year they are honoring five women artists who have made prints with them in the last year.

The featured artists are Marina Adams, Nancy Azara, Andrea Belag (Sunnyside Yards #3 pictured above) , Joanne FreemanClaire Seidl and Dee Shapiro. All of the artists are mid-career engaged in lively art making and exhibiting. The show runs from March 1-31 at the Standard Motors Building Lobby. 37-18 Northern Blvd., Long Island City, NY.

Women’s History Month had its origins as a national celebration in 1981 when Congress authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week. Since 1995, Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama have issued a series of annual proclamations designating the month of March as Women’s History Month.” 

 

Bridging the Divide: AWAD collaborates with Pen + Brush during Armory Week 2017

Monday, February 27th, 2017

As we all grapple with how to face a world that looks, feels and almost is completely upside down, the role of art is more critical than ever.

Art has the capacity to freely reflect dissent, provoke empathy, and understanding, and offer solace through expressions of sheer humanity, beauty, and love.

This collaborative panel discussion on Thursday, March 2nd, in New York City, is set to prompt a productive dialog between artists and the arts professionals who work to support their voices. The event hashtag #ArtWomenUnite echoes our embrace of ALL women, working together in unity during changing times.  (more…)

LEAVINGS: The After Images at Garvey | Simon

Sunday, January 29th, 2017

Garvey|Simon is pleased to announce the exhibition, Leavings: The After Images, now on view through February 11, 2017. This group show focuses on the after-life of objects, offering an alternative lens through which to view images and ephemera as varied as a designer shoebox, a Warhol wig or a worm-eaten branch.

Participating artists include – Alan Bray, Janet Fish, Margot Glass, Joan Grubin, Ray Kass, Linda Lindroth, Sandy Litchfield, David Morrison, Julia Randall, and Mary Reilly.

Vroom Vroom Beep Beep, at Susan Eley Fine Art

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
 CAROLYN MONASTRA, BURNED OUT CAR, EAST BASTROP, TEXAS, USA, 2011 (2011),

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of Vroom Vroom Beep Beep, a group exhibition featuring paintings and photographs by Charles Buckley, John Conn, Victor Honigsfeld, Valeri Larko, Beñat Iglesias López, Carolyn Monastra, Maria Passarotti and Ruth Shively.

The car is so much more than a machine that moves people from point A to point B. It is a symbol of freedom, an emblem of America’s pioneering spirit, a status symbol, a mark of one’s wealth, and sometimes, a sad substitute for a home or a temporary place to lay one’s head. In addition to driving (pun intended) the nation’s economy and commerce, the car has played an important role in American culture – high and low—making appearances in advertisements, pop songs, film and fine art. This celebration of the culture of the car in America will run from January 12-February 24, 2017.

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