Thursday, March 31, 2011

Artist Skye Nicolas reponds to Japanese Crisis

KiptonART Artist Skye Nicolas commemorates the earthquake and tsunami tragedy recently faced by Japan with projections of famous Japanese animated characters on building facades in Soho, Union Square and Chinatown.  Read more...

Image courtesy of Skye Nicolas

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Berlinscapes

This evening the 1500 Gallery celebrates Berlinscapes, new color photographs by Tuca Vieira. Vierira is the winner of the 2010 Premio Porto Seguro, the most recognized annual art photography prize in Brazil. The opening reception is from 6 until 8pm at 1500 Gallery, 511 West 25th Street, #607, New York, NY.

Monday, March 28, 2011

NEW ART on KiptonART

Ysabel LeMay, Metamorphose. Archival Print, 48" x 48". $6,500
Simona Salmieri, Cabanyal. Photography, 26" x 39". Pricing By Request

New work  is uploaded daily by hundreds of artists on KiptonART.com. When searching the Art Directory, you now have the option to search by dimensions which has already become a client favorite. Check it out!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

FRACTURED REVERIE Presented by Lu Magnus

Lu Magnus takes you to FRACTURED REVERIE, Fawad Khan's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Opening reception took place this past Friday, March 25th and the exhibition runs through May 1st, 2011. In addition to his delicately-rendered gouache for which Khan is known, FRACTURED REVERIE presents his largest to date wall animation installation. Lu Magnus is located at 55 Hester Street, New York, New York. For more information, email info@lumagnus.com.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Interview with Featured Artist Jerry Blackman

 INTERVIEW WITH FEATURED ARTIST JERRY BLACKMAN
recently featured in the KiptonART exhibition Spring Has Sprung

At what age did you know you were an artist? What was the first work of art you created?
Ever since my early childhood I was drawing. My parents encouraged me from an early age, and I studied art throughout my education career. The first piece I remember creating was a sort of comic book called "Mr. Man". I must have been about six. He wore a fedora and was very tough: deep stuff. I suppose I had my first "AH-HA!" moment in high school. I would literally set up a studio with colored pencils and pens in all my classes and draw non-stop through the 8-period day. Read more...










Jerry Blackman, Cockatoo with Stand. Sculpture, 60" x 12"

Thursday, March 24, 2011

MONIQUE VAN GENDEREN solo exhibition

Monique van Gendersen, Untitled, 2010. Oil and pigment on canvas, 72" x 48".
Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin presents new works by Monique van Genderen opening this Friday, March 25, 2011. The exhibition will run through April 21, 2011. For more information, visit www.galeriemichaeljanssen.de

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

A Surface Library and Lynn Dunham Fine Art

One Night Only, A Surface Library and Lynn Dunham Fine Art will be sharing the work  from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show that closed this past weekend. Thursday, March 24th, join them from 5 until 8pm at 551 West 21st Street, #402, New York, New York 10011.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

FIONA RAE

FIONA RAE
The Buchmann Galerie in Berlin is opening it's newest show of Fiona Rae's work this coming Friday, March 18, 2011. Rae's work has been seen in galleries and museums around the world, including the Hayward Gallery , London; the Brooklyn Museum; the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art; the Tate Britain and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.
The Buchmann Galerie Berlin is located at Charlottenstrasse 13 in Berlin. For more information visit www.buchmanngalerie.com










Fiona Rae, The World Explains the Way you Feel, 2010. 152.4 x 127 cm, oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

KiptonART Artist Monika Sziladi featured on CDS Porch

Monika Sziladi, Untitled (Fountain Rain), 20" x 40", Archival Print
 Monika Sziladi, Untitled (Images), 20" x 40", Archival Print

2011 KiptonART Rising Artist Monika Sziladi recently had a feature interview at CDS Porch Online in connection with her 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards Work-in-Process Prize. Read more here. Congratulations Monika!

Monday, March 14, 2011

THE ARTIST PROJECT NEW YORK opens this Thursday

The Artist Project New York opens this Thursday, March 17th through Sunday, March 20th at Pier 92, 55th Street at the Westside Highway, New York.
More than 150 independent and unrepresented artists will be featured at this four day show offering not only artwork but an eclectic program of talks, special features and art installations. For more information, visit www.theartistprojectny.com













Artwork by Randy Shull. Courtesy of The Artist Project.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

NYU Steinhardt School presents Part 1 of their Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development presents part 1 of their Masters of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition 2011.
Each year, the NYU MFA Program in Studio Art brings together an exceptional group of committed artists to develop their work within a community of faculty and colleagues asking them to engage for two or three years in a process that is both intense introspective and collectively open to the challenges and issues of the larger world.
The artists showcasing their work in Part 1 of 2 events, includes David Merritt, Carlos Reyes, Ben Schumacher and Jo-ey Tang.
Opening Reception is March 29th from 6-8pm.


  

Ben Schumacher, Untitled, 2011. Concrete, oil, net on canvas.

Friday, March 11, 2011

AMERICA

To kick-off the Spring Season, Glenn Ligon: America opens at The Whitney Museum today. This is Ligon's first comprehensive retrospective with over 100 works on view. Included is the neon relief currently commissioned for the Whitney Museum's Madison Avenue windows. Get more at whitney.org.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Beyond the Streets, Between the Lines


ArtBridge is now accepting submissions for Between The Lines via it's website, www.art-bridge.org. The call will close at 11:59pm on April 1, 2011.
ArtBridge is an New York City based non-profit dedicated to transforming city surfaces into larger-than-life canvases for the work of emerging artists. This year, ArtBridge has extended it's reach beyond city streets to partner with Epic Records for a Spring installation at the label's Madison Avenue headquarters. Between the Lines invites artists form around the country to submit visual works that riff on the theme of "Sound". For more information visit www.art-bridge.org

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Sunday, March 6, 2011

"Spring Has Sprung!" Final Day of Exhibition at Cirkers Fine Art Storage

Even though it's raining outside, that's no excuse not to check out Spring Has Sprung!, the new exhibition featuring work by 2011 KiptonART Rising Winners, 2010 KiptonART Rising Winner Julie Combal and Sculptor Jerry Blackman. Join us this afternoon at Cirkers Fine Art Storage, 444 West 55th Street, New York, NY. Get inspired for the new season! We hope to see you between 12noon and 5pm today. For additional information, contact us at info@kiptonart.com.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Lascivious Opening tonight at Dean Project

LASCIVIOUS
work by Yasamin Keshtkar and Keer Tanschak
Opening TONIGHT at Dean Project
511 West 25th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

KiptonART and Cirkers Fine Art Storage Celebrate Armory Week

KiptonART and Cirkers Fine Art Storage Celebrate Armory Week
KiptoART and Cirkers Fine Art Storage are bringing in springtime with a bang! During Armory Week, KiptonART and Cirkers are hosting a brunch to celebrate great art in a great space. Read more in KiptonART Magazine. RSVP Today!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

KiptonART Featured Artist Interview with Julie Combal

Interview with Featured Artist Julie Combal

At what age did you know you were an artist?
I'm not really sure at what age I thought of myself as an artist. I always knew I loved to draw, paint and create. But my earliest claim to fame was when I was about two, and one of my drawings was published in Sesame Street Magazine.

What was the first work of art you created?
I think maybe I was too young to remember. There must have been rough sketches before the Sesame Street drawing. Read more here...