May 03, 2017 at Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York.
Moderated and organized by Hadar Ahuvia and Ali Rosa-Salas
With Yoshiko Chuma, Malik Gaines & Alexandro Segade, Will Rawls, Rosy Simas, and Reggie Wilson
Abrons Arts Center Studio G05
466 Grand St. (at Pitt St.)
MORE INFO: https://movementresearch.org/event/4821
We welcome back Catholic performer Teresa Peterson to CU North and we welcome local young adult artist Patrick Maney as our featured artist!
As usual, Holy Hour & Confessions are from 7:30PM-8:30PM and the performance, gallery and refreshments are from 8:45PM-10:00PM.
We hope to see many of you there!
For more info: Luigi.Manente@archny.org
TEFAF champions the finest art from across the ages. It brings together a network of top international dealers, who – through a combination of expertise and accessibility – inspire lovers of art from around the world.
THIRTY YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
Founded by art dealers in 1988 and run as a non-profit foundation, TEFAF has a proud history of showcasing masterpieces in every category of art and design – from antiques, Old Masters and Haute Joaillerie to contemporary painting, works on paper and 20th-century design. The most recent edition of TEFAF Maastricht, in March 2016, featured 275 of the world’s top galleries and welcomed 75,000 visitors from more than 60 countries.
TEFAF is unrivalled in the rigor with which it checks the quality, authenticity and condition of the works of art on sale at its fairs. Using the latest technical equipment, its vetting committee scrutinizes every item to be presented, so buyers at TEFAF can feel entirely confident that any object offered to them at TEFAF has passed through the hands and under the eyes of leading international experts.
MORE THAN JUST A FAIR
TEFAF also publishes an the annual TEFAF Art Market Report, which provides a global perspective on economic trends in the art market. Published since 2000, it uses data from auctioneers, dealers, collectors, industry observers and art sales databases to produce what is the most comprehensive summary of its kind available.
The Artist – Janis Long, a native of Ontario, Canada and currently a resident of Keuka Lake began creating one of a kind jewelry pieces 25 years ago by using vintage buttons, belt buckles, bakelite game pieces and other found objects. She later performed her magic with sterling silver and copper wire and metal to capture the beauty of her semi-precious stones and to create works that catch the eye. The secret to her distinctive work is found in her attention to detail and by applying various types of patinas and textures to her metal pieces.
She has shown her work in numerous museums, art galleries and gift shops in the states of Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. In addition to her design work, Janis has taught many classes and workshops.
Today, she is completely captivated by polymer clay where Janis finds pleasure in creating jewelry pieces that make a statement, geometric in shape and full of movement. Janis is inspired by many forms of art, the work of other jewelry artists and by the colors that come from nature.
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