Art.Now.2019 Metamorphosis: Changing Climate | Hearst Galleries
Metamorphosis: Changing Climate
EXHIBITION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2019 – THROUGH FALL 2019
300 West 57th Street, 26 Floor
New York, New York 10019-3741
Kenneth Burris, Janet Culbertson, Aleksandar Popovic
Oscar Wilde pointed out that Historians record the Past, Journalists chronicle the Present, but it is our Artists who divine the Future. They are the canaries in our collective coal mine. Artists dream dreams no one else has dreamt, conjure visions no one else has seen. They look beyond the horizon and see guideposts yet unseen.
Annually we survey in our Hearst Galleries a sampling of what artists are creating now, the conversations they have initiated and extended. This year, Climate Change preoccupies many minds and we have subtitled our 2019 edition of Art Now as metamorphosis: changing climate.
We hope you enjoy the experience. The images are extraordinary.
— Gilbert C. Maurer, Director & Former COO, Hearst
CALL FOR ENTRY #CollageNow. Analogue Collage in an Instagram Era
CALL FOR ENTRY
#CollageNow. Analogue Collage in an Instagram Era
Denise Bibro Fine Art is proud to announce its very first analogue collage exhibition call for entry!
This call is open to artists working in collage or media that is 80% collage-based (no digital collage).
The exhibition will be held at Densie Bibro Fine Art in Chelsea, New York. Denise Bibro and guest jurors Paul Antonio Szabo and Nicole Aiello will select the work. Entry size cannot exceed 30 x 30 inches and all works must be framed or on or behind plexiglass.There will be 4 featured artists in the exhibition. These artist have been chosen due to their considerable internet presence and overall success via Instagram and other social media platforms.
- Entry fee is $45
- Please pay via paypal firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your first and last name
- Or make a check payable to Denise Bibro Fine Art and send to 529 West 20 Street, 4W, New York, NY 10011
- Please email information to email@example.com
- Subject line: #CollageNow
- Name, address, and phone number
- A maximum of 4 hi-res images including: title, date, size, medium, and price
- CV (if applicable)
- Instagram handle (if applicable)
- Entry deadline is Friday, January 25, 2019. Participants will be contacted and announced no later than January 30. Late submissions will not be accepted.
- Works must be delivered to the Gallery on Tuesday, February 12, from 10 – 3pm. Works must come ready to hang or they will not be accepted. Drop off address is 529 West 20 Street, 4 Floor, New York, NY 10011
- The opening will take place Thursday, February 14, 6-8pm
- The show will run through Saturday, March 2
Artwork: Paul Antonio Szabo, Icarus, 2018. Mixed media collage on heavy paper, 30 x 22 inches
ANDY SWEET: THE LAST RESORT
Directed by Dennis Scholl & Kareem Tabsch, 70 minutes
Cameos of Denise A. Bibro, Director of Denise Bibro Fine Art!
You can view the trailer HERE
“Before the arrival of Miami Vice and MTV Spring Break, South Beach was home to the largest cluster of Jewish retirees in the country. Drawn by the small apartments, low cost of living, sunny weather, and thriving cultural life, they came by the thousands seeking refuge from the Northeast’s brutal winters. By the 1970s, these former New Yorkers had turned from seasonal visitors to year-round residents, making Miami Beach home to a population that was primarily over 70 and overwhelmingly Jewish. The Last Resort takes audiences on a journey to the iconic Miami Beach of that era through the lens of young photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe. With cameras in hand, they embarked on an ambitious 10-year project to document this unique chapter in the city’s history, which would soon be erased by the turbulent 1980s. Featuring interviews with Pulitzer Prize winner Edna Buchanan, filmmaker Kelly Reichardt, photographer Gary Monroe, and more, The Last Resort is a stunning testament to a community all but forgotten… until now.”
FRANCES MIDDENDORF & CAROLE ROBB: PANEL DISCUSSION VIDEO
A panel discussion with Frances Middendorf and Carole Robb at the National Arts Club about their current solo exhibitions Sleepless Nights and Showers with Heroes.
SUSAN WOODS : SPEAKING SCULPTURE| PANEL DISCUSSION WITH GUESTS
Christina Massey, Daniel Sinclair, London Tsai, and Susan Woods will discuss the sculptural process, application of materials, and conceptualization of both small and large projects.
Thursday, November 1
Begins: 5:30pm | Discussion: 6pm
PAULA ELLIOTT: CONTAINING (GREAT SPACE)
October 21 – November 15
Opening Reception: Sunday, October 21, 2-6pm
Curated by Jeanette Cole
Featuring artists: Paula Elliott, Sigrid Miller Pillin, and Joan Weber
The “[containing] great space” exhibition originated with the notion of a container like image as a vehicle to enter a place of interiority, and the possibilities of distinctly personal results when artists embark on this path.LINK HERE
41st Annual Juried Exhibition
September 22 – October 21, 2018
Thanks to all who entered their artwork in the Guild’s 41st Annual Juried Exhibition. Whether you have won a spot in the show or not, it’s always good to put your work out there and be reviewed by a highly regarded juror.
This year’s juror, Denise Bibro of Denise Bibro Fine Art in NYC, was impressed with the quality of the artwork she saw. Of the 253 submitted, Denise selected 88 works of art to be part of the show
CAROLE ROBB: THE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB| ART 2 TALKS
Art2talks – Monday 17th September 2018 at 7:00 pm
3 Contemporary Artists: Diversity of practice in Contemporary Art.
Contemporary art practice is not an esoteric aesthetic activity, but a lively transdisciplinary engagement with ideas and issues drawn from the many facets of our diverse world.
This is exemplified in the work of Carole Robb, Rosa Nquyen and Veronica Vossen. They give a visual presentation and talk, discussing the contexts of their work and the diversity of their individual practices and media.LINK HERE
ART100 FUNDRAISER AT RIVER ARTS
Dusty Boynton will be donating her work in The ART100 fundraiser at the River Arts Center. River Arts mission is to enrich the community through the arts.
The ART100 fundraiser will be held Friday, June 22, at 6pm at the River Arts Center, 74 Pleasant St., Morrisville.LINK HERE
DANNY MORGAN: “FROM SANIBEL TO CINCINNATI, A SELECTION OF PAINTINGS”
We want to congratulate gallery artist Danny Morgan on his 2018 Hall of Fame induction to the Northern Kentucky Music Legends and his exhibition with Indian Hill Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
On view: June 8th – July 30th, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 8th 6-9pm
UNDER CONSTRUCTION| DIMENSIONAL INTERLUDES: PANEL DISCUSSION
Panel Discussion: Under Construction: Dimensional Interludes
Artists Anne Finkelstein, Allan Gorman, Amir Hariri, and moderator Ann Aptaker
June 5th, 2018
Ann Aptaker is a Native New York and has been a curator, exhibition designer and art critic during her career spanning over twenty-five years in museums and galleries. Her most recent position was as Curator of Exhibtions at the Morris Museum in New Jersey.
Ann has curated and won favorable reviews in the New York Times, Art in America, American Art Review, and other publications. She retired from the Museum and Gallery world in 2011 to join the faculty of New York Institute of Technology, where she is a professor of Art History, and to pursue her lifelong dream of writing crime and mystery fiction. She is the author of the award winning “Cantor Gold Crime Series.”
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
PANEL DISCUSSION:DISCOVERY OF THE PAST AND PRESENT THROUGH ARCHIVED COLLECITON
March 30th, 6-8PM
Ed Christin’s focus is historical photographic archives. He is the agent for the Andy Sweet and Charles Trainor Collections, as well as the photographers Gary Monroe, Karl Stoecker, and Robin Hill. He was the archivist and agent for Bunny Yeager Photography from 2010-2016. Ed Christin graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pace University, New York.
Lauren Miller Walsh is both the chief archivist and the art and design expert at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in New York, where she represents a wide range of creative professionals—-artists, designers, architects, photographers, and authors—-in the sale of their archives to research institutions worldwide. She received her Master’s in the History of Decorative Arts and Design from Parsons/Cooper-Hewitt, and specialized training in photographic history and processes at Rare Book School at the University of Virginia. Additionally, she has presented papers and participated in panels both nationally and internationally, and, prior to her graduate studies, was a practicing graphic designer, with a focus on print work.