Art Gallery Openings and Exhibitions and Events in NYC
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January - May 2002
--May 10 thru July 26, 2002--Jan Krugier Gallery presents: Metamorphoses by Pablo Picasso, from the Marina Picasso Collection. Location: 41 East 57th Street, New York NY 10022.
--May 19 thru June 6, 2002--Gallery X presents: "WHIRLERS" Copper Assemblage and Photography by Amir Bey. Location: 23 West 129th Street, New York NY 10027. RECEPTION: Sunday, May 19, 4-8 PM.
--May 23 - July 27, 2002--"Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage)" is on view at Dia Center for the Arts, New York City. This exhibition, Nauman's first major museum exhibition in New York City since 1994, records the nocturnal activity in the artist's studio of his cat and an infestation of mice during the summer of 2000. Nauman, in his words, "used this traffic as a way of mapping the leftover parts and work areas of the last several years of other completed, unfinished, or discarded projects." Bruce Nauman was born in 1941 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Rosalind Krauss lectures on the work of Bruce Nauman on May 23rd at the Dia Center. Rosalind Krauss is Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory at Columbia University and is founding editor of the journal October. Among her many books are "A Voyage in the North Sea: Art in the Age of Postmodernism "(Thames & Hudson, 2000), "Bachelors" (MIT Press, 1999), "The Optical Unconscious" (MIT Press, 1993), and "The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths" (Garland Publishing, Inc., 1977). Krauss has curated exhibitions for the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Guggenheim Museum, New York. Event: Thursday, May 23, 6:30 PM.
--May 1 thru May 31, 2002-- Fiona Capuano exhibits new work in a show entitled Artistic Expressions - at Arlene Grocery, 95 Stanton Street, Lower East Side, New York. RECEPTION: Tuesday, May 7th from 7-9 pm.
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--April 9 thru April 27, 2002-- Marcia Clark is showing work in a one-person show entitled Looking North at the Blue Mountain Gallery at 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea. RECEPTION: Thursday, April 11th from 5-8 pm.
--April 11 thru May 11, 2002-- Al Kresch is showing work in a one-person show at the Salander O'Reilly Gallery at 20 East 79th Street near Madison Avenue. RECEPTION: Thursday, April 11th from 5-7 pm.
--April 20 thru May 1, 2002-- Salvador Dali Collection to be Exhibited in Manhattan. The largest collection of Salvador Dali works ever exhibited in New York will open on April 20th, 2002 at the Metropolitan Pavilion on West 18th street. The exhibit features more than 500 one-of-a-kind works, oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, print suites, sculpture and tapestries. Included in the exhibit is a rare selection of Dali collectibles.
--April 23 thru May 11, 200-- An exhibition entitled From Oriental Inspiration will be showing at Pleiades Gallery at 530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, NYC 10001. RECEPTION: Thur, April 25th, from 5-8:30PM.
--April 27 thru 29, 2002-- Inviting you art lovers out there to come experience the magic that is... TOAST - Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour - New York. TOAST is an opportunity for new and established artists to show and promote their work at their own studios. There are 60 participating artists who will open up the doors to their studio/living space and offer art lovers a one-on-one connection to their art. EVENT: April 27, 28, 29 - all day.
--April 27- May 25, 2002--Spot Portraits by Timothy Cummings at the DABORA Gallery, 1080 Manhattan Ave. (betw. Eagle and Dupont) in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Gallery Hours: Saturday noon to 5pm. Take G-Train to Greenpoint Ave. Tel: 718-609-9629. RECEPTION: Saturday, May 4, 7-10 PM.
--March 1 thru April 14, 2002-- Ruffled Feathers will be showing at The Puffin Room, at 435 Broome Street in Soho, NYC 10001. AAWAA offers a series of events: March 6 - Slaying the Dragon; March 13 - Shinjuku Boys; April 3 - Don't Ask Why; April 10 - Subrosa and Sally's Beauty Spot. RECEPTION: Friday, March 1st from 6-8 pm.
--March 14 thru 28, 2002-- The Main Street Gallery in Dobbs Ferry is having a show entitled New York Figures, at 26 Main Street. RECEPTION: Sunday, March 3rd from 3-5 pm.
--March 1 thru April 6, 2002-- NOLAN/ ECKMAN GALLERY will be showing: Five Sculptors - Drawings from the 1970's - Richard Artschwager, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Alan Saret and Richard Tuttle. The gallery is located at 560 Broadway New York 10012. The 1970's were a point of intersection for a varied group of young artists who had been spoon-fed three dimensions, and were digesting Minimalism, Anti-Illusionism, and Conceptualism. At the time, all were relatively new to the gallery scene. Even the senior members of the five, Artschwager and LeWitt (born 1923 and 1928 respectively) did not manage a one-person show until 1965. Within a few years, all the rest followed suit. This exhibition proposes the 1970's as a decisive moment for sculptor's drawings, and a viewing platform for the present. Artschwager, Le Va, LeWitt, Saret and Tuttle had each become fully established in New York. Sculpture had temporarily eclipsed painting, and legendary galleries such as Bykert, Greene, Dwan, and Castelli warehouse were flourishing. The 1980's hadn't yet happened. The art world was small, vital, and cohesive in a way it would never be again.
--March 15 thru April 13, 2002-- Curtis Mitchell at Esso Gallery at 211 West 28th Street in Chelsea, NYC 10001. Featured in the backroom works by Giovanni Anselmo, Jay Battle, Alighiero e Boetti, Jeannette Louie, Nzingah Muhammad Maurizio Pellegrin, Giuseppe Penone, Gianni Piacentino, Glen Rubsamen RECEPTION: Friday, March 15th from 6-8 pm.
--March 15 thru April 13, 2002--The exhibit All Artists Show The First Time will be shown at the Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art gallery located at 86 Walker Street on the 6th Floor, in Tribeca, NYC 10013. All gallery artists will be seen together. South gallery: Painting - Amaya Bozal, Alfredo Cannata, Julio Chaile, Anton Christian, Fairfax Dorn, Jeff Kowatch, Lenore RS Lim, Estate of Robinson Murray Martin Penrose, John Rosis, Alex Serna, Dylan Blue Stone. RECEPTION: Wednesday, March 6th from 6-9 pm
--March 16, 2002--The Art Students League of New York presents "Celebrate the Life of Harry Sternberg". This event will be held in the Gallery on the 2nd Floor, at 215 West 57th Street, NYC 10019. RECEPTION: Saturday, March 16th at 12 noon.
--March 20, 2002-- Initial Public Offerings (I.P.O.): New Artists, New Curators: This series features salon-style dialogues between some of the most exciting emerging curators, critics, and artists working in New York today. Leeza Ahmady & Roya Ghiasy discuss the artist's examination of immigration, integration, ethics, religion, globalization, mass-media and social-political platforms, in the context of the curator's question: "is contemporary art western art?" Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street, NYC 10021 Event: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 at 7pm
--March 22 thru April 29, 2002--Priska C. Juschka Fine Art presents an exhibition of Paintings by Tim Doud. Location: PRISKA C. JUSCHKA FINE ART 212 Berry Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211. Extracts from an interview between Tim Doud and Priska Juschka, March 2002 are also available.
--March 3 thru May 27, 2002-- Visions of Tibet: Paintings by Four Artists from Lhasa March 3 - May 27, 2002 at The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center. This is the first exhibition of works by Ga De, Bianba Qiongda, Tsering Dorje and Tserang Dhundrup in the United States. Due to geography, language barriers and limited funding, it is not easy for Tibetan artists to travel to the West. They all want to maintain their connection with their own culture at the same time they explore more international movements, a desire that has stimulated many non-Western artists as they negotiate the space between traditional modes of thinking and the contemporary, cultural stereotypes and originality. Snug Harbor Cultural Center 1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301.
--February 2, 2002-- Art Activism + Technology in the Age of Corporate Globalism. (The first in an ongoing series of talks, performances, media, workshops, food, human interaction). Where: Name.Space Lab, 11 East 4th Street NYC. Event: 5pm-2am.
--February 5 thru 23, 2002-- New Members Show at the Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea, 530 West 25th Street NYC 10001. RECEPTION: Thursday, February 7, 5-8pm.
--February 6 thru May 4, 2002-- The Society of Illustrators will be having their Illustrators 4 Exhibition and Galas at 128 East 63rd Street, NYC 10021. Sequential: February 6 - 24. Sequential Awards Gala will take place on Tuesday, February 5th - - Editorial and Book: March 2 - 30. Editorial and Book Awards Gala will take place on Friday, March 1st - - Advertising and Institutional: April 6 - May 4. Advertising, Institutional and Uncommissioned Awards Gala will take place on Friday, April 5, 2002.
--February 6 thru 7, 2002-- The Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School Art Auction: Francesco Clemente, Brice Marden, Elizabeth Murray, Tom Otterness, and William Wegman are among the over 250 artists donating their artwork for this event - a Silent Art Auction. The auction is free and open to the public. It will be held at I - 20 Gallery, located in Chelsea, at 529 West 20th Street. Auction: Final bidding ends Thursday, February 7th at 8:30pm. RECEPTION: at 6:00pm.
--January 18 thru January 19, 2002-- The Art of New York, Myron Heise has a painting entitled "Canal Street", selling in a major auction featuring selected works from the Philip Desind Collection, at The New York Historical Society, 77th Street at Central Park West, NYC. A remarkable assemblage of approximately 250 paintings plus 80 photographs to be sold.AUCTION DATE: Saturday, January 19th starting at 1 pm.
--January 19 thru January 31, 2002-- Exhibit of Paintings by Elinore Schnurr and Roxie Munro at the Marin-Price Galleries, located at 7022 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815. RECEPTION: Saturday, January 19th from 6:30 to 8pm.
--January 3 thru January 25, 2002-- Myron Heise shows his The travelling exhibition of paintings, Country Days/City Nights, art of Nebraska by day and New York city at night, at the Littman and White Gallery, Portland State University, Portland OR. RECEPTION: Thursday January 17th from 5 to 8 pm.
--January 1 thru 31, 2002-- Recent Work by Frank Stella is now showing at the Paul Kasmin Gallery. The work is on view at 289-291 Tenth Avenue. Location: 293 Tenth Avenue, NYC 10001.
--January 12 thru March 3, 2002-- Substatic - Bernard Fuchs - Sarah Emerson - Jeff Grant. Thomas Erben Gallery, located at 516 West 20th Street in Chelsea, is very pleased to announce a group exhibition with works by three emerging artists. Static refers to a state of immobility of masses or forces; as an active agent, it can be described as a type of interference or noise generated by television or radio discharges. Substatic describes states of activity which are veiled, and thus not immediately apparent, but nevertheless do exist. RECEPTION: Saturday, January 12, 6 - 8.30 pm.
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