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There's a foreign legion of women\, too. But we have no uniforms&mdash\;no flags&mdash\;and no medals when we are brave.\n

&mdash\;Marlene Dietrich in Morocco.

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The conspiracy of excellence is a federation of eyes. There is an intima te surveillance\, and one's behavior\, one's merest gesture\, too much musc le\, the wrong shade of lipstick\, a casual word\, influences and can ruin the campaign of a lifetime.

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In society culture is a ma tter of individuals. One must never make the blunder of mistaking someone a t the center for someone at the periphery. One must have the sense of the m oment\, and the real story\, the truth if you wish\, doesn't come prewrappe d in newsprint. You meet the moment in the form of individuals\, and you pa y attention because the delphic utterance is often accompanied by loud fart s and spoken through rotten teeth. The piss-faced drunk beneath your feet\, the loudmouth boor at the next table\, or the one getting beat up by his b oyfriend in a disco may be sheltering the divine spark. One acquires a tole rance of ambiguity\; the gatecrasher you eject tonight may turn you down fo r a job tomorrow.

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One day\, Artist Zero was having a d rink at a cabin in the Hamptons where I was a houseguest. The Marchesa de X was not present. The artist\, coming upon a rare essay by X in this magazi ne\, observed casually\, &ldquo\;Isn't it nice that she [X] has a piece in there. It's nice to see someone getting the recognition they deserve.&rdquo \; A shudder of gaffe circled the lawn.

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I patiently ex plained to the artist that any writing by X was &ldquo\;as eagerly anticipa ted as it is avidly read. Rather than betoken recognition\, her appearance in a magazine bestows it. Editors would run her laundry bill. One of her pa ragraphs alone could be padded into an entire essay by an inferior writer. With this\, her first long text in a year and a half\, critics can finally stop mining the last one.&rdquo\;

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&ldquo\;Well I alway s thought she was amusing\, witty.&rdquo\; Trimming sail the artist tries t o set a new course.

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I pursued ruthlessly. &ldquo\;I be lieve the Marchesa de X to be in possession of the most vivid intellect of my generation. There is no aspect of contemporary art to which she hasn't o pened an avenue of access.&rdquo\; But she is also a deserter in the great sense that she abandons success like a general abandoning her troops on the eve of victory. Zero had misconstrued this as a failure\; this is X's grea test triumph and insures her position at the nexus of creative forces.

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By coincidence the people sitting around who'd shuddered w ere all top brass and agents of X\, a front united in a conspiracy of excel lence to defend art against taste. Zero hadn't seen that we were all confed erates. Zero thought it was a lawn party. It was a mine field. A little blu nder\, minimizing X's impact\, and Zero went up in smoke.

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Individuals create the moment\, and culture is mass acceptance of indiv idual will. It isn't even that individuals are symptomatic of the moment in some occult way\; the moment is caused by idiosyncracy. Culture operates i ndependently of politics. Politics is autonomous and only deals with its ow n expediency. It doesn't even supply the climate that culture is produced i n. Politics is the manipulation of culture. When an artist manipulates cult ure we have art. When media manipulates culture we have politics. When poli tics manipulates culture we have war.

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We are living in a time of war: war remembered\, war actual\, and war anticipated. The sens e of the moment has led us to the encampment where deserters from all armie s are burning the small fires of discourse.

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When I was 19 Paul Morrissey told me\, &ldquo\;your best days are behind you.&rdquo\; When I was 20 Andy Warhol said to me\, &ldquo\;Gee\, Rene\, you look so te rrible in real life\, and so good in the movies.&rdquo\;

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Klompching Gallery is delighted to present the debut of Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz\, a new seri es of photographs by Richard Tuschman. \;

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This will form the artist&rsquo\;s first solo exhibition at the Klom pching Gallery\, and will be launched with an Opening Reception on Thursday \, March 3rd\, 6:00&ndash\;9:00pm\, with the artist in attendance.

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Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz is a visual novella\, whi ch portrays a fictional Jewish family in 1930&rsquo\;s Poland. Set in the o nce vibrant neighborhood of Kazimierz in Krakow\, the location is a metapho r for loss and decay. In 1935\, the Jewish historian Meir Balaban\, describ ed the neighborhood&rsquo\;s declining Jewish population as being &ldquo\;o nly the poor and the ultra-conservative&rdquo\;. Indeed\, the darkness evid ent in the photographs\, is underpinned by an awareness that the fates of t he characters\, are likely doomed by history\, with the impending holocaust . While death\, the fraying of family bonds\, and feelings of grief haunt m any of the photographs\, this gloom is punctuated by moments of love\, long ing and tenderness. \;

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While Tuschman continues to p ay tribute to those artists who have inspired him&mdash\;Balthus\, Brandt\, de Chirico\, Vermeer&mdash\;the series also demonstrates a significant dev elopment in Tuschman&rsquo\;s oeuvre. The artist&rsquo\;s Eastern European Jewish ancestors resided in the vicinity of Kazimierz until c.1900\, and th is forms part of the basis for weaving together a fictional narrative with strands of cultural and family history.

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Well known for h is Hopper Meditations \;series\, the artist&rsquo\;s process c ontinues to be labor intensive and meticulous. The staged photographs resul t from a sophisticated marriage of miniature dioramas with life-size models . The sets are photographed after being hand-built by the artist over sever al months\, with models photographed separately and composited into the sce nes. The resulting photographs are visually stunning constructions\, richly imbued with nuances of Jewish customs and a sense of place.

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References to cinema and theatre resonate across the work. While the a rtworks are constructed in an exacting manner\, they are also deliberately made to fall away from reality&mdash\;enhancing their theatricality&mdash\; and to project a level of the surreal and a dreamlike quality. Each image c an also be seen to perform as a film still\, with each part \; adding t o a larger narrative arc. Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz\, as a chr onologically sequenced story\, leaves just enough gaps and open-endedness\, to enable the viewer to impose a tale of their own\, highlighting in many respects\, the fluidity of dreams and of memory.

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Richard Tuschman (b. 1956) began exper imenting with digital imaging in the early 1990&rsquo\;s\, developing a sty le that synthesized his interests in photography\, painting and assemblage. Tuschman holds a BFA (Michigan University) and has been exhibited widely\, both in the US and internationally. Accolades and awards include Prix de la Photographie Paris (Gold Medal\, People's Choice)\, Critical Mass Top 50\,International Kontinent Awards (1st Place\, Fin e Art Projects) and Center Project Launch Juror's Award(chosen by Roger Watson\, Fox Talbot Museum) among others. His photographs have been p ublished on numerous online magazines/journals including Slate\, LensCultur e\, LensScratch and Huffington Post. Richard Tuschman lives and works in Ne w York City.

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Klompching Gallery was est ablished in 2007\, and specializes in the sale and exhibition of contempora ry fine art photography. The gallery represents an international roster of mid-career and established artists\, whose work can be found in several not able public and private collections. Located in Dumbo (Brooklyn\, New York) the gallery showcases photography that demonstrates creative integrity and intent\, originality\, narrative and aesthetic challenges\, and the highes t level of craftsmanship. Klompching Gallery is a member of AIPAD since 201 2\, exhibiting each year at the New York Photography Show\, at the Park Ave nue Armory. In addition to its exhibitions schedule\, the gallery provides detailed\, bespoke acquisition services to collectors of contemporary photo graphs.

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Richard Tuschman will present a talk about Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz\, as part of the i3 Lecture Program at the School of Visual Arts\, West 23rd Street\, on March 29th\, \; 7:00&ndash\;8:00 pm.

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For further information and press ima ges\, please contact:

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"No Place Like Home" by Marcus Jahmal

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An installatio n in the FiveMyles PlusSpace.

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The home is often a place of refuge and a vessel used in the pursuit of inn er spirituality. In this series of interiors and sculpture\, Marcus Jahmal establishes a visual self analysis with the intention to open a dialogue wi th viewers from a person to person vantage point. This is explored through examining the seemingly mundane objects and scenarios that serve dual purpo ses in his everyday life.

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Please join us for our inaugural group exhibition at 155 Suf folk Street\, New York\, NY 10002!

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Agitpr op! Second Wave Opens on February 17\, 2016\, with Tw enty Additional Contemporary Artists

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 \;Presented by the Brooklyn Museum&rsquo\;s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art\, Agitprop! Features Contemporary and Hist orical Art Projects Devoted to Social Change

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 \;The collaborative spirit of agitprop continues on Febr uary 17\, 2016\, with the addition to the Agitprop! exhibition of thirty-nine works by twenty contemporary artists or collectives\, nominated by participants in the exhibition&rsquo\;s first round. Presented by the B rooklyn Museum&rsquo\;s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art\, Agitprop! explores the legacy and continued power of politically engag ed art. This dynamic and thought-provoking installation\, on view from Dece mber 11\, 2015\, through August 7\, 2016\, features a full range of materia l\, including photography and film\, prints and banners\, street actions an d songs\, and TV shows\, social media\, and performances.

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The term agitprop emerged from the Russian Revolution almost a hundred year s ago\, combining the words agitation and propaganda to d escribe art practices intended to incite social change. Connecting current creative practices with strategies from the early twentieth century\, these projects show artists responding to the pressing questions of their day an d seeking to motivate broad\, diverse audiences.

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 \;Agitpro p!&rsquo\;sunique curatorial method invites contemporary artists to se lect the exhibition&rsquo\;s content\, thereby opening up the process to re flect multiple perspectives and positions. Unfolding in three waves\, A gitprop! kicked off on December 11 with five case studies in early agi tprop and twenty contemporary art projects selected by the Sackler Center s taff. The second wave opens on February 17 with selections by the first rou nd of contemporary participants\; this second group will invite a final rou nd of artists\, whose work will be incorporated on April 6. In total\, more than fifty contemporary fusions of art and political action\, involving hu ndreds of contributors\, will be exhibited.

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Alhambra\, the inaugural exhibition by Ibrahim El- Salahi at Salon 94\, will feature new works by the seminal Modernist painte r. Recognized as the father of African and Arab Modernism\, the octogenaria n El-Salahi&rsquo\;s paintings and works on paper harmonize African\, Arab\ , and Islamic visual sources with twentieth century European art traditions . Born in Omdurman\, Sudan in 1930\, his career has had a profound influenc e on succeeding generations of artists from the region and across the globe . El-Salahi is a pioneer of Sudanese art and was a founding member of the K hartoum School in 1960. From the late 60&rsquo\;s to early 70&rsquo\;s El-S alahi worked for the Sudanese governments&rsquo\; Ministry of Culture until he was accused of anti-government activities in 1975 and was then jailed f or six months. After being released\, El-Salahi went into exile and now liv es and works in England.  \;In 2013\, he was the subject of a major sol o retrospective at the Tate Modern\, the first devoted to an African artist .

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El-Salahi&rsquo\;s career spans over fi ve decades\, and is marked by rigorous experimentation in form\, color and visual vocabularies.  \;Like other African artists of his generation\, he sought to create a national art and aesthetic\, born out of decolonialis m\, and steeped in the history and culture of his country.  \;After ret urning to Sudan in 1957 following his study at the Slade School of Art in L ondon\, he developed a painting language that synthesized various hybrid fo rms. In addition to exploring the symbolic and formal potential of traditio nal Arabic calligraphy\, he incorporated the Africanized arabesque script u sed by his father for transcribing verses of the Qu&rsquo\;ran\, as well as the traditional crafts &\; ornamentation found in his homeland.  \; El-Salahi&rsquo\;s art also reflects his itinerant life\, and his many trav els outside Sudan. The murals of the Mexican social-realists and the abstra ct geometric paintings of Piet Mondrian are some of the influences that hav e shaped his work.  \;Although his art has changed stylistically and th ematically over the decades\, it remains consistent in the artist&rsquo\;s reliance on line drawing as an overarching structural and emotive device. & nbsp\;Also critical to his work is his insistence on art forms that are soc ially\, politically\, and spiritually engaged in the world around him.

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Janna Kaplan (a Neuropsychology and Space R esearch Specialist at Brandeis University's Graybiel Lab) and Agnes Meyer-Brandis (an artist known for Moon Goose Colony [20 11]\, a project in which she trains geese to fly to the moon) will compare astronaut training techniques as applied to both humans and animals. They w ill also discuss the tasks and challenges of preparing for spaceflight\, an d the vulnerability of being exposed to the extreme conditions of space.

This event is free and open to the public.

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For more information: http://apexart.org/events/kaplan-meyer-brandis.php

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Art \;on \;Paper \ ;returns to Manhattan's Lower East Side in March 2016\, building on the suc cess of the fair's inaugural 2015 edition. The first \;Art \;on&nbs p\;Paper \;New York welcomed 20\,000 visitors to Pier 36 over the fair' s four buzzing days. Participating galleries saw strong sales to important collections as the public urgently engaged with the curated exhibitions. Th e fair's medium-driven focus lent itself to significant projects - unique m oments that set \;Art \;on \;Paper \;apart and established a new and important destination for the \;arts \;in New York City. Working in concert with Beneficiary Partner Brooklyn Museum\, Creative Dire ctor Sasha Wolf\, and sponsor The Wall Street Journal\, \;Art \;on& nbsp\;Paper's second edition will feature special projects that push the bo undaries of its celebrated medium.

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The Art on Paper fair has annou nced the \;lineup for its second New York edition\, running March 3 to 6 at Pier 36\, and the most notable thing about the single-medium event&nbs p\;is just how wide-ranging its \;projects are.

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&ldquo\;This is not a drawing show\,&rdquo\; fair director M ax Fishko told ARTINFO over the phone\, adding that the fair \;this yea r is seeking \;to surprise visitors with the numerous applications of t he medium.

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To that end\, Beijing-base d artist Li Hongbo will construct a ginormous garden out of long\, stacked accordion paper. (The cheery mood of the floral design is perhaps elided by the original gun-shape of the paper.) Other booths will highlight paper wo rks from artists who aren&rsquo\;t known for working in the medium\, like P op artist Larry Rivers\, whose foundation plans to bring more than 30 of hi s cut-out collaborations with New York School poets. Meanwhile\, Berkeley-b ased artist Libby Black will get a solo presentation at Joshua Liner Galler y\, featuring her life-size paper sculptures other everyday objects.

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● \;10 1/Exhibit West Hollywood
Adelson Galleries New York
Anna Zorina Gallery N ew York
● < strong>Arco Gallery
New York
Art Vitam Mi ami
Asya Geisberg Gallery New York
Beaux­\;arts des Amé\;riques Montré\;al
browngrotta arts \;Wilton\, CT
Castor Ga llery New York
Catharine Clark Gallery Sa n Francisco
Christian Duvernois Gallery New YorkDolan/Maxwell Philadelphia
Elisa Co ntemporary Art Riverdale
FMLY New York
Forum Gallery New York
G.W. Einstein Company New York
galerie 103 Kaua`i
Galerie Fledermaus Chicago
Galerie You n Montré\;al
Gallery Jin Tokyo
Gallery Joe Philadelphia
Gallery Molly Krom New York
Gallery Sam Oakland
Garvey|Simon New York
Hal Katzen Gallery New York
Hashimoto Contemporary San Fran cisco
Jerald Melberg Gallery Charlotte
Jill Newhouse Gallery New York
Joseph Gross G allery New York
Joshua Liner Gallery New York
K. Imperial Fine Art San Francisco
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts New York
Klein Sun Gallery New York
KOKI ARTS Tokyo
Lawrence Fine Art \; East Hampton
LOOC Art Bedford Hills
Manifold Editions Lond on
Martin du Louvre Paris
McCormic k Gallery &\; Vallarino Fine Art Chicago/New York
Nancy Hoffman Gallery New York
Other Criteria New York/London
Paradigm Gallery + Studio Philadelphia
Paulson Bott Press San Francisco
Proto Gallery Hoboken
Quogue Gallery Quogue
RandallScottProjects Baltimore
Reagan Upshaw Fine Art Beacon\, NY
Reb ecca Hossack Art Gallery London/New York
Richard L evy Gallery Albuquerque
Robert Mann Gallery New York
Ruiz­\;Healy Art San Antonio/New Yo rk
Sasha Wolf Gallery New York
Sha rk&rsquo\;s Ink. Lyons\, CO
Shoshana Wayne Gallery Santa Monica
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery Ne w York
Stewart Gallery Boise
Trayw ick Contemporary Berkeley
Tally Beck Contemporary< /strong> New York
VanDeb Editions Long Island City
Walter Maciel Gallery Los Angeles
Wingate Studio Hinsdale\, NH

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Art on Paper Previ ew
Benefiting the Brooklyn Museum

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Thursday\, March 3\, 2016
6:00pm to 10:00pm

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Purchase Tickets

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Public Fair Hours
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Friday\, March 4
11:00am to 7:00pm
Sa turday\, March 5
11:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday\, Ma rch 6
12:00pm to 6:00pm

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The 12th Edition of SALON ZÜ\;RCHER\, NY seeks to represent an emerg ing art world inside and outside of New York City. Between our two gallerie s\, Zürcher Paris / New York has hosted 11 mini art fairs\, which have bee n major successes and garnered very positive media attention. Zürcher Gall ery is located in the East Village\, in walking distance from the lower eas t side art scene and the New Museum. The salon will function as an accessib le yet impressive\, small but representative art fair\, this year showcasin g 5 galleries including galleries from Brussels\, Paris\, and New York. Sal on Zürcher\, NY offers visitors an intimate alternative to the large-scale \, superstore style fairs during The Armory Show in New York.

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Marie Finaz Gallery (Par is\, France)

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Galerie Gris (Hudson\, NY)

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Kips Gallery (New York\, NY)

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Weathervane (Brooklyn\, N Y)

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Zürcher Gallery (New York\, NY)

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PRESS PREVIEW
Monday\, February 29\, 2016
3:00 &ndash\; 5:00 PM

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OPENING
Monday\, February 29 \ ;: 5-8pm

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HOURS
Tue March 1 \;: 12-8pm\, Wed March 2  \;: 12-6pm
Thu rs March 3 &ndash\; Sat March 5 \;: 12-8pm
< span style="font-size: small\;"> Sun March 6 \;: 12-5pm

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Organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA)\, The Art Show offers intimately scal ed and thoughtfully curated presentations by the nation&rsquo\;s leading fi ne art dealers\, providing audiences a rich selection of works from the lat e 19th century through today.

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All ticket proceeds benefit He nry Street Settlement\, one of New York&rsquo\;s most venerable social serv ices organizations. AXA Art Americas Corporation has also returned for the fifth consecutive year as Lead Partner.
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Single Day Ticket: 25$
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Gala Preview\n
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The 16th edition of SCOPE New York returns to its location one bloc k from the Armory Show Piers at Metropolitan West Pavilion. In addition to its traditional booth offerings\, SCOPE New York will feature its criticall y-acclaimed open-plan exhibition design\, SCOPE New York maintains a decide dly thoughtful\, polished presentation. Rather than an array of small booth s\, exhibiting galleries flow beautifully into one another\, creating curat orial narratives that encompass the entire show.

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SCOPE New York&rsquo\;s convenient and well-appointed venue wil l host 60 international galleries and a focused schedule of special events\ , performances and talks to complement its new open-plan exhibition format. The first fair to run concurrent with The Armory Show\, SCOPE New York&rsq uo\;s spirit of innovation has consistently forged the way for emerging art ists and galleries. Attuned to nuances in the market and itself an influent ial force in the cultural sphere\, SCOPE continues to usher in a new vision of the contemporary art fair.

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SCOPE New York opens on Thursday\, March 3\, 2016\, with the Platinum First View and VIP Preview benefit\, and will run March 3 - 6\, 2016.

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List of EXHIBITORS

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VIP OPENING

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Schedule
Platinum First View
Th ursday | Mar 3 | 2PM - 4PM

VIP | Press Preview
Thursday | Mar 3 | 4PM - 6PM

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Genera l Admission

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Schedule
Thursday | Mar 3 | 6PM - 10PM Friday | Mar 4 | 11AM &ndash\; 8PM
Saturday | Mar 5 | 11AM &ndas h\; 8PM
Sunday | Mar 6 | 11AM &ndash\; 8PM

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Tickets

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Admission
Free for VI P cardholders

Platinum First View | Fri | $150
VIP | Pre ss Preview | Fri | $100
Public Show Hours | Thu &ndash\; Sun | $35
Student Day Access | Fri &ndash\; Sun | $25

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DTEND:20160306 DTSTAMP:20160214T024658 DTSTART:20160303 GEO:40.7642564;-73.9980147 LOCATION:SCOPE New York\,639 W 46th St. \nNew York\, NY 10036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SCOPE New York 2016 UID:409742 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160303T220000 DTSTAMP:20160214T024658 DTSTART:20160303T180000 GEO:40.7642564;-73.9980147 LOCATION:SCOPE New York\,639 W 46th St. \nNew York\, NY 10036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SCOPE New York 2016 UID:409743 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This year&rsquo\;s edition will feature over 40 internationa l galleries and non-profit institutions:

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Mitchell Algus Gallery\, New York &mdash\; The Approach\, London &mdash\; Artists Space\, New York &mdash\; The Box\, Los Angeles &mdash\; Gavin Brown&rsquo\;s enter prise\, New York/Rome &mdash\; Bureau\, New York &mdash\; CANADA\, New York &mdash\; Chapter NY\, New York &mdash\; C L E A R I N G\, New York/Brussels &mdash\; Paula Cooper Gallery\, New York &mdash\; Elizabeth Dee\, New York &mdash\; Delmes &\; Zander< /a>\, Cologne/Berlin &mdash\; Thomas Erben\, New York &mdash\; Fleisher/Ollman Gallery\, Philadelp hia &mdash\; Garth G reenan Gallery\, New York &mdash\; gb agency\, Paris &mdash\; Jay Gorney / Derek Eller\, New York &mdash\; Hannah Hoffman\, Los Angeles &mdash\; He rald St\, London &mdash\; JTT\, New York &mdash\; Karma\, New York &mdash\; Anton Kern\, New York &mdash\; David Kordansky\, Los Angeles & mdash\; David Lewis \, New York &mdash\; Ma ccarone\, New York &mdash\; Martos Gallery\, New York/Los Angeles &mdash\; Mendes Wood DM\, Sã\; o Paulo &mdash\; Mitchell- Innes &\; Nash \, New York &mdash\; Stuart Shave / Modern Art\, London &mdash\; The Modern Institute< /a>\, Glasgow &mdash\; G alerie Nagel Draxler\, Cologne/Berlin &mdash\; Neue Alte Brü\;cke\, Frankfurt &m dash\; Office Baroq ue\, Brussels &mdash\; Maureen Paley\, London &mdash\; Parra &\; Romero\, Madrid/Ibiza &mdash\; Peres Projects\, Berlin &mdash\; Proj ect Native Informant\, London &mdash\; Silberkuppe\, Berlin &mdash\; Socié\;té\;\, Berlin & mdash\; Kerry Schuss< /a>\, New York &mdash\; Tilton Gallery\, New York &mdash\; VENUS\, New York/Los Angeles &mdash\; VI\, VII\, Oslo &mdash\; White Columns\, Ne w York

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Independent was conceived by Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook and developed in conjunctio n with creative advisor Matthew Higgs and director Laura Mitterrand.

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VERNISSAGE: Thursday March 3 6 &mdash\; 8pm

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PUBLIC HOURS:

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Friday March 4 12 &mdash\ ; 7pm Saturday

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March 5 12 &mdash\; 7pm Sunday

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March 6 12 &mdash\; 6pm

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Tickets available onsite.

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DTEND:20160306 DTSTAMP:20160214T024658 DTSTART:20160303 GEO:40.7210771;-74.0061432 LOCATION:Independent\,50 Varick Street \nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Independent 2016 UID:409738 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160303T200000 DTSTAMP:20160214T024658 DTSTART:20160303T180000 GEO:40.7210771;-74.0061432 LOCATION:Independent\,50 Varick Street \nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Independent 2016 UID:409739 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Welcome to SPRING/BREAK Art Sh ow\, the new curator-driven art fair during the Armory Arts Week.  \;Th e fifth annual fair will be held \;from March 1st &ndash\; March 7th\, 2016.

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Through its commitment to the d iscoveries of local to international curators\, SPRING/BREAK Art Show will again offer a unique destination for collectors\, artists\, galleries\, cri tics\, scene junkies &\; art enthusiasts during the city&rsquo\;s art fa ir week. Over One Hundred curators will premiere new artworks created by ov er 800 artists\, all selected around this year&rsquo\;s central art fair th eme\, ⌘COPY⌘PASTE.

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Partici pating curators include: A. Moret\, Aaron Levi Garvey\, Adam G. Mignanelli\ , Adam Parker Smith\, AJ Hughes\, Alejandro Jassan\, Alex Sewell\, Alex McQ uilkin + Andy Mister\, Alva Calymayor\, Ambre Kelly + Andrew Gori\, Andrea McGinty\, Arielle de Saint Phalle + Taylor Roy\, Cade Tompkins (Cade Tompki ns Projects)\, Caroline Tilleard + Anna Maria Cuevas\, Catherine Mahoney\, Catinca Tabacaru\, Cecelia Stucker\, Ché\; Morales + Amanda Uribe\, C hris Bors\, Christopher Stout + Will Hutnick\, Claire Mirocha + Vanessa Thi ll\, Corey Oberlander + Lindsey Stapleton\, David Packer\, Dennis Dawson\, Elisabeth Smolarz + Jamie Diamond + Lauren Silberman\, Elizabeth Denny\, El izabeth Keithline\, Emily Davidson + Stuart Lorimer\, Emily Kiacz\, Eve Sus sman + Simon Lee\, Fanny Allié\; + Ketta Ioannidou\, Jac Lahav + Adam Thompson + Susannah Palmer\, Jacob Rhodes\, Jennifer Sullivan\, Jennifer M cCoy + Jennifer Dalton\, Jessica Hodin\, Jo Shane + Maripol\, Jon Lutz\, Jo nah Freeman\, Juliette Premmereur + Nicole Grammatico\, Kara Brooks\, Kari Adelaide + Max Razdow\, Karin Bravin\, Katherine Aungier + Alta Buden + Ste ven Mykietyn\, Katya Valevich + Julie Solovyeva\, Kelly Schroer\, Kevin Van Gorp + Shen-Shen Wu (101/EXHIBIT)\, Kirk Stoller\, Krista Saunders Scenna\ , Kristin Sancken\, Lalita Salander + Patrick Jaojoco\, Magdalena Sawon\, M agdalyn Asimakis\, Marc Azoulay\, Margaret Lanzetta + Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow\, Marie Salomé\; Peyronnel\, Marly Hammer\, Maureen Sullivan\, Mebrak T areke\, Melinda Wang\, Michael Gaughran\, Michael Valinsky + Gabrielle Jens en\, Katharine Mulherin (Mulherin Toronto New York)\, Myla Dalbesio\, Nati Hyojin Kim + Kat JK Lee\, Nick Doyle\, Patrick Mohundro\, Rachel Phillips\, Ré\;my Bennett + Kelsey Bennett + 1985\, René\;e Fox (Shulamit Nazarian)\, Vanessa Albury + Rachel Rampleman + Lynn Maliszewski\, Rachel G Barnard\, Robert Dimin\, Sara Nightingale\, Sarah G Sharp + Parsley Stein weiss\, Teriha Yaegashi + Juliette Premmereur + Ella Marder + Lara Pan\, Vi nce Contarino + Brian Balderston + Chad Stayrook + José\; Ruiz\, and Yulia Topchiy

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PREVIEW DAY:  \;March 1\, 2016

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Collectors Preview (In vitation Only)

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Press Preview (Invitation Only)

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VIP VERNISSA GE: 5pm - 9pm  \;Tickets Now Available Here

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DAILY SHOW HOUR S

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Wednesday\, March 2 Noon - 8pm

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Thursday\, March 3 Noon - 8pm

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Friday\, March 4 Noon - 8pm

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Saturday\, March 5 Noon - 8pm

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Sunday\, March 6 Noon - 8pm

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Monday\, March 7 Noon - 6pm \;

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Tickets Now Available Here

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A person with a disability should n otify show management in advance at hey@springbreakartshow.com. We will ant icipate your arrival and facilitate access.

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Established in 1994 and held annually on Piers 92 &am p\; 94\, The Armory Show is New York&rsquo\;s premier international art fai r\, showcasing over 200 galleries from around the world. Offering ambitious programming\, curatorial initiatives and specially commissioned projects\, The Armory Show combines access to high quality modern and contemporary ar t with a commitment to spotlighting new and emerging voices in the visual a rts. Now in its 22nd year\, The Armory Show remains a highly-anticipated ev ent on the global arts calendar\, connecting the world&rsquo\;s leading gal leries with international collectors\, curators and art professionals in th e capital of the art world.

The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with The Metropolitan Museum of Art &rsquo\;s much-anticipated launch of The Met Breuer\, further enhancing nex t year&rsquo\;s Armory Arts Week. A citywide initiative\, Armory Arts Week highlights the diverse cultural offerings of New York's arts scene\, from e xclusive museum tours to discussion panels\, gallery openings and performan ces. Furthermore\, The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with a number of para llel art fairs\, including our affiliate fair\, VOLTA NY< /a>\, which will again take place on Pier 90.
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P iers 92 &\; 94

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Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

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The Armory Show 2016 Opening Day will take place Wednesday\, March 2 for invited guests.

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Thursday\, March 3 - Sunday\, March 6\, 12 pm to 7 pm.

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One Day General A dmission \;$45.00 \;each
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One Day Senior Admission (ages 65+) \;$30.00 \;each\n
One Day Student Admission (with school ID)&nb sp\;$30.00 \;each
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One Day School Group Ad mission of 10+ (with school ID) \;$25.00 \;each\n
One Day Group Admission of 10+ \;$35.00&nb sp\;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Admission $60.00 \;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Grou p Admission of 10+ \;$50.00 \;each
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Run of Show \;Valid Thurs\, Fri\, Sat. and Su n. \;$80.00 \;each
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2016: Pier 94 - Not-for-pr ofits

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The Armory Show is proud to welcome a select num ber of not-for-profit exhibitors to each edition of the fa ir. These organizations range from museums\, to not-for-profit galleries to art foundations and\, with The Armory Show\, share a common desire to prom ote the visual arts to collectors and the general public\, alike.

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Established in 1994 and held annually on Piers 92 &am p\; 94\, The Armory Show is New York&rsquo\;s premier international art fai r\, showcasing over 200 galleries from around the world. Offering ambitious programming\, curatorial initiatives and specially commissioned projects\, The Armory Show combines access to high quality modern and contemporary ar t with a commitment to spotlighting new and emerging voices in the visual a rts. Now in its 22nd year\, The Armory Show remains a highly-anticipated ev ent on the global arts calendar\, connecting the world&rsquo\;s leading gal leries with international collectors\, curators and art professionals in th e capital of the art world.

The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with The Metropolitan Museum of Art &rsquo\;s much-anticipated launch of The Met Breuer\, further enhancing nex t year&rsquo\;s Armory Arts Week. A citywide initiative\, Armory Arts Week highlights the diverse cultural offerings of New York's arts scene\, from e xclusive museum tours to discussion panels\, gallery openings and performan ces. Furthermore\, The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with a number of para llel art fairs\, including our affiliate fair\, VOLTA NY< /a>\, which will again take place on Pier 90.
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P iers 92 &\; 94

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Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

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The Armory Show 2016 Opening Day will take place Wednesday\, March 2 for invited guests.

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Public Hours:

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Thursday\, March 3 - Sunday\, March 6\, 12 pm to 7 pm.

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One Day General A dmission \;$45.00 \;each
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One Day Senior Admission (ages 65+) \;$30.00 \;each\n
One Day Student Admission (with school ID)&nb sp\;$30.00 \;each
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One Day School Group Ad mission of 10+ (with school ID) \;$25.00 \;each\n
One Day Group Admission of 10+ \;$35.00&nb sp\;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Admission $60.00 \;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Grou p Admission of 10+ \;$50.00 \;each
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Run of Show \;Valid Thurs\, Fri\, Sat. and Su n. \;$80.00 \;each
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2016 Armory Focus: African Pers pectives

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Armory Focus\, now in its 7th edition\, is an invitational sec tion on Pier 94 that spotlights the artistic landscape of a different regio n each year.

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Focus: African Perspectives &ndash\; Spotl ighting Artistic Practices of Global Contemporaries is curated by J ulia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba\, founders of Contemporary And\, an online platform for international art from African perspectives.  \ ;Moving beyond conventional ideas of the African continent and its &ldquo\; counterpart\,&rdquo\; &ldquo\;the Western hemisphere\,&rdquo\; this year&rs quo\;s Focus \;will provide a glimpse of international artistic product ion from contemporary African viewpoints: emerging curators\, artists\, gal leries and art spaces that connect scenes and markets through global networ ks. From Lagos to London to Luanda &ndash\; and presented together for the first time in one location &ndash\; this year&rsquo\;s Focus will examine t he artistic developments and manifold narratives arising from African and A frican Diasporic artists\, emphasizing geographic fluidity and global conne ctions.

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Established in 1994 and held annually on Piers 92 &am p\; 94\, The Armory Show is New York&rsquo\;s premier international art fai r\, showcasing over 200 galleries from around the world. Offering ambitious programming\, curatorial initiatives and specially commissioned projects\, The Armory Show combines access to high quality modern and contemporary ar t with a commitment to spotlighting new and emerging voices in the visual a rts. Now in its 22nd year\, The Armory Show remains a highly-anticipated ev ent on the global arts calendar\, connecting the world&rsquo\;s leading gal leries with international collectors\, curators and art professionals in th e capital of the art world.

The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with The Metropolitan Museum of Art &rsquo\;s much-anticipated launch of The Met Breuer\, further enhancing nex t year&rsquo\;s Armory Arts Week. A citywide initiative\, Armory Arts Week highlights the diverse cultural offerings of New York's arts scene\, from e xclusive museum tours to discussion panels\, gallery openings and performan ces. Furthermore\, The Armory Show 2016 will coincide with a number of para llel art fairs\, including our affiliate fair\, VOLTA NY< /a>\, which will again take place on Pier 90.
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P iers 92 &\; 94

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Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

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Public Hours:

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Thursday\, March 3 - Sunday\, March 6\, 12 pm to 7 pm.

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One Day General A dmission \;$45.00 \;each
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One Day Senior Admission (ages 65+) \;$30.00 \;each\n
One Day Student Admission (with school ID)&nb sp\;$30.00 \;each
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One Day School Group Ad mission of 10+ (with school ID) \;$25.00 \;each\n
One Day Group Admission of 10+ \;$35.00&nb sp\;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Admission $60.00 \;each
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Armory + Volta Dual Grou p Admission of 10+ \;$50.00 \;each
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Multiple Days &\; Package Admis sion
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Run of Show \;Valid Thurs\, Fri\, Sat. and Su n. \;$80.00 \;each
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2016: Pier 94 - Armory Presents

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Now in its th ird edition\, Armory Presents highlights the artists and p rograms of emerging galleries. Comprised of single- and dual-artist present ations by galleries fewer than ten years old\, Armory Presents is a platfor m for discovery &ndash\; introducing the next generation of contemporary ga lleries to the global market. This year\, Armory Presents includes gallerie s from Argentina\, Belgium\, Canada\, Colombia\, France\, Germany\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switzerland\, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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