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

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

   
  
   
  
    
  
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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

Writer Residency in Paris Accepting Applications for its Summer Term, July 1 - August 31, 2018

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency | Paris is accepting applications for its 2018 Summer Term.

The Residency provides recipient with:

  • A classic Parisian courtyard apartment/studio in the 15th arrondissement for 2 months
  • Travel to and from Paris
  • $1000/month stipend

Deadline: March 19, 2018.  Apply here

  The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency was established in memory of ArtSlant’s Founder, Georgia Fee, who passed away December 8, 2012. Georgia was dedicated to supporting and investing in artists and writers and had a deep connection with the city of Paris.

The Residency selects artists and writers who critically engage with the city of Paris, its history and its potential. It provides an opportunity for awardees to explore the cultural landscape of the city, to deepen their practice through experimentation and research and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience.

Visual artists of all mediums, art writers, and critics, 24 years or older are welcome to apply.

Selection is made based on the merit of past work, the potential for future success, the ability to independently develop new work and the proposed project’s relevance to the city of Paris. Recipients will be required to produce a serial, web-based component (blog, visual essay, hyper-textual experiment, etc.) which will be hosted on ArtSlant.com.

Deadline: March 19, 2018 - Apply here

Ann Street Gallery's "ANTHROPOCENE " Opens February 24, 2018

Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery in the City of Newburgh, New York, is pleased to announce the opening of Anthropocene with an Artist Reception on Saturday, February 24th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. The show runs through April 7, 2018

 Susan Hoffman Fishman,  Rising Tides

Susan Hoffman Fishman, Rising Tides

 Natalie Tyler,  Honeycomb

Natalie Tyler, Honeycomb

Anthropocene explores the impact of the changing climate and its devastating results on the environment, while acknowledging that humans are the dominant force of this global catastrophe and the Earth’s current transformation.

Inspired by a variety of ecological disasters, the works featured in the exhibition are the creative response of 24 artists working in variety of disciplines. In visually compelling ways, these artists utilize their art as a powerful vehicle to impact the viewer and raise awareness of the wide-ranging issues related to anthropogenic climate change: flooding, tropical storms, droughts, desertification, vanishing species and human pollution.

Cass, Keeping Things in Order

Michael Fischerkeller, An Omen (Bee Colony Collapse Disorder)

Featured Artists: Darcie Abbatiello, Michael Asbill, Brigitte Amarger, Caitlin Cass, Reenie Charriere, Mariah Conner, Michael Fishcherkeller, Susan Fishman, Stephanie Garon, Helen Glazer, Eloisa Guanlao, Colleen Keough, Dakotah Konicek, Rena Leinberger, Jonathan Barry Marquis, Gregory Martin, Daniel W. Miller, Sarah Misra, Itty Neuhaus, Maye Osborne, Elaine Quave, Jamie Rodriguez, John Shlichta, Gianna Stewart, and Uros Weinberger.

This exhibition was curated by Virginia Walsh, Gallery Director. The Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery specializing in contemporary emerging and established artists. 

Anthropocene
February 24 - April 7, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 24, 2018
6:30 – 8:30pm

Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery
104 Ann Street
Newburgh, New York 12550
845.784.1146
www.annstreetgallery.org

Edward Hopper House | Member Exhibition, January 21 - March 11, 2018

EDWARD HOPPER HOUSE  invites you to attend the 2018 Annual Member Exhibition, January 21 - March 11, 2018 at a new location, the Union Arts Center in Sparkill, New York.

Victor Mirabelli, "Wrapped in Celadon,"  11 x 14 inches, oil on canvas

MEMBER EXHIBITION 2018
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Argazzi Art Dazzling Exhibit Review "Gold & Black & White”

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Dazzling Exhibit at Argazzi

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Dazzling Exhibit at Argazzi
Wed, 01/03/2018 - 11:48am
Art: ‘Gold and Black and White’
By: Emily Gates

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The current show at Argazzi Art, “Gold & Black & White,” brings together a collection of works centered around those three colors. What could threaten to feel like a gimmick, instead feels like anything but. Argazzi has brought together a holiday exhibit of painting, photography and sculpture that is well worth seeking out.

 “Suspended Stillness,” by Victor Mirabelli.

“Suspended Stillness,” by Victor Mirabelli.

The striking pure white of Jaq Belcher’s “Ascending” catches one’s eye because of the pure, seemingly uninterrupted field of snow white paper, but it is the precise and mesmerizing cuts that Belcher has etched into the white field that keep one’s attention. The petal-shaped incisions cast a series of fluctuating shadows which add an unexpected playfulness and depth to the piece’s seeming simplicity. Another piece in white, “Contemplation Form 463,” by the Woodbury based artist Ann Mallory also cleverly walks the line between the simple and complex. Mallory has several works in ceramic in the show, and her glazed white vessel manages to appear at once raised from the earth and otherworldly. 

Gold appears in the show often and in many forms: gold leaf on panel and gold-leafed clay. The color appears in oil and wax glazes and acrylic paint, as is the case with the work of Sabine Friesicke. Friesicke, a German-born painter who lives and works between New York City and Berlin, has works of acrylic on canvas and paper on view. In particular, two large paintings, perfectly titled for the Argazzi show, “Black/Gold/White,” feature mesmerizing series of undulating waves. The ordered tidiness of the waves moving across the horizontal plane of the canvas are broken up by the way in which the painter has allowed the gold paint to drip and drift down the large square canvases.

Sculptor Lisa Breznak works with unexpected shapes and forms and on a small scale. Breznak hand forms her sculptures in her studio in Peekskill, New York, and the results are pleasingly off kilter and engaging. The works she currently has on show at Argazzi each incorporate 22 karat gold leaf, and the shining metal can suggest that one has stumbled upon a small treasure. The shapes in her “Dances for Waxing and Waning” call to mind both the structures of Japanese temples and the phases of the moon. “Pompion Prestige (Abundant Harvest)” strikes a rather different note. The abundant, swooping pile of pumpkins, a familiar site in the local area during fall, here lends itself towards some fairytale landscape.

Many of the colors in Victor Mirabelli’s large landscapes exist in the space between white and black. Mirabelli’s impressionistic paintings depict stark white barns, some with dark colored roofs, while “Unchartered Terrain Collection #8,” features a black barn, hauntingly beautiful in the midst of the silent spare land in which it sits. 

A number of other artists are here with interesting and worthwhile pieces. Whether one is drawn to gold or black or white, the Argazzi show has much to please.

"Gold & Black & White" runs through January 31 at Argazzi Art, 22 Millerton Road/Route 44, Lakeville, CT.

For information, visit www.argazziart.com or call 860.435.8222.