• Art Fair Diaries- Miami 2008

      Monday, 8 December 2008 14:40

      Friday, December 5  After a lovely brunch at the Penguin Hotel’s front terrace restaurant on Ocean Drive, we attended the phenomenal performances of the overlooked Czech conceptualist, Jiřί Kovanda, whose re-enactment of his actions and installations from the 70s in the nearby Lummus Park were a highlight of the fair. Then on to the not-for-profit […]

    • Art Fair Diaries- Miami 2008

      Monday, 8 December 2008 14:26

      Thursday, December 4 Thursday morning began with a mini tanning session on the beach followed by a plunge in the surprisingly cold water. Afternoon activities included a talk by critic, Jerry Saltz at “Art Conversations”. His discussion of the impending doom of the financial crisis on the art market and the ways it might just […]

    • Art Fair Diaries- Miami 2008

      Friday, 5 December 2008 15:43

      Wednesday Dec. 3 This year’s Miami art fair experience started even before we left New York. Judging by the majority of passengers clad in black, chic jewelry, and angular haircuts, the entire plane was populated by art-fair goers. We even experienced our first art-star sighting of trip: painter, John Currin and his wife, sculptor, Rachel […]

    • Art Basel Miami Top Five:

      Friday, 5 December 2008 15:39

      1. Jordan Wolfson film projection at Johann König, 2. Chicks on Speed video installation Kate MacGarry 3. Falke Pisano installation at De Bruijne 4. Michael S. Riedel film projection at Gabriele Senn Galerie 5. Olaf Breuning sand sculpture on the beach near the Sagamore Hotel Gillian Sneed 1. Jordan Wolfson film projection at Johann König, […]

    • Welcome to Art Beijing!

      Wednesday, 29 October 2008 12:52

      Art Beijing Contemporary Art Fair is the first promotional project of this cultural originality. Art Beijing 2009 has been the 4th of this top event. Facing the situation of increasing competition in expositions at home and abroad and with great support from all sides, the previous three Art Beijing bases itself upon the mainland, scans […]

    • Holly Lynton

      Wednesday, 29 October 2008 12:37

      "I make large-scale, color, photographic prints and videos, turning mundane events and memories from my daily life into fantasies. The events can be anything from playing in the snow, to a bird getting caught in raspberry netting. Sometimes, I respond spontaneously to an event in the world and grab my camera. Other times, I recreate […]

    • Tamarind Art Presents- Mind, Matter & Mystique

      Wednesday, 29 October 2008 12:16

      Tamarind Art Council is pleased to announce Mind Matter & Mystique Opening Reception: 28 October 2008, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm RSVP: rsvp@tamarindart.com Exhibition will run from 28 October – 6 December 2008 Tamarind Art is pleased to announce "Mind, Matter and Mystique", an exhibition featuring seven promising Indian painters: Maneesha Doshi, Dipankar Dasgupta, Eleena […]

    • David Kastner at Gallerie Ico Preview

      Thursday, 17 April 2008 15:38

      Multi-media artist, David Kastner’s innovative and exciting work primarily sculptural in outlook, has moved into the realm of painting. With his Technicolor swirling and dripping abstractions, the marbleized effect of his radiant palette often breaks the boundaries of the traditional “frame”. Expanding his custom-made surfaces that raised like reliefs, he creates multi-leveled surfaces of paint. […]

    • The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD)

      Friday, 11 April 2008 10:36

      Founded in 1978, The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) represents more than 145 of the world’s leading galleries in fine art photography. AIPAD is dedicated to creating and maintaining the highest standards of scholarship and ethical practice in the business of exhibiting, buying and selling photographs as fine art.     Presented by […]


      Tuesday, 1 April 2008 10:32

      Fri March 28 Friday night witnessed the ridiculously long line outside the Swiss Institute on Broadway in SoHo for the experimental and “subversive” Dark Art Fair. Providing a kind of art fair alternative, the concept was to hold a fair without the use of natural or electric light, thus engendering a unique experience within which […]

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