Thursday, June 22, 2017
Fabien Castanier Gallery at NY Urban Art Fair June 29 - July 3 featuring Speedy Graphito, Mark Jenkins, Andrew Schoultz, Zes, JonOne & RERO
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
#ArtoftheDay --> 'King Kong' by internationally recognized artist Vito Bonanno, who taps into the daily emotional and social challenges of living with autism, placing his innermost feelings onto canvas. His work is image and concept driven and embedded in his personal philosophy. His art contains the essence of his life, feelings, thoughts and dreams, coupled around objects or topics that “get stuck in his head”, including traffic lights, grids, ceiling fans, graffiti and pop culture. The work shown here is 'King Kong' from the artists Obsessions & Meditations series made with aerosol, acrylic, craypas, paint marker, archival glitter on canvas, 53.5 “ x 63.5” framed. See more work and learn more about this incredible artist at: www.vitobonanno.com
Monday, June 5, 2017
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Join us Wednesday, June 14th at 12 noon (t)here magazine announces 1 DAY OF ART MIAMI. Artists of all disciplines will gather in Miami for a one day creative event, 1 DAY OF ART. In this continuing (t)here magazine concept event – photographers, painters, writers and artists of all media will participate in an undisclosed editorial assignment.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 at Noon, participants will gather in one location in the city of Miami where they will randomly draw their assigned subject. Their subsequent content must be executed in 24 hours within the respective city limits. All files and relevant materials are due on Thursday, June 15th, 2017 at Noon, at a location to be determined.
All work produced will provide the content foundation for Issue 18 of (t)here magazine, due for release in the Fall of 2017. Deliverables must also include a brief story for our readers about the art created, in addition to an artist biography.
(t)here is dedicated to creating content that is neither edited nor editorialized by their team. It is a gallery exhibition book that provides a free flow of original artistic content from beginning to end. In addition, (t)here hopes to provide a platform for artists of all backgrounds to come together in one city, rely on the inspirational people, culture, history, architecture, music and art of Miami to execute a body of work.
For more information and participation information and to submit examples of your work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.theremag.com
All artists will be published in critically acclaimed (t)here magazine, distributed worldwide.
Friday, May 26, 2017
|Glexis Novoa ‘Ongoing Conversation’, 2016.|
Among the participating artists are: Gustavo Acosta, Alejandro Aguilera, José Bedia, Consuelo Castañeda, Humberto Castro, Arturo Cuenca, Ana Albertina Delgado, Tomás Esson, José Manuel Fors, Florencio Gelabert, Flavio Garciandía, José Franco, Rogelio “Gory” Lopez Marín, Marta María Pérez-Bravo, Carlos Rodríguez Cárdenas, José Toirac, Rubén Torres Llorca, Juan Sí-González, Ricardo Rodríguez Brey, Tomás Sánchez, Leandro Soto, Glexis Novoa, Cesar Beltran, Jose Franco, and Tonel. Some works are consigned from Pan American Art Projects, Dorfsman Fine Arts, Durban Segnini Gallery, David Castillo Gallery and The Oscar B. Cintas Foundation.
The exhibit shows this generation of Cuban artists who emerged through a series of ruptures which then led to the emergence of New Cuban Art as Luis Camnitzer referenced in his eponymous book. At the same time, the exhibit will give the audience an idea of how vigorous the work of this key group of Cuban artists was and continues to be, regardless of where they have been working from.
|Ruben Torres, ‘Brother will you spare a coin’.|
The term “Decada Prodigiosa” named by Cuban art critic Rufo Caballero, describes a turning point in the history of Cuban Art. The curators of the show – Dr. Adriana Herrera and Willy Castellanos from Aluna Curatorial Collective, and Sebastien Laboureau, Sagamore Hotel’s art advisor – appropriated Caballero’s term because it encapsulates the spirit of a time that was crucial to the art history of the island. It was a time of aesthetic divergence that questioned the relation of the artists with official institutions, undermined the narrative and iconography of political power, as well as interrogated the function and potential of art itself within society. This wayward generation resorted to conceptual strategies, such as the return to forms of expression extracted from popular culture, the appropriation of international movements, and the depiction of local rituality.
|Jose Bedia, ‘Ofrecimiento’ 2017.|
This exhibit brings together a selection of works by artists who were raised after the ’59 revolution, and who mostly attended the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) school in Havana. These artists pushed the limits of what was permitted and prohibited at that time and thus emerged in tension with what the Revolution’s authorities considered as their fundamental tenets, for the Revolution sought to forbid anything that might stand opposed to its core values.
|Artist Arturo Cuenca|
Today, these artists continue to create powerful artwork that reaffirm the value of their artistic journey. They work in La Havana, Miami and other cities without considering the hordes of consumers that flood the island in search of Cuban Art, yet unaware of the movement’s genesis and history. This selection of pioneers who lived on and around the island’s shores, allows the viewer to feel and experience the undeniable courage of a generation of innovators who made and continue to make works of art without any rules but their own. The exhibition opens on Thursday, June 1st from 7 – 9:30pm *Private Preview, by invitation online. June 2 – August 31 *Open to the Public.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
SaveArtSpace: Your Community - Selected Artist
Ashley Brossart City Walk ii
The SaveArtSpace: Your Community Selected Artist is Ashley Brossart of Louisville, KY! Ashley's work will be on display on advertisement space starting June 5th on the south-side of Louisville! The exact address will be announced in the coming days. You can learn more about Ashley at saveartspace.org/louisville.
All entries can be seen at saveartspace.org/yourcommunity.
Don't miss your opportunity to have your artwork displayed on advertisement space in your community or in New York City. saveartspace.org/submit
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Join us on Friday, May 12th from 7-10pm when Second Friday Open Studios returns to the Bakehouse Art Complex. Experience the opening reception of The Multiple Shapes of Air in the Swenson Gallery and the Annual Countywide Student Art Show in the Audrey Love Gallery.
The summer is just heating up as the academic year draws to a close and summer plans take shape, BAC’s Portfolio Development program is an excellent opportunity to enrich art education and artistic practice for Middle and High School students seeking admission to arts charter schools.
Bakehouse also announces The Rocking Chair Sessions, a podcast initiative conceived and produced by Maria-Therese Barbist ans Elysa Batysta, the BABA Collective, in Studio 9U at the Bakehouse. And don’t miss The Miami Plein Air Society, who are often painting on the beautiful Vizcaya premises and other inspiring locations in our Magic City.
The Bakehouse Art Complex is open to the public from 12-5pm, 7 days a week with free parking. Please stop by and get inspired!
See Event Listing for more details: http://www.themiamiartscene.com/event/bakehouse-complex-2nd-friday-open-studios/