Collective featuring American Masters and cutting edge names
opens in Tribeca during NY Art Week 2018.
An international gallery based in New York will be hosting innovative exhibitions in Tribeca and Midtown during New York Art Week 2018. The opening will be on May 3rd at 23 Warren street. The exhibition, parallel with New York Art Week, will feature a collection of emerging and established artists from all over the world.
Featuring a collection of American masters such as Larry Poons, Kenneth Noland, Larry Zox, Jim Dine, Dana Parlier, Frank O’Cain, Martin Knox, Barney Hodes, Keith Haring, Stefan Arteni, and Anne Stanner. The gallery will include rich abstract works by Brooklyn based artist, Neil Kerman, LA based artist, Lawrence Armstrong and overseas artists, Wilmer Herrison (Venezuela), Soonik Kwon (South Korea) and Geraldine Laly (France). From Europe the gallery will showcase figurative artists; Katya Shkolnik, Elka Leonard and Philipp Rudolf Humm, whose figurative depictions relate the social anxiety of contemporary life, in addition to New York based artists, Fadilja Kajosevic (Montenegro), Monica Sarmiento-Castillo (Ecuador), and Rene Nascimento (Brazil). In the category of sculptures, cutting edge artists, Mkrtich Mazmanian and Lebanese artist, Roger de Tanios will have their pieces shown marking an extraordinary mix in this international collective.
Saphira & Ventura Gallery will continue its program of artists by hosting its American Masters exhibition on May 5th, an exhibition and conference located at Saphira & Ventura Gallery on 4 W 43rd st. The exhibition will feature a conference by artists: Barney Hodes, Frank O’Cain, and Stefan Arteni on the inspiration behind their works. Other topics include the process and development of pop art, the history of arts in the United States and its different generations through the artist’s personal experience. The exhibition will include works by: Larry Poons, Kenneth Noland, Larry Zox, Jim Dine, Dana Parlier, Frank O’Cain, Martin Knox, Barney Hodes, Keith Haring, Stefan Arteni, and Anne Stanner. This exhibition is in collaboration with the New York International Contemporary Art Society, the New York Pro Art Society, New York Public Library, Base Iberoamericana, Community of the Two Americas, QCA Queens Council of the Arts, and The Art Students League of NY.
Curated by: Alcinda Saphira & Monica Sarmiento-Castillo
Service: S&V Gallery at One Art Space (23 Warren St. New York, NY 10007): May 3rd – May 9th 2018
Opening Reception: 7pm – 9:30pm
S&V Gallery Midtown at 4 W 43rd st. #415, New York, NY 10036: May 5th – May 12th 2018
Conference: 5pm – 7:30pm