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On the Rocks at Susan Eley Fine Art

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Susan Eley Fine Art is delighted to announce the opening of “ON THE ROCKS”, their first juried exhibition, on Wednesday, June 26 with a reception for the artists from 6-8 pm. The exhibition will remain on view through August 29.

The gallery was thrilled to receive hundreds of works of art from around the world. The final selection is comprised of 64 artworks by 54 artists, 38 of whom have never exhibited at SEFA. The artists hail from the US, Canada and Spain, and will be represented by painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textile and collage, in materials including oil, acrylic, cardboard, wood and fiber, watercolor, sumi ink, gouache, graphite, brick, soapstone, wood and more. (more…)

Garvey|Simon presents Ann Aspinwall: Spirit of Place

Monday, June 17th, 2019

Garvey|Simon, in collaboration with McKenzie Fine Art, is pleased to present Ann Aspinwall: Spirit of Place, an exhibition of the artist’s recent work in silkscreen, etching, linocut, and collagraph. Limiting herself to the minimal elements of undulating parallel lines and a few carefully selected colors, Aspinwall creates luminous expanses that are suggestive of landscape, water, and sky. This is the artist’s second solo exhibition with Garvey|Simon.  The show runs through July 13th 2019. (more…)

Accola Griefen Fine Art present AT HOME

Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Accola Griefen Fine Art is pleased to present, in their new viewing space near the Brooklyn Museum, the exhibition At Home. This selection of work by American women artists of the 20th and 21st century includes Carol Cole, Merritt Johnson, Pat Lasch, Alice Neel, Judy Pfaff, Hilla Rebay, Janet Sobel, Renée Stout and Rhonda Wall. At Home is a response to the changing landscape of the art world as well as to the particular and complex demands on working women. The selection of works is inspired by the ways in which women negotiate and contest the boundaries between private and public space and private and public lives.

It is on view through June 30, 2019.

Special Reception with Judy Pfaff & Carol Cole on Thursday, June 20th  
RSVP Required
Contact us via email to RSVP & receive more details or to schedule visit on another date

The gallery can also be accessed via Instagram @accolagriefen

Enlivening the Workspace: An Interview with Katie Henry, Director of Art in Offices

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

Katie Henry is Director of Art in Offices, which was established in 2012. Her background lies in sculpture and she holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Central Saint Martins Art College and a Masters in Arts Administration and Management from the University of London. The company provides businesses of any size straightforward access to original and affordable art for their workplaces and ensures that their family of artists can make a living from their work. Not only does Katie handpick artists who have investible careers and could form the basis of a corporate collection, she also provides high-value services such as the management of art collections and corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies.

www.artinoffices.com/

Services offered include art sales, rental, subscriptions, installation, shipping, insurance, valuation and consultation, corporate art collection management, arts strategy for corporate social responsibility.

Stephanie Yeap spoke with Katie at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London…

1. Describe your business in 5 words:

We’ve gone through a rebrand recently and thought very hard about our new values. Our business is bespoke, passionate, open, cultured and proactive. (more…)

Art Basel Unlimited Preview – Big and Beautiful by Art Decision

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

The Unlimited Sector of Art Basel is the platform for showing large-scale projects or as the press release states “artworks that transcend the traditional art fair stand”  This includes sculptures, video work, wall paintings, photographic services and performance art.  It is an immersive experience for the viewer where one can often step into the works, without the watchful eye of a gallery owner on you.  Curated for the eighth and final year by Gianni Jetzer, Curator-at-Large at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., this year’s Unlimited promises to be as dynamic and thought-provoking as in years past.  75 large-scale projects are on view at Unlimited this year in the massive hall next to the traditional galleries sector.

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