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http://www.florencebiennale.org/



          
            * We’ll closed at 5:00PM on Thursday, August 15. Sorry for inconvenience.
             http://www.iseny.org/


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Process of Perceiving 



March. 7 - April. 21, 2013

Tuesday - Sunday 11am-6pm


P339 Gallery: 

339 Bedford Ave(Bet. S 3rd st & S 4th st) Brooklyn, NY 11211

Tell: +1 (301) 529-1400   

HP: gallery.crosspointnyc.com


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[Process of Perceiving]


Sequoyah Aono presents three dimensional objects via sculpture as he continues making things anachronistically by hand in a consuming society full of conveniently available stuff.  The artist sees that the process of building things up seems to have some similarity to the life cycle, and so he is trying to expose this process.  From trees hewn down, these three dimensional sculptures carved by hand have been previously exhibited in public, all of which he regards were completely finished as his original pieces.  He ventured to add a destructive process followed by reconstruction into other forms.


The result might make his pieces unstable in view, but this is his question to the specific concepts that he finds in the art market, and also his challenge to find a new art path.

Aono introduces unique ‘living’ art works that result from ‘broken’ visual images, showing imperfection at a glance.




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Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2013



March 23, 2013 - February 23, 2014

  

Museum: National Portrait Gallery 


This juried exhibition of portraits includes 48 works created from both traditional media like oil paintings, drawings and photographs as well as more surprising materials such as rice, glitter, thread and video. The tri-ennial competition invites artists working in the figurative arts to submit portraits of people close to them. The museum received over 3,000 entries in a variety of visual arts media.


The winner of the National Portrait Gallery’s third Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition will receive the grand prize of $25,000 a commission to create a portrait of a living individual for the museum’s permanent collection. It will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated publication. Dorothy Moss, assistant curator of painting and sculpture, is the competition director and curator of the exhibition.


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 M2M Project

           
             






                     
 Watching                                      
            Video+Sound by  Maria Niro

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FRACTAL



FEB. 22 – MAR. 8, 2013

Mon-Fri: 10:00am – 6:00pm, Sat: 10:00am – 5:00pm, Sun: Closed



The Nippon Gallery at The Nippon Club

145 West 57th Street(Bet.6 & 7Av), New York, NY 10019

Tell: 

+1 (212) 581-2223

 

HP: www.nipponclub.org


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Grant Winners Exhibition 2012
Nov. 15 - 30, 2012

The Phyriman Mason Gallery, ASL
215 West 57th Street 2nd floor, New York, NY
                  




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Now on view through February 18, 2012
Reception Tuesday, January 31, 6 to 8 pm
 

Laylah Ali, Sequoyah Aono, Milton Avery, Alix Bailey, William Bailey, Saul Baizerman, Leland Bell, Varujan Boghosian, Chuck Bowdish, David Burliuk, Nick Carone, Susanna Coffey, Robert De Niro, Sr, John Dubrow, Garth Evans, Mary Frank, Lucian Freud, Arnold Friedman, Bruce Gagnier, Paul Georges, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Nancy Grossman, Meraud Guinness Guevara, Grace Hartigan, Peter Heinemann, Lester Johnson, Earl Kerkam, Daisuke Kiyomiya, Franz Kline, Louise Kruger, Leonid Lerman, Ro Lohin, Louisa Matthiasdottir, Alfred Maurer, Ruth Miller, Jan Müller, Elie Nadelman, Victor Pesce, Susannah Phillips, Paul Resika, Lucas Samaras, Jonathan Shahn, Maurice Sievan, Jonathan Silver, Elena Sisto, Joseph Stella, Sandra Stone, and Helen Miranda Wilson

From left: Joseph Stella, Nancy Grossman, Paul Georges, Sequoyah Aono, Arnold Friedman
 


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Sequoyah Aono presents a collection of three-dimensional and relief works designed to be viewed from multiple angles and even touched.  He is interested in how the multiple cultures In New York City mix and create an energy that is unique to this city.  For those of us who live here, it is just a fact of daily life, but the artist sees it as the creation of positive energy that can help societies progress in healthy directions.  The power that can exist between two people looking at each other is the inspiration behind this body of work.  The artist, having looked at some of the millions of New York City residents, brings a version of a few of those people into the gallery for you to spend some time face to face.

Chashama events link:  http://www.chashama.org/events



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ART FOR JAPAN
Art Exhibition to help the earthpuake and Tsunami victims in Japan.


On March 11, the massive earthquake of magnitude 9,0 and the huge Tsunami hit Northeast of Japan and caused catastrophic damages. Thousands of people were killed and many more are still missing.

ISE Cultural Foundation is organizing 1 day art exhibition of "ART FOR JAPAN" in order to raise the fund for the earthquake and Tsunami victims in Japan.
In this event, the artists will donate their artworks and exhibit at ISE Cultural Foundation Front Space Gallery on Tuesday, March 29.
All of the artworks will be sold either $20 or $40 in cash only.
ISE Cultural Foundation will match up the same amount of the all sales from the event and will donate 100% of the fund to Iwate, 
Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures through the Japanese American Association of New York.


ART FOR JAPAN
Place: ISE Cultural Foundation Front Space Gallery
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 5:00-8:00 pm



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Governors Island Art Fair
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The 4heads present hundreds of independent, international artists exhibiting in the 3rd annual Governors Island Art Fair. Come enjoy 5 buildings full of sculpture, painting, photography, installation and performance art. 

Inaugurate your Labor Day jollification with a visit to Governors Island honoring the vital force of artistic labor, glorifying the civic and aesthetic achievements of our proudest art workers!
 



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11am-6pmClosing Reception - 
Sunday, September 26th
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'Moments of Being' EXHIBITION

Opening Party Reception: 8/13 (Fri) 6-9pm
*Especial Live Jazz performance by Zozimos with Amanda Brasher*
Exhibition: 8/12 (Thur) ~ 8/18 (Wed), 12-6pm
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2010 Red Dot Exhibition
 

Annual Red Dot Exhibition
June 1¨C4,* 7¨C12, 14-15, 2010
Reception: June 8, 6¨C8 p.m.

Each week beginning in January through May, Class Concurs are held at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery. Student work is displayed and judged by League instructors. Works deemed best from each class receive a "Red Dot" and are exhibited at the beginning of the summer session in this special exhibition. Such works tell the school¡¯s story, reflecting a tradition of excellence and respect for diversity.

*The gallery will be open to the public June 1-4 even though classes are not in session.






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The Affordable Art Fair 2010


May 6 - 9, 2010

 

Thursday ¨C Sunday

7 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001



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Center City Galleries Grand Opening



April 1 - April 30  2010

Opening Reception:  April 15   6-10pm


Center City Galleries

Center City Mall    
301 Main Street, Paterson, NJ 07505
Tell:
(973)881-0001


 
 







 
 
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