Monday, December 21, 2009


Sunday, December 6, 2009

For Picasso'lovers :Save the Date

NEW YORK, NY.- Picasso in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA a landmark exhibition of 150 works by Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973), will present an unprecedented opportunity to view the Met's extensive collection of the artist's work. Opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on April 27, 2010, this first exhibition to focus exclusively on works by Picasso in the collection will reveal the Museum's complete holdings of the artist's paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics—never before seen in their entirety—as well as a significant selection of his prints.

Friday, December 4, 2009

DECEMBRE 9 ...ROE a la maison de la Region Languedoc-Roussillon a NEW YORK

Paru sur French Morning News.......: Bravo Fabienne
Roé en concert à La Maison de la Région Languedoc- Roussillon04/12/2009
La Maison de la Région Languedoc- Roussillon reçoit la chanteuse Roé ainsi que trois autres artistes françaises Mercredi 9 Décembre.

Pour la première fois à New- York, Roé présente son nouvel album “Madame”. Avec son registre pop hispanisant et flamboyant, cette chanteuse française dévoile par cet album une palette musicale riche et colorée. Le concert sera accompagné d’une exposition des oeuvres d’Eve, graphique designer, de Fabienne Cuter, peintre et sculpteur et de Raya, photographe de Mode, et sera suivi d’un cocktail de vin du Sud de la France.
Le 9 décembre à 7pm à La Maison de la Région Languedoc- Roussillon . 10 east 53rd Street/ 5 Ave.

a ne pas vous n'avez deja vos places..

Paru sur French Morning News.......

In French Film Festival
Neuf films pour la bonne cause30/11/2009
Vincent Perez, Pascal Elbé et Denis Dercourt arriveront tout droit de France pour l’occasion. (Vincent Elbaz également prévu s'est décommandé). Le Festival In French with English Subtitles, avec neuf films programmés les 4, 5 et 6 Décembre, rappelle aussi ce qu’est l’Entraide Française.
Lire la suite:

Susan Collis ...and the Armory Show

Susan Collis named The Armory Show’s 2010 Commissioned Artist
British artist known for meticulous replicas of everyday objects

The Armory Show has commissioned British artist Susan Collis to create the visual identity for the 2010 fair. Collis’s artwork, which concentrates on meticulous recreations of everyday objects, will set the aesthetic for the fair’s look, will be featured in all of the fair’s advertising and marketing materials and will be showcased in the catalogue. This will be the ninth year The Armory Show has commissioned an artist to define the image of the fair.
Collis is known for painstaking facsimiles of mundane objects, which force viewers to reconsider details they may not have initially paid attention to. In "Made Good" (2007), a typical piece for the artist, what initially looks like a Phillips screw sticking out of the gallery wall is in fact made of gems and precious metals. As part of the installation/performance “SWEAT” (2008), a digital clock seems to mark time in the background; but the display is not an LCD – instead, the time is a stop-motion animation composed of 12,000 individual drawings. Emblematic of Collis' extreme perseverance, the clock is unfinished and will take approximately two more years to complete.
According to Executive Director Katelijne De Backer, “We are very pleased to have Susan Collis represent The Armory Show 2010. Her attention to detail will make for a memorable esthetic for the fair, and her playful tweaking of viewers’ expectations will remind us to look beyond the surface.”
Susan Collis has exhibited in the United States, France and throughout the United Kingdom. Her work was recently featured as part of Out of the Ordinary at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Upcoming solo exhibitions include Espacio Minimo in Madrid on December, 2009, and Galerie Frank Elbaz in Paris on June, 2010. She is represented by SEVENTEEN, London.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Message from Sandy Goodman

Hi-- This is a bit of a late notice, sorry......
My son Scott Goodman will be exhibiting a Painting in this upcoming Group Show at the Pelham Art Center.
The Center is also having a Holiday and Craft Sale at the same time, so it is also a good opportunity for shopping.

Opening Reception and all age art Workshops
Sunday, December 6, 1:30 - 3:30

On Exhibition: December 1, 2009 - January 16, 2010

Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Avenue, Pelham NY
914-738-2525 or
Hours:T-F 10-6 pm, Sat.12-4 pm

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Paru sur French Morning News..

Laurence Neron-Bancel travaille le temps et la mémoire à travers des collages, qu'elle expose à la Ceres Gallery du 1er au 12 décembre.

Cette artiste française s’inspire de sa vie à New York qu’elle habite depuis 13 ans, mais aussi de ses nombreux voyages en Angleterre, en Argentine et à la Martinique. Sa sensibilité d’artiste, elle la doit aussi à son premier travail, celui de guide. Musées, galeries et studios d’artistes de New York, Laurence Neron-Bancel est largement imprégnée de la tendance artistique new yorkaise.

“Exposure” du 1er au 12 Décembre à la Ceres Gallery de Chelsea, 547 west 27th Street, suite 201.

Auteur : Peggy Bruguiere
Catégories : Agenda Expositions Guide


what's going on @ ICP on December 4th

Dress Codes Conversations: Wangechi Mutu with Kristen Lubben December 4 Friday 7:00 pm $5School at ICP, 1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd StreetJoin ICP Triennial artist Wangechi Mutu and ICP Associate Curator Kristen Lubben for a discussion of her work.Wangechi Mutu, artist, was born in Nairobi, Kenya, and now lives and works in New York. Her work has been exhibited internationally at galleries and museums including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Miami Art Museum, Tate Modern, the Studio Museum in Harlem, Kunstpalast Dusseldorf, and the Centre Pompidou. Kristen Lubben, ICP Associate Curator, has been a member of the curatorial staff since 1998. She has organized such exhibitions as Gerda Taro; Francesc Torres: Dark Is the Room Where We Sleep; Amelia Earhart: Image and Icon; El Salvador: Work of Thirty Photographers; Time of Change: Bruce Davidson, Civil Rights Photographs, 1961–65; and the 2008 exhibition Susan Meiselas: In History

NO LMNY on December 10th

There won’t be any LMNY outing on THURSDAY DECEMBER 10th

Postponed on December 17th

check the Members website for more information