Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Alice Aycock Parrish Museum Opening review

 
Alice Aycock Drawings:Some Stories Are Worth Repeating
April 21, 2013 to July 13, 2013
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Ayice Aycock, The Parrish Crowd
 
The opening of Alice Aycock's Drawings, at the Parrish Museums last night was well attended. Alice's exhibition was interspersed with sculptural maquettes depicted with in the drawings. An understanding of Sacred Geometry was explored; possible astrological or mystical influences could be interpreted from this display. Incorporated into the images, as an understanding of Art, Design & Architecture stated as artistic metaphors seen in engineering, reflections into Di Vinci, M.C. Esher, and from my viewpoint the early Russian Avant Garde art.   Additional vast cultural influences may be seen in the works reflective of Thangka paintings, Persian Mosaics, possible engineered space and time warps. Aycock's unusual mechanical perspective was in part noted as foray into computer imagery. The artists expression is labeled as...Aycock is an artist who thinks on paper,” writes Terrie Sultan ... “Her spectacular drawings are equal parts engineering plan and science-fiction imagining. As in all of her work, fantastic narrative writings weave in and out of her images, inspiring her production of sculptural objects, drawings, and installations.”... Sultan Terri, http://parrishart.org/ 4/21/2013 Parrish Art Museum’s Adjunct Curator Jonathan Fineberg, Gutgsell Professor of Art History Emeritus at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign  Urbaan, organized this exhibit. The exhibition's slant or emphasis seems to reflect Urbana's academic environment, as a great Social Science university possibly not fully capturing the intend of the works as displayed. Language as Metaphor, seen to be developed with in a statistical analytic lens possibly seen as the computer or engineering may have influenced this curators understanding, spin, and or story retelling with in the exhibition as dialogue. I felt the display of Alice Aycock's work, Some Stories Are Worth Repeating, shown in an almost static atmosphere not in keeping for what is an outstanding etherial, out of the box, collection of works. Do visit the Parrish on line or in person to enjoy Alice Aycock’s works.

 

Sunday, April 21, 2013

If your around: TODAY 4 - 7 PM AT THE MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN ART


TODAY 4 - 7 PM
 AT THE MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN ART
  PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE OPENING RECEPTION
FOR
THE SPRING SHOW 

SHARED OBSERVATIONS

Featuring
VASILY KAFANOV
GREGORY GUREVICH
OLGA NENAZHIVINA
MARCELA CARVALHO
SASHA MERET
NAUM MEDOVOY
AGNIESZKA KRYSTON
IRINA KASPERSKAYA 
  
Exhibition will be on view from April 20 through May 4, 2013
Museum hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
3 p.m - 7 p.m.
 
Marcela Carvalho
Marcela Carvalho
  
Naum Medovoy
Naum Medovoy
   
  
  
 
Olga Nenazhivina
Olga Nenazhivina
   
  
  
  
  
  
Irina Kasperskaya
  
Vasily Kafanov
Vasily Kafanov
     
  
  
  
Sasha Meret
Sasha Meret
        
  
  
Grigory Gurevich
Grigory Gurevich
     
  
  
  
  
  
  
Agnieszka Kryston
Agnieszka Kryston
 
MORA/Museum of Russian Art
 80 Grand St. Jersey City, NJ 07302
(near Exchange Place Path train Subway station)
For directions, click here.
For more information:
Contact Margo Grant: (917) 449-2842 or visit our website!

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Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873): Durfee brothers Portraits

James Durfee, Jr. and Horatio Nelson Durfee were two of six children born to James Durfee (1803-1889) a New Bedford, Massachusetts blacksmith, and his first wife Mary Allen (1798-1842). On March 23, 1843, James Durfee, Sr. married Julia Vinal (1822-1855) and the couple had two daughters, Mary Walker Durfee, born January 31, 1847, and Ellen Wade Durfee, born April 16, 1849.

Jean-Baptiste-Camille
Corot (1796-1875) - Le repos dans la prairie

Literature: A. Robaut, L'oeuvre de Corot, catalogue raisonné et illustré, Paris, 1965, vol. III, pp. 208-09, no. 1859.
Provenance: M. Détrimont, Paris,
in 1866 M. Martin, Paris M. le Comte Doria, purchased from the above in 1868 Young Sale, Christie’s London, 1 July 1910, lot 228 with M. Knoedler & Co., New York, 1911
Volute Krater by the Niobid Painter
Paul Pletka, American
While the Ravens ...
Articulated Figure
African American
Jean B. Camille Corot
Marecages boisee ...
Marble Lokapala
China, Tang Dynasty
Chinese Earth Spirits
Tang Dynasty
Framed Trousers
China, Zhou Dynasty
Mosasaur Prognathodon
Length 23 feet
Schtockschnitzler Simmons
Egyptian Harpocrates
Bronze, 1st-2nd C.
Egyptian Shabti
c. 26th Dynasty
Bentwood Box
Tlingit, American
Winston Churchill
First English Editions
Carrie M. Barnitz (?)
Dauphin County, PA
Haida Shaman Figure
19th Century
Henri Lebasque
Deux femmes dans ...
Federal Painted / Inlaid Stand. ex Schorsch coll.
Jacques-Emile Blanche
Dieppe
Wallace Fountain Clock
Gilt Bronze, Marble
Bwami Society Mask
Lega, Congo
“Miniature” Walnut
Drop-Leaf Table
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Art Monaco 2013
The exclusive contemporary art show at the renown Grimaldi Forum
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Saturday, April 13, 2013

New York Woman in Film & Television needs your help to preserve "Seven Women Seven Sins" Join now



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There are just 3 days left for you to rescue this sinful film by women!
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women directors: Helke Sander (GLUTTONY), Bette Gordon (GREED), Maxi 
Cohen (ANGER), Chantal Akerman (SLOTH), Valie Export (LUST), Laurence 
Gavron (ENVY), and Ulrike Ottinger (PRIDE). Each filmmaker chose a sin 
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Louis Stern Fine Arts: In the gallery with Cecilia Miguez, Saturday, April 13, 3-4PM

SoHyun An, Duel Contemplation: 4/17 BSC gallery, NYC


Dual Contemplation 57

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Monday, April 8, 2013

Re see our pricing plans for Fine Art Magazine


Kim Dorland Ghosts of You and Me @ the Mike Wiss Gallery




 Kim Dorland
 Ghosts of You and Me 

  Opening May 2, 2013
  On View Through June 8 

  520 West 24th Street
  New York, NY 10011
  T. 212 691 6899



Kim Dorland / Ghost of a Drunk (or Self-Portrait) / 2013 /
Oil and acrylic on jute over wood panel / 96 x 72 in.
Mike Weiss Gallery is pleased to present Canadian artist Kim Dorland's third solo exhibition at the gallery, a tour-de-force of large-scale oil works on canvas that transport us to a place of heightened psychological portent as they transfix us with an undeniably sensual physicality. Known for his thick impasto marks and near-sculptural effect, Dorland's newest body of work amps up recent color palettes, returning to fluorescent oranges and penetrating, acrid greens, liberating their application into a looser expression of drips and washes. The title, Ghosts of You and Me, besides being a Leonard Cohen lyric and woeful personal reflection, alludes to the at-times otherworldly glow that now grips his subjects: lone drunks and sleepwalking dreamers, ghostly clearings in dark forests, and glimpses of the artist so engulfed in his own creative act that we, as viewers, seem to hover at their perimeter.


  
For questions or more information, please contact Anna Ortt, Director, at anna@mikeweissgallery.com.  

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

See Casey Chalem Anderson: Breath of Salt Air, 1/2,2013





Rough Surf 30 x 40 oil on canvas
When you get down to the ocean you never quite know what to expect. Will it be peaceful and flat, or rough and churned up?  The sea with its changeable and unpredictable moods will confound you every time.
It doesn’t seem to matter what kind of temper the water is in. When we take it in and watch the action, we feel better.
I like to face the waves head on so that the horizon, the waves and the shore line up in horizontal bands.  You might notice most of my wave paintings are composed this way. There is something brave in facing the tangible force of the wave that helps to strengthen the backbone.
Until next time,
Casey

Special Art Offer: This year I decided that each month I would take 10% of my art sales and donate it to a different charity that I know.  This month that charity is “Have A Heart Community Trust” in Southampton, N.Y.  http://www.haveaheartcommunitytrust.org/
They give direct emergency relief to residents of the East End of Long Island in times of crisis.

Book Expo America, Seed Trees ArtClub Hojat Amani , All listed below


BookExpo America, June 4-7, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Roger Bilheimer
(203) 966-0792
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WILL SCHWALBE AND RANDI ZUCKERBERG TO KEYNOTE BEA BLOGGER CONFERENCE
Other Notable Panelists Also to Speak at Full Day Conference;
Breakfast, Lunch and Happy Hour Included
Over 400 Attendees in 2012!

Norwalk, CT, April 1, 2013:  Will Schwalbe and Randi Zuckerberg will headline the festivities at this year's edition of the BEA Blogger Conference which will take place on Wednesday, May 29th, 2013 in Hall A at the Javits Center in conjunction with BookExpo America (BEA).  Last year's Blogger Conference was a huge success with over 400 attendees.  Officials at BEA are eager to build on this success and will once again hold the conference on the day leading into BEA just before the exhibit floor opens on Thursday, May 30th.  This allows the book blogger community to have their own tailored event while being fully integrated into the activity of BEA and all that it affords.  Schwalbe, who will be the Opening Keynote speaking at 9:15am and Zuckerberg, who will be the Closing Keynote speaking at 4:00pm, will be joined by other notable panelists over the course of the day.  Participation in the BEA Blogger Conference includes breakfast, lunch, and a Happy Hour networking opportunity at the end of the day.       
Book Expo America will take place at the Javits Center Wednesday, May 30th - Sunday, June 1st, 2013.  Registration and tickets for the Book Blogger Conference are available at:
http://www.bookexpoamerica.com/Concurrent-Events/BEAs-Book-Blogger/#page=page-1



































Featured Work
April 2, 2013

Hojat Amani
Angel 4
Inkjet Print on Canvas
120 x 80 cm
2011

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