Friday, February 29, 2008

From Isabelle Glaize

Juste pour info, j'ai un collègue de l'atelier de sculpture de Port Chester qui fait une "exhibition" du 1er au 22 mars prochain à : Barrett art center, 55 Noxon St Poughkeepsie, New York. Horaires de 2 à 5 pm. Tel au cas ou : 1-845-471-2550. En fait, lui expose au upstair et il y a en même temps une autre exposition au downstair. ça peut être sympa. C'est de la sculpture sur terre. C'est quelqu'un qui a beaucoup d'imagination. Certaines françaises doivent même peut être le connaitre car il est accordeur de piano de métier. Son nom est Joël TRIEGER
Clicl oin the title for the website.......

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Opening In Larchmont this Saturday March 1st

On view in NYC: Marc Riboud

Marc Riboud Website:

UNTIL MARCH 8th Galleries around 57th Street

Howard Greenberg Gallery specializes in classic twentieth century photography.
New York – Howard Greenberg Gallery proudly presents a retrospective exhibition of rare vintage and contemporary photographic prints on the work of acclaimed French photojournalist Marc Riboud, one of the great names of Magnum who is best known for his extensive world read more, on the title

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

About the show..........

Opinionist: Sunday in the Park with George

Photo: Joan Marcus It’s fitting that the elegant revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical Sunday in the Park with George – currently at Studio 54 following an acclaimed London run – brings the latest advances in animation and digital projection to the stage. After all, the show takes as inspiration Georges Seurat and his 19th century masterpiece A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, which was itself informed by cutting-edge...

Continue Reading "Opinionist: Sunday in the Park with George" clicking on the title,,

Sunday, February 24, 2008

on view at the FIAF New York

ExhibitionSarah Caron: Itinerrance

Thursday, February 7 - Wednesday, March 5

For the past decade, French photographer Sarah Caron has traveled the world, working both in journalism and on longform projects. Her work has taken her to many continents, with assignments in Thailand...........more Click on the title,,,

Update Horticultural Lecture

Alexander Reford
Jardins de Métis : Making an Historic Garden Hip
Wednesday, February 27 at 6pm
New York School of Interior Design
170 E. 70th St, Manhattan

"A great-grandson of Elsie Reford, creator of Les Jardins de Métis in Quebec, since 1995 Alexander Reford has stewarded a complete transformation of the Reford Gardens and its historic buildings.. In addition to positioning the garden as a leader in nature conservation in Canada, he co-founded the International Garden Festival, first held in 2000 and today considered one of the world’s premier garden design events. This past fall, the festival focused on the myriad ways in which sound impacts the experience of the garden, with collaborations by landscape architects and sound artists. Reford’s lecture tells the story of Les Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens and the International Garden Festival, and addresses the challenges of making a historic garden appealing to a new generation of visitors."

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Outside of LONDON

The Pride of the Valley
Sculpture Park
Farnham , SURREY
just in case you are travelling to London and have an extra day to spend outside of London

Saturday, February 16, 2008


Current Exhibit @ Wellcome Collection
183 Euston RoadLondon NW1 2BE

This is maybe what I'm going to do this coming week...during my HOLIDAYS in LONDON and PARIS..........
..SO you know why this blog won't be much updated or all of a sudden with lots of european infos (more than usual!)......See you next week....

Thursday, February 14, 2008


Moonlight Kisses - 2007
oil on canvas
32 x 48 inches (81.28 x 121.92 cm)
Opening on Saturday, February 16th and running through March 15, 2008 are the following exhibitions;
(Artists will be present on Saturday, February 16th from 3-5pm)
..........more on the website......

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Art Gallery in Scardale

Zhang Huan
"To Add One Meter to an Anonymous Mountain" 1995
27 x 40"

“CHINA HERE AND NOW”February 29 – April 5, 2008
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present the first exhibition and sale of important contemporary Chinese photography in Westchester, entitled “China Here and Now.” The exhibit includes works by some of China’s most renowned artists, including Hong Hao, Rong Rong, Wang Jinsong, Wang Qingsong, Zhang Dali, Cang Xin and Zhang Huan. This groundbreaking exhibition, “China Here and Now” opens on Friday, February 29 from 6-8pm, and will be on display through Saturday, April 5, 2008. A gallery lecture by independent curator, Taliesin Thomas, Director ART ASIA will take place on Wednesday, March 5th at 7pm at the gallery (free and open to the public).

Chinese contemporary artists have a compelling story to tell. Layered, enticing, and provocative, Chinese contemporary art has exploded on to the international art scene with vision and vigor. From biennales to art galleries to the dramatic pauses between leading auction sales, contemporary Chinese art is infusing the global art market with its unique psychology, all while China leads the globe into the twenty-first century with magnanimous growth on all fronts.

Photography has traditionally been used as way of recording important rites of passage in Chinese society - the individual as a baby, the individual with parents, with siblings, with members of extended family, or with participants in some collective event. During the tumultuous years of the Cultural Revolution photography lost its right as a means of capturing such unique moments among family and friends. During that time photos were used for strict propagandist purposes and unofficial photography for remembrance sake was considered unacceptable.

Over the last thirty years this situation has completely reversed. With a rousing new sense of freedom at their fingertips, contemporary Chinese artists have transformed the medium of photography from a stationary form of documentation to an outright colorful and risqué expression of the times. Chinese artists are boldly turning the lens toward culture itself, capturing the incredible growing pains and dramatic changes taking place in every area of Chinese society.

The work of Rong Rong, as represented by his “Ruin Series”, documents various dilapidated buildings around Beijing and their traces of human occupation. These poetic images of rubble and solitary walls are poignant examples of a lost world. The work of Wang Qingsong, on the other hand, conjures up a fantastical world of myth and innuendo. Using a dynamic combination of documentary, performance, installation, and scroll photography, Wang Qingsong’s lively spectacles expose an array of contradictions that result in the pairing of ancient Chinese civilization with the disposable urges of modern-day development, resulting in condemning and inspirational works. Other rare examples of the innovative use of photography are represented in the exhibition such as the vibrant assemblages of common objects by artist Hong Hao, and the humorous tongue portraits of artist Cang Xin. It is evident that Chinese artists have reinvented photography as an unabashed art form, one that dramatically tells the story of China here and now.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Browse the Catalogue

If you don't have your tickets to access the Auction on feb 14th at 7pm @Sotheby's, at least you can browse the catalogue....It gives you estimates if interested in buying...

Monday, February 11, 2008

Some sound this time....

I won't go as I will be in England but I've already been to listen to him and not just once..So GO ..
Antoine Bleck, with Dusty Wright
at Opia
130 E 57
10 pm , february 20
$10 cover, no minimum,
call for rerservations, for show, or dinner before the show
212 688 3939

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Association For Artist

Blue Door Artist Association= For you, Artist

Might help you as a way to get organized if you don't have you website ready for example ..........and provide you with opportunities of showing,.........

Check for example Ann ladd Ferencz Artworks by clicking on the title....

Newark Museum in New Jersey

Great Tour last thursday with LMNY at the NEWARK MUSEUM in New Jersey.
In addition to a great extensive collection of American Art, lots of tresaures in African Art, Thibetan Art , etc,,,and a gem =the Ballantine House
It easy to get there, you park just right to it and for children , they have a great choisce without being overwhelmed like at the MET

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Opening Reception in...LARCHMONT !!!!!!!!

Opening Reception
Saturday, February 16, 6 - 8pm

I've never been to this gallery but this is so great to have an opening in LARCHMONT!!
I might try to go ..
1989 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538 T. 914.840.4151
© 2007 Anelle Gandelman Fine Art LLC
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri 10-6, Sat 12-5, and by appt

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Busy friday Evening in New York

(Artforum Source)
Did you have the choice between the LFNY GALA or Jasper John New Exhibit's Opening in Chelsea?

Well read about the opening in Chelsea:

Jasper Johns was in such animated conversation with Matthew Marks on Friday night, at the Chelsea dealer’s opening of “Jasper Johns: Drawings 1997–2007,”...........
Click on the title to read more.........

Art Fairs in February? what and where

Art Madrid Madrid, Spain | Feb 13 - 17 check
ARCOMadrid, Spain | Feb 13 - 18

If staying in New York: check:
The Art Show (ADAA)New York, NY | Feb 21 - 25

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Video on Women in Art

Thanks Claire for sharing this video with us (click on the title to see it)

For details about each painting Check :

La vidéo "Women in Art", réalisée par l'énigmatique créateur Eggman913 dans le Missouri aux Etats-Unis, est une hymne impressionnante consacrée à l'histoire de l'art à travers l'image de la femme. La musique est celle de Yo-Yo Ma jouant la Sarabande de la Suite pour Violoncelle n° 1 de Bach.

Cette vidéo, téléchargée sur de nombreux sites vidéo collaboratifs, a créé une vraie euphorie sur le web. Rien que sur le site YouTube, elle a été visionnée par plus de 5,3 millions visiteurs et elle a suscité plus de 10.000 commentaires endéans 2 mois. Elle est référencée sur des centaines de blogs à travers le monde.

Cette vidéo est un vrai chef d'oeuvre d'art digital sur les plans de la maîtrise technique et de la créativité artistique. Eggma913 a créé d'autres vidéos intéressantes, accessibles sur YouTube, moyennant le logiciel de "morphing" d'images FantaMorph d'Abrosoft.

Les oeuvres d'art utilisées pour la création du film "Women in Art" ont été répertoriées par Boni, instructrice professionnelle au "Fayetteville Technical Community College" sur son site
dédié aux novices de l'Internet.
Merci à Jeroen Wijering pour la mise à disposition du script "JW FLV player" sous licence commerciale (No 2007.3264)

On view in Chelsea @ Gagosian (21st Street)

At SOTHEBYS.COM/RED, take a peek at the (RED) Art Auction, to be held on Valentine's Day at Sotheby's in New York. Hosted by Damien Hirst and (RED) co-founder Bono, the auction will feature donated works from more than 60 contemporary artists, including Jasper Johns, Jeff Koons, Cecily Brown, Takashi Murakami, and of course, Damien Hirst, seeking to raise money for the Global Fund, to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.

Damien Hirst said to the Independent, "Money is a key and what we raise from this auction will make a huge difference for a lot of people. For a relatively small amount of effort on each artist's part we can actually save many lives. It's great to be able to give something back and make a difference."

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Lesley Heller Gallery *** for welcoming LMNY

Thank you Lesley for welcoming us last thursday (11 of us) during LMNY's Galleries Tour around 7Upper East Side.. Thank you for sharing your comments and Infos on Grace Knowlton the artist on view...and for inviting us for the next opening on .."Valentine Day" = february 14th...from 6pm...
Go and check on the website ..and keep in mind the new address: 16 East 77th Street.....
See you again

Saturday, February 2, 2008

NOW=First Saturday au Neuberger

Family and Kids Programs

Discover art together through themed-gallery talks and related hands-on art workshops for children, and live music by Purchase College Conservatory of Music students. Workshops are for children ages 5-10.

Like the artists featured in Person of the Crowd, children will create art about observations on everyday life.

Free admission for all 12-5 pm.