Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Ai WEIWEI @ Asia Society and Museum

Ai WeiWei: New York Photographs 1983-1993
Asia Society and Museum
Starts Wed, June 29
Chinese artist, dissident and political activist Ai WeiWei was released from prison in China last Wednesday, June 22, 2011, after two-and-a-half months of detention. This timely exhibition, featuring 227 photographs he took while living in NYC from 1983–1993, captures the history, culture and atmosphere of New York from his unique perspective.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Friday, June 24, 2011

Press Review....amazing...

Your Paintings: The secret artworks

ordinary people own

BBC News Magazine

Thursday, June 23, 2011


On view ..@ HARLEM STUDIO MUSEUM..among others,...
to know more:


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Rebecca Allan...' NEWS LANDSCAPES

Stillaguamish River Valley, 2005, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24 inches, Private collection
on view from July 6th through August 5th
SAM (Seattle Art Museum) Gallery
1220 Third (at University Street SEATTLE
fundraising for seattlechambermusic.org

Sunday, June 19, 2011

September is not that far..book 4 Thursday's with Art Walk New York and practice your French or/and Spanish

Series of Art Walk around New York..Speak Spanish or French..
4 Tuesdays in Spanish sept 20/27 October 4/11
4 Thursday's in french sept 22/29.. October 6/13

more details on www.artwalknewyork.com

Saturday, June 18, 2011

About La Biennale de LYON..rdv jeudi 30 Juin


Plage du Fontanil, Grand Parc Miribel Jonage


Entrée libre

30 boulevard Vivier Merle - 69003 Lyon

Durée : 1h

Un rendez-vous privilégié pour découvrir la programmation artistique de cette 11e édition, Une terrible beauté est née. Nous vous livrerons des détails sur le propos de l’exposition, vous dévoilerons ses secrets de préparation et nous ferons une incursion, en images, au cœur des œuvres les plus attendues de cette Biennale.


What;s New this summer @ Art Walk New York?

In French English or Spanish,this summer..let's follow Valerie around her prefered neighborhood: Brooklyn
Check the website

Crest Hardware Art Show


Food Drinks Art and design Market......Pictures soon...
Meanwhile check out:

More Info www.cresthardwareshow.com



Neighborhood WilliamsburgCB I Hate Perfume Gallery
93 Wythe Avenue
NY 1121

ARTICLE PRESS REVIEW in New York may 2nd 2011

The Invisible Scent

He’s built a career concocting high-concept fragrances like “Wet Mitten” and “Clean Baby Butt.” Now Christopher Brosius is attempting his next olfactory experiment: creating a perfume you can’t even smell......


Friday, June 17, 2011

Lyon 2011

2011 sera l’année de la maturité, le jardin végétal qui tranquillement poursuit sa vie naturelle sur les bords de la Seine prépare sa métamorphose et s’apprête à prendre le chemin de sa prochaine destination.

Les arbres ont grandi, les semis reprennent, les choix des essences, couleurs, odeurs, textures épousent une nouvelle histoire, celle d’une ville, d’un territoire, celle que Gad Weil et Laurence Medioni, sa scénographe, ont décidé d’inventer pour la ville des lumières pour la poser trois jours durant dans son cœur de vie.

LYON 17, 18 et 19 juin 2011

Nature Capitale Lyon rendra un hommage particulier aux arbres pour fêter l’Année Internationale des Forêts.

Retrouvez l’édition Lyon 2011 à l’adresse :

save the date October 6th 2011

diner at the French Consulate

in WIlliamsburg,...

CB I Hate Perfume Gallery

93 Wythe Avenue
NY 1121

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Press Review / Cory Archangel@the Whitney

The Joys of Obsolescence

When high-tech products become old and awkward, that’s when artist Cory Arcangel gets excited.


Tuesday, June 14, 2011


just in case, you're looking for a good cause........here is a good exemple...

On Facebook : www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=76734155943

When I registered for the Ironman triathlon in Lake Placid, I decided to run not only against time but make it truly worthwhile to swim 2.4 miles (3.86 km), bike 112 miles (180.25 km) and run a marathon (26.2 miles or 42.195 km) as well as the thousands miles of training this requires.
I will be “Running for Margo” in memory of my friends' daughter Margaux Blanc who passed away on Monday June 7th 2010. She was 14. Margo fought her cancer with remarkable courage. She never gave up. Until the end, she kept her cute smile and, unbelievably, remained more concerned about others than herself.
Following the lead of of her parents Patricia and Olivier, Running for Margo is a group of people spread all over the world that dedicate their racing and training efforts to never forget such a wonderful young girl and to share their accomplishments achieved in her Memory to help continue Margo's fight against cancer.

Margo had the courage but did not have the time, together and in time we will defeat cancer !

Institut Gustave Roussy - IGR, the leading European anticancer centre, assembles on the same site 2,500 men and women whose missions are to treat patients suffering from cancer, conduct research and develop new therapies, and to pass on knowledge and know-how to the medical and scientific communities in France, USA and worldwide.

I need your help to gather funds to support research conducted by Institut Gustave Roussy. In France and in USA your gift will be tax deductible in most cases.

Giving through this website in simple, takes a few minutes and 100% secured. Your gift will be transfer to IGR and you will immediately receive a gift receipt for tax purposes.

Make the triathlon mantra live: "Anything is Possible !"
Many thanks for your support!

Jerome Le Jamtel

I thank you very much for your donation to support research efforts of Institut Gustave Roussy.
This is very encouraging ahead of the 140.6 miles that await in Lake Placid!
I will be happy to share with you my race experience.

The webpage for donations to Institut Gustave Roussy is:


Please do not hesitate to share and recommend it to friends and relatives for a larger mobilization against cancer.


Jerome Le Jamtel

save the date ..Art Platform in Los Angeles Sept 30-Oct3,2011

Save the Date
Los Angeles, California has been the home to some of the world’s most celebrated artists, museums and private collections. Art Platform—Los Angeles, a modern and contemporary art fair for Los Angeles, will underscore why the city has long been a destination for collectors, curators, dealers, and museum directors. Art Platform—Los Angeles will not only provide the greatest access to the Los Angeles art world but will offer an experience unlike that of any other art fair by presenting a focused survey of artists from Los Angeles and other international art capitals. We welcome you to discover the rich landscape of Los Angeles’ vibrant art scene.
A contemporary and modern art fair for Los Angeles
Sept 30 – Oct 3, 2011
L.A. Mart®
1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles

Art Platform—Los Angeles is launching the same weekend as Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945-1980. This unprecedented collaboration of more than sixty cultural institutions across Southern California coming together to tell the story of the birth of the Los Angeles art scene is initiated through grants from the Getty Foundation.
Art Platform—Los Angeles, hosted at the L.A. Mart®, a downtown location within proximity to art institutions such as The Museum of Contemporary Art and future Broad Art Museum, is produced by MMPI. As organizers of The Armory Show and six other world-class fairs in New York, Chicago, Toronto, and Basel, Art Platform—Los Angeles will partner with arts publications, media sponsors, and Los Angeles-based institutions to promote all cultural offerings throughout the city.
We welcome you to discover the rich landscape and vibrant art scene of Los Angeles.
MORE infos http://www.artplatform-losangeles.com/

Monday, June 13, 2011

Romain Schaller @ Noho Gallery ....

Bonjour Laurence et Carmen,

Pouvez-vous faire passer l'information ?OUI

C'est un peintre français avec qui je suis en contact qui vient sur New York. Merci d'encourager les artistes !!

A bientôt,Anne-Laure
Opening reception:
Saturday June 11 4-6 PM 4th FLOOR infos by mail or tel: 212.367.7063
NOHO GALLERY 530 west 25th street, New York 10001 N.Y 4th Floor
Dawn of a new Age June 7-July 2, 2011
Schaller Romain
Dawn of a new age
The 21st century begins with man questioning his environment. From natural disasters, the evolution of the climate, and sprawlingurban development,ourrelationshipwithourplanet is rapidly changing. Through this series of abstract paintings I wanted to relay this universal thought, which springs from deep within all of us.
New York City perfectly illustrates this idea, thanks to actions of “planet NYC.” I want to believe that if the “capital of the world” would become the capital of the green world, we would beatthedawnofanewage.
Abstract painting enables me not to impose a way of thinking but to suggest a collective thought.
Romain Schaller

R.Schaller is a french autodidact painter. He lives and works in France.
Schaller has exhibited frequently in France since 2001. In March 2012, his work will be exhibited in Switzerland in Montreux. More information on website.
Mail:schallers.gallery@gmail.com Web:http://cargocollective.com/ schallerr
530 West 25 th street, New York, 10001 N.Y
4th Floor
hours: tuesday - saturday, 11 - 6

Sunday, June 12, 2011

UPDATE for next event at the NEUBERGER

JUNE 14th

Lectures, Panels, and Dialogues
COFFEE TALK & TOUR | 12:30 pm

About Chautauqua

The Chautauqua Institution is a not-for-profit, 750-acre community on Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York State, where approximately 7,500 persons are in residence on any day during a nine-week season, and a total of over 170,000 attend scheduled public events.

Chautauqua is dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values and the enrichment of life through a program that explores the important religious, social and political issues of our times; stimulates provocative, thoughtful involvement of individuals and families in creative response to such issues; and promotes excellence and creativity in the appreciation, performance and teaching of the arts.

The Chautauqua experience is based around one’s engagement in four program areas:

The Arts

Chautauqua as a community celebrates, encourages and studies the arts and treats them as integral to all of learning. With symphony, opera, theater, dance, visual arts and a renowned music school, Chautauqua produces an "ecstatic mix" of programming that can be found nowhere else.


Self-improvement through lifelong learning was at the heart of the impulse that motivated Americans and founded Chautauqua in 1874. That tradition continues today with a morning and afternoon lecture platform, continued education courses, the Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle book club, writers in residence, and a public library.


At Chautauqua, religious faith is perceived, interpreted and experienced as central to the understanding and expression of our social and cultural values. Chautauqua is a community that is open to all with a wide variety of services of worship and programs that express the Institution’s Christian heritage and its interfaith commitment.


From adult to youth programs, Chautauqua has embraced the recreative experience and a healthy lifestyle as essential to the Chautauqua experience. Recreational opportunities include sailing, boating, fishing and swimming on Chautauqua Lake as well as a 36-hole golf course, fast-dry and hard-surface tennis courts, playing fields, playgrounds and fitness centers.

READ MORE: http://www.ciweb.org/our-mission/

Friday, June 10, 2011


  • Tuesday, June 14th, 2011
  • 6pm - 9pm
  • Free
  • infos http://www.museummilefestival.org/museums/

Thursday, June 9, 2011


save the date Wednesday June 15 @ the Neuberger

Art Sandwiched-In; Lectures, Panels, and Dialogues

Bring a lunch or buy one in the café and enjoy an informal gallery talk and tour led by a docent. The featured exhibition for June is Betsabeé Romero: Black Tears (Lágrimas Negras).
Free with museum admission
Admission is free to Members and the Purchase College community
Betsabeé Romero, Para Senderos Sagrados II, (For Sacred Pathways II), 2008, tire rim, framework with canvas and feathers, collection of the artist

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

TODAY!!!!!!!!!! @ the FIAF

Get to know acclaimed photographer Didier Massard in an evening conversation with Julie Saul, founder of the Julie Saul Gallery, and David McFadden, Chief Curator of New York's Museum of Arts and Design (MAD). Following a 6-minute, behind-the-scenes film of Massard at work in his studio, the artist will give fascinating personal insight into the imaginary worlds he creates.

The talk takes place in conjunction with the openings of
Artifices(June 9–July 5), an exhibition of Massard's work in FIAF's Gallery, and Otherworldly: Optical Delusions and Small Realities (June 7–Sept 18) at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD).

Artist Website: www.didiermassard.net

INFORMATION http://www.fiaf.org

Tuesday, June 7, 2011


do not forget....MUSEUM MILE is on today....6-9pm
check the website: http://www.museummilefestival.org/

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Participez a la biennale de lyon...


Dans le «Musée du 21e siècle» de Yona Friedman le 9 juillet, de 14h à 00h, au Grand Parc Miribel Jonage / Plage du Fontanil

Apportez un objet que vous souhaitez exposer !

Pour participer
> Choisissez un objet
un objet que vous aimez, qui vous ressemble, que vous avez envie de partager…
> Apportez-le
du 2 au 8 juillet, de 11h à 20h, à l’accueil du Grand Parc Miribel Jonage ou le 9 juillet à partir de 10h, plage du Fontanil.
> Celui-ci sera exposé
dans le Musée du 21e siècle, plage du Fontanil, le 9 juillet à partir de 14h - Vernissage de l’exposition à 18h

Vous pourrez récupérer votre objet

le 9 juillet à partir de 20h sur place, ou à l’accueil du Grand Parc Miribel Jonage les 10 et 11 juillet de 11h à 20h.

Toute la journée, programmation musicale avec les élèves de l’académie de musique et de danse de la Communauté de Communes de Miribel et du Plateau (Noise Around, Ferigas, …), « Little Big Band », soirée DJ

A 22h, cinéma en plein air.

Sur une idée de Yona Friedman
Artiste invité à la Biennale de Lyon 2011

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Pencil vs Camera / Ben Heine

"Pencil vs Camera"("Crayon contre Appareil photo"), défini par son auteur comme une tentative pour "créer un 'champ de bataille' entre deux disciplines : le dessin et la photographie". Après avoir photographié, et dessiné,à travers l’Europe, Crayon contre

appareil photo /

Il y a maintenant un an, l’artiste belge Ben Heine s’est lancé dans le projetBen Heine vient de mettre en ligne une nouvelle série, tirée d’une récente exposition qui s’est tenue au Cap Vert.

source http://revuedeweb.blogs.nouvelobs.com/archive/2011/05/24/crayon-contre-appareil-photo.html