119 Ludlow Street - Lower East Side
New York - NY
Phone /// 646.504.2323
Wednesday, July 8, 2015 - 7 to 11 pm.
"Art is food! You can't eat it, but it feeds you. Art has to be cheap and available to everybody."
-Bread and Puppet Theater, Glover Vermont, 1984
Our participating artists have agreed to let every piece of original artwork in this show sell for just $20. You spend more than that on coffee in 3 days! Wake up every morning to something way more special. Participate!
Gallery 21, Spanish Village, Balboa Park.
San Diego, CA
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Gallery Hours: free and open to the pubblic, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
OMA/Herbert B.Turner Galleries, Southfair in Del Mar,
Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Gallery Hours: free and open to the pubblic, dawn till dusk daily
Sunday, May 31, opens the exhibition "Centennial SDMAAG 1915-2015" to celebrate the centenary of the establishment of The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild. Curated by Kathi McCord and the Board of the San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild, the exhibition is developed on two locations, the Gallery 21 in Spanish Village in Balboa Park in San Diego CA. and the Oceanside Museum of Art in Southfair CA.
Franco Tosi at Fendi Boutique, Galleria Cavour
via Farini, Massei, De'Foscherari, Bologna
ArtCity Withe Night
Monday, January19 - 6:30pm
This year the exhibition that affects the entire city, will also affect the Galleria Cavour Monday, January 19 at 18.30, will inaugurate FOOD ON DEMAND - GALLERIES IN GALLERY, the food in contemporary art by Isabella Falbo.
The path of art, which will unfold within 20 boutique Galleria Cavour, will house works by important artists and international stars of the contemporary art scene showing reflections on food and are represented by 14 galleries from Bologna. In the path, the poetics and aesthetics of the works interact with the philosophy and style of the brand to which they are associated.
"All the food we eat after a series of transformations and routes, come to our cells and, when combined with each other, giving rise to the energy that allows the cell to live and to us to exist." Franco Tosi is inspired biological universe. The series "Mitosis" is a revised version of an organic vision, in which cells and filaments materialize on fluids internal landscapes giving us the perception of our being.
Galleria Di Paolo Arte
New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th St., Corona, NY, 11368
Sunday, Oct26, 3-5 pm
We have recently entered the era of "Big Neuroscience," with major, long-term, collaborative research projects in the United States and Europe devoted to creating a complete picture and understanding of the human brain. Not surprisingly, these "heady" times for neuroscience are having a domino effect in the arts.
Artists have long reflected upon the nature of perception, memory, and emotion in their art. But recent breakthroughs in understanding the brain, accompanied by access to its visualizations, are provoking the imaginations of artists in new ways.
Twenty-seven artists and two scientist-artists were selected from 156 entrants from around the world by the distinguished Co-Jurors: Stephen Nowlin, artist & Director of the Williamson Gallery at at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California; and Anjan Chatterjee, the Elliott Professor and Chief of Neurology at Pennsylvania Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
The Tampa Museum of Art is located in
downtown Tampa on the Hillsborough River
next to Curtis Hixon Park:
120 W. Gasparilla Plaza
Tampa, Fl 33602
FIVE by FIVE 2014 (October 17th at the Tampa Museum of Art) is now in its third year, is a celebration for all the arts — an exciting night of performances and visual art featuring an anonymous exhibition from accomplished artists worldwide. The visual exhibition features 5″×5″ artwork made and donated by international and local artists
Beyond the visual art exhibition, fantastic and extraordinary performances are presented throughout the evening by local artists in music, dance, theatre, film and spoken word. Read more...
The 16th international art-sci juried exhibition
organized by Art & Science Collaborations,
will be held at the New York Hall of Science
from October 11, 2014 - March 29, 2015
Sunday, Oct.26, 3-5pm
New York, NY
Art+Science Co-Jurors selected 27 artists and two neuroscientists from the 156 entrants from around the world [42 images].
We have entered the era of "Big Neuroscience." The goal of the United States' Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative is to map the activity of every neuron in the human brain, and the mission of the European Union's Human Brain Project (HBP) is to construct realistic simulations of the human brain. They are the biggest scientific challenges of the 21st century.
Propelled by MRI and fMRI imaging technologies, scientists are already discovering fundamental mechanisms of brain function that will ultimately create a more complete understanding of what it means to be human. These "heady" times for neuroscience are also having a domino effect in the arts. Artists have long reflected upon the nature of perception, memory, and emotion to create their work. But recent breakthroughs in understanding the brain, accompanied by its visualizations, are sparking the imaginations of artists around the world. And recently, a young neuroscientist who was so enamored with the beauty of the brain's neurons and synapses has created a successful career in the arts as a painter!
Separately, and often in collaboration with neuroscientists, artists are using abstract thinking, imagination, and visual perception to respond to new discoveries in brain science. Sometimes, they are spurred by neural maladies that have touched them personally, such as color blindness and dyslexia, or the more serious impacts of brain damage from injury, epilepsy, Alzheimers, autism, and schizophrenia, among others.
A new openness from science practitioners and a desire for public engagement with their research findings, has created a plethora of recent art+neuroscience activities including: the new scientific field of Neuroaesthetics; "The Beautiful Brain: Art and Science of the Human Mind" online forum; The Interalia Magazine dedicated to the interactions between the arts, sciences, and consciousness; "Neuroscience Art" exhibitions mounted at The Society of Neuroscience annual meetings; and a 2014 production of a planetarium journey, the NEURODOME, that utilizes the data visualization tools of astronomy to depict high-resolution imagery of the brain.
This juried exhibition is the result of Art & Science Collaborations' international Open Call for stunning visual images documenting original art executed in any media that was inspired or informed by the various aspects of the brain and new discoveries in neuroscience.
Cynthia Pannucci, Founder/Director of Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
The Center for Contemporary Art
2020 Burnt Mills Road,
Bedminster, NJ 07921 - USA
Exhibit Dates at The Center for Contemporary Art: June 23 – August 23, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, June 27th from 6-8 p.m.
This show is eagerly anticipated and is a great exhibition and a chance for The Center to show the artist members! Three cash prizes and three honorable mentions will be awarded.
About the Judge:
Rachael Faillace, Executive Director at Rahway Arts District, Inc., is a visual artist and the former Assistant Director of Arts Guild New Jersey and Gallery Director at the Art School at Old Church. She has a BFA in Illustration, Rhode Island School of Design and MFA in Visual Arts, Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Duke of York's HQ
WORKS AT SAATCHI SCREEN
Art is free to be displayed on the hi-resolution screen that we have installed on the 2nd floor of the Saatchi Gallery. Selected artworks will rotate randomly with artist name/surname, city/country, artwork title, medium & size. The works will remain in the loop as long as the screen is up.
Galleria Di Paolo Arte
Franco Passalacqua, Romano Bertuzzi, Franco Tosi
" Paesaggio nel tempo sospeso"
18 April – 15 June 2014
Di Paolo Art Gallery during the month of May will host in their spaces " Paesaggio nel tempo sospeso " group exhibition with works by Franco Tosi , Romano Bertuzzi and Franco Passalacqua . What unites the authors is the careful study of the landscape. Working on the landscape means working on the territory of what surrounds us , then something real that exists , it is visible , you can touch . But working on the landscape also means working on yourself , on the perception that one has of the world, the atmosphere of which we are part . Here then at the same time the landscape is imagined because everyone is allowed to see according to its own vision , sensitivity, culture. Tosi and Passalacqua fantasize about creating unreal landscapes , dreamy ; Roman Bertuzzi simply rereads the territory through the personal memories or historical memory . Each according to their language investigates this in the relationship between man and nature, between the self and the outside world inside.
Franco Tosi as been selected as a Winner in the 2nd 2014 Showcase competition!
The ArtSlant Curatorial Team is very pleased to welcome him into our special group of winning artists. Showcase Winners have been designated as promising artists by our team of professional art watchers.