Artworks are created on fine art Arches paper with all aspects of the framing process made to strict museum archival standards. Custom framing styles and consultation are available. If interested, please follow the Artsy link below to contact my gallery representative who will be happy to help you.
Visitors to the show were greeted by an image I took of my daughter at Stonehenge in the summer of 2018. Located on a narrow, scooter-lined crowded street of mostly art galleries, boutique hotels and cafe’s – the most famous of which was the Café La Palette. Galerie Etienne de Causans, located in St. Germain and is about a 15 minute walk to the Louvre and the Notre Dame Cathedral.
The main loft gallery featured 10 pieces from my Mechanical Integration Series. The entry into the gallery displayed 84 Street Photography selections that I’ve captured since 2016 in Chicago, New York, London and Milan.
Below is a collection of images taken at the event, selections exhibited at the show and new photos taken during my visit:
PHOTOGRAPHY CITIES | An event dedicated to the passion of photography and metropolitan cities from around the world — the focal points of contemporary living. Twenty selected photographers and artist will offer their interpretations for the metropolitan theme expressed from their artistic perspective versus the documentary. The show glimpses American, Australian, British, French, German, Peruvian, Russian, and Spanish cities. The exhibition has been built on the idea created by rancesco Tadini of Photo Milano's passion for photography (www.photomilano.org). PhotoMilano.org is organization that engages hundreds of Milanese photographers to tell the city of Milan and the metropolitan area. The exhibition will take place at the historic Spazio Tadini House Museum. Organized and curated by Monteoliveto Gallery.
Via Niccolò Jommelli, 24
Exhibition open from June 8 to July 8, 2018
Hours: Opening at 18:30
Artexpo New York, the annual juried art show taking place at Pier 94 in the heart of New York City, will run from Friday, April 21 to Monday, April 24, 2017. Artexpo New York, the world’s largest fine art trade show, will once again host more than 400 exhibitors, showcasing original prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glassworks, and more.
Hosting more than 30,000 avid art enthusiasts every year, Artexpo New York is the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers, and art and framing retailers—giving hundreds of established and emerging artists the opportunity to get in front of the right people. Attendees will get the chance to browse thousands of innovative new works of art and enjoy education seminars, cocktail parties, live entertainment, and other special events. Artexpo New York also features the Topics & Trends Education Program—four days of complimentary seminars and conference classes offering expert perspectives on subjects ranging from art and the economy, small business management, and art marketing to social media for artists, design and decor trends, and more.
[SOLO] offers established and emerging independent artists the opportunity to showcase their work on an international stage. Over the decades, [SOLO] has become the ultimate venue for independent artists to be discovered—not only by gallery owners and art publishers, but also by collectors and enthusiasts in search of exciting new works. Echoing [SOLO]’s philosophy of supporting career opportunities of independent artists and partnered with industry experts Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, [FOTO SOLO] features collections of fine art photography from some of the world’s finest abstract, contemporary, and realist photographers.
For more information on Artexpo New York, please visit www.artexponewyork.com.
Red Dot Miami is a modern and contemporary art show featuring 75+ international galleries showcasing primary and secondary works from $1,000 to $100,000, including paintings, sculpture, and photography.
International Woman’s Day is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of women being able to vote. This March will be IAE’s 8th time hosting an event for this great cause. They have hosted numerous international events in locations worldwide, including: New York, Miami, Bucharest and Strasbourg. The exhibition brings together 23 artists from 12 countries. They explore the delicate interplay between intense emotion and rich color palettes. This show hopes to bring together people from all over the world and varying cultural backgrounds to share their love of art, life and perspective. There is an interesting manifestation of the same subject across various media.The Faces of Eve will display a wide variety of artwork and mediums including; oil and acrylic paintings on canvas, bronze and clay sculptures, artistic photos and also a selection of digital art. This diverse group of artists collectively explore a dynamic passion for vibrant colors and the intimate connection between shade, color and form and how these elements merge into a display of magnificence, sentiment and passion.
8.03. to 20.03.18
508Kings Road Gallery Gallery London SW100LD.
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 12am – 5pm
The recent exhibition of the Oxford International Art Fair took place on February 26-28 and was attended by over 6,000 visitors and featured the artwork of 150 artists from 26 countries. I consider myself fortunate to have been among this selected group of artists that exhibited at the show. OIAF2016 took place at the Oxford Town Hall which is located in the heart and center of Oxford, England. Upon arrival to the event, one was greeted by a grand staircase with vaulted ceilings, atop of which stood a modern, monolithic style marquee showcasing a list of the exhibiting artists and sponsors. Inside, an array of artwork was on display against a backdrop of Gothic Architecture. This historic setting and the world-class art that was on display all made for a very fun and chic event which was enjoyed by the public, art industry, participants and volunteers. I've always felt that one of the higher purposes of art is to advance culture. To that end, this event certainly made a nice contribution.
Instagrams from the exhibition and surrounding City of Oxford. Click on the images below to enlarge and view as a slide show.