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As the Crow Flies at Sara Nightingale Gallery

Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present As the Crow Flies, Janet Goleas, Laurie Lambrecht, and Ross Watts, who have each selected one artist to join them in the exhibit: Priscilla Heine, Virva Hinnemo, and Jeremy Grosvenor, respectively. The exhibition will open on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. and will run through Dec. 16.
As the crow flies, these artists live and work in close proximity to one another. All have studios on the East End and are embedded in and deeply committed to the Hamptons arts community. Priscilla Heine, Virva Hinnemo and Jeremy Grosvener will be exhibiting at the gallery for the first time.
The exhibition is organized by Janet Goleas, Laurie Lambrecht and Ross Watts.
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Space of Belonging, new paintings by Angela A’Court at Susan Eley Fine Art

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to present Space of Belonging, a solo show featuring new paintings by Angela A’Court. The exhibition opens on Thursday, November 14 with a reception from 6-8 pm, 

Space of Belonging is comprised of pastel paintings and a series of mixed media prints, all produced within the last two years. A’Court first exhibited with SEFA in the three-person show, Finding Arcadia (2008). Subsequently, she has participated in numerous group shows and art fairs in the UK, US and Canada. Of note was her 2016 solo exhibition at SEFA, The Poetry of Mending. A’Court begins each painting with a broad, color plane—red, blue, pink or yellow—which acts as a table for the artist’s still life vocabulary. Read more

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Slow Art at Village West Gallery

Village West Gallery is pleased to present Slow Art – Thoughtful art that rewards a long look.
Today’s mode of thinking around visual imagery is closely tied to social media, advertising and instant gratification. We are conditioned to scroll, swipe and digest imagery in a flash and then move on to the next.  Slow Art is an exhibition dedicated to works that intentionally slows down the senses and creates a space for contemplation. 20 local, regional and national artists with a wide range of styles and methods of expression have been selected by co-curators Diana Schmertz and Robinson Holloway. Featured Artists include –
David Baskin, Jimbo Blachly, Sharela Bonfield, Alexandra Brock, Patricia Cazorla & Nancy Saleme, Pam Cooper, Alexis Duque, Cathy
Ellis, Peter Gynd, Jeanne Heifetz,Gosha Karpowicz, Anki King, Megan Klim, Ezra Mara, Vikki Michalios, Joshua Mintz, David Rios Ferreira, Gail Rothschild and Rachael Wren.
The exhibit is ongoing through December 6, 2019
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On Art and Social Justice: an interview with Kristina Huntington, Founder of KH Fine Art Projects

Kristina Huntington is Founder of KH Fine Art Projects, a full-service fine art consultancy. With over two decades’ worth of industry expertise, she has held positions at Mana Contemporary, Sotheby’s New York, Hubert Gallery and currently manages Lincoln Center Editions at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. She is also a fine art appraiser with a speciality in prints and is USPAP certified by the Appraisers Association of America.

Kristina established her consultancy in 2011 to guide private collectors, corporations and cultural institutions in building their art collections. Drawing on her ample experience in the commercial art world, the business offers clients a discerning approach to the market and knowledge of best collection practices. www.khprojects.com

Services include: acquisitions, curation, collection management, appraisals, framing, installation and fine art storage solutions.

Stephanie Yeap spoke with Kristina between London and New York via video call…

  1. 1. Describe your business in 5 words:

Full-service fine art consultancy.

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Beyond the White Box: an interview with Catherine Testorf, Founder and Director of InSight Artspace

Catherine Testorf is Founder and Director of InSight Artspace, a Westchester-based interactive art business established in 2018. She was previously Co-Founder of Sohotel Artspace Gallery, where she introduced international practitioners to the New York art scene. Catherine founded the business after 10 years in Switzerland’s financial industry, where she grew to appreciate art not only as an investment but also as a bridge to cultures around the world. www.insightartspace.com

InSight Artspace was founded on the mission of foregrounding the personal journeys of contemporary artists while fostering a creative and intimate dialogue around their work. The business primarily represents women artists. Bringing together practitioners, collectors and visitors, the business prides itself in ensuring accessibility to art to people from all walks of life. With bold choices to showcase at pop-up fairs and alternate venues such as restaurants and spas, InSight Artspace aims to stimulate new conversations and promote art as an essential component of life. 

Stephanie Yeap spoke with Catherine via video call between London and New York City…

  1. 1. Describe your business in 5 words:

The phrase “outside the white box format” really corresponds to what I currently do at InSight Artspace, my interactive gallery. And what I mean by the white box is the traditional gallery model that never changes. I believe people have to see art in different perspectives in order to enrich their lives and you can’t achieve that with the same old format.

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