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SPEAKEASY SOIREE: Junior Committee of the Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter Hosts Fundraising Gala to Help Fight Alzheimer'sPresented by Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter
The Junior Committee of the Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter (the Chapter) will host a special gala, Speakeasy Soiree, to raise funds for Alzheimer’s disease research and care. This unforgettable evening at the Harold Pratt House (58 East 68th Street in Manhattan) will offer cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, dancing, and a silent auction. Guests are encouraged to wear 1920s cocktail attire.
MF Gallery is proud to present a new art show by Fernando Carpaneda, Frank Russo and Moses Jaen. The art in this show deals with the grittiness of society, as seen through the eyes of Punk Rock, Horror and Psychedelia. Each artist will be presenting some new paintings and sculptures depicting humans, monsters, and everything in between.
Imagine This, Narrative Art Show Art In Clay II: Figuratively Speaking International Juried Smart Device show Opening reception September 27, 2014 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm with music by Paula Jeanine Bennett & the Imagine This Quartet
Flash Perception Lab is a series of adventures designed to accelerate your awareness and refine your technical skills for expressing ideas in writing, drawing and photography. The point is to start from the idea. Then instead of teaching how to use “just one” art medium, you will learn how to use all available tools and technologies to give voice to your vision. Week 1, you’ll ride the subway on an ultimate field trip to your imagination. Week 2 examines the creation of expressive artworks blending drawing with words. Week 3, imagine yourself in the future, reflecting on your life today, then take a picture of yourself as a relic. A pen, notebook, pocket camera (or smart phone), and a spirited appetite for intelligent fun required. If you can make a sandwich with more than one ingredient, you have enough creative, associative ability to take this class. Wednesdays, Oct. 1 - 15, 6:30 - 9 pm. Cost: $125 Please register for full address.
The National Arts Club and its Office of Fine Arts in collaboration with the John Szoke Gallery present, ‘Edvard Munch – Master Prints.' The exhibition is the second installment of the Offices’ fine arts fall program and will show 20 of the famed Norwegian masters unique graphic works, alongside pieces from Picasso and other American contemporaries, including Max Bohm, Bolton Brown, Frank DuMond and Birge Harrison. Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944) created some of the most visually arresting and psychologically powerful images in the history of art. Though his fame rests largely on one painting; 'The Scream' Munch was an experimental printmaker of astonishing daring and virtuosity. With these works Munch made a lasting contribution to the Modernist movement through his exploration of isolation and existentialism in a radical and original way. While, Munch's paintings are striking, it is his work in the graphic arts that fully conveys his exploration of the interior world of human feelings. For more information please visit www.nationalartsclub.org or call Office of Fine Arts at The National Arts Club on (212) 475-3424
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of legendary artist Moby. Born in New York’s Harlem, on 148th St., Moby grew up in Connecticut and then returned to New York, where he spent most of his life. A few years ago, he moved to L.A., due to “its singular pre-apocalyptic strangeness”, as he declared recently. Moby was exposed to art since his childhood, being raised in a family of artists: his mother was a painter and an uncle of him was a sculptor. Another uncle, Joseph Kugielsky, who was a photographer at the New York Times, gave him his used photo equipment, so that Moby started taking pictures at the age of 10 with his first camera - an old Nikon F that had been in Vietnam. At university Moby had a double major, in philosophy and photography. He spent years and years in the SUNY Purchase College’s darkroom developing and printing for himself and for others. Moby’s latest series of photographs “Innocents" is based on the artist’s own theory that the Apocalypse has already happened. Tragic events influenced him. After September 11 – which coincidentally is also Moby’s birthday. From his mind-blowing music to his photographs related to his own directed videos, in terms of visual motifs, composition, and psychedelic colors, Moby defines himself as a multi-faceted artist, extremely emotional and rational at the same time.
The Whole Bead Show brings bead, button, and findings vendors from across the country to you. This Fall our show will be 40% larger than its normal size- including more than 85 exhibitors, classes, food, Bead Society of Greater New York, and Urban Glass.