The premise: a call for MGC member printmakers to create prints that use an entire sheet (22 x 30") of printmaking paper. (You can also work even larger.) Prints should be framed and ready to hang. Include name, medium, date of work, edition no., price.
Submission deadline: 25 March 2014
Show will be on view during April 2014
Place prints on shelf #107
Opening celebration/artists' talk: Sat., April 5, 6:30-9 PM
Vijay Kumar is exhibiting etchings in a 3-person exhibition of prints entitledFrom Both Sides of the Pond, with two artists from England,Ann Desmetand
Jackie Newell.The show is on view until February 20, 2014 at The Arthur M. Berger Art Gallery at Manhattanville College, 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY.
Frederick Mershimeris exhibiting paintings and prints in a two person show withMichael DiCerboatThe Old Printshop, located at 150 Lexington Avenue (between 29 and 30th Streets). The opening will take place on February 8th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. An artist talk will be held on February 22 at 1:00 pm.
Make a breakthrough: enter before February 28 for a chance to be published!
North Light Books is searching for the very best contemporary acrylic work. The subjects and styles may vary, but the work must embody this year’s theme:Radical Breakthroughs. Your take on that theme is open to artistic interpretation! But don’t wait too longthedeadline is February 28.Enter today!
Have you created something groundbreaking in your work this year? Have you mastered a new technique or made the viewer look at an everyday subject in a new way? If your art has made or captured a radical breakthrough, we want to see it. And the best work will be seen by many more:winners will enjoy national recognition and the perks of being featured in North Light Books’ beautiful, hardbound series,AcrylicWorks.
For complete information, including submission guidelines, clickhere.
More than $25,000 will be awarded, but hurry the Early-Bird Deadline for entry is April 1!
The Artist’s Magazine’s Annual Art Competitionwants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of The Artist’s Magazine,enter today!
Winning submissions will be discovered by fellow artists, art professionals and art lovers in a wide variety of settings:
Winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2014 issue
9 finalists will be showcased in the magazine’s “Competition Spotlight” feature
12 finalists will be featured as “Artist of the Month” on our website
The work of 12 finalists will be offered on our website as desktop wallpaper.
Win your work the recognition it deserves and up to$2,500 cash.Enter today! Click herefor a complete list of prizes, categories and rules. Early-Bird Deadline: April 1, 2014
Curated by Eduardo Besen, Rodrigo Naves, Priscila Sacchettin Opening 6-8 pm: March 20, 2014 On view: March 20 - May 23, 2014
International Print Center New Yorkpresents Contemporary Brazilian Printmaking, an exhibition of fine art print projects by over fifteen artists working in Brazil today. It will be on view at 508 West 26th St, 5th Floor, from March 20 - May 23, 2014.
Artists include:Nara Amélia, Mônica Barki, Ernesto Bonato, Ulysses Bôscolo, Marco Buti, Cleiri Cardoso, Helena Freddi, Sheila Goloborotko, Nina Kreis, Kika Levy, Fabricio Lopez, Alberto Martins, Claudio Mubarac, Laertes Ramos, Augusto Sampaio, Alexandre Sequeira, and Lambe-Lambes by Maura de Andrade, Sergio Kal, Mauricio Parra, Regina Pinto, Yili Rojas, and Carlos Henrique Soares.
Employing a wide range of mediums, techniques and styles, the artists featured in the exhibition represent many different aspects of Contemporary Brazilian printmaking. They have been selected by a group of curators, art historians and print specialists working together to identify important trends and achievements in the field of printmaking in contemporary Brazil. For the majority of the artists, this exhibition constitutes the first showing of their work in North America. As such, it offers a long-anticipated opportunity for New York audiences to connect first-hand with Brazilian art today.
Inheriting this tradition, the artists included in Contemporary Brazilian Printmaking resist convention, embracing technical experimentation and representing (in the words of one curator) an intuitive, if sometimes naïve, approach to the genre. This exuberance as reflected in the work of our featured artists will make for an exciting and revealing exhibition. Their techniques range from aquatint, dry point, mezzotint, and woodcut to contemporary photo etching, digital printing, and photo engraving.
Eduardo Besenis co-founder of São Paulo’s Gravura Brasileira Gallery, which contains a collection of more than 3,000 works of modern and contemporary printmaking. It is the only Brazilian exhibition space that we know of dedicated solely to displaying and promoting Brazilian printmaking. With a history of organizing national and international exhibitions for emerging and renowned artists and publishing art books and print portfolios, Gravura Brasileira Gallery has become a focal point of Brazilian printmaking. A recognized authority on Brazilian printmaking, Besen has lectured widely both in Brazil and abroad on the subject. Priscila Sacchettinis assistant curator at São Paolo’s prestigious Instituto Moreira Salles, a cultural organization promoting the development of projects in photography, literature, Brazilian music, and the visual arts. She also contributes to the Itaú Cultural Institute Brazilian Art Encyclopedia, an Internet database used by students and advanced scholars for their research projects. With a Master’s degree from the University of São Paulo, Sacchettin writes about contemporary artists as a member of the Young Critics Group of Centro Universitário Maria Antonia.
Rodrigo Navesis an art critic, art historian, and professor, has been published in numerous Brazilian magazines and newspapers and was editor of the culture supplement Folhetim (in the newspaper Folha de São Paulo). He contributed the preface to the Brazilian editions of Art and Culture by Clement Greenberg and Modern Art by Giulio Carlo Argan. He also has authored many books, including El Greco—Um mundoturvo [El Greco: A Dim World] andA Forma Difícil—Ensaios sobre Arte Brasileira [The Difficult Form: Essays on Brazilian Art]. Naves holds a Ph.D in Aesthetics from the University of São Paulo. International Print Center New Yorkis a non-profit institution founded to promote the greater appreciation and understanding of the fine art print. Through innovative programming, it fosters a climate for the enjoyment, examination and serious study of artists’ prints - from the old master to the contemporary. IPCNY depends upon public and private donations to support its programs. To contribute, or for membership information, please email@example.com.
This exhibition is supported bythe Consulate General of Brazil in New York. Support for the organization’s activities and programming comes from the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation, Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Foundation for Contemporary Art, The Greenwich Collection Ltd., Hess Foundation, The Jockey Hollow Foundation, The Ronald and JoCarole Lauder Foundation, The New York Community Trust, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, PECO Foundation, Porter Family Charitable Foundation, Shapiro-Silverberg Foundation and the Thompson Family Foundation.
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