Step Into the Online Viewing Rooms for Intersect Aspen

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  • July 21, 2020

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Stephen Wilkes, Grizzly Bears Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada, Day to Night, 2018. Courtesy of Robert Klein Gallery, Boston.

Intersect Art and Design (formerly Art Aspen) is the new name of the reenvisioned art fair. It will be an online-only event in 2020 due to COVID-19, and will resume its physical presence in Aspen in 2021. The online viewing room will include 110 exhibitors from 28 countries, and will be live from July 22-26, 2020 at www.art-aspen.com.

Becca Hoffman, Managing Director of Intersect Art and Design says, “Our debut edition of Intersect Aspen has a totally fresh approach and will present a dynamic selection of artworks from a broad and globally engaged list of participants.”

Ali Maimoun, Untitled (2019), Mixed Media and Sawdust on Wood Panel, 134 x 162 cm, Courtesy of Galerie SINIYA28

As part of Intersect Aspen, One Thing will provide exclusive content from exhibitors, focusing on a single artist or artwork each day from Wednesday, July 22 through Sunday, July 26, 2020. Each day will have a specific focus: One Thing to celebrate, One Thing to be thankful for, One Thing to fight for, One Thing to love, and One Thing to look forward to. At the end of each day, a silent auction of featured artwork will raise money for local and regional Cultural Partners.

The Cultural Partners of One Thing include The Art Base, Aspen Film, Carbondale Arts, The Center for African American Health, and Valley Settlement.

Additionally, critic and curator Paul Laster (Time Out New York, Galerie, Art & Object, Sculpture, Harper's Bazaar Arabia, Cultured, and ArtAsiaPacific) will present Five Artists, Five Mediums, Five Days – A Curated Selection for One Thing, an online exhibition featuring drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, and film/video, accompanied by a series of online talks.

Explains Laster, “Inspired by the Aspen art community’s history of exhibiting art from diverse points of view in a variety of media, the curated exhibition for One Thing presents work by emerging and established artists who draw from the past, are conscious of our present moment, and give hope for the future.”

MEL DOUGLAS, BORDERLINE, 2017, kiln formed and cold-worked glass, 35 x 35 x ½ in. Courtesy Heller Gallery, NY.

The artists in the exhibition include Ramiro Gomez (P·P·O·W, New York), who offers a powerful painting that addresses issues of immigration and the “invisible” workforce that cares for other peoples' homes and children; Ilana Harris-Babou (Hesse Flatow, New York), screening two ironic videos that confront the contradictions of the American Dream through the aspirational language of consumer culture; Alex Anderson (Gavlak, Los Angeles and Palm Beach), showing three ceramic sculptures that poetically reference the black experience using aesthetic styles historically related to Western imperial power; Nicola Tyson (Petzel, New York), displaying four psychologically engaging figurative drawings of plants, animals, and people created in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic; and Hassan Hajjaj (Yossi Milo Gallery, New York), who presents five lively photographs that merge Western pop cultural influences with traditional Islamic aesthetics. These works will be for sale through the lending galleries.

Exhibitors participating in Intersect Aspen include the following 105 galleries, from 27 different countries:

Gallery 1957 (Accra, GHANA)
856G Gallery (Mandue City, Cebu, PHILIPPINES)
Gallery 9 (Sydney, AUSTRALIA)
ABXY (New York, New York, USA)
Afikaris (Paris, FRANCE)
albertz benda (New York, New York, USA)
Albion Barn (Oxford, UK)
ALMANAQUE fotográfica (Mexico City, MEXICO)
Aspan Gallery (Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN)
Edel Assanti (London, UK)
Athr Gallery (Jeddah, SAUDI ARABIA)
Axiom Contemporary (Santa Monica, California, USA)
Saleh Barakat Gallery and Agial Art Gallery (Beirut, LEBANON)
James Barron Art (Kent, Connecticut, USA)
BEERS London (London, UK)
Bendana | Pinel Art Contemporain (Paris, FRANCE)
BERG Contemporary (Reykjavik, ICELAND)
bitforms gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Marianne Boesky Gallery (Aspen, Colorado, and New York, New York, USA)
BILL BRADY GALLERY (Miami, Florida, USA)
The Breeder (Athens, GREECE)
Casterline|Goodman Gallery (Aspen, Colorado, USA)
Cha Cha Gallery (Aspen, Colorado, USA)
Chambers Fine Art (Beijing, CHINA and New York, New York, USA)
Erin Cluley Gallery (Dallas, Texas, USA)
Paula Cooper Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (San Francisco, California, USA)
Denny Dimin Gallery (New York, New York, USA and Hong Kong, CHINA)
Emerson Dorsch (Miami, Florida, USA)
ETHER Arts Project (Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA)
Eugster || Belgrade (Belgrade, SERBIA)
Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde (Dubai, UAE)
Wadi Finan Art Gallery (Amman, JORDAN)
Fredericks & Freiser (New York, New York, USA)
Fridman Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Friedman Benda (New York, New York, USA)
Galeria Hilario Galguera (Mexico City, MEXICO)
Asya Geisberg Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Thierry Goldberg Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Taymour Grahne Projects (London, UK)
The Green Gallery (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
GRIMM (Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS, and New York, New York, USA)
Kavi Gupta (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Hackett Mill (San Francisco, California, USA)
Hafez Gallery (Jeddah, SAUDI ARABIA)
Marion Harris (New York, New York, USA)
Hashimoto Contemporary (San Francisco, California, and New York, New York, USA)
Heller Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Hilton Asmus Contemporary (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Hirschl & Adler Modern (New York, New York, USA)
Nancy Hoffman Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Sean Horton (presents) (New York, New York, USA)
Galeria Karen Huber (Mexico City, MEXICO)
Susan Inglett Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Inman Gallery (Houston, Texas, USA)
Galerie Michael Janssen (Berlin, GERMANY)
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California, USA)
K Contemporary (Denver, Colorado, USA)
Kahn Gallery (London, UK)
Galerie Meyer Kainer (Vienna, AUSTRIA)
Monica King Contemporary (New York, New York, USA)
David Klein Gallery (Detroit and Birmingham, Michigan, USA)
Robert Klein Gallery (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Ann Korologos Gallery (Basalt, Colorado, USA)
Krakow Witkin Gallery (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Kravets Wehby Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong and Shanghai, CHINA)
Richard Levy Gallery (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA)
Galerie Ron Mandos (Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS)
Galleria Umberto Di Marino (Naples, ITALY)
Marloe Gallery (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Galerie Maximillian (Aspen, Colorado, USA)
Monique Meloche Gallery (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Todd Merrill Studio (New York and Southampton, New York, USA)
Mixografia (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Nilufar Gallery (Milan, ITALY)
OOA Gallery (Out of Africa Gallery) (Barcelona, SPAIN)
OLSEN GRUIN (New York, New York, USA and Sydney, AUSTRALIA)
Priska Pasquer (Cologne, GERMANY)
Páramo (Guadalajara, MEXICO)
Harvey Preston Gallery (Aspen, Colorado, USA)
Persons Projects (Berlin, GERMANY)
Duane Reed Gallery (St. Louis, Missouri, USA)
The Rooster Gallery (Vilnius, LITHUANIA)
Sage Culture (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Richard Saltoun (London, UK)
Sargent’s Daughters (New York, New York, USA)
William Shearburn Gallery (St. Louis, Missouri, USA)
SHRINE (New York, New York, USA)
Galerie SINIYA28 (Marrakech, MOROCCO)
Skye Gallery Aspen (Aspen, Colorado, USA)
Philip Slein Gallery (St. Louis, Missouri, USA)
SOCO Gallery (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA)
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Southern Guild (Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA)
Sorry We're Closed (Brussels, BELGIUM)
MARC STRAUS (New York, New York, USA)
Cristin Tierney Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Traver Gallery (Seattle, Washington, USA)
V1 Gallery and Eighteen (Copenhagen, DENMARK)
VICTORI + MO (New York, New York, USA)
Galerie Anne de Villepoix (Paris, FRANCE)
Vin Vin (Vienna, AUSTRIA)
Lyons Wier Gallery (New York, New York, USA)
Western Exhibitions (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Elijah Wheat Showroom (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Timothy Yarger Fine Art (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Espace Meyer Zafra (Paris, FRANCE)
Zetterberg Gallery (Helsinki, FINLAND)


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