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MAY 1-JUNE 16, 2015 Exhibition
Amsterdam Whitney Gallery
AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY
, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York
City, is proud to show in its
MAY 1-JUNE 16 2015 Exhibition leading Contemporary
Master Artists whose work explores the abstract,
figurative and natural worlds, exalting the
realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration
and dazzling form. This special “SALUTE
To The STARS!” exhibition boasts more
“Stars than there are in Heaven”
and offers a sparkling tribute which will
dazzle the senses of both art acquisitiors
and art aficionados alike with its incandescent
renewal and regeneration of the visual realm.
AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY's May-June exhibition
provides an enlightened platform to foster
national and international artistic activity
16, 2015 Exhibition
Gala Champagne Reception & "Salute
To The Stars!" Fete: Thursday, May 7,
2015 6:00-8:00 pm
SYNERGY of the STARS
J. B. DULE
Whitney Gallery | 511 West 25th Street Suite
New York, NY 10001
Thursday, May 14: 5 pm - 9 pm
Friday, May 15: 12 pm - 8 pm
Saturday, May 16: 12 pm - 8 pm
Sunday, May 17: 12pm - 6 pm
Thursday, May 14–Sunday May 17, 2015.
Art Miami New
York will provide a fresh alternative to acquire
important never-before-exhibited works from
both the primary and secondary markets in
an intimate light. The fair will cater to
seasoned and new art collectors who are looking
to experience a carefully-curated, rich in
content, quality presentation of the best
of what the global contemporary art market
has to offer in New York City this May. The
versatile and rich selection of works on display
will have a strong focus and representation
of emergent talent as well as mid-career cutting-edge
artists, anchored by a fresh selection of
blue-chip secondary market works by top name
artists from the Modern & Post-War eras.
Nearly 1,200 artists from over 50 countries
will be on display at the fair.
One Day Pass
$25. Multi Day Pass $55. Students and Seniors
$15. For more information, please visit www.artmiaminewyork.com
94 | Westside Highway at 55th Street
Friday May 22nd, 7pm-9pm
Front Room Gallery
On Friday May
22nd, Front Room presents"Blind Trust"
which is a solo exhibition of new paintings
by Peter Fox. Expanding on his signature style
of drip painting, Peter Fox’s spilled
paint works have taken on bold gestural movements.
Referencing formal systems of Abstract Painting,
this series explores the language of relational
color, as articulated through layered processes.
Each composition is developed through variance
and repetition, and evolves with the allowance
of chance. Opening reception on May 22nd.
On view from May 22nd to June 21st.
Free. For more information visit
frontroom.org | 718-782-2556
Room Gallery | 147 Roebling street, Williamsburg
But is it Art?
May 5th - May 15th
Con Artist Collective
of contemporary art’s most pressing
questions as its title, this group show at
the Con Artist Collective addresses the current
atmosphere of our post-painting, post-postmodern
art world. With an emphasis on mixed-media
work that employs non-traditional materials
and methods, “But is it Art?”
examines the sometimes violent shift away
from classical modes and features artists
as bold in the visions they build as they
are ruthless in the rules they break. Curated
by Josef Pinlac, “But is it Art?”
includes work by Justin Aversano, Carolyn
Colsant, Sessa Englund, James Gardella, Daniel
Lamanna, Winter Mendelson, Maria Petrovskaya,
Josef Pinlac, Bree Rubin, Audrey Ryan, Heather
Marie Scholl, Alex Williams and Shaina Yang.
Exhibition is FREE.
More info may be found here: http://conartistnyc.com/blogs/news/17630532-but-is-it-art
Con Artist Collective
& Gallery | 119 Ludlow St. (Lower East
moon at The Kymberle Project
Friday, May 15th - 8pm-4am
The Kymberle Project
Moon will once again bring you an incredible
evening to ring in the summer time.
Join us at the Kymberle Project May 15th for
an all night event of large scale art, wild
video projections by Jesse Mann and live music
that will leave holes in your dancing shoes.
Performances by Party Supplies, Hank and Cupcakes,
Zongo Junction, Pepito and DJ Kaila Mullady.
$10 at the door.
Kymberle Project | 1332 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn,
Mediums & The World @ Agora Gallery This
Friday April 24 11a.m. – Thursday May
14 6 p.m.
Themes of color and
transformation run deep through the Kaleidoscope
of the Mind, an exhibition featuring a variety
of techniques and styles, from abstract sculpture
to realistic figurative paintings. Artists
create complex patterns with vivid color,
and pose figures against conceptual backdrops
in order to build captivating universes for
the viewer to get lost in. Illumination: An
Exhibition of Fine Art Photography takes a
look at the burgeoning talent in the world
of photographic contemporary art. The images
transport viewers to every corner of the world,
highlighting the internationality of these
talented artists and their artistic journeys:
from the Sahara Desert to North American city
streets, from the skies of France to the seas
free and art lovers are warmly encouraged
| 530 West 25th St.
Image: Nicole Eisenman
(American, b. France, 1965), Seder, 2010,
oil on canvas. The Jewish Museum, New York.
Purchase: Lore Ross Bequest; Milton and Miriam
Handler Endowment Fund; and Fine Arts Acquisitions
Nicole Eisenman's Seder
Fourth Offering in New Exhibition Series
Exploring Works from the Jewish Museum
Opens March 13, 2015 through August 9, 2015
The Jewish Museum
Showcasing a painting
commissioned by the Jewish Museum in 2010,
Masterpieces & Curiosities: Nicole Eisenman's
Seder continues a series of exhibitions focused
on individual works in the Museum's world-renowned
collection. On view from March 13 to August
9, 2015, this exhibition presents Eisenman's
painting Seder with over 25 seldom seen yet
important portraits by such artists as Jules
Pascin, Theresa Bernstein, Raphael and Moses
Soyer, and Edouard Vuillard that help illuminate
her painterly approach and chosen subject.
The diverse breadth of techniques and styles
used in these works will demonstrate how Eisenman
looks to the past as inspiration for her unique
narratives of 21st century life. Also included
is a selection of Passover Seder plates from
the Museum's collection, ranging from the
18th to 21st centuries.
The fourth show in the Masterpieces &
Curiosities series, Nicole Eisenman's Seder
differs from previous installations. Rather
than analyze the content and subjects of the
painting, the exhibition will look at the
connections between this contemporary work
and the portraits. These paintings represent
different time periods, places, and styles,
while also revealing the continuous exploration
and evolution of Jewish identity. They detail
the political and social history of the past
hundred years through the portrayal of individuals
ranging from the aristocrat to the anonymous
burgher to the artist. Through this varied
display of artworks in dialogue, Seder can
be seen as responding to and advancing a storied
visual and material tradition of Jewish culture.
On Thursday, March 26 at 6:30pm, Nicole Eisenman
will speak with Joanna Montoya Robotham about
Seder. This program is part of Writers and
Artists Respond, a series of thought-provoking
discussions and performances led by artists,
musicians, and writers in the Museum's exhibition
galleries. The discussion is free with Pay-What-You-Wish
Admission; RSVP Recommended.
The Jewish Museum is located at 1109 Fifth
Avenue at 92nd Street, New York City. Museum
hours are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday,
11am to 5:45pm; Thursday, 11am to 8pm; and
Friday, 11am to 4pm. Museum admission is $15.00
for adults, $12.00 for senior citizens, $7.50
for students, free for visitors 18 and under
and Jewish Museum members. Admission is Pay
What You Wish on Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm
and free on Saturdays. For information on
the Jewish Museum, the public may call 212.423.3200
or visit the website at www.thejewishmuseum.org.
Jewish Museum | The Jewish Museum | 1109 Fifth
Avenue | New York | NY | 10128
May 7 – June 20, Opening May 7, 6-8
Mike Weiss Gallery
Mike Weiss Gallery
is pleased to present New Order, the first
solo exhibition by Michael Zelehoski with
the gallery. Zelehoski takes found three-dimensional
objects like pallets and police barricades
and restructures them into two-dimensional
space. The resulting works are not mirrors
of the objects but instead examine and challenge
the selective process of human perception
in its most abstract and creative tendencies.
By working somewhere in between the separate
domains of sculpture’s core dimensionality
and painting’s historical flatness,
Zelehoski’s work also mixes in the formalist
ethos of emphasizing composition. The exhaustive
process of metamorphosis in Zelehoski’s
work fluidly moves between fully-formed objects
and binary abstraction, pursuing the possibilities
and intricacies of perception.
212 691 6899
Gallery | 520 W 24 St.