FIBER ARTS VIII
Jul
28
to Sep 3

FIBER ARTS VIII

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FIBER ART VIII International Biennial Fiber Arts Exhibition in collaboration with SURFACE DESIGN ASSOCIATION
Jurors Wendy LuggJason Pollen and Eszter Bornemisza                           

International Biennial Exhibition.  This signature biennial exhibition, in collaboration with Surface Design Association, invites national and international artists to submit innovative and traditional fiber art work, contemporary concepts using either traditional or unusual materials.  Accepting both two and three dimensional pieces, including wearable and large installation art.

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Wallspace LA
Jul
15
to Aug 30

Wallspace LA

we are a vibrant los angeles art gallery exhibiting abstract, contemporary, & street art from over 50 emerging and established artists. if you want to build your collection with affordable, unique artwork, we can offer a wide range of pieces from urban, street and pop to some stunning abstract works. 

gallery hours

monday- thursday 11am - 6pm
friday & saturday 11am - 8pm
sunday 11am - 5pm
and by appointment 

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GEOFORM
Jul
13
to Aug 19

GEOFORM

FRESH! ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW "GEOFORM"

Celebrating abstract art that is based on the use of geometric forms, sometimes seen as a non-illusionistic space and combined into non-objective (non-representational) compositions, the exhibition GEOFORM explores the genre of contemporary non-objective abstraction, created using a variety of mediums. The exhibition will showcase a mix of JanKossen representative artists, and new emerging artists who are invited to send in their proposals. GEOFORM is held in collaboration with the gallery's project space "ARTE PONTE". More information is found in "About" page.

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DEPARTURE THEORY
Jun
17
to Jul 30

DEPARTURE THEORY

Opening Reception | Saturday, June 17, 2017 | 7-10p | RSVP

This multidisciplinary collection of abstract work features 22 artists hailing from the United States to Australia, each selected for their deliberate deviation from representational art. These artist’s theoretical compositions though dissimilar, reflect the social, emotional and intellectual preoccupations in all areas of modern culture.

An ambitious and unexpected exhibit, DEPARTURE THEORY is a diverse medley of contemporary abstracts, including a large scale hanging installation, geometric sculpture and conceptual art. Not confounded by generic limits, the visual comprehension of each piece in this exhibition introduces a sense of infinite possibility in highly controlled compositions.

Curated by Yessíca Torres
Dab Art
805 626 8876 | info@dabart.me
www.DabArt.me

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That Blitz Mentality
Apr
22
to Apr 29

That Blitz Mentality

UAL Alumni show celebrating BritWeek at Wallspace Gallery

Reception Saturday 22nd 7-9pm

Exhibit on show through Saturday April 29th

Tonight, Saturday 7-9pm

"That Blitz Mentality"

UAL Alumni Group Show

Artist Reception Saturday April 22nd 2017

Exhibition on view through April 30th

607 North La Brea, Los Angeles, CA 90036

tel: 323 930 0471 www.wallspacela.com

University of London Arts Alumni and Wallspace are pleased to announce the third annual group show titled 'That Blitz Mentality'.

Originally part of Brit Week, Los Angeles, the show, which will run from April 22nd -April 30th , 2017, is a unique offering from UAL alumni - transplants from England and Europe who work in diverse fields, including the fashion and textile industries, contemporary art, film and animation, photography, product and graphic design and have made Los Angeles their home.

The University of the Arts (UAL) is Europe's largest and best known provider of arts education, formed from a conglomerate of internationally renowned art schools such as Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, and the London College of Fashion. 

Owned and curated by fellow expat Valda Lake, Wallspace is a dynamic gallery that presents art in an unconventional setting with the goal of creating a floor-to-ceiling visceral experience. The gallery represents over 50 emerging and more established LA-based contemporary abstract artists. Valda is excited to be co-producing The Blitz Mentality and to host the alumni working in such a variety of interesting fields.

Please RSVP to art@wallspacela.com

 

 Blair Martin Cahill, "The Terminal", embroidery

 

  

 

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Scope International Contemporary Art Show
Nov
29
to Dec 4

Scope International Contemporary Art Show

With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows garner extensive critical acclaim and over 500 million annual impressions across print, digital and television. With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world.

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(SOFA) Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design
Nov
3
to Nov 6

(SOFA) Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design

about SOFA

The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago is the premier gallery-presented art fair dedicated to three-dimensional art and design. On par with Art Basel and TEFAF Maastricht, SOFA is produced by Urban Expositions, a Clarion Events company.

Critically acclaimed and continuously running since 1994, what distinguishes SOFA from other top art events is its focus on three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art and design.  SOFA is noted for its exceptional presentation, with an elite selection of international dealers presenting for sale one-of-a-kind masterworks in handsome, custom-designed gallery exhibits.

SOFA is held annually in the fall at Chicago's major destination, Navy Pier, with an average of 80 dealers and 35,000 people attending. Sales at the fair are estimated at 15-20 million dollars per show.

With a strong educational emphasis, SOFA CHICAGO includes an acclaimed lecture series and special exhibits exploring the artworks on view and surveying new trends in the art world.  A VIP program includes exclusive events tailored to high-profile gallery clients and collector/museum groups.

SOFA has evolved into a dynamic international marketplace and community – a confluence of perspectives where art, design and people intersect.

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26th International Sculpture Conference
Oct
15
to Oct 18

26th International Sculpture Conference

Inspired by industry and innovation in Pittsburgh, the 26th International Sculpture Conference – Sculpture in Context: Tradition and Innovation will explore how contemporary sculpture can effect cultural reinvention. From October 15-18, 2016, the 26th International Sculpture Conference will bring together artists, arts administrators, curators, patrons, students, and sculpture enthusiasts for exciting programming on contemporary sculpture. 

The Complex Art of Making:  
The Role of Technology in the Artist’s Studio

Moderator: Kari Britta Lorenson
Panelists: 
Blair Cahill, McArthur Freeman II, DeWitt Godfrey, Sophie Kahn

This panel will discuss how digital fabrication technology is an integrated
process in the artists’ studio for production of art, project proposal
visualizations and as a tool for exploring new forms.
Whether it is for working through ideas quickly and efficiently for cost saving
experimentation before large production or creating stunning images or 3D
renderings of proposed artworks for new venues for the work such as public
art opportunities, technology has an ever increasing role in the studio.
Panelists will share perspectives and strategies that play integrated roles
in their ideas about art and professional practices.  

Blair Martin Cahill
Panel: The Complex Art of Making: The Role of Today's Technology in the Artist's Studio

As a traditionally trained artist, Blair Martin Cahill is extremely interested in the new dynamic of art and uses an amazing array of modern tools in conjunction with long established techniques. By combining traditional methods of foundry casting and textile production with cutting edge technology, Cahill finds infinite opportunities for producing completely unique and truly contemporary fine art. Cahill's new work encapsulates the traditional with the modern and juxtaposes dissimilar materials, such as steel and silk. Cahill obtained her BFA from California Institute of the Arts and then attended the University of Arts London, Chelsea for her MA in Fine Art. This further established her individual style of combining elements of color and light. In addition to studying at the Art Center College of Design, she was awarded the Digital Fabrication Residency which facilitated exploration of the boundaries of sculpture, tradition and technology. Cahill has lectured at the Collage Artists of America and her work is held in private collections internationally. 

 

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Governors Island Art Fair
Sep
3
to Sep 25

Governors Island Art Fair

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Indulge your curiosity – explore the abandoned military barracks of Governors Island Art Fair, 100 singular rooms of painting, photography, sculpture, installation, video, and sound art. Run by artists, for artists, New York’s largest independent exhibition enters its 9th year this fall. Once again GIAF organizers, 4heads, have sifted through a sea of creative proposals from New York and around the world, giving 100 of the best a full room each, in which to wreak havoc as they see fit. And outside on the grass; large-scale sculpture, food, drink, music and more. Can’t wait until September?  4heads’ Artists in Residence keep their studio doors open on weekends, this summer on the island. Get your culture fix on Governors Island – there’s enough art here to start a new country.

Governors Island Art Fair is organized by 4heads, a New York City nonprofit organization created by artists for artists. Their goals are to foster community by offering space for artists, to provide arts-education for the underserved, and to expose hidden culture.  4heads supports a collaborative DIY spirit while catalyzing dialogue between artists and people from all walks of life.

GIAF takes place at Colonel’s Row on Governors Island. Admission is free. Catalogues are available for purchase for $20. Hours are 11am – 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays, September 3 – 25, 2016. Governors Island is accessible by an 8-minute ferry ride from the Battery Maritime Building (10 South Street) in Lower Manhattan or a 3-minute ferry ride from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 (at the end of Atlantic Avenue, at Columbia Street) in Brooklyn. The ferry ride costs $2 after 12 noon.

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Art Comes Alive
Jul
23
to Aug 26

Art Comes Alive

ADC, Art Design Consultants, Inc. proudly sponsors ART COMES ALIVE (ACA), an annual fine art contest & exhibitthat awards the brightest and best artists working in North America, in a variety of categories. It is a great opportunity for artists to be acknowledged for their talents, gain exposure and win purchase awards and gallery contracts.

For twenty years, ADC has been dedicated to showcasing and selling the best local and regional artists works. These artists have been placed in some of the most prestigious corporate and private collections in the country.

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Figuratively Speaking
Jun
25
to Jul 24

Figuratively Speaking

Opening Reception | Saturday, June 25, 2016 | 7-10PM | RSVP

Dab Art is pleased to present FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING, an exhibition of figurative artwork at The HUD Gallery. Inspired by the classical theme that remains of persistent interest to contemporary artists, this exhibit explores figures in multiple genres and contexts. 

Featuring monumental nudes by Ghislaine Fremaux, mixed media infused with a sense of loss, a stoic gratitude and a poetic depiction of time's passage. Rollence Patugan’s black and white photo series woMEN, investigates the emotional and philosophical relationship of the visual and physical conventions of the female/male identity. While his meticulous and virtuosic technique is indebted to the history of classical painting, Donald Rizzo’s images themselves engage startlingly contemporary ideas about the representation of the human form and psyche. 

The unconventional and schematic use of LEGO’s by Andy Bauch reveals an attitude that draws equivocally from the genre of history painting and pop culture. Perhaps the most expressionistic piece we have ever exhibited is the interactive installation Will you wear my body? by Maria DiFranco. This immense and boldly graphic piece is the culmination of experience and research on what it means to be a woman with cancer. 

Blair Cahill stands alone from the contrasting brushwork; her embroidery and mixed media works are brimming with the intensity of human presence and signifies a persistent fascination with the tension between bold painterly gesture and figurative content.

For Davia King, the practice of drawing, like painting, is a subject in it’s self. Her drawings are thus the opposite of pure sensation, seeming to be impulsive while in fact they are highly constructed. It is in this formal paradox that the depth of content resides. Colette Standish seems to disregard the classical polarities of abstraction and representation, surface and frame. Assertive gestures, a lush palette, and the dynamic interchange of light and dark are all traits of a distinctive style in her Abstracting The Figure series. 

While there is not one style that encapsulates all of the works, incorporated in
FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING are the influences of the masters of Matisse, Picasso, and Modigliani. However, most evident in all of the works in this exhibit is an archetypal portrait type, more specifically an idealized human figure.

Artists on Exhibit: Blair Cahill + Maria DiFranco + Donald Rizzo + Rollence Patugan + Ghislaine Fremaux + Andy Bauch + Colette Standish + Davia King

Blair Cahill obtained her BFA from California Institute of the Arts and then attended the University of Arts London, Chelsea for her MA in Fine Art. Recent exhibitions include; “5x5x5”, Hammond Hall Gallery, Jacksonville, AL (2016), “96% Percent Visible”, Menier Gallery, London, United Kingdom (2016), BWAC Juried Show, Brooklyn, NY (2016).

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5 X 5 X 5
May
26
to Jun 24

5 X 5 X 5

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5x5x5 Is a chance for artist of all concentrations to challenge themselves to push the limits of their creativity with the only limits of 5 inches by 5 inches.

5x5x5 Jacksonville State University Mini-Works
Hammond Hall Gallery
Jacksonville State University
700 Pelham Road North
Jacksonville, AL 36265

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High Design + Fine Art
May
25
to Jul 8

High Design + Fine Art

APG and Art Design Consultants invite you for a Happy Hour at ADC's "Gallery in the Sky"  for an evening of artwork from New York to LA, high design, inspiration and networking.

Wed May 25 - July 8 

310 Culvert St. 

5th Floor

Cincinnati, OH 45202

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96% Percent Visible
May
24
to May 28

96% Percent Visible

 

96% Visible

 

96% Visible brings together a rich variety of artwork from a group of 11 artists who have been exhibiting together for six years. Working together over a number of years has meant the artists have come to have an in-depth knowledge of each-others work and this familiarity has enabled them to create a collection of works that both compliment, and enhance each-others. The group continue to exhibit together as they share a desire to express themselves through their work; to respond creatively to what they see around them.

Included in the exhibition is work that combines lo-fi materials, such as brass, lead and bronze with paper and wax. A study of our enduring fascination and the continuing relevance of myths and traditional tales. A colourful display of delicate embroidery on silk suspended in a folding frame of polished metal. Work that focuses on the distant past and the fragmented memories that are embedded within individual thoughts and feelings. And a reflection on British cultural identity in response to the state of flux of those communities. 

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Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
May
7
to Jun 7

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition

We are excited to announce our seventh annual national juried art show, Wide Open 7, opening May 7, 2016. And again this year, we are privileged to have another of NY’s art elite as our juror, The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s, Beth Saunders, Curatorial Assistant. With her guidance and selections, we look forward to another spectacular show.

 

VISIT

Directions /  Address

The BWAC exhibition space is located at 499 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, 11231, in the pre-Civil War warehouse overlooking the Statue of Liberty.The gallery is open weekends only, 2-6PM, during the time of our scheduled art shows.EMAIL: bwacinfo@aol.com

MAIL:BWAC c/o OHM
76 Degraw St.
Brooklyn, NY
11231

PHONE:  (718) 596-2506/7

By Train: The B61 (G and F train to Smith/9th) and the B57 & B61 (A and F train to Jay Street) buses go to Van Brunt & Beard stop.

By Ferry: NY Water Taxi Free IKEA ferry from Wall St Pier 11.

By Car from the Brooklyn Bridge: Brooklyn Bridge becomes Adams Street. Make a right on to Atlantic Avenue, left on to Columbia Street, right on to DeGraw. Left on to Van Brunt and continue on Van Brunt to end.

By Car from Brooklyn: Northwest on Hamilton Avenue and make a left on to Van Brunt. Continue on Van Brunt to end

 

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Britweek
Apr
19
to May 1

Britweek

The LONDON TRANSPLANTS 2016 art exhibition runs April 19 - May 1

https://londonmultimedianews.com/2016/04/18/brit-week-in-los-angeles/

Join us on April 23rd at 7pm for this fabulous art exhibition opening at Wallspace LA gallery.  Open to the public - RSVP/registration required - click here

LONDON TRANSPLANTS: A unique offering from University of the Arts London (UAL) alumni from England and Europe who have made Los Angeles their home and working in fashion and textile industries, contemporary art, film and animation, photography, product and graphic design.

UAL is Europe’s largest and best known provider of arts education, formed from a conglomerate of internationally renowned art schools including Central Saint Martins, Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Fashion, and London College of Communication.

Join us for this one-of-a-kind exhibition!

 

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Art Expo New York
Apr
14
to Apr 17

Art Expo New York

GENERAL ADMISSION

Thursday April 14th (VIP Opening Night Preview Party, 4PM–7PM — Open to all attendees)
Friday April 15th – Sunday April 17th

  • • Multi-Day Pass: $40.00 each. Valid for entire event: Thursday’s VIP Opening Preview Party and Friday through Sunday.
  • • General Admission: $20.00 each. Valid for one admission: Thursday’s VIP Opening Preview Party, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
  • • Senior Admission (ages 60+): $15.00 each. Valid for one admission: Thursday’s VIP Opening Preview Party, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
  • • Student Admission (Middle & High School/College—ID Required): $15.00 each. Valid for one admission: Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

Children aged 12 and under get in FREE. For groups of more than 12, a group rate of $15.00 per person is available.

Please Note: Above tickets include VIP Opening Preview Party but DO NOT include TRADE DAY Hours on Thursday, April 14, 12PM–4PM.

If you have any questions regarding tickets please contact us at info@redwoodmg.com.

 

 

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The Big Show
Mar
21
to May 31

The Big Show

Bigger is better.

Large artwork provides an awe factor that smaller sized pieces cannot, prompting a unique viewing interaction. Through their size we can visually and sometimes physically immerse ourselves into a piece. We want to see art that impacts us both through it's size and technique!

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Sphere 30:

Rich blues, greens and silvers permeate delicate silk suspended within a dissected sphere of stainless steel.  
Suspended over a highly polished base of metal, the sphere appears to glow from within.  
The center rings are some of the largest embroidered areas to ever to have been produced.

As a traditionally trained artist Blair Martin Cahill is extremely interested in the new dynamic of art and uses an amazing array of modern tools in conjunction with long established techniques.
By combining traditional methods of textile production with cutting edge technology, Cahill finds infinite opportunities for producing completely unique and truly contemporary fine art.

Cahill obtained her BFA from California Institute of the Arts and then attended the University of Arts London, Chelsea for her MA in Fine Art.  This further established her individual style of combining elements of color and light.  In addition to studying at Art Center College of Design she was awarded the Digital Fabrication Residency which facilitated exploration of the boundaries of sculpture, tradition and technology. 
Cahill has lectured at the Collage Artists of America and her work is held in private collections internationally. 

 

Linus Galleries, 545 S. Raymond, Pasadena 91105, 2699 E. 28th Street, 

Long Beach, Signal Hill, CA 90755

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Linus Galleries
Mar
1
to Apr 30

Linus Galleries

Linus Galleries

ACCEPTED ARTISTS FROM OUR CALL FOR ENTRIES

Art Gallery Los Angeles Artists

SELECTED ARTISTS FROM OUR CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS.

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I always say 'te amo'”
Known for her colorful outfits and fruit-bedecked headgear, Carmen Miranda was one of the first ambassadors of Latin American popular music and the precursor of Brazil's Tropicalismo cultural movement. 
But her success in the U.S. didn't translate back home, where she was rejected for being a sellout.  This wounded Carmen deeply and for the rest of her life she remained tied to both American and Latin Culture.
The stitching style on this portrait represents this cross- cultural link.

As a traditionally trained artist Blair Martin Cahill is extremely interested in the new dynamic of art and uses an amazing array of modern tools in conjunction with long established techniques.
By combining traditional methods of textile production with cutting edge technology, Cahill finds infinite opportunities for producing completely unique and truly contemporary fine art.

Cahill obtained her BFA from California Institute of the Arts and then attended the University of Arts London, Chelsea for her MA in Fine Art.  This further established her individual style of combining elements of color and light.  In addition to studying at Art Center College of Design she was awarded the Digital Fabrication Residency which facilitated exploration of the boundaries of sculpture, tradition and technology. 
Cahill has lectured at the Collage Artists of America and her work is held in private collections internationally. 

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Spectrum Miami
Dec
2
to Dec 6

Spectrum Miami

http://www.artfixdaily.com/calendar/details/1702-silk-and-steel-sculptures-and-other-works-by-blair-martin-cahill-

 

Silk and Steel: Sculptures and Other Works by Blair Martin Cahill -- Miami Art Week/Art Basel Miami

 

California based artist, Blair Martin Cahill exhibits sculptures and other works that present a completely unique art series, from December 2-6, 2015 at SPECTRUM Miami, Booth 715 located in the Arts + Entertainment District.

Cahill’s work explores the fragile and impermeable through the juxtaposition of dissimilar materials in her work, such as steel and silk, making it clear that strength should not be judged by perception alone.  Her new work, which will be debuted at SPECTRUM Miami, is a concise collection of sculptural embroidery with a definite contemporary edge. With Sphere 30, Cahill employs embroidery with vivid sculptural effects -- rich blue, greens and silvers permeate delicate silk suspended within a dissected sphere of stainless steel.  Suspended over a highly polished base of metal, the sphere appears to glow from within.  The center rings of Sphere 30 (48" W X 80" L X 45" H) are some of the largest embroidered areas to ever have been produced.

Being shown for the first time, See no Evil, highlights three Japanese ladies embroidered on almost translucent silk in a folding screen of maple and brushed aluminum.  The ladies gaze from the screen intently, watching but not passing judgment as they speak, see and hear no evil.

Cahill has exhibited extensively this year in the United States and abroad including Apricot Gallery London, UK; Amsterdam International Art Fair; and Governor’s Island Art Fair, New York City; Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles California; Art San Diego, San Diego California.

 

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Art San Diego
Nov
5
to Nov 8

Art San Diego

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ATTEND ART SAN DIEGO

FIRST PREVIEW

SCHEDULE

Thursday, November 5 | 5:00PM – 7:00PM
UBS & Collectors Club / Invitation Only

COLLECTORS CLUB INFO

VIP OPENING

SCHEDULE

Thursday, November 5 | 7:00PM – 9:00PM

MAIN SHOW HOURS

SCHEDULE

Friday, November 6 | 12:00PM – 8:00PM
Saturday, November 7 | 12:00PM – 8:00PM
Sunday, November 8 | 12:00PM – 5:00PM

SEE SHOW SCHEDULE

TICKETS

ADMISSION

VIP Opening Night: $75 online / $85 at event
General Public, 3-Day Pass: $25 online / $30 at event
General Public, 1-Day Pass: $20 online / $25 at event
Students/Seniors, 3-Day Pass: $15 online / $20 at event
Students/Seniors, 1-Day Pass: $10 online / $15 at event

Tickets are available and can be purchased through Eventbrite.
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SHOW PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS

This year’s programs will feature the anticipated return of Art Labs,San Diego Art PrizeLaunchPad Program, and a new Spotlight Program featuring Arte Cuba—a carefully curated group of Cuban modern, contemporary and cutting-edge art.

SEE PROGRAMS

TRADE & MEDIA PROFESSIONALS

TRADE & PRESS receive complimentary admittance to Art San Diego with pre-registration. Click below to register.

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Electron Salon International Group Exhibit
Jul
9
to Aug 1

Electron Salon International Group Exhibit

Electron Salon
International Group Exhibit

July 9-August 1, 2015

Artists' Reception: Saturday, July 11, 6-9pm

Blair Cahill, Ana Devora, Emmanuel Monzon, Kevin Lyle, Samantha Heydt, Ron Andrews, Margaret Hyde, Sabine Blodorn,Ken Morgan, Alex Bunn, Carrie Alter, David Arrigotti, Aymae Sulick, Philip Bussmann, Jo Scheder, Kevin Welsh, Angeline Meitzler, Anatoly Rudakov, Charlotta Hauksdottir, Andres Guelfenbein, Evan Jones, Clint Imboden, Marina Mecl, Lindsay Brice, Sloppo, Taylor Hudson, Sonya Naumann, Kenneth Lange

 

Featured Video Artists

Artists' Reception: Saturday, July 11, 6-9pm

Through August 1

Dmitry Demchenko, Victor Acevedo, Jennifer Sharpe, Olya Dubatova, Johnny Naked, Roy Anthony Shabla, Alessandro Cima, Raheleh Minoosh Zomorodinia

 

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Art Comes Alive
Jun
20
to Aug 3

Art Comes Alive

Saturday, June 20, 2015

7-10:30 PM (EST)

ADC, Art Design Consultants

310 Culvert St. 5th Fl

Cincinnati, OH 45202

 

7-8:00 PM │ OPENING RECEPTION

See beautiful art, meet artists, jurors, sponsors/partners and collectors. Enjoy complimentary cocktails and amazing “bites” from The Phoenix

Vote for your favorite artwork and give one lucky artist the “people’s choice” award

8:00-9:30 PM │ AWARDS PRESENTATION

9:30-10:30 PM │ DESSERT, PHOTOS, & ARTIST INTERVIEWS

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