Hugo Galerie, in conjunction with Stanek Gallery, presents
Chuchoter À Travers La Rivière (Whispers Across The River).
Chuchoter À Travers La Rivière (Whispers Across the River) is a group exhibition of painting and sculpture by Hugo Galerie (NY), in conjunction with Stanek Gallery (PA), on view from June 2 through August 13. The dynamic exhibition aims to integrate contemporary European artists with Philadelphia’s rich history and facilitate a conversation about the importance of uniting culturally to celebrate exceptional art. The show highlights the age-old love affair between America and Europe and the remarkable art that is conceived from the union of the two. The two galleries involved in the show are passionate about highlighting these extraordinary artists and introducing their work to collectors worldwide.
Exhibition runs from June 2 through Augusr 13, 2016 with an opening reception on Friday June 3rd, 5 – 9pm at Stanek Gallery, 242 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
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M Fine Arts Galerie is thrilled to announce the “Inaugural Exhibition” opening with a gala reception on Saturday, May 7th, 2016.
For this premiere show, each of our eighteen exceptional artists created new pieces that will preview here for the first time. Several of the artists will be present to discuss their work.
Styles range from representational to abstraction, surrealism to naif, using unique and varying mediums. Through eclectic subject matter, color, texture and light, each work of art delivers a remarkable experience capable of piquing the interests of the first-time visitor as well as the sophisticated collector.
Come join the revelry, meet the artists and explore each piece’s unique narrative.
A full-color catalog will be available.
Spike Island Open Studios 2016
29 April to 2 May 2016 – Free entry.
Spike Island Open Studios sees artists and creative tenants throw open their doors for you to explore their working environment and learn about what they do. Discover how the Spike Island building (a former tea packing factory) is now home to hundreds of artists, designers and creative businesses.
Taking place over the first May Bank Holiday weekend, Open Studios hosts a full programme of performances, exhibitions, pop-up kitchens, tours, screenings, and more…
Friday 29 April, 6–9pm (party till late)
Saturday 30 April, 11am–5pm
Sunday 1 May, 11am–5pm
Monday 2 May, 11am–5pm
The new bronze edition of the Giant Minotaur has arrived at M Fine Arts Galerie in Boston. You can see more pictures of his arrival on the gallery blog, or if you’re in Boston why not go pay them a visit and see the big fellow in person? You’ll find him situated within the thriving art scene of the SoWa district.
M Fine Arts Galerie
450 Harrison Ave @ 61 Thayler St.
Boston, MA 02118
Beaux Arts Bath will be exhibiting a selection of Beth Carter’s work along with other gallery artists on stand J10 at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea from 10-13 March 2016.
For more information about AAF visit www.affordableartfair.com/battersea/
After six wonderful and successful years exhibiting with Bertrand Delacroix Gallery and Axelle Fine Arts in New York and Boston, I’m sad to have to announce that, following the tragic death of owner Bertrand Delacroix last summer, the galleries have finally had to close. I will always be indebted to Bertrand for his huge support and endless enthusiasm for my work both as a gallerist and as a treasured friend. He was a uniquely wonderful man who will never be forgotten.
New beginnings …
After the closure of BDG and Axelle, I’m really pleased to announce that I’ve now joined the wonderful Georges Bergès Gallery, also based in Soho, New York. The gallery has an ambitious global focus and I’m excited that I will be showing alongside some of their fantastic artists. Watch this space.
I’m also really looking forward to the imminent opening of M Fine Arts Galerie in Boston, a new venture set up by Mitch Plotkin and Madison Maushart formerly of Axelle Boston, who will continue to represent my work alongside the other Axelle artists.
Beaux Arts Bath are showing Beth Carter’s work alongside other gallery artists at London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre in Islington from 20 until 24 January 2016, (stand G19).
For more information please visit www.londonartdair.co.uk or contact the gallery.
Beth Carter will be exhibiting with Bo Lee Gallery as part of The Collective at The Chapel of St. Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, Soho Square, London. The show is a continuation of their ODYSSEY exhibition which concerns journeys in life and death.
Private View 9 October 6-8pm RSVP
Exhibition continues until 24 October
On Thursday 10th September bo.lee gallery will take root in East Dulwich with the launch of bo.lee HQ viewing space. The inaugural show ABDITORY will bring together a selection of new work by gallery and guest artists.
Exhibiting artists: . Wanda Bernardino, Beth Carter, Tessa Farmer, Patrick Haines, Marcelle Hanselaar , Annie Kevans, Rebecca Louise Law, Cathy Lewis, Mackie, Alan Rankle, Rose Robson and Bobbie Russon. For details of any of the works or artists on show please contact the gallery.
Launch night and cocktail reception: Thursday 10 September from 6.30pm – 8.30pm. RSVP to Jemma on firstname.lastname@example.org for full address details.
Viewings at the HQ are by appointment only during September. To arrange a viewing please contact the gallery.
Beth is extremely pleased to announce that her work will be shown this September for the first time at Beaux Arts Bath. The gallery will be exhibiting a substantial number of Beth’s bronze pieces as well as some recent charcoal drawings. Beaux Arts is housed in a beautiful Georgian building near Bath Abbey. Do pay them a visit If you’re in the area.
7 September – 3 October 2015
Beaux Arts 12-13 York St, Bath BA1 1NG, UK
Opening Reception: 5 September, 6 – 8.30 p.m.
Please visit the Beaux Arts Bath website for more information.