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THE SOHO ART SHOW + ART PARTY

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Saturday, October 12, 2019

THE SOHO ART SHOW

 

ART SHOW DATE

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Show Time: Noon to Midnight

 

OPENING HOURS

12pm - 2pm - Free to the public

2pm - 12am - $10 Door Cover - Cash Only

8pm Reception and Artist Talks

CASH BAR

 

FEATURED ARTISTS

John Wellington, Tyler Hughes, Je Wee, Susan Lizotte, Francis Nguyen, Gulsum Keskinoglu, Doug Wheeler, Kristina, Jason Fox, Shannon McDonald, Elena Zlotescu, Anthony Giordano, John Poblocki, Michael Raucheisen, Evan Goldman, Nicole Alger, Kathleen McSherry, Czashka Ross, Michelle Saiyed, Hipolyt Jazwiski, Sakshi Talwar, Billy Seccombe, Michael Bergt, Viorica Ghetu-Vuono, Vincent Giarrano, Sherri Wolfgang, Lee Vasu, Janet Cook, Stefano Losi and Patricia Watwood. Many more artists and surprises to come.

Invitation to the Public: Dacia Gallery proudly presents The Soho Art Show, a group show of over 30 exhibiting artists. This eclectic collection of artwork will feature paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, digital art and site-specific installations. The exhibition space is a beautiful venue located on Chrystie St. comprised of  a large exhibition floor. By taking a fresh and unconventional approach to curating and exhibition design the artists are given total freedom to curate and present their artwork. In addition, exhibiting artists will be present at the reception where we invite them to share their art, inspiration and meet the admiring public with an artist talk at 8pm. The reception includes an open bar and may more surprises. This will be an art show to remember, come and enjoy the art, meet the artists and have an incredible time at The Soho Art Show. 

 

For more info visit: www.daciagallery.com 

 

Venue: 

195 Chrystie St. New York, NY 10002

Between Stanton St. and Rivington St. 

At the Main Gallery Street Entrance

Close to Almost There SOLO Exhibition by Marysia Schultz

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

"Close to Almost There" a solo exhibition of paintings by Marysia Schultz, curated by Boris Ioselev. On view Sept. 24-Nov. 9, 2019. Opening reception: Tuesday, Sept. 24th, 6-8pm.

 

Marysia Schultz is a multidisciplinary artist whose primary focus is oil painting. Schultz was a resident artist and fellowship recipient at Vilarcangel Artist Residency (Spain, 2018), Vermont Studio Center (2014), DNA Gallery Residency (Provincetown, MA, 2019, 2015, 2014), and La Mano Pottery (NYC, 2015, 2016). Recently, she has focused on art that engages with different communities on a larger scale, completing murals in Italy and Croatia, New Orleans, and New York. Schultz graduated from Pratt Institute (BFA, 2010). She currently lives and maintains a studio in Brooklyn, New York.

Venue: 

Kings Highway Library (Brooklyn Public Library), downstairs.

2115 Ocean Ave

Brooklyn, NY

Portfolio Review - Detroit 2019

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Sunday, October 20, 2019

In our continuing commitment to ignite an empowerment movement for Artists, Embrace Creatives is fulfilling a SERIOUS need in our creative community. We're bringing a one-day Portfolio Review to Detroit. Meet privately with a diverse group of curators, professors, and arts professionals to gain insights and bring confidence and clarity to your creative practice/business.

Emerging to mid-career Artists and Designers will network with their peers, build relationships, learn curatorial ideas and possibly be given fresh exhibition and sales opportunities!

  • Early Bird Pricing until 9/30

TICKETS: https://embracecreatives.com/ECreview

October 20th from 10a - 5pm
Detroit Center for Design + Technology
4219 Woodward Ave (and Willis)

Choose up to 8 Reviewers (list and bios in link)

We're excited to bring artists and commercial buyers together in one room!

Artists tell us why they are showing up;

  • "The opportunity to show my work to people who haven’t seen it and the possibility of arranging some exhibitions."
  • "Critical feedback on my work to understand if I'm going in the right direction for optimal success at gallery/museum level and to also receive feedback about building art buyer base."
  • “Constructive criticism and details of how to go to the next step in my career.”
  • "Objective feedback from curators."
  • "I am looking for help understanding who my target demographic may be and see if selling my work in galleries is a possibility."
  • "A new perspective about the quality and impact of my artwork/technique. Opinions and recommendations of artists, galerists and professors would be of great value to me."
  • "Is my work engaging enough so the reviewer or collectors would purchase the work?"

TICKETS: https://embracecreatives.com/ECreview

Our Review is considerably LESS than others around the country and we're inviting artists AND designers, not just photographers.

LIMITED TICKETS so get yours TODAY!

Venue: 

Detroit Center for Design + Technology
4219 Woodward Ave (and Willis)

The Artists Forum Festival of the Moving Image: 2019

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

#AFFESTNYC 2019:  OCTOBER 17-19 @ DOLBY SCREENING ROOM NYC

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE: 2019 (#affestnyc) returns for its fourth year with new, innovative programming starting October 17 through 19, 2019 in New York City. The festival provides a platform for filmmakers from around the world to share their stories with New York's creative, media, and film communities.

The screenings will be held October 17 and 18 from 8:30PM to 10:30 PM, and October 19 from 7PM to 11PM at the Dolby Screening Room - 1350 Avenue of the Americas at West 55th Street (Lobby Level) in Mid-town Manhattan. This venue is ADA Compliant.

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE: 2019 will showcase 30 short films, created by independent filmmakers originating from 9 countries: Afghanistan, Argentina, Dominican Republic, France, India, Iran, Portugal, Spain, and the United States. The festival requires that films present innovative vision and unique perspectives in 30 minutes or less.

"We are very excited about our fourth year entries and our new screening location," said festival director Amos White V. " As in years previous, THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE will present a selection of original films from extraordinary filmmakers, including several premieres."

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE is a competitive program open worldwide to filmmakers of all levels seeking to gain exposure in New York's international market. Each year, the festival highlights a wide variety of categories, such as: Narrative, Experimental, Sci-Fi, Dark Themes, and Music Video. This year, the festival will also feature a special themed category: Social Justice.

"THE ARTISTS FORUM established its FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE to provide an intimate alternative for both emerging and mid-career filmmakers outside of the traditional Hollywood community," said White, who is also the president and founder of THE ARTISTS FORUM.  "We are committed to producing an unparalleled opportunity for independent filmmakers to be seen and heard in New York City's formidable arts and media market."

THE ARTISTS FORUM INC., celebrating its 20th year, is a NY state non-profit arts service organization specializing in events, media, and juried competitions for artists. Its FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE is the organization's flagship program.

AFFESTNYC is funded in part by a grant from the NYC & Company Foundation.

For Single Tickets & Festival Passes, visit: affestnyc.eventbrite.com

For more information about the festival, volunteering, partnerships, and sponsorships, visit: http://theartistsforum.org/filmfest/affestnyc.html

Follow THE ARTISTS FORUM:
Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube: @theartistsforum
Hashtag: #affestnyc
Web: theartistsforum.org

Accreditation is available for professional members representing established media organizations. Contact Amos White V at info@theartistsforum.org
 

Venue: 

Dolby Screening Room: 1350 Avenue of the Americas at West 55th Street (Lobby Level) in Mid-town Manhattan. This venue is ADA Compliant.

October 17-19, 2019

The Artists Forum Festival of the Moving Image: 2019

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE: 2019 (#affestnyc) returns for its fourth year with new, innovative programming starting October 17 through 19, 2019 in New York City. The festival provides a platform for filmmakers from around the world to share their stories with New York’s creative, media, and film communities.

The screenings will be held October 17 and 18 from 8:30PM to 10:30 PM, and October 19 from 7PM to 11PM at the Dolby Screening Room - 1350 Avenue of the Americas at West 55th Street (Lobby Level) in Mid-town Manhattan. This venue is ADA Compliant.

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE: 2019 will showcase 30 short films, created by independent filmmakers originating from 9 countries: Afghanistan, Argentina, Dominican Republic, France, India, Iran, Portugal, Spain, and the United States. The festival requires that films present innovative vision and unique perspectives in 30 minutes or less.

“We are very excited about our fourth year entries and our new screening location,” said festival director Amos White V. “As in years previous, THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE will present a selection of original films from extraordinary filmmakers, including several premieres.”

THE ARTISTS FORUM FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE is a competitive program open worldwide to filmmakers of all levels seeking to gain exposure in New York’s international market. Each year, the festival highlights a wide variety of categories, such as: Narrative, Experimental, Sci-Fi, Dark Themes, and Music Video. This year, the festival will also feature a special themed category: Social Justice.

“THE ARTISTS FORUM established its FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE to provide an intimate alternative for both emerging and mid-career filmmakers outside of the traditional Hollywood community,” said White, who is also the president and founder of THE ARTISTS FORUM. “We are committed to producing an unparalleled opportunity for independent filmmakers to be seen and heard in New York City’s formidable arts and media market.”

THE ARTISTS FORUM INC., celebrating its 20th year, is a NY state non-profit arts service organization specializing in events, media, and juried competitions for artists. Its FESTIVAL OF THE MOVING IMAGE is the organization’s flagship program.

AFFESTNYC is funded in part by a grant from the NYC & Company Foundation.

For Single Tickets & Festival Passes, visit: affestnyc.eventbrite.com

For more information about the festival, volunteering, partnerships, and sponsorships, visit: http://theartistsforum.org/filmfest/affestnyc.html

Follow THE ARTISTS FORUM:
Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube: @theartistsforum
Hashtag: #affestnyc
Web: theartistsforum.org

Accreditation is available for professional members representing established media organizations. Contact Amos White V at info@theartistsforum.org
 

Venue: 

Dolby Screening Room: 1350 Avenue of the Americas at West 55th Street (Lobby Level) in Mid-town Manhattan. This venue is ADA Compliant.

October 17-19, 2019

NEW YORK CITY GIRLS - VINCENT GIARRANO Solo Exhibition

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Thursday, September 5, 2019

NEW YORK CITY GIRLS

VINCENT GIARRANO 

 

Solo Exhibition 

September 1-14, 2019 

 

Opening Reception

Thursday, September 5, 6:00 - 9:00pm

 

Meet the Artist at Opening Reception

Artist Talk at 7:30pm 

Vincent Giarrano is an artist-flâneur, an observer of city life. He is alert to the compositional possibilities of architecture experienced at street level, especially under the changing effects of light. His milieu is New York City’s SoHo, a neighborhood of Beaux-Arts cast-iron  palazzos, lately repurposed as art galleries and upscale boutiques. Giarrano clearly relishes the handsome façades, but as a painter rather than an architectural documentarian. Buildings provide arrangements of rectangles, spaces he fills with gestural paint-handling in an urban-tonalist palette of black, rust, pearl, and battleship grey. Doorways and windows, often framed in pilasters, function scenographically, too, as backdrops for the casual drama of everyday life. His dramatis personae consists mainly of stylish urbanites, mostly young women-walking quickly across intersections or sitting on low steps, often talking on their cellphones, or congregating in front of shop windows. The individuals remain anonymous, but the ways they move and the ways they dress have an anthropological interest. In a metropolis where real estate is expensive and the communal life is vibrant, the streets are extensions of personal space. Giarrano’s mise-en-scène reflects that dynamic. For him, cityscape and genre painting, exterior and interior are fluid categories. Protagonists stand casually chatting in front of complex backdrops: one window may be a vitrine displaying chic clothing; another may be a ghostly mirror, capturing the image of a façade across the street. Giarrano’s streetscapes explore the relationship of figure to setting, specifically the way bodies move through space. He isolates vignettes from the flow of people in motion, bringing into sharper focus some visual incident you might glimpse out of the corner of your eye. The hectic animation of his street scenes falls away in his apartment interiors. A rumpled bed—occupied by a napping human or cat, or invitingly empty-is both a cocoon and a meditation on the color white. Outside or in, in a crowd or alone, Giarrano translates the pulse of the city into the visual rhythm of his paintings. - Gail Leggio

 

 

Venue: 

Dacia Gallery

53 Stanton St. 

New York, NY 10002

 

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