ARGAZZI ART - GROUP EXHIBITION - "A SENSE OF PLACE" Opening Reception, Saturday, October 6, 2018

Please join Argazzi Art for its 15th Year Anniversary Celebration —A Sense of Place— September 30 - November 25, 2018

 Victor Mirabelli,  Noble Spirit, oil on canvas, 60 x 74 inches

Victor Mirabelli, Noble Spirit, oil on canvas, 60 x 74 inches

A Sense of Place: a characteristic that some geographical places have and some do not. It is often used in relation to those qualities that make a place special or unique...as well as those that foster a sense of human attachment and belonging.

Featuring New Works by:

Debra Bermingham, Katherine Bowling, Lisa Breslow, Etienne Delessert, Victor Mirabelli, Lucy Reitzfeld and James Shay

 Left to right: Lisa Breslow,  Norturne 1,  oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches; Katherine Bowling,  Moon Leaves,  oil on spackle on wood panel, 36 x 34 inches.

Left to right: Lisa Breslow, Norturne 1, oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches; Katherine Bowling, Moon Leaves, oil on spackle on wood panel, 36 x 34 inches.

The artists in this anniversary exhibition have captured their own personal "sense of place" be it landscape, cityscape or the rending of a particular moment or scene in time, sometimes personal and often open to the viewer's interpretation.

Argazzi Art is celebrating its 15 Year Anniversary representing both emerging and established artists in its current location in the historic district of Lakeville, Connecticut, with an additional 15 years managing artists and curating shows and exhibitions for other galleries.

A Sense of Place
September 30 - November 25, 2018
Exhibition Opening
Saturday, Oct 6, 5-7pm


ARGAZZI ART

HOURS: Friday through Sunday from 11 until 5 or by appointment
22 Millerton Road | Route 44 | Lakeville, CT 06039 | 860.435.8222 | www.argazziart.com

Edward Hopper House Presents MILTON GLASER: LANDSCAPE PRINTS, September 7 - November 4, 2018, with Opening Reception, Thursday, September 13, 6:30 - 8:30pm

Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center is pleased to announce an exhibition of landscape prints by renowned graphic designer Milton Glaser

The opportunity to exhibit in Edward Hopper’s home is one that Mr. Glaser has taken as both a great honor and an impetus to create his latest and most personal works to date.

 Milton Glaser, River. Image courtesy of artist.

The exhibition has drawn attention to a number of connections shared between the two artists and their artistic development, including the influence of time spent in Europe as young men, the resulting decision of each to turn toward a different artistic medium, and a mutual love for the Hudson Valley.

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This show will feature numerous landscape explorations influenced by the late monotypes of Edgar Degas, which are also reminiscent of Hopper’s early paintings. In each case, Glaser begins with a drawing – in black and white or color – made from both memory and observation. He then uses a range of digital processes to layer a variety of patterns on top of and below the image, effectively creating a virtual lithographic press. This procedure, which enables him to discern and control the slightest changes in color, has resulted in a series of new works by Glaser that offer an at-once-familiar but unique perspective on the natural beauty of the Hudson Valley.

Milton Glaser is among the most celebrated graphic designers in the world today. His work has been featured in exhibitions and museums throughout the world, including one-man-shows at the Museum of Modern Art and the Georges Pompidou Center. He is the recipient of lifetime achievement awards from both the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and the Fulbright Association.

In 1974, he opened Milton Glaser, Inc., where he continues to produce a prolific amount of work, including the iconic I ❤ N Y symbol; perhaps the most replicated symbol of our time. He is also co-founder of New York Magazine and Push Pin Studios.

An exhibition poster and special edition post card books designed by Milton Glaser will be available for sale at Edward Hopper House.


As part of this exhibition, there will be an Interview with Milton Glaser by Ken Carbone on Saturday, October 13th, 2018 at 2pm.

Local residing design guru Ken Carbone will be interviewing Milton Glaser and will touch on Glaser’s long and creative career that continues to transform corporations, organizations and everyday imagery, Carbone will provide the setting and context for the artist (Glaser) to share his approach to art. There is no fine art vs. commercial art to Glaser, it is all art, and it this devotion to the creative process that guides his powerful vision.


All images courtesy of artist.

Edward Hopper House Presents: Milton Glaser: Landscape Prints
September 7 - November 4, 2018
Opening Reception, Thursday, September 13, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Interview with Milton Glaser by Ken Carbone
Saturday, October 13th, 2018 at 2pm

Edward Hopper House Art Center
82 North Broadway
Nyack, NY
845-358-0774
www.edwardhopperhouse.org

ArtWalk Kingston Open Studio Tour, Kingston, NY, September 22-23, 2018

2018 KINGSTON CELEBRATES ITS ARTISTS

Celebrate the arts and artists in their own environments at the ArtWalk Kingston Open Studio Tour, September 22 -23, 2018.

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Over the course of two days, visitors and local residents are invited to explore 3 distinct areas of the City of Kingston and immerse themselves in a range of art and events.

Paintings, photographs, drawings and sculptures are just some of the mediums that will be on display at home studios and galleries across the City. Performers are invited to schedule performances to include during the tour.

SOME OF THE MANY 2018 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Whether you have a few hours or a full day, ArtWalk Kingston will offer a broad range of art and activities for all.

The walk will be held from 12 - 5pm each day and will feature over 100 artists in private studios, galleries and special events.

Visit the ONLINE MAP while you’re out visiting the studios and galleries.

Riverside Galleries, Garrison Art Center, 2 Opening Exhibitions: "Some Stories" Melinda Stickney & "BassWood Bodies" Victoria Thorson

The Riverside Galleries at Garrison Art Center in Garrison, New York, announces Two Exhibition Openings, August 11 - September 9, 2018 with a public reception for the artists on Saturday, August 11 from 5 -7pm.

The artists include Melinda Stickney-Gibson and Victoria Thorson.

 Melinda Stickney-Gibson,  Smooch ,  60 x 80 inches

Melinda Stickney-Gibson, Smooch,  60 x 80 inches

Melinda Stickney-Gibson's paintings and painted “tapestries”  involve a diaristic, personal and often graphic approach. Her paintings and sculptural pieces literally incorporate tiny bits of writing from her own journals, favorite fragments of writing by others and universal words such as “yes," “maybe," “no?," “her,” “ummm….,” etc. This aspect of the work is absolutely in relationship to her longtime love of the physical act of painting and her visceral love of the paint itself.

One work that will be featured in the exhibition is LOSING LARSEN C, a painting that is a personal commentary on a gigantic ancient ice cap, named Larsen C, which is rapidly losing mass.

Stickney-Gibson has been living and working as an artist in New York for over 25 years. In addition to painting, she creates sculptural work incorporating steel, glass, concrete and wire often resting on steel wall-mounted ledges or installed on the floor itself.

 Melinda Stickney-Gibson,  Losing Larsen C

Melinda Stickney-Gibson, Losing Larsen C

Victoria Thorson’s sculptures tread a line between recognizable form and pure abstraction. She has been seduced by basswood. Its softness of touch when smooth, evokes the human body. Starting with lumber or recycled wood, Thorson sees potential shapes and feels her way along the cracks, knots and grain, following the lines of energy. She carves and refines to create slits of light between masses and discovers abstract forms to express life’s silences and vibrations.

Her work is often anchored by a re-purposed metal industrial find that is the right weight, proportion and aesthetic to be part of the piece, not a separate base. Most pieces can rotate 360 degrees or swing out to recompose, while the initial core and plumb line stay intact. This exhibition will also feature several ceramics Thorson created in the 90s working with sculptor Peter Gourfain, who taught her to sharpen a wood tool and cut clear planes when the clay was right to the touch. Gallery visitors will see the evolution as Thorson brought her fluid form-language from clay to wood.

 Victoria Thorson,  05 Red Surge     
  
   
  
    
  
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Victoria Thorson, 05 Red Surge

 Victoria Thorson,  08 Bosnia Wood 1

Victoria Thorson, 08 Bosnia Wood 1

Two Exhibition Openings:
Some Stories, Melinda Stickney-Gibson and BassWood Bodies, Victoria Thorson

August 11 – September 9, 2018
Public reception for the artists: Saturday, August 11, 5-7pm

The Riverside Galleries at Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing
Garrison, NY 10524
845-424-3960
www.garrisonartcenter.org

Garrison Art Center in Collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art Presents Remo Salvadori, Marco Bagnoli, Domenico Bianchi, Saturday, March 10, 2018

This is a special collaborative curated opportunity with Magazzino Italian Art to experience selected works from these artists on exhibit at The Riverside Galleries at Garrison Art Center. The exhibition will be on view March 10 -April 8, 2018, with an opening reception on Saturday, March 10 from 5 - 7pm.
 

   
  
   
  
    
  
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 Remo Salvadori (b. 1947)  Origine  1982-83, Colors, wax, gold on lead, 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 inches

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 Marco Bagnoli (b. 1949)  L’anello mancante alla catena che non c’è  1989, Steel, glass and alabaster, Height 72 inches x 28 3/8 inches. Base height 31 7/8 x 8 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches

Marco Bagnoli (b. 1949) L’anello mancante alla catena che non c’è 1989, Steel, glass and alabaster, Height 72 inches x 28 3/8 inches. Base height 31 7/8 x 8 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches

   
  
   
  
    
  
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   Domenico Bianchi (b. 1955),  Untitled  2013, Watercolor on paper, 14 x 9 1/4 inches

Domenico Bianchi (b. 1955), Untitled 2013, Watercolor on paper, 14 x 9 1/4 inches

Remo Salvadori, born in 1947 in Cerreto Guidi, near Vinci in the province of Florence,  currently lives and works in Milan. Salvadori’s important solo exhibitions include those at the Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice (2005); Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato (1997); Magasin,Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble (1991); and the Italian Cultural Institute and The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (1987).

Marco Bagnoli, born in 1949 in Empoli, has long been a presence at major international exhibitions including the Venice Biennial (1982, 1993, 1997), Documenta in Kassel (1982 and 1992) and Sonsbeek in Arnhem (1986).

Domenico Bianchi, born in 1955 in Rome, lives and works there today. Bianchi attended the city’s Accademia di Belle Arti, and at age 22 made his debut with a solo exhibition at Salvatore Ala Gallery in New York. In the years that followed, his work was shown at the Galerie Swart in Amsterdam, Yvon Lambert in Paris, Gian Enzo Sperone in Rome and New York, LA Louver Gallery in Los Angeles and Galleria Christian Stein in Turin and Milan.

The materials utilized by Marco Bagnoli, Domenico Bianchi and Remo Salvadori do not stray far from the commonplace pre-industrial objects that defined the “poor art” movement, but these pieces seem to transcend - adding allusions to the spiritual, the cosmic and the soul.

 

 

 

This exchange is the first between the two Hudson Valley arts organizations. Garrison Art Center and Magazzino Italian Art are dedicated to promoting the exhibition and enjoyment of art through educational and cultural experiences. This exhibition will feature select works on loan from the Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu Collection. Olnick and Spanu founded Magazzino Italian Art, which opened in 2017, and is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Post-war Italian Art and Design in the United States.

Salvadori, Bagnoli and Bianchi represent the next generation, following the Arte Povera movement, and are examples of the artistic talent flourishing in Italy today. These three artists were featured during the Magazzino Italian Art inaugural season. This exhibition at Garrison Art Center is an opportunity to view additional works by these prominent contemporary artists.

Garrison Art Center Presents Remo Salvadori, Marco Bagnoli and Domenico Bianchi in Collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art
March 10 through April 8, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION: March 10, 5-7pm

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing
Garrison, NY 10524
845-424-3960
www.garrisonartcenter.org