Tuesday, November 30, 2010

DEAN PROJECT at SCOPEMiami

DEAN PROJECT is participating in SCOPEMiami this Wednesday December 1st - Sunday December 5th. DEAN PROJECT will be at Booth B-14 with a private viewing on Tuesday, November 30th from 3-9pm.

Camper Contemporary featuring Jade Doskow

Come and see Camper Contemporary and the latest from their Adventure Residency Program at PULSE Art Fair in Miami, December 1st through 5th. Featured Artists include our very own Jade Doskow!
Camper Contemporary is a mobile gallery created and curated by Calder Brannock. It is a fully functional art gallery set up inside an altered 1967 Yellowstone Camper. Camper Contemporary allows the galleriest to showcase work in a clean controlled gallery environment without being tied to rents or a geographical location. With all of the benefits of a traditional gallery, Camper Gallery easily reaches collectors at art fairs and other large art markets.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Brian Wills Paintings at Nyehaus


NYEHAUS is located at 3728 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 704, Los Angeles, CA 90010. For more information visit www.nyehaus.com

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Pulse Miami: Yossi Milo Gallery

Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce their participation in Pulse Miami 2010. December 2nd through December 5th, Yossi Milo Gallery will exhibit works by Pieter Hugo, Simen Johan, Alison Rossiter, Sze Tsung Leong, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Loretta Lux, Mark Ruwedel, Mohamed Bourouissa, Lise Sarfati, Oskar Korsar and Youssef Nabil in Booth #C-202 in the Ice Palace. For more information visit, www.pulse-art.com/miami

Photograph by Simen Johan. Courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery

Zachari Logan reading at Daniel Cooney Fine Art

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, New York

Atmosphere at the Tenri Cultural Institute of New York
Hiro Yamgata exhibits a series of paintings reflecting his emotions while traveling in Afghanistan. The stark landscape of the country is reflected in these eerie brushstrokes of black and white ink and rice paper on canvas. While working on these paintings, Yamagata thought of the Milky Way, snow-capped mountains, barren fields and overflowing rivers. These natural elements and the lonely whisper of wind blowing through his memories of Afghanistan serve as the inspiration for this exhibition.



Atmosphere runs through November 30th, 2010 at the Tenri Cultural Institute located at 43A West 13th Street, New York
Read this Weekend's Art Picks in KiptonART Magazine

Image courtesy of the Tenri Cultural Institute of New York website

Friday, November 26, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, New York

RED: The LEGO Brick Sculpture of Nathan Sawaya at The Agora Gallery
In RED, Nathan Sawaya adds to his repertoire of LEGO sculptures. In his exhibit at The Agora Gallery, the artists use the popular toys to create works that explore the nature of the human spirit. His work contrasts the child-like simplicity evoked by LEGOs with images of figures breaking and dissolving into space. This juxtaposition of the fantastical and the sometimes frightening  seeks to make audiences think about being "trapped and haunted by the human spirit" in his art.

RED runs through December 14th, 2010 at The Agora Gallery located at 530 West 25th Street, New York. A reception for the exhibition will be held on Thursday, December 2nd, 2010.

Above, Nathan Sawaya, Cracking Up, Plastic Bricks, 32" x 33" x 15".

Weekend Art Picks, New York

Shadow Fux at The Swiss Institute
New York Artist Rita Ackermann and Nashville director Harmony Korine collaborate in this exhibition of paintings, drawings, and two films. The process of putting together the pieces was a series of editing and spicing from Ackermann and Korine's respective mediums. Using stills from film, the artists drew, painted and created collages over the faces in the photographs. The results are works that highlight an "unorthodox mischievous beauty." These images celebrate the eccentric, panicked and hedonistic characters that are subjects of their artwork.




Shadow Fux runs through January 23rd, 2011. The Swiss Institute is located at 495 Broadway, 3rd Floor (between Spring and Broome), New York.
Read more of this Weekend's Art Picks in KiptonART Magazine.

Above, Rita Ackermann and Harmony Korine, Me Versus the Light, 2010. Courtesy of the Andrea Rosen Gallery

Thursday, November 25, 2010

"Informal Relations" at IMOCA

Curated by Indianapolis based artist and curator Scott Grow, Informal Relations presents recent abstract work on paper by a diverse group of international artists. This exhibition focuses on the diversity of practices within painting and abstraction today. The exhibition title refers to the "informal relations" artists have with one another, their predecessors, with modern tradition, the future and even with their own work. Informal Relations features one of our very own, KiptonART Rising Finalist Gabriel J. Shuldiner.
Opening reception is December 3rd from 6pm-10pm. The exhibition will be up through January 15th, 2011. IMOCA is located at 1043 Virginia Avenue, Suite 5, Indianapolis, IN 46203. For more information, visit www.indymoca.org or contact Shauta Marsh smarsh@indyoca.org.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Not A Gallery presents Not An Art Party

With the radical belief that contemporary art should be fun, NOT A GALLERY is hosting an evening of cocktails and "detox" from oh-so-serious art world. Join them for complimentary cocktails and music by DJ J Felix. NOT AN ART PARTY Saturday, December 4th, 2010 from 8:30pm-10:30pm at Lords Hotel South Beach, 1120 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hunter College MFA Thesis Show

Hunter College MFA Thesis Show December 15, 2010 through January 15, 2011. Opening Reception is Wednesday, December 15 from 6-9pm. Hunter College Times Square Gallery is located at 450 West 41st Street (Between 9th and 10th Avenue), New York, NY 10036.
Artists include: Miriam-Josephine Alcott, M. Firelei Baez, Maria Barbo, Rachel Budde, Britta Deardorff, Carrie Elston, Molly Mac Fedyk, Rebecca Gilbert, Rachel Higgins, Ahram Jeong, Yeji Jun, David Kagan, Yuliya Lanina, Kylie Lockwood, Lin Mingchu, Sunny Ra, Joanna Seitz, Satomi Shirai, Fabian G. Tabibian, Arrick Underhill, Alexandra Winsby.

Last Chance: Tony Oursler's "Peak" at Lehmann Maupin Gallery through December 4th

For die hard Oursler fans, this show provides an interesting departure from much of the artist's previous work. For viewers unfamiliar with Oursler, the show may not be the best introduction, as it has less of the technological acrobatics than his signature video work. Read Shannon Gulliver's review in KiptonART Magazine.

Image from Tony Oursler's "Peak" at the Lehmann Maupin Gallery. Image Courtesy of Lehmann Maupin Gallery

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Damien Hirst: Medicine Cabinets at L&M Gallery, New York

Damien Hirst: Medicine Cabinets. New Review by KiptonART Contributor, Shannon Gulliver 

His sculptures and paintings are always lurking around a corner here in New York, either guarding the courtyard of a corporate headquarters like Lever House on Park Avenue, or gracing the walls of the permanent display at The Met, MoMA, or his mercantile home, Gagosian Gallery. It is as though he is lying in a wait to gross us out with his dead butterflies, piss us off with his self-auctioned and exorbitant prices, and subject us to that withering question from our elders: "How is that art?"

Weekend Art Picks, Identity Crisis

 Vogue'ology at Parsons The New School For Design
Before Madonna sang about it, voguing was a vital part of the 1960s Harlem ballroom scene. In this joint project between Parsons, the Ballroom Archive and Oral History Project and the sound art collective Ultra-red, the vogue community is explored in its role as a tool in combating normative gender, class, and racial identities. Read this Weekend's Art Picks in KiptonART Magazine

Friday, November 19, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, Identity Crisis

Death of A King at Praxis International Art
In his first solo exhibit at Praxis, Shaun El C. Leonardo presents a series of self-portraits, paintings and drawings, exploring his masculinity. He installs hulking plywood figures against ominous murals on the gallery's walls. Every flexed muscle is vividly depicted in a comic-book superhero style painted with a camouflage motif. Although the bodies appear virile, the face tell another story. The figures' painted expressions indicate frailty and defeat. Have these men been conquered despite their seeming strength? Or can they still be the conqueror?
Read more of this Weekend's Art Picks in KiptonART Magazine

Shaun El C. Leonardo, Self-portrait Azua (Commando), sign enamel on MDF cutout, 96" x 48" x 3/4", 2009

Weekend Art Picks, Identity Crisis

 The Global Africa Project at The Museum of Art and Design

This week, New York's Museum of Art and Design opened an exhibit surveying a wide spectrum of contemporary African Art, Design and Crafts. Through painting, photography, architecture, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, furniture and fashion The Global Africa Project highlights the work of over 100 artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, The Caribbean, and of course Africa. The global scope of the exhibit is not only made evident by the geographic diversity of its artists, but the variety of styles and subject matter also challenge conventional ideas of a singular transcontinental aesthetic of identity.
Check out more Weekend Art Picks on KiptonART.com





Kehinde Wiley, Samuel Eto'o. Oil on Canvas, 72" x 60", 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010

"Unearth" presented by Johansson Projects

Johansson Projects presents Unearth through December 18th, 2010. This group show offers emerging artists the opportunity to give back and support local collectors. Unearth is comprised of five artists making their a-terrestrial work available for less than a grand.

Johansson Projects is located at 2300 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94612. Gallery Hours:Thursday-Friday 12-6pm, Saturdays 11am-5pm. For more information contact info 2 johanssonprojects.com





Bert Bergen, Abandon Dwelling of the Lighthouse Keeper. Serigraph, paint on wood, 26" x 36'

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Girls Just Want To Have Funds

Sabastian + Barquet Present "The Quick and The Dead"

In celebration of Dia de los Muertos, Sebastian + Barquet present "The Quick and The Dead", a solo exhibition of new work by one of today's most significant interior designers: Geoffrey Bradfield. The exhibition has been extended through November 24th, 2010. For more information please contact Alexa Brundage at info@sabastianbarquet.com.
Sebastian + Barquet is located at 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 300, New York, New York 10001. Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10am-6pm

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

"I'm Into You Now: Marlene McCarty Some Works 1980-2010" Panel Discussion this Thursday!

 This Thursday, November 18th from 5:30-7:30pm 80WSE Gallery and NYU Steinhardt present a panel discussion on Marlene McCarty and her current exhibit "I'm Into You Now: Marlene McCarty Some Works 1980-2010". The NYU Art School Auditorium, the Barney Building, 34 Stuyvesant Street, (between 2nd  and 3rd Ave.). See you there!

Artist Interview with Fernando Ferreira de araujo

Who or what is your biggest inspiration right now?
I've always enjoyed portraying the abstract side of the Human Figure. But, lately I've been a bit compulsive about it. I feel it will last for a while and perhaps only then I'll realize the reason of all that. Normally I am only able to realize my creative process after I part from one series to another. I would say that my work is rarely inspired by a preconceived theme.

Read more of Fernando's interview in KiptonART Magazine.

View Fernando's KiptonART Portfolio.






N/A. 24" x 23", Mixed Media. $1,300

Monday, November 15, 2010

Line Up: Rigging Knots + Glimpses of A Master Class

Clic Gallery and Christiane Celle are pleased to announce LINE UP: RIGGING KNOTS + GLIMPSES OF A MASTER CLASS. The show opens December 15, 2010 and will run through January 16, 2011. Line UP is a unique, creative encounter between two artists that offers a rare peek into the world of renowned high wire artist Philippe Petit. Candid photographs of Petit taken by Victoria Dearing will accompany Petit's own intricate pencil drawings of his rigging knots.
On view at Clic Gallery, 255 Centre Street, New York, NY 10013. Tuesday-Sunday 11am-7pm

David Foote"s "Madonna and Child" extended through December 10th!

David Foote, Santa Rosa de Lima. 36" x 36", Mixed Media. $8,000

David Foote, Face Study 2. 12" x 9". $600

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Weekend Art Picks, New York

Reflections at Barry Friedman Ltd.

In this exhibition, the Japanese artist Takahiro Kondo displays 25 casts of his face and head. Kondo's gintekisai glaze technique may share roots with the traditional Kyoto blue-and-white porcelain of his grandfather, but this is a modern interpretation. The combination of his classic background and experimentation with new media influences this new series of work. Each cast's unique decorations reference themes from his past work while the technique used explore the ideas of man's relationship with his ecosystem. Although the water-like finish of Kondo's ginteksai  glaze explores humanity's relationship with nature and the tranquility of the elements other casts glazed with gold and precious metals draw attention to our more materialistic inclinations. Reflections is on view from November 12, 2010 through January 22, 2011. Barry Friedman Ltd. is located at 515 West 26th Street. Read this Weekend's Art Picks

Weekend Art Picks, New York

Robert Irwin: Way Out West at the Pace Gallery
Robert Irwin displays an installation of new fluorescent light tube sculptures from 2010. These structures, wrapped  in as many as 10 color gels play on light, texture, and color to effect the mood of their surrounding rooms. By altering the state of these tubes, Irwin can dramatically change the atmosphere and compositions of their environments. These large (some as big as six-feet tall and twenty-seven light fixtures wide) sculptures explore the perceptual qualities of light. This exhibition will be on view in the gallery at 32 East 57th Street from November 12, 2010 through January 29, 2011. For more Weekend Art Picks, visit the KiptonART Magazine.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

David Foote's "Madonna and Child" at St. John's Lutheran Church, New York

 David Foote, The Garden of the Celestial Bride. 60" x 36", Mixed Meda. $10,000

 David Foote, Female Ink Study 2. 12" x 9". $500
David Foote's Madonna and Child is currently on view through November 27th at St. John's Lutheran Church located at 81 Christopher Street, New York, New York. For more information contact info@kiptonart.com

Friday, November 12, 2010

The Launch of The Young Friends of Acria

For more information contact events@acria.org

Volume Black Gallery Presents "The Cabinet of Curiosities"

Volume Black Gallery, curated by Jenny Judova, is pleased to present The Cabinet of Curiosities, an attempt to recreate the 19th century French Salon where the artworks would cover every inch of the wall from floor to ceiling. To produce the feeling of awe, bewilderment and confusion by saturating the space with as much art as it can handle creates a walk-in cabinet of curiosities featuring the works of recent GSA graduates.
The opening reception is November 19th from 5:00-9:30pm located at Lansdowne Church, 416 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, G4 9HZ. For more information contact Jenny Judova at jjudova@yahoo.com

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Don't miss David Foote's new series "Madonna and Child"

On Wednesday, October 27th, New York City based artist, David Foote premiered his latest painting series, "Madonna and Child" at St. John's Lutheran Church in the West Village. In collaboration with KiptonART and curated by Karline Moeller, the opening night was hosted by two time Oscar nominated writer and director Terry George, actor Norman Reedus, Supermodel Liliana Dominguez, Paul Sevigny, Valerie Boster, Anotonia Thompson, Rachel Sheedy, artist Carlton Dewoody, Film Producer Amanda Mackey, Auther Lesley M.M. Blume, Elissa Lumley and Phillips de Pury's Anne Huntington.

The exhibition is currently on view through November 27th. Hours: Monday - Sanctuary and Small Works Gallery 1-6pm; Tuesday - Sanctuary and Small Works Gallery 1-10pm; Wednesday - Sanctuary 1-6pm, Small Works Gallery 1-5pm; Thursday - Closed; Friday - Sanctuary 1-4pm, Small Works Gallery 1-3pm; Saturday - Sanctuary 1-4pm, Small Works Gallery 1-3:30pm; Sunday - Mass 11am-12:30pm and 6-8pm. For a private appointment: info@kiptonart.com. View David Foote's KiptonART Profile

Above: The Golden Mother, Black India Ink and Hyper Metallic Paints on Canvas, 60" x 48", SOLD

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

New Art on KiptonART

Gerhardt Meintjes, Pa Henri. 18" x 14", Painting
Thom Berna, The Field. 33" x 37", Digital Collage. $1,429
The KiptonART homepage features newly uploaded art, and changes daily. Keep your eyes peeled for what's new and learn more about the works that catch your attention.

"MOST WANTED" Art Basel Exhibition at Amy Alonso Gallery

"MOST WANTED" Art Basel Exhibition - Amy Alonso Gallery is pleased to announce the Eighth Edition of it's popular "MOST WANTED" Art Basel Exhibition presenting the works of a diverse group of seven contemporary Surreal, Fantastic, Abstract Expressionism and Pop-Surrealist Artists, featuring Carla Fache, Victor Mahana, Rodolfo Edwards, Valentian Brostean, Joseph Firbas, Tomas Valdivieso and Raymond Fuentes. 
The exhibition runs from November 30th through December 17th. Amy Alonso Gallery is located at 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, MOCA Plaza, North Miami, FL 33161. For more information contact Amy Alonso at amy@alonsored.com

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

KiptonART Rising 2011 Winner James Kennedy "Architectonics"

1500 Gallery participating in PINTA ART SHOW

1500 Gallery is pleased to be participating in the PINTA NY 2010 Art Show. The Modern and Contemporary Latin American Show is starting this Thursday, November 11th at Pier 92 (12th Avenue and 52nd Street).
1500 Gallery will be exhibition at Booth B-07 featuring the work of Miguel Rio Branco, Claudio Endinger and Julio Bittencourt, among others.
For additional information, please visit: www.pintaart.com

Monday, November 8, 2010

The International Artists at Home and Abroad Exhibition Series

Global Arts Projects presents The International Artists at Home and Abroad Exhibition Series now on view at THE BROADWAY GALLERY NYC through November 24th, located at 473 Broadway New York. The Artists at home and abroad exhibition series is a representation of both emerging and established artists on  an international scale. Each participant creates an entirely different perspective within the cultural sphere of the art world.

"What is the Where?" A Recession Art Show opens this Saturday

The perception of art is shaped by its location, but art can be a location itself. What is the Where? asks how artists can respond to the relationship between location, identity, and perception. Opening Party is Saturday, November 13th from 6pm until midnight. The exhibition will up through November 21st, 2010. The Invisible Dog Art Center is located at 51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Bryan Drury "Recent works - Antibiosis"

 Justin. 12" x 12", oil on wood
Currently on view at DEAN PROJECT, the new exhibition of paintings by Bryan Drury. Recent works - Antibiosis is on display through November 27th, 2010. For more information visit www.deanproject.com
 Feast. 72" x 48", oil on wood

The Contenders Featuring "The King's Speech"

MoMA's "The Contenders" starts November 11, 2010 and continues through January 22, 2011. For this annual series, MoMA's Department of Film combs through major studio releases and the top film festivals in the world, selecting influential, innovative films made in the last twelve months that are contenders for lasting historical significance.

The first screening features The King's Speech, this Thursday, November 11th at The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

"Lamentations" work by Rachel Kneebone

White Cube Gallery celebrates the work of Rachel Kneebone. The exhibition Lamentations begins November 19th and lasts until January 2011.
"Inspired by Ovid's great poem 'Metamorphosis' where humans migrate into a myriad of forms. Kneebone depicts an erotic state of flux, suspended mid-transition divulging part figurative and fragmentary motifs." For more information, www.whitecube.com/exhibitions/forthcoming. White Cube Gallery is located at 48 Hoxton Square in London.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Clic Gallery Presents "Three Boys From Pasadena: A Tribute to Helmut Newton"

Clic Gallery is proud to present the US debut of "Three Boys From Pasadena: A Tribute to Helmut Newton" featuring the photographs of Mark Arbeit, Just Loomis and George Holz. The exhibition will run from December 5, 2010 to January 30, 2010. Clic Gallery is located at 255 Centre Street, New York, New York 10013. Open Daily 12noon - 7pm. For more information www.clicgallery.com

A Tribute to Kathryn Bigelow AFTER PARTY

Thursday, November 4, 2010

William Eggleston: Democratic Camera

A Must See- LACMA presents William Eggleston: Democratic Camera-Photographs and Video, 1961-2008, the most comprehensive U.S. retrospective of the Memphis-based contemporary photographer. LACMA's presentation is the first Los Angeles retrospective for Eggleston in more than three decades. LACMA is located at 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036. This exhibition is up through January 16, 2011. For more information, visit lacma.org

Above, William Eggleston, "Untitled" from Los Alamos, 1965-68 and 1972-74. Private Collection,  © Eggleston Artistic Trust, courtesy  Cheim and Read, New York.