Monday, May 31, 2010

Hermaphrodite 2010 performance at ZORASPACE

In the current collaboration, Hermaphrodite 2010, KiptonART Artist Aphrodite Desiree Navab and Chervine Dalaeli, artists who are from Iran and based in NYC, explore the gender stereotypes and pressures of Iranian Patriarchal culture.
Dalaeli photographs Navab as she transforms herself into a Hermaphrodite and follows her as she interacts with the public for several weeks. For the June 12th event at Zoraspace, Hermaphrodite will perform the exclusively male Persia ritualized exercise tradition called Zurkhaneh, "house of strength". Zoraspace is located at 315 4th Ave, Brooklyn, New York.

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KiptonART & New York City Ballet's Young Patrons Circle Celebrate Young Artists, 5 Year Anniversary of and NYC Ballet's Dance with the Dancers June Benefit Kick-Off

On June 8th in the heart of the financial district, KiptonART + New York City Ballet's Young Patrons Circle will be celebrating young artists, the 5 anniversary of and the NYC Ballet's 'Dance With The Dancers' June Benefit Kick-Off for the opening "Fine Future Perfect."  The evening will be hosted by Kipton Cronkite, Adelina Wong Ettelson, Sarah Sophie Flicker, Ashleigh Pattee, Amy Sacco, Allison Sarofim and Arden WohlDJ Francesco Civetta will be providing music throughout the 2,200 square foot ground floor retail space at 75 Wall street for the launch of the newest KiptonART "Access" space curated by Stephen Frailey

Click here to read more about the event in our Online Magazine
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Sunday, May 30, 2010

MOCA to Exhibit Dennis Hopper Retrospective

Jeffery Deitch's first exhibition under his new directorial role at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles will be a retrospective of artworks by the late Dennis Hopper.  Opening July 11, the exhibition will display paintings and photographs under the title of "Art is Life."  Curating the show is Julian Schnabel, who planned alongside Hopper the entire exhibition.  Last October, KiptonART covered Hopper's "Sign of the Times" opening at Tony Shafrazi's Chelsea Gallery.  He truly was an iconic American artist with unmeasurable talents.

Click here to read KiptonART's coverage on "Sign of the Times"
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Image courtesy of Dennis Hopper, Andy Warhol, Photograph, 30" x 20"

Recently Uploaded KiptonART Work

Kimberly Love, Viola, 24"x18", Acrylic on Canvas

Arno Elias, Gun's Fly, 48"x36", Mixed Media

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Paris Opening: Vincent Edmond Louis, "Famous/Unknowns"

On June 3, KiptonART artist Vincent Edmond Louis will be hosting the opening of his exhibition "Famous/Unknowns" at the Galerie de l'Europe in Paris, France.  Acting like a coloring book, Vincent's black-and-white photographs reveal personalized text written over the portraits of people he has met: some famous and others unknown.  The exhibition runs through the June 12th, located at Galerie de l'Europe, 55 rue de Seine.  For more details contact

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Vincent Edmond Louis, Thomas 2, 16" x 20", C-print/Mixed Media

Opening Today: American Museum of Natural History, "Race to the End of the Earth"

Race to the End of the Earth is an exhibition exploring the contest that took place in 1911-1912 to be the first country to reach the South Pole.  Two leaders, the Norwegian, Roald Amundsen and the British, Captain Robert Falcon Scott faced unimaginable challenges as they raced to the center of the South Pole and back.  One team would arrive first and only one would make it back.  The exhibition explores historic artifacts while also spotting modern technologies used in the Antartic and its potential future.

Buy tickets here
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Image courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History

Friday, May 28, 2010

24-Hour Art Pick

Today is your last chance to see Michael Asher's proposed work for the Whitney Biennial.  Initially he planned to have the Museum open for 24hours a day for one week.  According to the Whitney's website, "due to budgetary and human resources limitations, the Museum is unable to remain twenty-four hours a week for one week.  As a result, this work has been shortened from seven days to three days."  And those three days end tonight at 11:59pm.  During these hours the Museum operates as it always does, with galleries open to all visitors.  Both the book store and the cafe with also be running.  Asher is famed for challenging art institutions to change conventional aspects and creating new perspective.  Swing by the museum anytime before midnight tonight to get the final view of Asher's work (though arguably unfinished due to time constraints).

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Image courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Michael Asher, Rendering for his proposal for 2010, the Whitney Biennial

DURATIONS: Pratt MFA Photography Thesis Exhibition

Daniel Cooney Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition of new photographs by seven emerging photographers. Durations is a show in which seven different artists come together to explore ideas of time, space, proximity through medium of photography.

Opening Reception is Thursday, June 10, 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: June 10-19

511 West 25th Street, #506
New York, NY 10001
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Above, Image by Ben Zucker

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Maxi Cohen's "Ladies Rooms Around The World"

Maxi Cohen, New York City Opera, 1981, photography

My earliest recollection of my interest in bathrooms was the age of three. Bored with grown-ups talking in a foreign language in the overstuffed living room of relatives, I explored the pink tile bathroom, that is, until I decided to just drive home alone. I made it as far as into the fence, which I think was quite an accomplishment for one who couldn't see over the steering wheel.

Maxi Cohen, The Rainbow Room, NYC, 1985, photography

With help from a small grant from The New York State Council on the Arts, a new film for Ladies Rooms Around the World is in the works.

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"Kipton Specials" Thursday featuring work by Bon Duke

Every Thursday KiptonART is offering the "Kipton Specials" for a selected KiptonART artist. Today take advantage of this very special promotion and receive a 25 percent discount on 2010 KiptonART Rising Winner Bon Duke's work. Duke is a School of Visual Arts graduate photographer with images referencing pop media and fashion.  Duke is currently displaying two works at Salomon Contemporary in Chelsea. Between the hours of 12noon and 4pm today, you can either request a piece of Duke's work or purchase the work to receive the "Kipton Special".

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Bon Duke, Rumble Fish 1, 36" x 30", C-print

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

KiptonART For Sale: "Transparency Dye (cyan)" by Richard Williamson

Richard Williamson, Transparency Dye (cyan), 11"x14", Photography
Richard Williamson is one of 7 artists being featured in the upcoming "Fine Future Perfect" exhibition, curated by Stephen Frailey, opening June 8th in the new KiptonART Access Space.
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KiptonART Art For Sale: "Scattered Remains" by Ula Einstein

Ula Einstein, Scattered Remains, 32" x 26", Mixed Media


Ula Einstein is a master at manipulating materials with natural elements such as scorching with heat.  There is an immediate reaction that her works are delicate and likely to damage easily.  Closure inspection reveals strength in the organic material, created by sheer originality.  Her work, three in total, are currently hanging in the KiptonART "Urban Utopia" group exhibition at 32 Greene Street in Soho.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

KiptonART Artist Peter Ketchum Showing at "The Hudson Guild"

Artist Peter Ketchum, who recently exhibited 140 works at the Norfolk Library in Connecticut, is currently displaying art in a group show at The Hudson Guild.  The exhibition "Walt Whitman's Calamus at 150" celebrates artwork that correlates to the writings written by the famous American poet 150 years ago.  The Calamus poems come from Whitman's poetry collection found in his book Leaves of Grass.  Many modern critics believe that these poems show Whitman's personal thoughts on the idea of homosexual love.  Ketchum's own work explores the beauty of many of society's taboos including sexuality, race and weight.  In the Hudson Guild exhibition, Ketchum's art hangs next to an Andy Warhol.  Both reveal young men physically embracing.

"Walt Whitman's Calamus at 150" at The Hudson Guild (441 West 26th St.) runs through June 1st

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Peter Ketchum, Walt Whitman 150 Anniversary, 30" x 20", Mixed Media/Acrylic on Canvas

Serge Strosberg's "NYC Amazons" series

KiptonART artist, Serge Strosberg, recently hosted a studio visit to share and exhibit his latest series of paintings, NYC Amazons, upon returning from a prestigious residency at Zendai Shanghai's Himalayas Art Museum. Strosberg's latest paintings and drawings explore the character of NYC nightlife.  View Serge Strosberg's KiptonART portfolio.

Monday, May 24, 2010

"Musings" work by Antoinette Wysocki

KiptonART Artist, Antoinette Wysocki recently closed Musings at The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong. Australian mixed media sculptor, Hanna Hoyne and American painter, Antoinette Wysocki are two contemporary female artists who share an enduring interest in the universal human condition. Musings presented new works by both Wysocki and Hoyne combining the forceful aesthetic quality of each body of work.
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PRIME Property: 10 Years of Design

PROPERTY, the chic home furnishings showroom in Soho which features American and European furniture designs and accents, celebrated its 10th year anniversary with a private preview exhibition of design vignettes commemorating 10 years of its design history, including the work of Alvar Aalto, Franco Albini, Todd Brancher, Roger Borg, CKR, Jeremy Cole, Carlo Colombo, Tom Dixon, Caccia Dominoni, Rodolfo Dordoni, Khodi Feiz, Reza Feiz, For Use, Norman Foster, Gam plus Fratesi, JSPR, Ferruccio Laviani, Arik Levy, Mike & Maaike, Lievore Altherr Molina, Paola Navone, Luca Nichetto Lina Nordquist, Fabio Novemre, Pandora Design, Gio Ponti, Pudelskern, Matteo Ragni, Brian Rasmussen, Chris Rucker, Romani Saccano, Schilsan, Space Design, Giovanni Travasa, Patricia Urquiola and Wis Design. Curated by design talent Jason Paulson, the exhibition opened May 17th during the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), and close May 31.

Read more about 10 Years of Design in KiptonART Magazine.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

KiptonART helps raise $20,000 for Habitat for Humanity International

Haiti Rebirth Charity Brunch Raises Nearly $20K to Benefit Habitat For Humanity International

On Saturday, May 15th more than 150 New York City professionals joined forces to raise awareness and funds at the Haiti Rebirth Charity Brunch, an event to benefit Habitat for Humanity International. The event was help at the Columbia University Faculty House in the Presidential Ballroom.

An art and silent auction reception that preceded the brunch was curated by KiptonART and featured donations from the following KiptonART artists: Jade Doskow, Marlon Krieger, Mary Lonergan, Kiritin Beyer, Marc Dimov, David Needleman, Sabina Forbes ii, Antoinette Wysocki.

Read more about the Haiti Rebirth Charity Brunch in KiptonART Magazine.
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The Art Bazaar this weekend at Lyons Wier Gallery

The Art Bazaar is an open call opportunity for unrepresented artists to display and sell their artwork in venues throughout New York City. KiptonART artists, Peter Ketchum, is participating in the Lyons Wier Gallery Art Bazaar currently up this weekend at 175 Seventh Avenue, New York City. Ketchum and the other participating artists wil be on site throughout the weekend during gallery hours.
Saturday, May 22nd, 11am - 7pm and Sunday May 23rd, 12pm - 6pm

Friday, May 21, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, New York

1. Greater New York

PS1's Greater New York is manifest in its third iteration as a giant series of open studios, where 68 emerging, up-and-coming, and somewhat established artists and collectives are invited to live and work over the next five months.  The innovative format engenders a discovery of the artists' personalities through the manner in which each of them uses their allocated space: the effervescent Ryan McNamara will be present each day practicing dance steps in preparation for his final performance October 16th, and invites anyone who stops by to join him and learn moves, watch his videos, or just chat...

Read more in our Online Magazine
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Rashaad Newsome, Video still from the conductor (fortuna imperatrix mundi) & the conductor (primo vere, omnia sol temperat), 2005-2009, Single channel video with sound, Dimensions variable, Courtesy Ramis Barquet

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Salomon Contemporary Celebrates 2010 KiptonART Rising Winners

Salomon Contemporary Celebrates 2010 KiptonART Rising Winners Kiritin Beyer, Julie Combal, Bon Duke, Emily Korman, Avery McCarthy and Matthew Satz with a private exhibition of artworks by all six artists. Exhibition runs through May 31. Salomon Contemporary, 526 West 26th Street, Gallery #519, New York City.
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"Kipton Specials" Thursday featuring work by KiptonART 2010 Rising Winner, Kiritin Beyer

Every Thursday KiptonART is offering the "Kipton Specials" for a selected KiptonART artist. Today take advantage of this very special promotion and receive a 25 percent discount on artist Kiritin Beyer's work. Acting as a true photo-journalist, Beyer captures everyday life around the world.  Most recently she traveled down to Haiti and is working on rebuilding a school in the country, documenting the harsh struggles of an enduring people. Between the hours of 12noon and 4pm today, you can either request a piece of Beyer's work or purchase the work to receive the "Kipton Special".

Click here to go to Kiritin Beyer's portfolio
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Kiritin Beyer, Auroville, 20" x 20", C-print

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

The Kisses and Guns Show

The Kisses and Guns Show
May 22nd - September 19, 2010

Alison Nguyen's art and design opening party this Saturday, May 22nd 7-9:30pm. The West Side Rifle and Pistol Range, 20 West 20th Street, New York City.

Having grown tired of the boring preciousness of art galleries and the sanitization of museums, I'm having my first solo exhibit at an 'alternative art space' in New York: The Westside Gun Range. I  will be featuring my signature kisses on targets, a new photo series "Crimes of Passion & Other Abstractions"

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KiptonART TALK with Chef Adrianna Holiat

Adrianna Holiat is the founder of Greenwich Village Green, a NYC based boutique company offering holistic health and nutrition consulting, personal chef, supper club, and meal delivery services with a focus on special diets and locally grown food. She also recently launched Baked By Bub, a food line featuring natural and organic sweets and treats.

Who are your favorite KiptonART artists? Why?
 I really enjoy the work of Kiritin Beyer, especially her Pyrenees series. I have a great fondness for rural life and honoring the tradition and history of small local farms. Unfortunately, in many parts of the world, this way of life is dissolving and this series is a very honest and emotional portrayal of that.

What was the last exhibition you attended?
Bambu at the MET.

Read more of Adrianna Holiat's ART TALK in KiptonART Magazine.
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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

2010 A.C.E. Young Professionals Cocktail Reception

2010 A.C.E. Young Professionals Cocktail Reception
This Thursday, May 20th, 7:30-11:30pm

Our mission is to enable New York City's homeless men and women to re-enter the workforce and achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency.

409 West 13th Street, New York City
Tickets: $125 in Advance - $150 at the Door

To purchase tickets, please visit

KiptonART: Recent Artwork Sold

Jade Doskow, Paris 1937 World's Fair, 36"x30", C-Print

Margie Steinmann, Promisedland, 30"x24", Acrylic on Canvas

Alexander Charriol, The Conductor of the Masses, 96"x48", Oil on Canvas

Monday, May 17, 2010

Featured Artist Interview: Ula Einstein

KiptonART interviewed the always-innovative Ula Einstein about her inspirations, artwork and the future. Einstein, who was a KiptonART Rising 2010 Finalist, is currently one of the twelve artists displaying work in the KiptonART pop-up space at 32 Greene Street.

Who/what is your biggest influence or inspiration right now?
The global/cosmic landscape. I'm inspired to stay tuned living and creating from the inside out in the middle of uncertainty, chance and the ephemeral: which I explore in my work. Morning shadows on the ceilings, bird sounds, and integral philosophy are all influential. I'm inspired to keep asking, 'What does new mean in art and our human experience?' text interests me: I'm inspired by the power of words to connect, mistake, or clarify. Paradox and dichotomy continue to interest me creatively. If art is about making the invisible visible, I'm inspired to contemplate what that means more deeply. I blend the synthetic and the natural; my hybrid work is influenced by the cycles found in nature- from incubation, vitalization and beautiful decay. yet I'm interested in what we can create beyond our cultural conditioning. Read this interview in KiptonART Magazine.

Left, Ula Einstein at the KiptonART Urban Utopia Opening

Skin Fruit: Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection, Curated by Jeff Koons

There is a lot of bodily functioning taking place in the hallowed halls of New York's fine art institutions this month. It's your last chance to have naked people surprising you around every corner at the MoMA, performing to a video background of Marina Abramovic herself chopping up her hands, bumping into walls and milking her teats. It was your first chance to attend TheGreatNude Invitational, a new art fair with a "Bodies Only" policy that included live nude sketch parties May 13th-16th. But best of all is "Skin Fruit" at the New Museum. This show has taken a great deal of flack from critics for aggrandizing a slection from the private collection of Greek billionaire Dakkis Joannou, who happens to sit on the board of the New Museum. Other criticism is that the show is purely sensationalistic-aiming to shock and disgust.
Read more of Shannon Gulliver's review in KiptonART Magazine.
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Photo Courtesy of New Museum

Sunday, May 16, 2010

"Breakable" Opening Reception Tonight

During ICFF this weekend, is presenting a limited edition glass version of  their TOPO Glacier Cuff set at the Heller Gallery.

The TOPO Glacier Cuffs explore the fragility and time sensitive nature of the glacier and our direct impact/connection to them.

The American Design Club and Heller Gallery present:

BREAKABLE, Glass by Design
Opening Reception tonight from 6-8pm, 420 West 14th Street, New York, NY


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New Art on KiptonART

Peter Ash Lee, Hematology Study, 10"x10", Mixed Media, Photography

Sarah Dueth, Detail of Red Hood, 50"x73", Oil on Canvas
KiptonART artists upload new work to the website every day. This new work is featured on the KiptonART homepage.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Solving Kids Cancer Spring Celebration

Every kid deserves to grow up; this is Solving Kids Cancer's proclamation.  The founder's of the remarkable organization, Scott Kennedy and John London, are determined to advance modern treatments while replacing toxic therapies for pediatric cancer.  Cancer in children, though dire, does not tend to receive the heighten recognition that breast and other adult forms obtain.  In no way to discount other types of cancer, the survival rate of pediatric cancer is low, with children suffering from both the disease and the care.  Kennedy and London are well versed in this matter.  Both tragically lost a young child to neuroblastoma, a rare and deadly cancer, merely three years ago.

Click here to read full article in our Online Magazine
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Image courtesy of Deborah Hughes Inc., shot by Former KiptonART Artist Brian Farrell in front of his donated artwork.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, New York

1. Ghada Amer, Color Misbehavior
Ghada Amer's delicate and colorfully embroidered canvases appear deceptively innocuous at first glance, but betray an explicit and confrontational subject matter upon closer inspection.  The conventionally feminine threadwork paradoxically veils couched pornographic images while underscoring the themes of stereotyping and objectifying women which have always been prevalent in Amer's work.  The back room holds a series of unadorned drawings in which simple watercolor lines depict overtly sexual figures, providing an interesting antithesis to the artist's layered and abstracted stitched paintings.
Color Misbehavior is on view through June 19th at Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 West 25th Street.
Ghada Amer, The Black Bang 2010, Acrylic, embroidery and gel medium on canvas, 72 x 64 in 182.9 x 162.6 cm, Image Courtesy Cheim & Read Gallery

Thursday, May 13, 2010

April in Paris: A Rainbow in the Clouds

Artist Kate Gibbs will take a break from her service work to be featured in an upcoming exhibition at Galeria Red03 in Barcelona. Aptly titled “April in Paris: A Rainbow in the Clouds,” after poet laureate Maya Angelou’s words and her own life visions, the soft launch of her design studio will feature an assortment of work compiled over several years of globe-trotting as a humanitarian, fashion model, and stylist.

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"Kipton Specials" Thursday featuring work by Jordan Wilson

Every Thursday KiptonART is offering the "Kipton Specials" for a selected KiptonART artist. Today take advantage of this very special promotion and receive a 25 percent discount on artist Jordan Wilson's work. Wilson is an emerging photographer from New Mexico with an eye for beauty.  If you are located in Albuquerque this weekend come to Wilson's studio visit. Between the hours of 12noon and 4pm today, you can either request a piece of Wilson's work or purchase the work to receive the "Kipton Special".

Click here to go to Jordan Wilson's portfolio
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Jordan Wilson, Leslie, 16" x 20", C-print

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

KiptonART For Sale: "My Way" by Marlon Krieger

Marlon Krieger, My Way, 10 x 13in., Photography
Photographer Marlon Krieger has been working commercially in New York, London and Hamburg while documenting the changes occuring in Cuba for his first book. 
Krieger has been shooting for over a decade, covering the canvas of over 25 countries, documenting war zones, nightlife, city scapes and  ghettos. Krieger has graciously donated two of his Haiti photographs for the Haiti Rebirth Brunch happening this Saturday, May 15th. You can purchase tickets here.

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Doorknob Company at Joyce SoHo presents We Are Here After
Thursday, May 13th - Saturday, May 15th at 8pm
155 Mercer Street (btw Houston and Prince)
Tickets: $20

Performance by: Xan Burley, Janna Diamond, Shannon Gillen and Elisabeth Motley

As part of DOORKNOB COMPANY's integrative approach to dance theater, the company utilizes a rigorous developmental process to explore human behavior. DOORKNOB explores a way of being in the world and addresses fundamental aspects of emotional experience.
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Haiti Rebirth Brunch this Saturday, May 15th

KiptonART is proud to be involved with the upcoming Haiti Rebirth Brunch being held this Saturday, May 15th from 12noon until 4pm. Several of our artists have shared their support and donated work for the silent auction. A warm thanks to Sabina Forbes ii, Marc Dimov, Marlon Kreiger, Kiritin Beyer, Antoinette Wysocki, Jade Doskow, Mary Lonergan and David Seth Needleman for their wonderful donations of art.
To purchase tickets please click here.

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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Antoinette Wysocki: Paintings on Rag

The Berkeley Gallery Presents 
Antoinette Wysocki: Paintings on Rag

Opening reception Wednesday, May 12, 2010
RSVP to Bob Keiber, Curator

The Berkeley Gallery, 2 East 43rd Street, Main Floor (between Madison and Fifth Ave.)
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-7:30pm
Sat 9:30am-3:00pm. Closed Sun

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UNICEF's Next Generation Guatemala Photo Exhibit

Host Committee: Danielle Abraham, Mia Baxter, Barbara Bush, Jenna Bush Hager,
Gillian Hearst Simonds, Kipton Cronkite, Dave Lieberman, Manish Vora and
The Next Generation Steering Committee
Invite you to 
UNICEF's Next Generation Guatemala Photo Exhibit
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
32 Greene Street, NYC
Tickets: $25 donation to UNICEF's programs in Guatemala. To purchase please visit:
Next Generation Chair, Jenna Bush Hager will discuss her recent trip to Guatemala where she visited UNICEF programs.
UNICEF's Next Generation has transformed the lives of children in Guatemala by funding Project Sprinkles. Learn more about their impact, visualize UNICEF's work in Guatemala, and explore how you can make a difference!
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Monday, May 10, 2010

May Art Picks from Alliance for the Art

Here are the 10 New York May Art Picks selected by Alliance for the Arts:

1. Doug + Mike Starn: Big Bambu at Metropolitan Museum of Art
On the museum's roof garden, the identical-twins artists construct a monumental bamboo structure in the form of a cresting wave that bridges realms of sculpture, architecture and performance.  Visitors witness the creation and evolving incarnations as it is built by the artists and a team of rock climbers, over a period of months.  April 27 - October 31.

Click here to read full selects in our Online Magazine
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Photo courtesy of Alliance for the Arts,  2010 Mike and Doug Starn / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

New Mexico, Studio Visit: Jordan Wilson

This Saturday, May 15th, KiptonART invites you to join Elsa Ross and D'Mitri Agnes-Capone for the May Studio Visit Series launch in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  From 5:30 - 7:00pm come to an intimate showcase with photographer Jordan Wilson.  Located at Soundstage 41, 4121 Cutler Avenue.  Contact for more details.

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Jordan Wilson, Olivia, 11" x 14", C-print

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Recently Uploaded KiptonART Work

Leyla Murr, ReHot, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 20 in.

Arno Elias, Jeanne, Mixed Media, Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 40 in.

Sarah Dueth, Untitled Girl, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 30 in.

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