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New York Fashion Week SS18 | The Trends

New York Fashion Week SS18 | The Trends

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AFFORDABLE ART FAIR 2017 FALL

“The very first edition of the Affordable Art Fair launched in Battersea Park in October 1999. 10,000 art lovers descended upon the fair to take advantage of the ease of buying, range of choice, and of course, the affordable prices! We now welcome over 220,000 art enthusiasts each year to our fairs globally, where they can fall in love with art. At our fairs, visitors can take their pick from a mix of local, national and international galleries showcasing a wide range of contemporary paintings, original prints, photographs and sculptures, both by established artists and rising stars.”

“We’ve come a long way since 1999 – holding over 230 fairs and spanning over 10 different cities, which today include Amsterdam, Milan, Hong Kong, Hamburg, Brussels, Singapore, and Stockholm. Now, with an extended programme that includes live artist performances, innovative talks and tours, hands-on workshops, live music and irresistible restaurants and bars, the Affordable Art Fair continues to grow and bring art to new audiences around the world: a staggering £299(€367/$408)million worth of art has found loving new homes since our humble beginnings!”

TIME LINE

1:03:25 1.51 ABLE FINE ART NY GALLERY New York, NY
0:21:54 1.13 AGORA GALLERY New York, NY
0:06:34 1.4 ALIDA ANDERSON ART PROJECTS Washington, DC
0:31:58 1.23 APERTURE CONTEMPORARY Paris, France Singapore
0:34:47 1.26 ART ANGLER New York, NY
0:47:09 1.37 ARTERED GALLERY Barcelona Spain
0:37:50 1.28 ARTERIA GALLERY Bromont Canada
0:28:48 1.20 ARTMIX Brooklyn, NY
1:02:30 1.50 ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE Los Angeles, CA
0:45:15 1.35 ASTERISK Brooklyn, NY
0:14:20 1.9 AXION CONTEMPORARY Santa Monica, CA
0:56:38 1.44 BRUCE LURIE GALLERY Los Angeles, CA
0:42:50 1.33 CARINA HASLAM ART Amsterdam UK
0:52:22 1.41 CONNECT CONTEMPORARY Atlanta, GA
0:11:35 1.7 CUBE GALLERY London UK
1:04:38 1.52 DECORAZONgallery Dallas, TX London, UK
0:59:03 1.46 DURAN MASHAAL Montreal Canada
0:25:38 1.17 ELISA CONTEMPORARY ART Riverdale, NY
0:10:50 1.6 EMMANUEL FREMIN New York, NY
0:55:24 1.43 ENVIE D’ART GALLERY Paris France
0:53:51 1.42 GALERIE BARROW PLANQUART Paris France
0:40:40 1.31 GALERIE JULIANE HUNDERTMARK Berlin Germany
0:30:08 1.21 HAVOC GALLERY Burlington, VT
0:33:02 1.24 JCAMEJO ART LIC, NY Miami, FL
0:57:55 1.45 LILAC GALLERY New York, NY
0:20:21 1.12 LUSTRE CONTEMPORARY Toronto Canada
0:13:41 1.8 MANIFOLD EDITIONS London UK
0:46:20 1.36 MOOKJI ART COLLABORATION Shanghai China
0:39:05 1.29 ONE CHURCH STREET GALLERY London UK
0:23:32 1.15 PAINTBOX AUSTRALIA Canberra Australia
1:00:58 1.48 PALMA ARTE Piacenza Italy
0:41:53 1.32 QUANTUM CONT ART London UK
0:03:51 1.3 RETROSPECT GALLERIES Byron Bay Australia
0:09:28 1.5 RHG NYC New York London
0:49:32 1.38 SORAYA CARTATEGUI FA New York, NY Madrid, Spain
0:02:49 1.2 SPACE776 Brooklyn, NY
0:24:22 1.16 SPENCE GALLERY Toronto Canada
0:39:39 1.30 STUDI PARADISE Dubai, UAE New Delhi, India
0:31:05 1.22 STUDIO AMBRE ITALIA Padua Italy
0:22:42 1.14 SUGARLIFT New York, NY
0:18:04 1.11 TAG FINE ARTS London UK
0:35:39 1.27 THE LAWLEY ART GROUP Dallas, TX
0:01:21 1.1 THE PUBLIC HOUSE OF ART Amsterdam Netherlands
0:34:09 1.25 TURNER BARNES GALLERY Chelmsford, UK Durban, SA
0:00:51 1.0 UGALLERY San Francisco. CA
0:59:48 1.47 UPRISE ART New York, NY
0:43:41 1.34 VAN RENSBURG GALLERIES Chai Wan Hong Kong
0:27:47 1.19 VIETNAMESE CONT FA New York, NY
0:15:23 1.10 VILLA DEL ARTE GALLERIES Amsterdam Barcelona
0:26:31 1.18 VK GALLERY Amsterdam Netherlands
0:51:21 1.40 WOOK + LATTUADA GALLERY New York, NY Milan, Italy
0:50:26 1.39 ZK GALLERY San Francisco, CA

BERRY CAMPBELL – Judith Godwin (Art Gallery)

Video Link: https://youtu.be/VTH2fnU-Dgs
Artist: Judith Godwin
Exhibition Title: Solo Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: Jan 5 – Feb4, 2017
Gallery Link: http://berrycampbell.com/exhibition/6…

 

For Judith Godwin, painting “is an act of freedom and a realization that images generated by the female experience can be a powerful and creative expression for all humanity.”[1] From 1950, when she first exhibited her work, to the present, Godwin has held to her convictions, using a language of abstract form to respond with unbowed directness and passion to life and nature. Her aim throughout her career has been to “emphasize what is important by painting the image of my feelings on canvas—to accept my feelings honestly, and not [to] falsify.”[2] Through her studies with Hans Hofmann, her long association with Martha Graham and Graham’s expressive dance movements, her participation in the early burgeoning of Abstract Expressionism, and her love for Zen Buddhism and gardening, Godwin has forged a personal and unique career path.

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