Thursday, October 30, 2008

3 days only...

If you can't go there to see Charlelie's work and you missed the last studio's visit, don't hesitate
Send a mail to annie [] with the indication LMNY somewhere... and she will be able to arrange an appointment

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Paris la Belle...Prevert et ses collages

L’exposition "Jacques Prévert, Paris la belle" fait état du lien étroit entre Prévert et Paris, depuis sa petite enfance dans le quartier du jardin du Luxembourg jusqu’à son statut d’icône de Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Fondamentalement populaire et singulière, l’oeuvre de Jacques Prévert est à redécouvrir dans son intégralité.

De sa jeunesse contestataire à son amitié avec Joan Miró, Alexander Calder ou Pablo Picasso, de son métier de scénariste à la complicité qu’il tisse avec de nombreux photographes, cette exposition, bâtie sur les archives personnelles du poète, révèle un homme dont l’esprit, plus de trente ans après sa disparition, reste d’une fraîcheur et d’une actualité sans conteste.

......entree libre Mairie de Paris,.......jusqu'au 25 fevrier

en francais ecoutez a propos de "Performances"

"Il y a quelques jours, le CENTQUATRE proposait un débat dans le cadre de la FIAC et de son cycle de performances.
Orchestré par Arnaud Laporte, il réunissait en salle 200 Robert Cantarella, Thomas Clerc, Frédéric Fisbach, Massimo Furlan et David Zerbib. Pour ceux qui auraient manqué cet événement, nous en proposons aujourd'hui un podcast sur "

What else in Paris: LE CORBUSIER

"A glimpse of genius
Le Corbusier's last appartment is now open to the public......."

After a visit to the Fiac, this visit is on my "To Do List" and this might be a beginning of LMNY In Paris or LMPARIS!

what's going on in Paris?

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Walker Evans
[Arts - Photo & vidéo]
Lieu : Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson - Paris
Dates : du 10 Septembre 2008 au 21 Décembre 2008

Monday, October 27, 2008

FIAC: despite the crisis, art collectors still get out their chequebooks

Yes I went to the Fiac Grand Palais and Cour Carree.....It was a lot of fun..I met Michel Gerard and Orlan...yes the one with a funny hairdo in front of one of her photos,......
I brought back a few book edited by Art Price..Tell me if you're interested....

Monday, October 20, 2008

Save the date December 11th Opening in Chelsea for Laurence Neron-Bancel

yes Save the dates....DECEMBER 9-13 ...5 days for going to CHELSEA @ Ceres Gallery , 547 West 27th St Suite 201 New York, NY
I will be showing my collages about New York and America.

Please save the date in your calendar for the opening, december 11th 6-8 pm
I hope to see you there.

Meanwhile, I will get some more inspiration at the FIAC in Paris this week ...and will work a lot to prepare this exhibit...So dont get surprised if I'm not posting infos on Arts or events as often as I usually do , (1 per day in average)..I will resume shortly....See you

Sunday, October 19, 2008

a Message from TAMAR HIRSCHL

Dear Friends,
My video ‘Plot’ will be featured at Gallery 744 in Newark, New Jersey as part of the Newark Arts Council’s ‘Open Doors 2008’:
Opening Reception Hosted by Mayor Cory A. Booker
Thursday, October 23, 5 pm—8 pm
October 23 – December 5, 2008
Wednesday—Saturday, 11 am–4 pm
National Newark Building, 744 Broad Street, Ground Floor (enter on Clinton Street), Newark, NJ
For more information call 973.643.1625 or visit

I have a print at James Cohan Gallery - 2008 benefit gala auction fornon-profitNURTUREart Inc.:
Monday, October 27th at 7 pm, exclusive VIP Preview at 6:30 pm
James Cohan Gallery
533 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001
For more information or to purchase tickets please visit

The HUC-JIR Museum has my mural, Exodus II, on display in the group exhibit “Maps”:

September 25, 2008 – January 30, 2009
One West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012

Best wishes,

Tamar Hirschl
601 West 26th Street, Suite #1450
New York, NY 10001
212.255.1440 phone/fax

Thursday, October 16, 2008

A message from Gregoire GANTER

A message from Gregoire GANTER

Dear friends:

I am participating in Vida's market this weekend and would love to see you there.

Vida's market is the first market in New York dedicated to selling original items for children, babies and expecting moms and showcases a great group of young, up and coming designers.

I will be showing prints and cards from my Lea's Alphabets collection, as well as unveiling a new line of magnets based on my designs.

YES, fridge magnets!!! You read correctly.

In addition to keeping your kids busy for at least 15 minutes at a time while you (cook, read your paper, drink your coffee, you know the drill...) these magnets will help your children learn their alphabet and items they may find in their fridge. A is for apple, C is for corn, S is for strawberry etc... At $23 for a full set, they make great gifts as well.

Vida's market:
Saturday October 18
@ The Greenwich Village School (courtyard - rain location is inside the school)
116 W. 11th St
from 10am to 6pm.

For more information and a map, please visit the news and notes section at:

See you Saturday!!!!!!


Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Suny Purchase : School of Art+Design..Tout un programme!

Fall 2008 Visiting Artist 's Talks
The School of Art+Design Visiting Artist's Talks brings to campus noted artists, curators, critics and historians who share their perspectives and expertise on their own work and provide insight into current issues facing the contemporary artist and designer.

WHAT: School of Art+Design Visiting Artist's Talks
WHEN: Wednesdays at 6:30PM (See dates below)
WHERE: School of Art+Design | RM 1016 | Directions | Park in W-1 lot
WHO: Email Ebony at for more info!
HOW MUCH: Free & Open to the Public


09/10/08 Melanie Baker, Drawing
09/17/08 Pablo Helguera, Interdisciplinary Artist, Writer
09/23/08 Wendy Maruyama, Artist-In-Residence
09/24/08 Sue Coe, Illustrator, Journalist, Artist
10/08/08 Beth Campbell, Interdisciplinary Artist
10/15/08 Mathew Ronay, Sculptor
10/22/08 Tom Burckhardt, Painter (Art+Design, BFA, Alumnus '86)
10/29/08 Mira Schor, Painter
11/19/08 Kathy Butterly, Sculptor
12/10/08 Kirsten Hassenfeld, Sculptor

Chelsea Gallery ..OK and then?

What beats having your work represented at a Chelsea Gallery? Right now nothing!
Maybe next year I will answer:
Being selected by world class jurors and shown amongst the best in the contemporary art world at Bridge Art Fair, Miami 2008.

Here is another work of art I'm thinking to select for the Show @ CERES GALLERY Chelsea, dec 9-13

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Collage being shown in Chelsea

I'm preparing a show around the theme of New-York, America and maybe only in Black white and red....So far this is the idea..I will show you the ones I'v selected so far...
After the I Love NY,,here is Colors of Liberty..
Save the day for the Opening Dec 11 2008 Chelsea..........

Monday, October 13, 2008

Save the date: opening for LM Art Collages in Chelsea

Opening dec 11 6-8pm
Ceres Gallery -Chelsea

More infos soon.............

open Studio @EFA

This is also where I went to listen to Shirin Neshat....Very Interesting..Lesley Dill was among the you remember her show at the Neuberger?...a year ago...

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Opening reception Tom Otterness Studio

If you didn't go last week end during OHNY, here is another opportunity to visit Tom Otterness Studio (though Tom might not be talking as much about his work this time) as there is an Opening Reception for Christof KOHLHOFER and Zadik ZADIKIAN ..October 19,2008, 12-3pm
The adress: 96 4th Street between Hoyt and Bond Brooklyn.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Better than the original!!!!!

Thank you Saturday Night Live ..........Especially for those who can watch but can't vote: at least, let's have some fun :

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

tomorrow...Lecture with SHIRIN NESHAT

Shirin Neshat, “Pari”, 2008, C-print and ink, 72 x 49 1/2 inches,
Edition of 5 + 2 APs, Copyright Shirin Neshat, Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery

Upcoming Event: Shirin Neshat
ArteEast and EFA Project Space present:

Across Histories

Informal talks with artists, writers, and curators
Curated by Nadia Ayari and Anna Swank

EFA Project Space, 323 W. 39 Street, 2 Fl., New York City

Free and open to the public

*Thursday, October 9, 7PM

Shirin Neshat

Having just completed her first feature length film, Women Without Men, re-adaptation of a novel written by Shahrnush Parsipur and shot in Morocco, Shirin Neshat will share her experiences as she has been navigating between the languages of visual arts and cinema. She will screen excerpts from her feature film as well as her latest video installations.

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Not too far...@ Lehman College Art Gallery

Bedford Park Boulevard West • Bronx, NY 10468 • 718.960.8731

Elizabeth Jobim: Endless Lines

Tony Bechara: Grand Canyon

October 7 - December 15, 2008

co-curated by Claudia Calirman and Susan Hoeltzel

Infos Pratiques Studio a LYON

Au cas ou vous chercheriez a vous loger a LYON pour une courte duree, sans aller a l'hotel.......

Lyon 2°- Bellecour Saint-Exupéry
Un studio de 20 m²
à deux pas de la Place Bellecour

(1 à 2 personnes)

Studio sous les toits, plein de charme

En plein centre de la presqu’île, dans un bel immeuble bourgeois, au 6ème étage dont 5 avec ascenseur, sur cour, très calme.

Une grande pièce (30 m² dont 20 habitables), entièrement refaite avec deux vélux, contenant un lit double (140 x 180), une penderie, une table, 2 chaises, un meuble bas, 1 lampadaire, une télévision, un pouf Chauffage électrique.
Une kitchenette équipée, plaques électriques, réfrigérateur, petit four, bouilloire électrique, grille pain, cafetière, Vaisselle et ustensiles de cuisine, fer, planche à repasser. Chauffage électrique. Accès internet.

Situation à 100 mètres de la Place Bellecour, du métro (lignes À et D) et lignes de bus, à 2 stations de la gare SNCF Perrache (10 mn à pied), en face d’une station Velo’v (location courte durée de vélo) Boulangerie, épicerie au pied de l’immeuble.

Bellecour Saint-Exupéry

Une salle de bains privative, avec douche, lavabo et wc.

Draps et serviettes changés chaque semaine.

Exhibit inside Trinity Church

in addition to the trinity Museum
Explore our museum and experience the rich history of Trinity Church. Tours of the church take place 7 days a week at 2 pm. There is an additional tour following the 11:15 Holy Eucharist every Sunday. For groups of 5 or more, call (212) 602-0872 to arrange your tour. Admission is free.

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5:30pm
(closed during the 12:05 Service)

Saturday & Sunday: 9am - 3:45pm

there is also exhibit inside the museum

Opening October 12th 1-3 pm

At the JEWISH Museum until Jan 4th 2009

Exhibition Review | 'The Dead Sea Scrolls'
Peering Into the Mystery of Those Enigmatic Fragments

Read the Article from the New York Times..

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Artist Talk and Closing Party October 30th

(Norma Marquez Orozco Work)

(Alexis Duque work)
discovered during this past week end : Harlem Open Studio..
12 artists are showing their works.......
Daniel Baltzer
Helen Deenis
Alexis Duque
Luis Martin
Anne Pomponio
Lina Puerta
Robin Rule
Julia San Martin
Nikki Schiro
Susan Stair
Traci Talasco

If you missed the opening , make it for the closing party
THURSDAY OCTOBER 30th 6:30pm-9pm

Saturday, October 4, 2008

What's going on in Scarsdale?

PAC-MEN, iPHONES, AND COOLWARE: Contemporary Ceramics by Sydney Albertini, Mouna Chamariq, Gary DiPasquale, Megumi Naitoh, and Jesse Small
Oct 3 - Nov 29, 2008

Friday, October 3, 2008

A L'art rencontre avec ......CHARLELIE


Vous avez rate l'expo de Charlelie en France a Perpignan?

....LMNY vous invite a le rencontrer dans son studio a New York
Save the date OCTOBER 17th a 19 heures,.........Infos a suivre

*Archives:A Cent Metres du Centre du Monde Centre d'Art Contemporain

Les hommes construisent les villes à leur image.
Les villes ressemblent à ceux qui les ont voulues, ceux qui les ont rêvées.
Observer la ville, c’est scanner la société qui l’a construite.

New York. Rues perpendiculaires et avenues parallèles, enchevêtrement de pensées et de pulsions contradictoires, paradoxes exacerbés ou évidences assimilées, les villes sont à l’image de ceux qui les ont inventées.

Carton, ou rideaux de vinyl, j’aime travailler sur des supports pauvres et leur donner une beauté et peut-être une valeur.

Marcher vite ou sans rythme, ou rouler sur mon vieux vélo dans les rues et les avenues rectilignes.
Soudain, je m’arrête, clic/clac, je prends une photo. Je ne sais pas pourquoi, je trouve cet instant trop beau. Je veux le garder.

Peintre/ Photographe
Je suis simplement un artiste parmi les milliers d’artistes qui profitent des forces telluriques qui tournent et se contredisent pour mieux alimenter et stimuler l’imaginaire au cœur de New York.
Comme si le monde tournait autour de cette ville-phare.
Comme si c’était le centre du monde.
Ah non, c’est vrai que le Centre du monde est ailleurs…
Disons que nous en sommes toujours à quelques mètres !

New York (Avril 10 2008)

Crazzy about Gilbert& George? Don't miss:

Saturday October 4th 7:00 p.m. Artist Talk
BROOKLYN MUSEUM Meet at the Entrance to Rotunda Gallery, 5th Floor

Gilbert and George discuss their work. Free tickets are available at the Visitor Center at 5 p.m.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its "First Saturdays" program, the Brooklyn Museum invites a provocative mix of musicians and artists to ring in the good times. Among the distinguished invitees is the British duo Gilbert & George, self-proclaimed "living sculptures" (basically performance artists who never get out of character). The two, having garnered much attention for their controversial themes (their 1995 "Naked Shit Pictures" series displayed their naked bodies alongside giant turds), have chosen to bring their 20-year-retrospective world tour to a close here. The double G's will discuss their works, which riff on subjects like religion, sexuality, race, superstition, death, and terrorism. Other highlights include transsexual Kate Bornstein's performance, On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us and the screening of Michael Winterbottom's 24 Hour Party People. The night ends with a sexy salsa dance party. EUDIE PAK.Village Voice

Infos on the exhibit @ Brooklyn Museum

Thursday, October 2, 2008

to whom it concerns

Je connais au moins un lecteur qui se sentira concerne! Newsletter

Arts Scene
Enjoy the fall weather by visiting the magnificent floral displays at the New York Botanical Garden. Botanists here learned how to cultivate chrysanthemums during a five-year cultural exchange with Japanese growers, and the resulting fall blooms are on display in Kiku: The Art of the Japanese Chrysanthemum. Over at the American Museum of Natural History, the effects of global warming are explained in Climate Change: The Threat to Life and A New Energy Future. John Adams’ contemporary opera, Dr. Atomic, opening in mid-October at the Metropolitan Opera, explores a momentous episode of modern history: the creation of the atomic bomb. The title role of J. Robert Oppenheimer is sung by baritone Gerald Finley. And the noted sculptor Alexander Calder gets an unusual retrospective at the Whitney Museum, highlighting his early work from the age of 27 to 34, in Alexander Calder: The Paris Years, 1926–1934. Featuring Calder’s charming Circus, the exhibition looks at the birth of the artist’s signature mobiles.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

What's going on in YALE ,,Center of British Art?

Sun, Wind, and Rain: The Art of David Cox
16 OCTOBER, 2008 — 4 JANUARY, 2009

This autumn the Yale Center for British Art will be the first and only U.S. venue for a major retrospective of David Cox (1783-1859). Marking the 150th anniversary of the artists death, Sun, Wind, and Rain: The Art of David Cox examines the work of this important figure in the development of British landscape and watercolor painting.

The first significant exhibition devoted to his work since 1983, it includes more than one hundred of his watercolors and drawings and approximately a dozen oil paintings. The works are drawn from the Center's collection, as well as from public and private collections in Great Britain and the United States. Sun, Wind, and Rain: The Art of David Cox has been co-organized with Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, England, where it will be on view in early 2009.

The exhibition takes its title from one of Coxs best-known watercolors, painted in 1845. Showing a farmer and his wife riding through stormy open ry as a distant train crosses the horizon, Sun, Wind, and Rain (Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery) is emblematic of the concerns with the representation of light and atmosphere and weather that lie at the heart of his landscape art.