S.Ü. Sakıp Sabancı Müzesi, 20. yüzyılın ikinci yarısında etkili olan dünyaca tanınmış sanatçı Joan Miró?nun olgunluk dönemine odaklanan ?Joan Miró. Kadınlar, Kuşlar, Yıldızlar? adlı sergiye ev sahipliği yapmaya hazırlanıyor. Sabancı Holding sponsorluğu ile 23 Eylül 2014 ? 1 Şubat 2015 tarihleri arasında düzenlenecek sergi, Barselona?daki Joan Miró Vakfı, Mallorca’daki aile koleksiyonu Successió Miró ve yine Mallorca’daki Pilar
KÖPRÜ 2 / BRIDGE 2
10 Eylül – 10 Aralık 2014
Sanatı günlük hayatımıza dahil eden, kent hayatına estetik çözümler öneren
Şeli Art Project kapsamında açılan sergiler ‘Her Yerde Sanat’ sloganıyla kent hayatını zenginleştirmeye devam ediyor.
Rolana Ceckauskaite, Sarantis Gagas ile Somnur Van Der Kraan,
Aslı Kutluay katılımıyla gercekleşen ‘Köprü 2 \ Bridge 2’ başlıklı sergi Şeli Art Project çatısı altında Kuruçeşme?de Soul Group?a
Gregory Raymond Halili Exhibition at Nancy Hoffman Gallery
October 30-December 13, 2014
The next exhibition at Nancy Hoffman Gallery comprises new work by Gregory Halili. This is his first show since 2006, and reveals a shift and change in his work, coinciding with a change in the artist’s city and country of residence. Rather than fill the gallery with intimate scale watercolors of butterflies, paradisiacal landscapes, or New York vistas, the artist has devoted himself
Treasures of British Art 1400-2000: The Berger Collection
Treasures of British Art 1400-2000: The Berger Collection features the most significant private collection of British art in the United States. Spanning six centuries, this exhibition presents 50 masterpieces from this collection in a variety of subjects, styles, and eras. The Berger Collection rivals only the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Yale Center for British Art in its holdings of British artworks from the 1500s and early 1600s. It’s truly one of the most unique private collections
Aaron T Stephan: To Borrow, Cut, Copy, and StealImage: Aaron T Stephan (United States, born 1974), Girl with a Pearl Earring – Tangled Process (detail), 6 copper plate etchings on paper, 42 x 58 inches (each). Courtesy of the artist and Samsøn Projects, Boston. © Aaron T Stephan
Portland artist Aaron T. Stephan is known for his take-offs from, and take-downs of, characteristic or ?signature? gestures by artists throughout the American modern and contemporary canon. In his first solo exhibition at the Portland Museum of Art, part of our Circa series of exhibitions featuring contemporary artists, Stephan will present a suite of sculptural installation and recent prints that showcases his witty dialogue with the formalities of the art museum by making mischief
November 6 – December 6, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION ON THURSDAY NOV 6, 6-8PM (RSVP REQUIRED)
Girafe, 108″ x 19½” x 39½” Orangutan, 59″ x 59″ x 27½” Autruche III, 89″ x 18″ x 31″
BERTRAND DELACROIX GALLERY presents BESTIARY, a solo exhibition of new sculptures and drawings by distinguished French artist, QUENTIN GAREL. Bestiary is Garel’s second solo exhibition at BDG. It follows the success of Garel’s US solo debut, Gueule De Bois (May 2013). The new collection will include limited edition bronze sculptures, unique carvings in wood and large charcoal drawings on paper. Garel is internationally renowned for his distinctive bronze animal busts and skulls with perfected patinas that resemble wood and bone.
Garel’s monumental subjects range from the busts of monkeys, fish and giraffes to bird and crocodile skulls. Garel begins each piece by drawing numerous charcoal sketches to plan the piece – these preparatory studies are unique pieces of art that will be included in the exhibition. These meticulously rendered drawings offer an illuminating glimpse into the artist’s method. It is evident that the drawings come from the hands of a talented sculptor; they are almost 3-dimensional in their careful depiction of each angle, movement and gesture. Afterwards, Garel masterfully carves his bold pieces in wood (or sometimes Styrofoam) using a chainsaw, among other tools. Finally, his pieces are cast into bronze at the Bocquel Foundry, France’s leading foundry. The remarkably executed patinas on the finished sculptures truly distinguish Garel’s work; the bronzes appear to be ancient fossils, real wood or bone – often, it is necessary to touch the pieces to distinguish their true mediums.
Born in 1975 in France, the young artist now lives and works in Normandy. Garel has been commissioned for several notable public works, including a series of sculptures in the Public Gardens in Lille and another in the garden of the Tour Carpe Diem in Paris. Since his first solo show in 2002 in Paris, Garel has received several prestigious awards for drawing and sculpting from institutions such as the Salon De Mai in Paris, the Académie des Beaux-Arts and the Salon d’art contemporain de Montrouge. Garel will attend the opening reception on November 6.
For further information, prices and photographic material please contact Elizabeth Thompson at 212-627-4444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.