Advertise With Us

ArtfixDaily NewsFeed - Press Releases from the Art World    Fi-14x14

Latest Press Releases

page 183 of 377

Calendar on AsiaWeekGuide.com

September Asia Week Events At-A-Glance on Asia Week Guide.com

Released: September 9, 2012

New York City.  With New York's Fall Asia Week kicking off on Sunday, September 9 and running through Friday, September 14, collectors and visitors will find the complete schedule of Asian art auctions, exhibitions and events on AsiaWeekGuide.com.  AsiaWeekGuide.com is the independent, inclusionary one-stop resource to the week's myriad events.  A daily calendar can be found on the Events page of AsiaWeekGuide.com. Articles on the art and design of Asia,  museum exhibitions and items of interest are on the homepage. Suggested activities include trips to the New York C...


Enduring Beauty

Artspace Warehouse to Celebrate ENDURING BEAUTY

Released: September 8, 2012

New art exhibition Enduring Beauty opens September 15, 2012 with an artist reception from 6-9pm at Artspace Warehouse examining beauty in life, freedom, perceived beauty vs. iconic beauty and mystery.  The show includes new works from Jessika Cardinahl, Courtney Raney and Bernhard Zimmer.   Artist Jessika Cardinahl was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany, where she is highly considered as an established German film actress.  Due to the great successes of two of Germany's highest grossing, commercially released comedic films:  "OTTO, DER FILM", and OTTO, D...


Andy Warhol, "Blue Jackie," 1964.  Acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen, approx.  20 x 16 in.

Waterhouse & Dodd celebrates 25 years with new location on Madison Avenue

Released: September 7, 2012

Waterhouse & Dodd New York is proud to present the gallery's 25th Anniversary Exhibition at our new Madison Avenue space, which will be dedicated to artists from the Post-War and Contemporary art eras. For our inaugural exhibition, the gallery will highlight important paintings, sculpture and works on paper by world-renowned artists including Alexander Calder, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Allan D'Arcangelo, Jim Dine, Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol and Tom Wesselmann. Works featured include an iconic portrait of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis by Andy Warhol, titled "Blue ...


Lichenstein vs.  Lichtenstein Portrait," Alex G.  Cao, 2011, Chromogenic print, CenterSpace Gallery NYC

AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design Show at the Park Avenue Armory to Highlight Impressive Selection of Fine Arts for Fall 2012

Released: September 7, 2012

The Fall 2012 AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design Show at the Park Avenue Armory (September 20-24) has enlisted over 60 top dealers from across the globe to showcase a diverse range of world-class art, antiques and jewelry. In addition to the finest quality furniture and decorative arts, this year's spectacular event also places a strong emphasis on important European, American and Asian fine arts. With the first major showing and best inventory of fine art for the fall fair season, the AVENUE show offers visitors a comprehensive and versatile selection of genres, eras, and forms all ...


Jasper Cropsey Oil on Canvas

Another Cropsey Discovered in New York

Released: September 7, 2012

A fresh to market oil by Hudson River School artist Jasper Cropsey was recently authenticated by the Newington-Cropsey Foundation with the help of Clarke’s Fine Art Specialist, Nelia Moore, and will be put up for auction at Clarke’s Larchmont, NY, location on September 10th, 2012. The Cropsey oil had been kept away in a private collection since the mid 1960’s and was unavailable to the market until now. The emergence of this newly discovered Cropsey comes a little more than a year after a Clarke Auction consigner brought in two unknown paintings, which were later verified as original Cr...


Pretty love

Art People Gallery Presents Internationally Acclaimed Artist Nasrin Barekat

Released: September 4, 2012

Art People Gallery, a premier San Francisco art gallery, presents the latest works of internationally acclaimed artist Nasrin Barekat. Born in 1967, Persian artist Nasrin Barekat graduated from the Iranian Academic Center for Education, Culture & Research (ACECR) with a double degree in painting and photography. Famed painter Karim Nasr, her teacher and mentor with whom she studied for six years, says about her: “When Nasrin first came to my painting class, she was only keen on painting. After a short period, I found her clever, perspicacious and competent… Now here she is: kno...

Categories: Asian art
Read more

Illustrated Catalog of the Remarkable Collection of the Imperial Prince Kung of China.  New York:1913, Estimate: $4,000-6,000

CHRISTIE’S FALL ASIAN ART WEEK TO FEATURE A COLLECTION OF ASIAN ART REFERENCE BOOKS INCLUDING SELECTIONS FROM THE C.T. LOO LIBRARY

Released: September 6, 2012

On September 13, Christie’s is pleased to present In Pursuit of Knowledge: A Collection of Asian Art Reference Books including selections from the C.T. Loo Library. Comprising more than 120 books, periodicals, and catalogues, this sale presents a unique opportunity to acquire rare and important reference materials that are valuable tools for the study of Asian art and trace the history of collecting in the 20th century. With a focus on Chinese materials, the sale includes selections from private American libraries and is anchored by the working library of C.T. Loo.  Estimates rang...

Categories: Asian art
Read more

Nakamura Takuo (b.  1945) Ash-glazed stoneware vase on thin slab.  3.5 x 13.8 x 2.4; .5 x 21.3 x 5.5”

A 35TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION - REVISITING RIMPA: DESIGN, FUNCTION, AND THE ART OF NAKAMURA TAKUO

Released: September 5, 2012

    This autumn marks the thirty-fifth year Joan B Mirviss LTD has been a leader in the field of Japanese fine art.  In celebration of this momentous occasion, we are pleased to present the first of several remarkable exhibitions. This September, Joan B Mirviss LTD will present the first US solo exhibition of ceramic sculpture by Nakamura Takuo. Revisiting Rimpa – Design, Function, and the Art of Nakamura Takuo will include freestanding sculptural and functional vessels that incorporate the uniquely Japanese painting aesthetic known as rimpa.  Alongside two oth...


Tomás Saraceno, Vik Muniz and Don Byron are among MIT’s eight visiting artists.

Tomás Saraceno is Inaugural Visiting Artist in newly established MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology

Released: September 6, 2012

  Tomás Saraceno, the artist acclaimed for his utopian Cloud City,  a navigable, multi-level structure of interconnected modules currently installed on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum in New York, has been selected as the inaugural visiting artist for the newly established MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST).    As a visionary at the cross-section of scientific and humanistic disciplines, Saraceno arrives at MIT in November to advance new work for the ongoing Cloud Cities series. An artist trained as an architect, Saraceno deploys theoretical fra...


 L to R: Kim Martindale, Scott Diament & Rob Samuels

Kim Martindale Partners with the Palm Beach Show Group in the LA Art Show

Released: September 5, 2012

Kim Martindale, the 17-year general manager of the LA Art Show has formed a partnership with the Palm Beach Show Group, which recently purchased the long-running show from the Fine Art Dealers Association. “I’m thrilled with how much the LA Art Show has grown over the years.  I wanted to expand the show within the LA marketplace and knew there was potential for it to become one of the most important art events in the world,” states Martindale.  “We had reached a ceiling for growth operating under a non-profit model. With this new ownership team we can take the show to the high...