Thursday, September 29, 2011

save the date: sixth annual NY Art Book Fair

Printed Matter presents the sixth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 30 to October 2, 2011, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 29th. Free and open to the public, and featuring more than 200 exhibitors, the NY Art Book Fair is the world's premier event for artists’ books, contemporary art catalogs and monographs, art periodicals, and artist zines. Exhibitors include international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and independent publishers from twenty-one countries.

The NY Art Book Fair is free and open to the public.

Preview: Thursday, September 29, 6 pm–9 pm
Friday, September 30, 11 am–7 pm
Saturday, October 1, 11 am–7 pm
Sunday, October 2, 11 am–7 pm

22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue
Long Island City, NY (map)

 More info

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Last dayS for "LEE UFAN: MARKING INFINITY" @ the Guggenheim New york

Not easy to get it...or too easy to get it?
that is the question..
Take advantage of the FREE english ..or FRENCH!..
check details on the guggenheim website

Sunday, September 25, 2011


May 06, 2011 - September 25, 2011

Featuring over 50 works of art—by Matisse, Picasso, Gauguin, Renoir, van Gogh and more—from The Baltimore Museum of Art’s world-renowned Cone Collection, this exhibition focuses on the remarkable vision of two Jewish sisters and collectors, Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta Cone of Baltimore, and the personal relationships they formed with artists such as Matisse and Picasso, as they shaped their extraordinary collection

Henri Matisse fondly called Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta Cone “my two Baltimore ladies.” The two Cone sisters began buying art directly out of the Parisian studios of avant-garde artists in 1905. Although the sisters' taste for modern art was little understood—critics disparaged Matisse at the time and Pablo Picasso was virtually unknown—the Cones followed their passions and amassed one of the world’s greatest art collections including artworks by Matisse, Picasso, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, and other modern masters. ......
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Friday, September 23, 2011

on view @ MOMA

Carlito Carvalhosa's Giant Featherweight Installation Fills MoMA

read the review

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Message from Stuart Yankell

I will be exhibiting new works at the Armonk Outdoor Art Show this coming weekend, September 24-25, 10am-5pm. 

Hope to see you there,

Stuart Yankell

J-1..Preview @ the Affordable Art FAIR New York City

About us
Affordable Art Fair Past and Present
Twelve years ago, Will Ramsay changed the model of the traditional art fair by creating the Affordable Art Fair, where contemporary art is accessible to all. Now in ten locations around the world, with the upcoming L.A. fair being the eleventh, Affordable Art Fair proves that you do not need to be an art expert or a billionaire to have original works of art by living artists in your home or office.  With the fair taking place in  Amsterdam (spring and fall), Bristol, Brussels, London (spring and fall), Los Angeles, Melbourne, Milan, New York (spring and fall), North London, Singapore, and Sydney, over $270 million worth of art has been sold at the fairs. The success of the brand continues with the estimated millionth visitor to the Affordable Art Fair expected in 2011.

Monday, September 19, 2011

SOTHEBY'S AUCTION: Contemporary Art New York | September 22, 2011

The September 22nd Contemporary Auction offers carefully selected works by artists from the Post-War period through the present day. The sale covers a range of works from movements including Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Minimalism, Conceptualism, Contemporary Photography and Contemporary Chinese along with many of today's most exciting young artists.

Highlights include Cindy Sherman’s 1989 work Untitled (#196) from her “History Portrait” series, an elegant Alexander Calder stabile, Model for “Spiral” at UNESCO, Anselm Kiefer’s exquisite book Grabmaland a monumental, Color-Field composition by celebrated artist Helen Frankenthaler.  Also included in the sale are selected works from the Lehman Brothers Corporate Art Collection, a grouping from the Estate of Robert Creeley featuring works by John Chamberlain including sculptures, a painting and photography as well as a selection of works on paper by Pop artist Richard Lindner tracing the artist’s career.

read in NY times THE WEEK AHEAD Sept. 18 — Sept. 24

Karen Rosenberg
Bob Dylan, painter? The grizzled singer-songwriter has been making art since the 1960s, often on tour, but he only recently started to exhibit these works, and he’s never shown them publicly in New York, until now. On Tuesday the Gagosian Gallery opens “BOB DYLAN: THE ASIA SERIES” at its Madison Avenue branch.
The series, described as a “visual journal,” will include scenes from Mr. Dylan’s recent trips to China, Vietnam, Japan and South Korea. Dylanologists may find less to parse in these sketch-like, vaguely Expressionist paintings of local sights and personalities, than in his poems and lyrics, though works like “Opium” (which shows a woman in a pink robe lounging in a cluttered interior) and “Le Belle Cascade” (a Tokyo amusement-park scene that nods to Manet) veer from the standard tourist itinerary. The paintings from China, where Mr. Dylan made his first appearance last spring and where he was criticized for a timid set list, should be especially interesting.
It remains to be seen whether the art world will take Mr. Dylan’s paintings as seriously as his music — critics were not kind to earlier shows in London and Copenhagen — though a catalog interview with John Elderfield, the former chief curator of painting for the Museum of Modern Art, should help. Tuesday through Oct. 22, 980 Madison Avenue; (212) 744-2313,

Thursday, September 15, 2011

If you happen to be not too far from NIMES in France...september 23-26

12e Foire internationale d'Art Contemporain

DU 23 AU 26 SEPTEMBRE 2011
Vernissage le 22 septembre 2011 (sur invitation)

more info: 

Foire d'art contemporain ARTNIM - Parc Expo

About DEGAS.... have some fun

andy parker spotted this on the site and thought you should see 

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

congratulations to VICTORIA NOORTHOORN

Come to Lyon, Enjoy the visit to the 11th Biennale.....Just started....all the best

Wednesday, September 7, 2011


Philip Wilson Publishers, 2011 - 260 pagesFollowing a BA Hons degree in French and an MA in South Asian studies, Mo Teitelbaum found herself in Paris in the early 1970s, engaged in research for a PhD on the history of French Indochina. One single event then made her change focus as a historian - a meeting with Eileen Gray. The feature article she subsequently published in the Sunday Times Magazine on the ninety-six-year-old designer, was the very first to reach a mass readership. Major museum exhibitions on Eileen Gray followed. Concerned now that other extraordinary lives and talents may have been overlooked, and certainly never made available to such a readership, Mo Teitelbaum now dedicates herself to retrieving 'lost' histories to present to a wider public. Six years of research in South America have resulted in The Stylemakers - another history that was lost to a wider public. In Paris in the 1920's a new style was born, rejecting the embellishments of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, it allied the linear proportions of late eighteenth-century furniture to a twentieth-century perception, paring down superfluous detail to the essence of classic modernism. The ostensible creation of iconic interior decorator Jean-Michel Frank, the new style owed much to a circle of South American collectors and patrons, including Eugenia Errázuriz, a lifelong friend of Picasso and Stravinsky. This new study documents how their interchange of partners and ideas led to innovation in every field of the arts. Packed with fresh material and original insights on artists such as Man Ray, John Singer Sargent and Diaghilev.

et Ravie d'avoir pu admirer en personne: Love Seat by Emilio Terry

Renovation Du travail d'artiste pour un siege d'artiste: Atelier:  d'un siege a l'autre avec Corinne Pouget
A Hyeres bien sur!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

des artistes ...du cote de Hyeres...

Apres la rentree des classes...voici la rentree des artistes...a Hyeres
aujourd'hui  Stephanie Drugeon ...
avec son nouveau site internet ....a decouvrir...

Monday, September 5, 2011

Galerie Saint Charles A LYON

  - JEUDI 15 SEPTEMBRE à partir de 18H-



 Espérant avoir le plaisir de vous retrouver à cette occasion;
   Prune Duclos/ Henri Bauerle
   17 Rue des Remparts d'Ainay
    69002 Lyon
    06 84 35 10 36//////06 63 75 57 57
   http :// <>  

    Horaires d'ouverture  : - Mardi 14h-19h
                                               -  du Mercredi au Samedi 9h30-12h/ 14h-19h
                                               -  Lundi sur RDV