Monday, November 29, 2010

MIAMI: In addition to Art fairs..Visit ...of the Margulies Collection for example

the collection

In 1998, Martin Z. Margulies along with his longtime curator Katherine Hinds began looking for a suitable space to display the growing collection of photography, video and installation works, and sculpture of the Margulies Contemporary Art Collection. In 1999, the first phase of the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse opened to the public with an event to benefit the Lowe Museum at the University of Miami. After a series of expansions, the Warehouse now comprises 45,000 square feet of exhibition space with set hours each week.

Katherine Hinds has been the curator of the collection since 1982.

current exhibition

AFRICA: Photography and video: Peter Friedl, David Goldblatt, Kendell Geers, Tim Hetherington, Pieter Hugo, Seydou Keita, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Jackie Nickerson, George Osodi, Lyle Owerko, Robin Rhode, George Rodger, Viviane Sassen, Malick Sidibe, Nontsikelelo Veleko

JENE HIGHSTEIN: Large Stone Carvings


CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS 1980-2010: Selections from the Margulies Collection including Vincent Desiderio, Oliver Dorfer, Jonathan Meese, Tal R, Christian Eckart, John Torreano, Massimo Antonaci and Fabian Marcaccio

BRIAN ALFRED: Digital Animation

NEW SCULPTURE: Chris Astley, Martin Boyce, Huma Bhabha, Mark Dion, Max Frisinger and Will Ryman

PERMANENT LARGE SCALE SCULPTURE: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Williem de Kooning, Olafur Eliasson, Antony Gormley, Michael Heizer, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Joan Mirό, Isamu Noguchi, George Segal, Richard Serra and Tony Smith

The Martin Z. Margulies Collection: Painting and Sculpture

From titans of Modernism like Miro and Noguchi to trailblazers of the moment such as Ernesto Neto and Olafur Eliasson to young innovators just emerging onto the international art scene, many of the most important and intriguing artists of the 20th and 21st centuries are represented the collection of Martin Z. Margulies. Recognized as one of the major collections of contemporary art in the world, it spans significant movements in art from Abstract Expressionism through Pop, Minimalism, and Conceptual Art, to monumental sculpture and recent installation and video works—not to mention vintage and contemporary photography. The collection now numbers some 4,500 works, and since 1999, many of those havebeen on view to the public at the Margulies Warehouse in Miami. This volume presents a selection of paintings and sculpture from the collection, some from the Warehouse, but some that have been less frequently exhibited.

Also included here is a conversation between Margulies and Newsweekcritic Peter Plagens, in which Margulies reveals some of the methods and motives for his collecting. In an essay about the works on exhibit at the Margulies Warehouse, Plagens probes a little further, discerning in Margulies a penchant for works that are beautiful as well as those that comment on “the human condition.” The writer and curator Klaus Kertess takes us on a private tour of the paintings and sculpture displayed at Margulies’s residence, elucidating the connections among the old and the new, the classic and the cutting edge.

Commentaries by Margulies and his longtime curator, Katherine Hinds, about why and how certain works were added to the collection give insights into the mind, or perhaps the heart, of a collector.

To purchase The Martin Z. Margulies Collection: Painting and Sculpture book please click here $75.00 All proceeds will benefit Lotus House, a shelter for homeless women and children in Miami.

The Collection opens November 10th 2010 to April 30th 2011.
Visiting hours are every Wednesday - Saturday from 11:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
Extended hours during Art Basel and
Art Miami: Tuesday, November 30th through Saturday December 4th 9 am- 4 pm, Sunday December 5th 9 am - 2 pm


Galerie 1900 2000

Showing in Miami not in one but in 2 Art Show....

Please visit us at our booth at ART MIAMI where we will feature some of the most prominent contemporary artists from Southeast Asia, all represented by the gallery: Agus Suwage of Indonesia, Manuel Ocampo and Ronald Ventura of the Philippines, and Pinaree Sanpitak of Thailand, as well as Tracey Moffatt of Australia.
Art Miami Pavilion – Midtown District in Wynwood
Midtown Boulevard (NE 1st Avenue), between NE 31st and NE 32nd Streets
Booth C48
VIP PREVIEW (Tuesday, Nov. 30):
Lotus House Benefit: 5:30 – 7pm ($25 donation at the door)
Access for Art Miami
VIP Cardholders and Press: 7 – 10:30pm
Wednesday, Dec. 1 – Saturday, Dec. 4: 11am – 7pm
Sunday, Dec. 5: 11am – 6pm
For ART ASIA we will present a special solo project by Thai artist Jakkai Siributr, one of Southeast Asia’s leading contemporary artists working primarily in the textile medium. He will be present in the booth, constructing an installation based on the Buddhist concept of karma. The installation will be interactive, drawing the viewer in to participate in a game of karmic chance, highlighting the sometimes seemingly random nature of good and bad fortune and the ways people try to influence or gain good karma in today’s hyper-materialistic society. In addition, the booth will feature a number of Siributr’s striking textile works, which make a powerful commentary on the state of Buddhism in contemporary Thailand.
ART ASIA Miami Pavilion – Midtown
2901 North Miami Avenue
(entrance located on Midtown Boulevard)
Booth B14
Tuesday, Nov. 30: 3 – 9pm
(invitation only, complimentary admission with
VIP card or Press Badge)
Wednesday, Dec. 1: 11am – 6pm
Thursday, Dec. 2 – Saturday, Dec. 4: 11am – 7pm
Sunday, Dec. 5: 11am – 6pm

Scope Art Show in Miami

SCOPE Art Show celebrates tenth year with return to 2008 Midtown Miami location

Miami, Florida – The art show that has established its name by curating cutting-edge contemporary art from around the world proudly returns to Miami for its tenth year. Cementing its future with an 80,000 square foot pavilion across the street from Art Miami, SCOPE Miami’s high-profile venue is centrally located in the heart of the Wynwood Gallery Arts District. Running concurrently with Art Basel Miami, SCOPE’s Midtown Miami home is just steps from The Rubell family collection, Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and Goldman Collection. The fair opens to Press and VIPs on Tuesday, November 30 with the FirstView benefit.

This year’s Miami edition of the fair, November 30-December 5, 2010, will present 75 international galleries upholding SCOPE’s unique tradition of solo and thematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. The unique SCOPE experience expands this year in partnership with local and international cultural organizations, featuring: film, music, installation and performance. “This season we want to highlight SCOPE’s lead role as creative R+D for a wider audience of taste makers who make art their business,” says SCOPE President & Founder Alexis Hubshman. “Introducing artists, curators, and cutting-edge galleries to new international audiences has made SCOPE the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world.”

In over thirty five fairs spanning the past ten years, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier show-case for international emerging contemporary art. With art fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons, SCOPE Art Show has garnered critical acclaim, with sales of over $100 million and attendance of over 30,000 visitors.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

If not in Lower East Rachel Uffner in Miami...

Anya Kielar, "Suspended shadow formation," 2010, plaster, paint, glue, burlap, rope, wood, 73 x 36 x 9 inches, 185 x 91 x 23 cm

Rachel Uffner Gallery @
The NADA Art Fair

December 2-5, 2010
Booth 301
Presenting Anya Kielar, Pam Lins, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, and
Roger White

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Showing @ NADA FAIR... a lower East Gallery ;LISA COOLEY

December 2-5, 2010
Booth 203
Alex Olson
Matt Sheridan Smith
Andy Coolquitt

The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 3314

Lisa Cooley
34 Orchard Street
New York, New York 10002
p. +1 212-680-0564
f. +1 212-680-0565
Directions: Orchard between Hester and Canal
Subway: F at East Broadway
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 11-6

Friday, November 26, 2010

Black Friday at an art gallery?

Axelle Fine Arts Announces
New SoHo Location - 472 W. Broadway
(btw Houston & Prince)

We are pleased to announce our newest location in SoHo. We've missed our SoHo location so much that we have been watching for a space since we moved to Chelsea. The SoHo energy is amazing and we are very excited to be back. The new space is beautiful and we are ready to show it off. For our Chelsea fans, don't worry we are keeping our Chelsea Gallery and will host the Goxwa Show there on December 9th.
Axelle Fine Arts Galerie SoHo - 472 W. Broadway
Bertrand has been busy setting up the gallery and
we will be open today, Black Friday. Come on by, see your favorite Axelle artists and enjoy a glass of wine. You just might find that special piece you need for the holidays. We look forward to seeing to you.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Laurence and Carmen
Wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

About Pulse MIAMI

MIAMI, NOVEMBER 15, 2010 - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is proud to announce the exhibitors and programming for its 2010 Miami edition. The sixth edition of the fair - the first under new Director Cornell DeWitt - will offer a blend of 82 leading and emerging international galleries alongside the hallmark program of original cultural projects for which the fair is renowned. PULSE Miami 2010 will also introduce a new focus on the city and culture of Miami, and an unprecedented emphasis on the visitor experience, foremost through its exhibitors and programming, but also via new culinary partners and social opportunities.

"PULSE consistently achieves success by presenting a first class roster of galleries on a scale that is manageable, and in a setting that is comfortable. Our core exhibitors, who could show in any fair the world, recognize this and it keeps them coming back" DeWitt explained. Joining such long-running PULSE veterans as Conner Contemporary Art, Hilger Modern/Contemporary, and Yossi Milo Gallery, are a wealth of new exhibitors. Miami's Gallery Diet will bring work by artist Christy Gast, who will have a solo exhibition at the de la Cruz Collection coinciding with the fair. Another newcomer is Galleri Maria Veie, a central figure in Oslo's under-recognized contemporary art scene, bringing Jumana Manna to the IMPULSE section of solo artist booths. From New York comes Larissa Goldston Gallery, whose artists on view include the young American artist Orly Genger. For its garden area, PULSE Miami has commissioned Genger to create Beefcakes, a functional elaboration on prior installations by Genger, including her current MASS MoCA installation Big Boss, in which a gigantic construction of woven climbing rope appears to explode through a wall into a colossal mass throughout the gallery space.

Schroeder Romero and Shredder - a new joint venture, bringing together Schroeder Romero Gallery and The Sienese Shredder - make their first appearance in an art fair, bringing Michael Waugh's Decline and Fall (of a performance artist). Waugh will continuously read from The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire with no breaks during an eight hour long day at the fair. The performance is accompanied by a drawing inspired by the texts, on view in the gallery's booth. Following last year's acclaimed turn, the Austin, Texas collective OK Mountain will present Trailer, an ambitious new sculptural installation exploring the tradition of customized barbecue trailers, courtesy of New York's Freight + Volume.

Several galleries come to PULSE Miami from points outside North America and Europe. Asian galleries include Silverlens Gallery from the Philippines, plus Ai Kowada Gallery and veteran exhibitor Megumi Ogita, both from Tokyo. A sizeable Latin American contingent will also be on view, represented by mainstay gallery Nina Menocal from Mexico City; Arróniz, also from Mexico City; and Bogota, Colombia's Nueveochenta. San Juan, Puerto Rico's RICA Gallery; and San José, Costa Rica's Galería Bickar will exhibit in the IMPULSE section of curated solo-artist booths.

The Miami 2010 edition of the fair's PULSE PLAY> video exhibition is curated by Tampa Museum of Art Executive Director Todd D. Smith. Titled Water on the Mind, works by Janaina Tschape, Janet Biggs and Johanna Billing channel a range of emotions - frustration, melancholy, and nostalgia, evoked by the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Performed repeatedly over the course of the fair is WALL, a study in choreography by Shannon Gillen & Guests (see press kit/website for schedule). WALL imagines the human body as a magnetized form under pressure, irresistibly drawn to the length of a wall. Bodies will collide, levitate, and orbit this space, creating new relationships as they interact.

The PULSE Prize will be awarded to an exceptional emerging artist selected from the IMPULSE section of the fair by the PULSE Committee. The recipient will receive a $2,500 cash grant and the opportunity to design the limited-edition tote bag created for the next year's fair. VIPs attending PULSE Miami 2010 will receive complimentary bags designed by last year's PULSE Prize winner, OK Mountain. Other prior recipients include Eric Beltz, Chen Chien-Jen, Philip Gurrey, Chris Natrop, Emilio Chapela Perez, Duke Riley, and Travis Somerville.

To enhance the experience of our guests, PULSE Miami has commissioned a rotating program of food trucks from some of Miami's favorite restaurants: the wildly popular Latin Burger; gourmet food truck pioneer Gastropod; Jefe's Original, serving their signature fish tacos; and Yellow Submarine, purveyors of the finest Colombian fast food. Each day a different truck will be available to guests in the fair's plaza - please see the schedule available on the next page. Finally, at the end of each day visitors are invited to reward themselves and partake in cocktails at the PULSE Bar, from 4pm to 7pm.

For a full list of the galleries exhibiting at PULSE Miami 2010 please click here

PULSE Miami 2010 is brought in part by the generosity of the following sponsors and partners:

EPIC Hotel, Jaguar, Société Perrier, Garden Design, Travelers, New World Symphony, Henriot Champagne, Grolsch, Ultimat Vodka, Artist Pension Trust, Mayor's Office of Film & Cultural Affairs, Prime Event Group, Miami Magazine,, Artbus, Spanish Cultural Center in Miami, Miami Art Museum, Wolfsonian FIU, Bass Museum of Art, Elizabeth Stevens & Co., Smart Source, Spuntino Catering, and SPACE|design + production.

Seen at the NJ MoCA's Gala

Donald Cumming & Aurel Schmidt

Peter Coffin, Grace Tuttle, Ryan Kitson, Talia Chetrit & Van Hano

register for the NJ MoCA's newletter to be informed of the next event....

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Team Gallery @Miami Basel

For Immediate Release:

Art Basel Miami Beach
December 2 - 5, 2010
Booth G09

Team is pleased to announce our participation in Art Basel Miami Beach, 2010. The gallery is located in booth G09. We will present a group hanging with works by Cory Arcangel, Slater Bradley, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Massimo Grimaldi, Ryan McGinley, Muntean/Rosenblum, David Ratcliff, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Chris Vasell, Banks Violette, and Stanley Whitney.

The booth will be comprised of recent Photoshop gradients and dancing stand sculptures by Cory Arcangel, a lightbox by Massimo Grimaldi, new photographs by Slater Bradley and Ryan McGinley, as well as new paintings by Gardar Eide Einarsson, Muntean/Rosenblum, David Ratcliff, Chris Vasell, and Stanley Whitney. Large-scale woodcuts by Gert & Uwe Tobias and a microphone stand edition by Banks Violette will round out the booth.

Please contact the gallery at 212 279 9219 for information and/or images.

Next at the Neuberger.....

JANUARY 15-APRIL 3, 2011
This survey of leading women artists examines the crucial feminist contribution to the development of deconstructivism in the 1970s and ’80s.
As the term suggests, deconstructivism involved taking apart and examining source material, generally borrowed from the mass media, to expose the ways commercial images reveal the mechanisms of power.
Women had a particularly high stake in this kind of examination and were disproportionately represented among artists who practiced it.

The exhibition includes 68 photographs, prints, paintings, videos, and installations by 22 artists and one artist’s collaborative.
The artists include:
Judith Barry
Dara Birnbaum
Barbara Bloom
Sarah Charlesworth
The Guerrilla Girls
Lynn Hershman
Susan Hiller
Jenny Holzer
Deborah Kass
Mary Kelly
Silvia Kolbowski
Barbara Kruger
Louise Lawler
Sherrie Levine
Adrian Piper
Martha Rosler
Cindy Sherman
Laurie Simmons
Lorna Simpson
Carrie Mae Weems
Hannah Wilke

• • •
The Deconstructive Impulse will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated, 176-page, hardcover book that surveys the work of the artists included and places them in cultural and historical context. Co-published by the Neuberger Museum of Art and DelMonico Books•Prestel, it featuresessays by the exhibition’s curators Helaine Posner and Nancy Princenthal followed by texts by art historians Tom McDonough, Griselda Pollock, and Kristine Stiles.

The exhibition is co-curated by Helaine Posner, Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs at the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York and Nancy Princenthal, art critic and former Senior Editor at Art in America.

2011 Armory Fair' s Visual Identityby GABRIEL KURI


The Armory Show has commissioned Mexican-born, Belgium-based artist Gabriel Kuri to create the visual identity for the 2011 fair. Kuri’s artwork, which often combines everyday detritus and commonplace materials in unexpectedly poetic juxtapositions, will set the aesthetic for the fair’s look, will be featured in all its advertising and marketing materials and will be showcased in the catalogue. This will be the tenth year The Armory Show has commissioned an artist to define the image of the fair.

Gabriel Kuri is renowned for sculptures and collages made from the remains of everyday purchases and found objects. Kuri reconfigures meaning from tickets and receipts, retail supplies and slabs of marble, stones and other incongruous materials.

“We are very happy to have Gabriel Kuri contribute his unique sensibility to The Armory Show’s image,” said Executive Director Katelijne De Backer. “We look forward to sharing his gift for allusion and his lyrical combinations with the thousands of collectors, curators and art enthusiasts that visit our fair.”

Gabriel Kuri has exhibited widely throughout the world. He is represented by Sadie Coles HQ in London, Galería Kurimanzutto in Mexico City, Franco Noero in Turin and Esther Schipper in Berlin. His work has been seen in numerous international group shows, including the 5th Berlin Biennal (2008); Brave New Worlds at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2007) and at Colección Jumex, Ecatepec, Mexico (2008); and Unmonumental at New Museum, New York (2007). Recent and upcoming shows include Gabriel Kuri-Soft Information in Your Hard Facts at Museion, Bolzano; Join the Dots and Make a Point at Kunstverein Freiburg, Freiburg, traveling to Bielefelder Kunstverein, Bielefeld; and Gabriel Kuri: Nobody needs to know the price of your Saab at The Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, traveling to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Kuri lives and works in Mexico City and Brussels.

News From Laurence Miller Gallery about ART MIAMI

Laurence Miller Gallery, Art Miami 2010

(Left to right) Jessica Backhaus and Ray K. Metzker

One of the things I like about art fairs is that they provide an opportunity to experiment,

to try new combinations, to show works previously unseen. Art Miami will be no exception.

In pursuing this spirit of exploration, it is not often that one can put together a relative newcomer next to an established master and create a dialogue, a synergy that leaves both artists looking better. Such is the case with Jessica Backhaus, 39, and Ray K. Metzker, 79.

Jessica Backhaus since 2009 has directed her camera at the waters of Venice and Burano. Intensely observing the water rippling and splashing in the canals, she captured moments

of pure lyricism. Highly abstract, richly colored, her photographs make you forget that you are actually looking at water taken in a fraction of a second. They are instants that can only be captured by a camera, yet as abstract as a painting.

Ray K. Metzker, with traditional black and white film, directed his focus at the ponds and canals in southern France and across the US between 1989 and 1995. Often shooting through tree branches and brush, these intricately conceived pictures gently pull the viewer into the deep space of the forest and hold your attention while you explore all the subtle nuances of the natural surroundings, including the reflective surface of the water.

Bold color next to black and white....this time it works, as both artists treat us to images we would never see through our own eyes. Flat space, deep space, timeless and instantaneous, this is what great photography can do. I hope you will stop by our stand and see for yourself.

We will also present two large scale works by Stephane Couturier, from his Melting Point series, and "Prada, Marfa, Texas" by Burk Uzzle.

Laurence Miller

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Art BRUSSELS save the date ,...


Save the dates for the upcoming 29th edition of Art Brussels:
from Thursday 28 April to Sunday 1 May 2011 !

Every year in April, Art Brussels opens its doors and welcomes 30 000 professionals, collectors and art lovers from all over the world. Art Brussels is the European platform for upcoming talents in the field of contemporary art and focuses as well on strong established galleries representing a selection of their highest-quality paintings, sculptures, photography, video and installations.


The exhibitors list of Art Brussels 2011, will be announced online by the end of December 2010. Please click here for the exhibitors list of Art Brussels 2010.

Every year, Art Brussels welcomes approximately 170 galleries coming from more than 20 countries. They exhibit works from established and upcoming artists from all over the globe. All participating galleries bring an international contemporary art program.

Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla
Photo: Cameron Wittig

September 7, 2010, 6:00 PM

Art Team Represents U.S. at 2011 Venice Biennale

The artistic team of Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla will represent the United States at the 2011 Venice Biennale. The duo, who have been working together since 1995 and live in San Juan, P.R., were chosen by the Federal Advisory Committee on International Exhibitions, a group of arts professionals organized by the National Endowment for the Arts to advise the State Department. Their work explores relationships among art, politics and international identity through performances pieces, sculpture, photography and sound-and-video. This will be the first time a collaborative, rather than a single artist, will represent the United States and the first time that a combination of performance and installation will occupy the pavilion. The Indianapolis Museum of Art was selected as the commissioning institution for the 2011 United States pavilion and Lisa Freiman, chairman of the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s contemporary art department, will be the commissioner. She will organize the exhibition, which will include six new works by the collaborative team developed specifically for the United States pavilion, a 1930s Palladian-style structure designed by the architects Delano & Aldrich.


Friday, November 19, 2010

At the MET through Jan 9 Only: Baldessari

Currently at the MET: Great show especially if Baldessari is an artist you think you do not like much or do not know...
Check out the gallery talks

(b. 1931, National City, California. Lives and works in Santa Monica, California.)

John Baldessari studied at San Diego State College, U.C. Berkeley, UCLA, the Otis Art Institute, and the Chouinard Art Institute. Baldessari received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts in 2000 from the Otis Art Institute, an honorary Ph.D. from San Diego State University, San Diego, California in 2003, and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2004. His many awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship (1986), the Oscar Kokoschka Prize, Austria (1996), the Governor's Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts, California (1997), and the Spectrum-International Award for Photography of the Foundation of Lower Saxony, Germany (1999). His work has been exhibited in the 47th Venice Biennial (1997); the Carnegie International (1985-86), the Whitney Biennial (1983), and Documenta V (1972) and VII (1982), and he has exhibited recent retrospectives at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien and the Kunsthaus Graz in Austria.
Source: Marion Goodman Gallery

Recommended stops in Chelsea

If you go to Chelsea before December 18 be sure to stop At
Gagosian on 21 to see the show about Rauschenberg
Pace gallery At 545 West 22.nd street to see SUGIMOTO " The day after"

About Art Basel MIAMI- Art Kabinett ...and the gallery David NOLAN

Sandra Vásquez de la Horra
El Faunito
wax and pencil on paper
15 1/8 x 11 1/4 in

Art Kabinett gives participating galleries an opportunity to show small curated exhibitions, shown in a separate space within the exhibitor’s booth. The exhibition concepts for Art Kabinett are diverse, representing everything from thematic group exhibition and single-work presentation to film programs and full-room installations. Miami Beach Convention Center.

in addition to a group show is presenting

ART KABINETT: Sandra Vásquez de la Horra
For more than twenty years, David Nolan Gallery has played an important role in presenting an international roster of artists who represent the forefront of cutting edge art. Founded in 1987 in the midst of a thriving Soho art scene, the gallery's original mission was to exhibit contemporary works on paper by American and European artists. The gallery was the first in the United States to organize solo exhibitions of works on paper by notable American and European artists such as Dieter Roth, Arnulf Rainer, Hermann Nitsch, Sigmar Polke, Carroll Dunham, Mel Bochner and Martin Kippenberger among others. The success of the gallery's shows brought new critical attention to drawings among collectors and museum institutions. Presently, the program of the gallery has expanded to include artists who work in multiple mediums and originate from all ends of the global art world.

David Nolan Gallery is a member of the Art Dealer's Association of America (ADAA).

In 2008, David Nolan and Juerg Judin established Nolan Judin Berlin on Heidestrasse in Berlin's Mitte district. The gallery opened with an exhibition of sculptures and wall works by the Scottish artist, Ian Hamilton Finlay, followed by solo exhibitions of Adrian Ghenie, Uwe Wittwer, and George Grosz.

about Sandra Vàsquez
Sandra Vàsquez de la Horra’s drawings around fetishism, religion, sex, fairy tales, and superstition are inspired by her knowledge of Western European and South American literature, philosophy and anthropology. Created in pencil on paper and then bathed in beeswax, the drawings are comprised usually of one or two fantastical figures, accompanied by a brief text that adds yet another layer of interpretation and meaning.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

save the date : November 27-28

for Vickie Fremont: HOLIDAY SALE

Monday, November 15, 2010

save the date Holiday Market

Pour la cinquième année, le Westchester Accueil organise

un Marché de Noël à Larchmont,

le samedi 4 décembre de 10:30 à 16:30.

Vous pourrez y trouver de nombreuses idées de cadeaux, fabriqués ou diffusés par la communauté française:

bijoux, patisseries, céramiques, objets de décoration, crèches du bout du monde, papeterie d'art etc...

Vous y trouverez également des sandwichs et des boissons, ainsi qu'un atelier craft

pour amuser vos enfants pendant que vous faîtes le tour des stands.

Une partie des fruits de la vente sera reversée au Mamaroneck Community Service,

qui aide les familles les plus démunies de Mamaroneck.

Holiday you are.....

Come discover the beautiful handmade holiday decorations, luxury felt, and silk pillows, brought to you by Anne-Laure Py's collaboration with craftswomen in Central Asia.
All products in the collection are handmade in Kyrgyzstan using ancient felting techniques and wool sourced from herders who continue to uphold a semi-nomadic way of life. Come stock up on beautiful eco-friendly and fair-trade holiday ornaments!
Please join us at Pascale Py’s house, 1 Helena Avenue in Larchmont, on Tuesday November 23 from 9AM to 3PM and 6PM to 9PM to discover the collection.
We look forward to seeing you there! For a sneak peak look on-line