Wednesday, February 29, 2012

It’s going to rain this weekend… Stay dry at Family First Saturdays!

It’s going to rain this weekend…
Stay dry at Family First Saturdays!
Neuberger Museum of Art
March 3, 1 – 4 pm

Fashion Moda
Fashion Moda artists created a store to sell small 
works of art for very low prices so that art
 could be accessible to everyone. Make your own mini objects, exchange them with other kids, and go home with your own art collection!

1 – 3 pm: Family Tours
Discover the new exhibition
The Fashion Moda Stores, 1982: Selections from Documenta 7.

1 – 4 pm: Family Studio
Kids will make little art works 
and exchange them with their fellow artists!

2:30 pm: Musical Performance
A live band of Purchase College 
performs ‘80’s pop hits.

Family First Saturdays offer art experiences 
for the whole family.
Workshops for ages tots to ten, accompanied
 by an adult. 
Guided Family Tours are for all ages.
Free admission for ALL 12-5 pm.

Image credit: Becky Howland, Moneybag, 1982 

Find us at:
Neuberger Museum of Art  Face Book Page
Purchase College, SUNY
735 Anderson Hill Road,
Purchase, NY 10577

Tuesday, February 28, 2012


The deadline for online discounted tickets is
February 29th

Missed it?
Come to the KICK OFF PARTY !
Friday March 9th, 7-9pm
One time only discounted tickets will be available on site!  
Attendance to the event is required

The line up of the 2012 festival will be announced at the PARTY !
Enjoy an evening of Champagne and Cinema and take a peek at the trailers of the movies

see teaser HERE

@ The Greenwich Arts Council
299 Greenwich Avenue, Second Floor, Greenwich, CT 06831

The evening is sponsored by
Greenwich Arts Council, Serendipity Magazine and Alliance Française of Greenwich

for more information

save the date sunday March 11th ,,,FREEEEEEE

Armory Show weekend
Join an art world professional for a guided tour of Lower East Side. The tour group will be leaving from the New Museum Lobby. Maps and gallery guides for self-guided tours will be available at the New Museum, the Lower East Side Visitor's Center (54 Orchard St) and online at

Date: Sunday, March 11th
Time: 1:00 pm
Access: Open to the public, first come first served
Location: New Museum, 235 Bowery Street
Contact: 212-226-9010

Don't miss the exhibit and the talk...@ the Neuberger

JANUARY 29–APRIL 29, 2012
In the 1920s through 1940s, the enigmatic and charismatic John Graham (1886–1961) and his circle of New York artists, which included Stuart Davis, Arshile Gorky, and Willem de Kooning, helped redefine ideas of what painting and sculpture could be. They, along with others in Graham’s orbit, such as Jackson Pollock and David Smith, played a critical role in developing and defining American modernism.
American Vanguards showcases more than sixty works of art from this vital period that demonstrate the inter-connections, common sources, and shared stimuli among the members of Graham’s circle.
This exhibition, curated by notable scholars William C. Agee, Irving Sandler, and Karen Wilkin, will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue co-published by the Addison and Yale University Press. This critical reconsideration sheds new light on the New York School, Abstract Expressionism, and the vitality of American modernism between the two world wars.
John Graham
Table Top Still Life with Bird, 1929
Oil on canvas, 32 x 39 in. (81.3 x 99.1 cm)

Collection of Tommy and Gill LiPuma, New York

Sunday, March 4, 2 pm

William C. Agee, Irving Sandler, and Karen Wilkin, the three curators of American Vanguards: Graham, Davis, Gorky, de Kooning, and Their Circle, 1927-1942, discuss the exhibition; moderated by Tracy Fitzpatrick, Neuberger Museum of Art curator and Purchase College Associate Professor of Art History

welcome to NEW CITY ART FAIR another fair to open in new York March 7 2012


Monday, February 27, 2012

get ready for the Whitney Biennal

Sculpture, painting, installations, and photography—as well as dance, theater, music, and film—will fill the galleries of the Whitney Museum of American Art in the latest edition of the Whitney Biennial. With a roster of artists at all points in their careers the Biennial provides a look at the current state of contemporary art in America. This is the seventy-sixth in the ongoing series of Biennials and Annuals presented by the Whitney since 1932, two years after the Museum was founded.
The 2012 Biennial takes over most of the Whitney from March 1 through May 27, with portions of the exhibition and some programs continuing through June 10. The participating artists were selected by Elisabeth Sussman, Curator/Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney, and Jay Sanders, a freelance curator and writer who has spent the past ten years working both in the gallery world and on independent curatorial projects. Sussman and Sanders co-curated the Biennial’s film program with Thomas Beard and Ed Halter, the co-founders of Light Industry, a venue for film and electronic art in Brooklyn

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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Pour ceux qui ont la chance d'etre a LYON: ne ratez pas: theatre 343

Merci ! à tout ceux qui ont déjà réservé. Ca se remplit . Déjà plus de place pour certaines dates ! (le 8 mars)
......Et pour récompenser ceux qui le méritent et encourager tous les autres,  voici en avant première mondiale la bande annonce de la pièce  (tournée en répétition, sans décors, costume ni maquillage...) 
L'équipe du théâtre 343 est mobilisée pour vous faire passer une soirée inoubliable.

Au plaisir de vous retrouver en sortant de scène.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Thursday, February 23, 2012

save the date @ Ceres Gallery- Chelsea

In Celebration of
Women's History Month
March 22,  6:30 -8 pm
Gail Levin
Noted author and Distinguished Professor of Art History, Gail Levin will conduct a discussion about her new biography of Lee Krasner and the issues relating to the documentation of women artists in history.

Copies of the book are available for short-term loan from the gallery.

Gail Levin's biography of Lee Krasner beautifully evokes a period in American art that laid the groundwork for the women artists of today. Lee, who was my mother's close friend in art school (the National Academy of Design), not only contributed wonderful work but also encouraged a whole new generation of artists. She grew into true generativity. Bless her and her biographer! Erica Jong 

Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 6:30pm 
Free but reservations required as seating is limited. 

Please call Ceres 212-947-6100 to register  

Ceres Gallery   547 West 27th St.  Suite 201    NYC 10001    Tu-Sa 12-6pm  Th 12-8pm
 Contact info:  212-947-6100

Join us @ ths Sculpture Center..for....

Lucky Draw 2012
Wednesday, April 4, 2012

6:00pm: Reception
7:30pm: The Draw
Master of Ceremonies: CK Swett

Lucky Draw - a one of a kind art raffle - guarantees that each and every ticket holder walks home with a work of art! This fast-paced one night event offers first time and seasoned collectors access to artworks by top emerging and established talent. All proceeds benefit SculptureCenter. Order of selection determined by random drawing. The draw will commence with a live auction.

$500 each or three for $1,350
Purchase tickets online today at!
You may also contact Frederick Janka at 718.361.1750 x 117

Preview Lucky Draw artwork at SculptureCenter
Monday April 2 - Wednesday April 4, 12-6pm
Or online at from Tuesday March 27 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Art/Trek NYC with C J Follini Discover the 5 borroughs...

Art/Trek NYC branches out to the 5 boroughs in a quest to showcase new and emerging artists.
watch it:

recommendation by Nurture Art...

NURTUREart Recommends


Check out the latest online issue of Art Experience: NYC,
 an online magazine created by Ernesto Menendez-Conde
 in partnership with Henry Hewes and Daniel B. Gerard.
Art Experience: NYC is devoted to Contemporary Art in
 New York City, offering insights and information on
 upcoming exhibitions and artistic trends.

On view @ Whitney 5th Floor Singular Visions

Alexander CalderFanni, the Belly Dancer, from Calder’s Circus, 1926–31. Wire, cloth, rhinestones, paint, thread, wood, and paper, 11 1/2 × 6 × 10 1/2 in. (29.2 × 15.2 × 26.7 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from a public fundraising campaign in May 1982. One half the funds were contributed by the Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust. Additional major donations were given by The Lauder Foundation, the Robert Lehman Foundation Inc., the Howard and Jean Lipman Foundation Inc., an anonymous donor, The T. M. Evans Foundation Inc., MacAndrews & Forbes Group Incorporated, the DeWitt Wallace Fund Inc., Martin and Agneta Gruss, Anne Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Laurance S. Rockefeller, the Simon Foundation Inc., Marylou Whitney, Bankers Trust Company, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Dayton, Joel and Anne Ehrenkranz, Irvin and Kenneth Feld, Flora Whitney Miller. More than 500 individuals from 26 states and abroad also contributed to the campaign  83.36.24a-d
At a time when images barrage us everywhere from our televisions to our mobile phones, the latest reinstallation of the Whitney’s permanent collection galleries invites visitors to slow down and experience art in a dramatic new way. Singular Visions presents twelve highlights from the museum’s holdings, each in its own space, in order to create intimate and compelling encounters with a single work of art. Each piece was chosen to convey a distinct impression and a specific sense of its maker’s vision, whether somber or celebratory, figurative or abstract, quiet or bold. Some of the works on view require their own spaces because they are large or comprise many parts, while others explore difficult topics or emotions that one might wish to consider in relative isolation. Through their variety of mediums, sizes, styles, and subjects, the works in Singular Visions encourage a range of powerful experiences and reveal how artists have stretched the very boundaries of what an artwork can be.
The following artists are currently included in Singular Visions: Jonathan Borofsky, Alexander Calder, Eva Hesse, Matthew Day Jackson, Jasper Johns, Lee Krasner, Len Lye, Agnes Martin, Josephine Meckseper, and Fred Wilson. The following artists were previously included inSingular Visions but have been rotated out and are no longer on view: Eleanor Antin, AA Bronson, Paul Chan, Sarah Charlesworth, Anne Collier, Leon Golub, Robert Grosvenor, Willem de Kooning, Edward Kienholz, Aleksandra Mir, Robert Morris, Ree Morton, Georgia O’Keeffe, James Rosenquist, George Segal, Gary Simmons, and Tom Wesselmann.
Singular Visions is organized by Dana Miller, curator, permanent collection and curator Scott Rothkopf.

Matthew Day Jackson (b. 1974), Sepulcher (Viking Burial Ship), 2004 (installation view, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York). Wood, vinyl, fabric, rope, metal, leather, plastic, fur, yarn, and found objects, 120 × 96 × 204 in. (304.8 × 243.8 × 518.2 cm) overall. Whitney Museum of American Art; gift of Dean Valentine and Amy Adelson 2009.202a-hh. Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins

Monday, February 20, 2012

An artist to watch : Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

We saw her work at the Lyon Biennal


Née en 1977 à Londres, Royaume-Uni, où elle vit et travaille.

Expositions récentes :
Notes and Letters, Corvi-Mora, Londres, 2011 ;
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New-York, 2010 ;
Essays and Documents, Jack Shainman Gallery, New-York, 2010 ;
Essays and Letters, Michael Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town, 2010 ;
Manifesto, Faye Fleming & Partner, Genève, 2010…


"Série de peintures" | La Sucrière


La Sucrière | , 49 quai Rambaud, 69002, Lyon

Message from Muriel Guepin Gallery
Come and Visit us at an Art Fair !

Scope NY2012  

We invite you to visit our booth #A13 at the Scope Art Fair in New York City - Just across the Armory Show 

We will be showing artworks by Joanie Lemercier, Pauline Galiana, Joan Lurie, Arezoo Moseni and Audrey Stone.

Get ready for NYC ART FAIR WEEK

NYC ART FAIR WEEK | March 8th - March 11th, 2012
Let's start the list: 
SCOPE Pavilion 57th St & 12th Avenue (West Side Highway)
New York, NY 10019
Volta 7 West 34th Street
New York, NY
The PoolThe Flatiron Hotel
9 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10010


Parade des Elephants...

We did not see this one but..

we saw quite a lot of Elephants  in Singapore
 just in case..
Some are still available,....
Let me know if you are interested...

Sunday, February 12, 2012


57-59 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong
tel +852 2581 9678
fax +852 2581 9673
Hours: Monday - Saturday 10am - 7pm
Sunday 11am - 7pm

about Hong Kong....Para/Site Art Space

Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong’s leading independent, non-profit arts organization, has been awarded a Springboard Grant by the Advisory Committee on Arts Development(ACAD) in Hong Kong. It is the only visual arts organization to receive the grant, which is part of a new support scheme announced by ACAD in June last year.
The new grant scheme is part of the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme, a program built around the development and promotion of "local artists and arts groups."
The Springboard Grant is a matching grant that requires the recipient to provide equal funding, with a minimum one quarter to come from non-government funding.
When announcing the establishment of the grant program Chairman of ACAD, Mr Chung Shui-ming, said, "The Funding Scheme seeks to fund applications that contribute to the objectives of program/contents development, audience building, arts education and capacity development.  It aims to supplement existing funding schemes for the arts and, in particular, to provide new funding opportunities to enhance capacity development for promising arts groups and practitioners, and activities/projects of a large scale and/or of a long time frame."
Since its founding in 1996, Para/Site has established itself as a leading voice for alternative cultural development in the region, representing Hong Kong in the 50th (2003) and 53rd (2009) Venice Biennale as well as the 4th Gwangju Biennale (2002.)  The institution is responsible for bringing influential artists to Hong Kong such as Ai WeiweiDennis OppenheimFranz AckermannTsang Kin-wah and Vito Acconci.
Speaking to BLOUIN ARTINFO Hong Kong Para/Site executive director/curator Cosmin Costinas said “the Springboard Grant allows us at Para/Site to continue to remain faithful to our promise to the Hong Kong public to be one of the leading independent art institutions in Asia.”
The ACAD has awarded HK$2.8 million to Para/Site which Costinas says will go into “the development of the structural integrity of the institution, funding the development of all the components that are not exhibition based such as conferences, books and research projects.”
Para/Site will be eligible to apply for the grant again this year with a possible HK$4.5 million available in funding. There is a maximun funding period of three years with a HK$7.5 million cap.
Although clearly pleased with the support Costinas did sound a note of caution: "the Hong Kong Government needs to be clear that matching funds are great but they cannot provide this high level of funding and then just pull out completely. There must be an understanding on both sides about sustainability."

by Mary Agnew, BLOUIN ARTINFO Hong Kong,Contemporary Arts

other sculptures by Jiang Shuo

Linda Gallery in Singapore

Jiang Shuo was born in 1958, Beijing. She studied sculpture at the Central Academy of Arts and Design, which is now under Tsinghua University. Jiang, as the first female sculptor in China, completed her master degree in 1985 and started her career in teaching sculpture at the Central Academy until 1989. Jiang, with her husband Wu Shao Xiang, emigrated to Austria and worked at their joint studio there. Jiang's works have been widely exhibited around the world, especially in Europe. 

The sculpture that you are interested is titled Great Jump, it is one of her Red Guards Series. The Red Guards work follows in her folk art style but with the injection of a political theme to grab people's attention. The almost faceless guards with their wide-open mouths recall the period of turmoil in China when the spouting of slogans and mindless indoctrination was the path to survival. The sarcasm continues for the materialization that these red guard criticized during the Revolution, have now become their goals, to be pursued today. 

As one of the contemporary artists, she uses the accent lost-wax casting technique which was widespread in Europe until 19th Century. Great Jump is sized: 170 x 110 x110 cm, was done in the year of 2008, edition of 8 pieces. The bronze sculpture is great for outdoor display and it comes with an original certificate directly from the artist. (please see the picture as attached ) The gallery price for this piece is SGD 162,500.


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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Affordable Art Fair in Bruxelles

Courtesy of Livingwith Art Gallery: Complementary Day Pass

Who is Justin LEE, Singapore

Justin bought Pop art to Singapore. His witty, thoughtful work blends traditional Eastern imagery and techniques with twenty-first-century consumerism and Western icons. Justin had his first solo show in 2003, at the age of 40. Now, seven years on, he has held numerous exhibitions, been commissioned by commercial clients, the Esplanade, the Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Singapore among them.
He created four works specifically for Give Art. The works capture his playful nature and are inspired by the idea that Give Art works will chosen by people celebrating joyous occasions. His latest series looks back at forgotten technology such as Bakelite phones and examines how our relationships with technology have evolved. See more of his works at the New Majestic Hotel, just around the corner from Give Art's gallery.
Sour ce

Sunday, February 5, 2012

back in New York City..

New York City.- The Bertrand Delacroix Gallery is pleased to present “Toro Bravo”, an exhibition of recent works by Joseph Adolphe, on view at the gallery from February 9th through March 9th. Echoing the anxiety of an age marked by austerity and personal uncertainty, Adolphe’s subjects vary between the beaten down fighter, the agile and stoic beast, the exposed human and the vulnerable child – each of them leaving their life force in the ring. Strength and individuality are measured by their ability to endure the respective hardships of their personal confrontations with the world. They are brave despite facing a constant barrage of disappointments, setbacks and unfulfilled dreams. Any remaining optimism seems to slip into darkness. While the trajectory of Adolphe’s paintings follows this same course there is nevertheless an illogical optimism reflected in the confident and powerful force of his marks and colors, as if to say that, ‘in spite of the downfall of the proud, we still stand, bloody and marked, broken, but beautiful’

Friday, February 3, 2012

Right now, just opened the Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin

03 February -
28 March 2012
Gallery 1
Gallery 2

You can visit a gallery in Dublin having works by Merlin James for sale as this one I liked very much:

Read more information by the KERIN Gallery
Dear Laurence,
Thanks for visiting the gallery today.
Please find a jpeg attached of the Merlin James work you saw in the gallery today.
Merlin James
Bird & Piper 2009
acrylic on canvas
48 x 62 cm
18.9 x 24.4 in
Price: $ 15,000
Kindest Regards
Bríd McCarthy


Work in Progress

If it could rain in Dublin, I would maybe work on it a bit more..but NO..not a drop for the last 3 days...Great time discovering the city..

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

to see in Dublin with AWNY

1Trinity College
Douglas Hyde


arts in dublin 101..let's start

Get an insight into the art scene in Dublin at our Art section. You will find an A-Z of Dublin artists with exhibition listings and gallery details. Dublin has art to suit all tastes; from prehistoric art at the National Musem of Ireland on Kildare Street to contemporary art at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Kilmainham. Dublin's municipal art gallery, the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, has an impressive collection of both Irish and international art works. Paintings from world renowned Irish artists such as Sean Scully and Francis Bacon are exhibited here. For those who like to view their art 'au plein air', you can see an impressive collection of paintings every weekend at Merrion Square.