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Armory Arts Week New York

Clockwise from the top: Hank Willis Thomas’ “After Identity, What?, 2011,” Richard Mosse’s “Débris, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011,” and Lars Tunbjork’s “42nd Street and Eighth Avenue, from the Times Square portfolio published May 18, 1997.”

Armory Week is almost here. Join us on Saturday, March 10 for our annual all-day Armory Collectors Brunch to mix and mingle with friends and colleagues in the heart of Chelsea’s art district. The event will include a special walk through of the current exhibition Shared Vision, with Marcelle Polednik, Director MOCA Jacksonville and collectors Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla at 11:00 am, followed by book signings with Aperture artists including Bruce Davidson, Richard Mosse, Brian Ulrich, Penelope Umbrico, collector Bill Hunt.

Saturday, March 10, 10:00 am–1:00 pm
FREE

Aperture Gallery and Bookstore
547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor
New York, New York
(212) 505-5555

During Armory Arts Week, you can also visit Aperture at the eleventh annual SCOPE New York Art Fair. You can see some of our newest limited-edition prints from artists Hank Willis Thomas’ “After Identity, What?, 2011,” Lars Tunbjork’s “42nd Street and Eighth Avenue, from the Times Square portfolio published May 18, 1997” and Richard Mosse’s “Débris, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011.”

This year, SCOPE’s VIP first view will take place on Wednesday, March 7 at an exciting, high profile location across from The Armory Show. The 35,000 square foot pavilion and its dramatic glass box entrance on 57th Street and 12th Ave will host 50 international galleries and museum-quality programming highlighting groundbreaking, emerging work in contemporary art and beyond.

First View:
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Fair Continues:
Thursday, March 8, 2012-Sunday, March 11, 2012

Admission required.

SCOPE Pavilion
57th St & 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
212-268-1522

Artlog presents Chelsea Art Crawl 2011: July 21st

 

above: Rinko Kawauchi Untitled, from Illuminance

Aperture Foundation is participating in Artlog‘s Chelsea Art Crawl 2011. The evening will feature after-hours access to a mix of Chelsea’s galleries and non-profit spaces. In addition to touring the exhibitions, guests will be able to attend exclusive artist talks and curator tours. The Chelsea Art Museum hosts the after-party where fellow art lovers can mingle and enjoy free drinks and music.

Featured Venues:

Cristin Tierney (check-in location)
Paul Kasmin Gallery
Mixed Greens
1500 Gallery
Marlborough (check-in location)
Flag Art Foundation
Benrimon Contemporary
Chelsea Art Museum
Meulensteen
The Pace Gallery
Yancey Richardson Gallery
Zach Feuer Gallery
Mallick Williams & Co.
Honey Space
Larissa Goldston Gallery
Schroeder Romero & Shredder
The Kitchen
Aperture Foundation

Schedule:

6:30-9:00pm: Gallery Crawl & Talks
9:00pm-11:00pm: Party at Chelsea Museum

Tickets are $25 in advance, and you can register online. We hope you can make it!

LightBox Photographic Gallery

We are looking to have superior conceptual pieces with the highest quality of craftmanship in this group show to be featured at LightBox Gallery and at Plates to Pixels online gallery. handyman services . Juror Blue Mitchell, submissions due by midnight July 10, 2011. Show will hang in the gallery for a nearly 8 weeks. Denver DUI Attorney . Established and upcoming Photographic artisans are encouraged to be part of this collaborative showcase exhibit! Help us by being part of it, we are hoping to show the best in Photographic fine art with a diverse collection of imagery and techniques represented, and present a show that Astoria and the Northwest must come see. Check out the call for entries page for full information, thank you, michael and chelsea http://lightbox-photographic.com/call-for-entries/

July-December 2011 Work Scholar Session: Deadline to apply extended to April 15th

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The deadline for applications to the Fall 2011 Work Scholar program has been extended to Friday, April 15th. The Work Scholar program at Aperture is a unique opportunity to be introduced to the many facets of the photography, non-profit and publishing fields. Following placement in each of Aperture’s departments, Work Scholars are involved in a range of tasks in the areas of design, editing, circulation, development, sales and marketing. The program also includes a number of special events, curator-led tours of exhibits, special studio visits with Aperture artists and a chance to get involved in the arts and photo world in New York. In the 2011 Spring session Work Scholar visited galleries in the art district of Chelsea and will be given a tour of The Museum of the City of New York show Moveable Feast by the exhibition’s curators.

Click here for more information on Aperture’s Work Scholar program including how to apply

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The Annual Armory Brunch at Aperture Gallery this Saturday

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Barbora and Radim Zurek, courtesy the artists

Saturday, March 5, 2011
10:00 am–1:00 pm

FREE

Aperture Foundation
547 West 27 Street, 4th floor
New York, New York
(212) 505-5555

In honor of the Armory Show, Aperture is pleased to present a  Brunch in honor of The Armory. The event will include appearances by Aperture artists, who will be available to sign their books—special offers on Aperture books and limited-editions, and more. Join us to mingle with friends and colleagues in our beautiful gallery located in the heart of Chelsea’s art district. Don’t miss your opportunity to see the current exhibition and meet some of the artists from, reGeneration 2: tomorrow’s photographer’s today. Refreshments will be served. More details forthcoming.