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Intense magic realism and a haunting tenderness describe Bre tt Bigbee’s (American\, b. 1954)human-scaled figurative paintings.  Two ear ly paintings from the 1990s are on view – one depicting his wife and freque nt model sitting nude on a bold flower patterned sofa.  The second is a sel f-portrait of the artist holding his infant son.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121018 GEO:40.762227;-73.971964 LOCATION:Alexandre Gallery\,Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street\, 13th Floo r\nNew York\, NY 10022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Two Early Paintings\, Brett Bigbee UID:234178 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

 A selection of woodcut prints using traditional Japanese me thods and related drawings and watercolors of the Maine landscape by Neil W elliver (American\, 1929 – 2005)\, best known for his monumental oil painti ngs of untouched woods of Northern New England.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121018 GEO:40.762227;-73.971964 LOCATION:Alexandre Gallery\,Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street\, 13th Floo r\nNew York\, NY 10022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Selected Works on Paper\, Neil Welliver UID:234179 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121025 GEO:40.774761;-73.963265 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - 980 Madison Ave.\,980 Madison Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10075 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Four Saturdays\, Richard Prince UID:244220 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

On the surface my paintings arise from a strong attraction t o the natural light of my north facing windows and the forms that I place i n its path. I am drawn to the shapes and surface textures of some forms and the reflective qualities of others. The work always begins with an almost obsessive fascination with spatial relationships that extends back to early childhood. The images sometimes represent a personal symbolic narrative an d other times simply imply a human presence.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121016 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:STRING THEORY\, Randall W. L. Mooers UID:239492 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121018T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121018T180000 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:STRING THEORY\, Randall W. L. Mooers UID:239493 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The subject of these paintings is a single chateau called Le Quesnoy\, which overlooks Mont Saint Michel in Normandy\, France.I stayed there fall of ’09\, painting plein-air and interiors and taking photos of t he chateau. It was quite old and had been in my friend’s family for hundred s of years. The structure and décor had been added on to and redone various times. The nature of the building was an eclectic mixture of different tim es\, aesthetics and technologies. The colors were arresting and unusual. Th ere were paintings all over the house\, mostly done by members of the famil y. My intention with this show is to evoke the feeling of being in this spa ce: it s bright colors and old details shaped by the indirect light filter ing through centuries old windows. I hope the viewer\, surrounded by these paintings\, can be given an experience of this place. But not just the phys ical description\, rather the state of mind the interiors elicited: a mixtu re of calmness and visual excitement.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121016 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Kenny Harris UID:240997 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121018T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121018T180000 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Kenny Harris UID:240998 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121016 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Marc Leuthold UID:245846 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121018T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121018T180000 GEO:40.7503804;-74.003922 LOCATION:George Billis Gallery- NY\,525 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Marc Leuthold UID:245847 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121008 GEO:40.745952;-73.998009 LOCATION:InterArt Gallery\,225 Tenth Ave between 23rd and 24th streets\nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Reflections\, Alexandra Sashneva UID:242514 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Re-Tail Blu's 

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Artist BluDog10003

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Oct 24 to Nov 17 Reception Oct 25 6-9pm

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Michael Mut Gallery is excited about exhibiting NYC's favorite four legged street artist. BluDog10003 is taking a bite out of our culture of consumption and high end labels with hi s latest solo show\, Re-Tail Blu's. Join BluDog10003 on October 24th for the grand opening of his bourgeois-tique at Michael Mut Gallery in the East Village. 

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The high end pop up store will feature recycled and reclaimed items rebranded with his unique BluDog charm. Known for his colo rful and provocative street sticker campaigns that take aim at social issue s are important to him\, BluDog10003 has evolved into a staple of the New Y ork scenery as well as making his mark on cityscapes across the globe. Blud og10003 believes that streets are the public access channel of global marke ting.

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NYC’s BluDog10003 is a furry\, four legged adhesi ve artist that believes sticker bombing is a much more hygienic form of mar king his territory than what his instinct dictates.  

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He chooses the street as his gallery because it remains democratic. 

\n< p>“You put up and if people like it they take pics or poach it. If it su cks they slap over it.

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More information about the a rtist visit www.bl udog10003.com

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121024 GEO:40.723656;-73.9793701 LOCATION:Michael Mut Project Space\,97 Avenue C \nManhattan\, NY 10009 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Re Tail Blu's\, BluDog10003 UID:239298 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121025T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121025T180000 GEO:40.723656;-73.9793701 LOCATION:Michael Mut Project Space\,97 Avenue C \nManhattan\, NY 10009 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Re Tail Blu's\, BluDog10003 UID:239299 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Peter Blum is pleased to announce Coming and Going\ , an exhibition of new sculpture and drawings by Luisa Rabbia opening on September 13\, 2012 at Peter Blum Chelsea (526 West 29th Str eet). This will be her first solo exhibition with Peter Blum Gallery. An opening reception will be held on Thursday\, September 13 from
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  It will be on view until October 27\, 2012

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Coming and Going is organized around sev eral large sculptures and drawings that explore the passage of time and the interconnectivity that define contemporary life. A multi-media artist\, Ra bbia integrates porcelain\, papier-mâché\, silver-point\, and pencil drawin gs with natural materials. In the sculptures created for the exhibition\, o rganic forms intertwine and wrap around pencil drawn portraits. Figures eme rge out of tangled roots or vein-like elements made out of wrapped fabric a nd papier-mâché. The roots envelop\, connect\, nourish\, suffocate\, detach and conjoin the figures while wood and stones anchor them firmly to the gr ound and create a strong dialogue between human and nature. Blue and red pl ay a dominant role in her work further echoing an association with the huma n vascular system. 

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Concepts of unity and separation are evident th roughout. In Dual\, 2012\, two bodies thrust upward delicately rel ying on each other for balance. Their connection is tenuous and fragile yet strong enough to allow the sculpture to remain freestanding. Towards\, 2012\, fills an entire gallery wall with more than 200 tiny portraits on painted porcelain. The installation is meant to be experienced simultan eously as one work made up of highly individualized depictions of people fr om different cultures and backgrounds.

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The passage of time and the loss and change that is associated with it is also recurrent in many of her works. Human traces left on sheets depicted in silver-point drawings along with the second-hand clothes incorporated into several of her papier-mâché works are loaded with personal experiences and reinforce our relationship with our surroundings.

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Luisa Rabbia was born in 1970 in Pinerolo (Torino\, Italy) and lives and works in Brooklyn\, New York. Her work has been exhibited internationally including solo exhib itions at Fundación PROA\, Buenos Aires\, Argentina\, curated by Beatrice M erz (2010)\; Fondazione Merz\, Torino\, Italy\, curated by Beatrice Merz (2 009)\; Fondazione Querini Stampalia\, Venezia\, Italy (2009)\; The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum\, Boston\, curated by Pieranna Cavalchini\, (2008). Group exhibitions include shows at the MAGA\, Museo Arte Gallarate\, curat ed by Francesca Pasini and Angela Vettese (2010)\, MAXXI Museo Nazionale de lle Arti del XXI secolo\, Roma\, Italy\, curated by Paolo Colombo (2007)\; and the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art\, Shanghai\, China\, curated by Achille Bonito Oliva (2006).

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120913 GEO:40.763293;-73.975497 LOCATION:Peter Blum Gallery\,20 West 57th Street \nNew York\, NY 10019 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Coming and Going\, Luisa Rabbia UID:235047 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20120913T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120913T180000 GEO:40.763293;-73.975497 LOCATION:Peter Blum Gallery\,20 West 57th Street \nNew York\, NY 10019 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Coming and Going\, Luisa Rabbia UID:235048 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Today’s economic climate and the 2012 summer drought recall a time almost a century ago when the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl of the Southwest changed American society. The F.S.A. (Farm Security Administr ation) sent a number of photographers across the country to docume nt the plight of American farmers and depressed urban areas. Many of these images are famous today for the harsh reality that they documented which in turn spurred a movement of American artists focused on social realism.

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The F.S.A. was established in 1935 as part of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs and was given the mission to support small farmers and resto re land and communities damaged by the Depression. The photographers employ ed under the F.S.A. (which also included Charlotte Brooks\, Esther Bubley\, Marjory Collins\, Walker Evans\, Dorothea Lange\, Russell Lee\, Carl Mydan s\, Gordon Parks\, Arthur Rothstein\, Ben Shahn\, John Vachon\, and Marion Post Wolcott) produced images that greatly impacted how both policy-makers and the general public understood the Depression.

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Today in 2012\, i n the midst of a digital era where Americans are bombarded with flashy imag es and air brushed pictures\, we still see a number of photographers who tu rn their lenses to the ordinary\, outcast or misunderstood parts of contemp orary culture. These new social realists present an original look at the pe ople\, places and objects that make up a significant aspect of contemporary society.

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This exhibition focuses on F.S.A. photographs in conjunct ion with contemporary photography that in many ways parallel each other. Th e common subject matter takes on a variety of forms. Portraits\, landscapes and everyday objects all share a unity in a tribute to Realism and America n culture.

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The exhibition includes F.S.A. Photographers Horace Bris tol\, Jack Delano\, Walker Evans\, Dorothea Lange\, Russell Lee\, Marion Po st Wolcott\, and Arthur Rothstein and contemporary photographers Debbie Gro ssman\, Josh Lehrer\, Zoe Strauss\, and Emma Wilcox.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120918 GEO:40.7499732;-74.0037198 LOCATION:Robert Miller Gallery- New York\,524 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:F.S.A. PHOTOGRAPHY AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL REALISM\, Horace Bristol \, Jack Delano\, Walker Evans\, Dorothea Lange\, Russell Lee\, Marion Post Wolcott\, Arthur Rothstein\, Debbie Grossman\, Josh Lehrer\, Zoe Strauss\, Emma Wilcox UID:238303 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Senior &\; Shopmaker Gallery\, in collaboration with the Conner Family Trust\, is pleased to present Afterimage: The Pri nts of Bruce Conner\, the first exhibition of the artist’s wo rk at the gallery. Conner\, who passed away in 2008\, was born in McPherson \, Kansas in 1933 and moved to San Francisco in the late 1950s where he bec ame a pivotal figure in the Beat scene of poets\, writers\, artists and per formers. Active in all media\, including painting\, collage and assemblage\ , sculpture\, graphic arts\, filmmaking\, and photography\, Conner brought a radical and iconoclastic approach to art-making\, questioning and rejecti ng ideals of artistic purity\, style\, and identity\, as well as the market -driven dynamic of the art world.

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     The show\, accompanied by an on-line catalogue with an essay by Peter Boswell\, will include lithograph s Conner produced in 1970-71 to preserve the imagery of his ephemeral felt- tip drawings of the period\, as well as later prints based on ink blot draw ings and collages.

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     Linking the artist’s extensive graphic oeuv re to his work in other media is a command of light and shadow that permeat es images hovering between fugitive and eternal\, fantasy and reality. The retinal effect of his starkly monochromatic drawings of the 1960s and 1970s is achieved through the use of densely woven lines\, creating highly compl ex shifting patterns. Formally rigorous\, these maze-like drawings negate e xternal references and dissolve figure/ground boundaries. Often structured by circular mandala forms\, they attest to the artist’s deep knowledge of o ccult and Eastern philosophies. Conner’s immersive felt-tip drawing process took on a performative aspect as the artist spent continuous hours making them\, never lifting pen from paper in order to produce a graphically unint errupted line.

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     In 1970\, concerned about the fugitive nature o f his felt tip drawings\, Conner initiated the meticulous reproduction of t he images at Kaiser Graphics\, a commercial printer in Oakland\, California . Believing hand-drawn and inked lithography interfered with the precision of his imagery\, the artist chose a commercial offset process\, flouting pr int world conventions by using photomechanical rather than fine art printin g.  The process\, however\, allowed him to amend flaws in the original draw ings and create improved compositions. This led to the production of some o ne hundred prints\, from small\, single sheets to suites of up to twenty-fi ve related panels (titled SET OF THREE\, SET OF FOUR\, etc.). The sequential relationship between one drawing and another - the unfolding of form to form - is preserved to great effect in the thematic organization of the print portfolios.

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     In the mid-1970s and continuing sporadi cally for the rest of his career\, Conner produced inkblot drawings of star tling variety and innovation: grids of small\, calligraphic shapes executed by blotting small puddles of ink between the folds of accordion-pleated sh eets of paper. Totemic and enigmatic\, these rows of symmetrically arranged patterns read as documents scripted in a mysterious language.

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     Drawings and prints of later years are credited to “Anonymous” and “Anonym ouse”\, two of several alter egos invented by Conner to manipulate the idea of artistic identity and authorship. Images inspired by nature\, Leaf September 11-December 7\, 2001\, and Dark Leaf\, relate to el egiac drawings the artist made in response to the 9/11 attacks. Other print s relate to film projects or collage pieces\, such as BOMBHEAD\, o riginally conceived as a collage and later transferred and produced as an i nkjet print. An outlier in the exhibition\, the imagery harkens to Conner’s groundbreaking films of the 1970s such as Crossroads\, 1976.

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     Conner’s work has been included in many major group exhibitions\, notably the 1961 pioneering show The Art of Assemblage at The Muse um of Modern Art\, New York. Recent exhibitions include Bruce Conner: T he 1970s at the Kunsthalle Wien\, Vienna\, Austria in 2010 and Bru ce Conner and the Primal Scene of Punk Rock\, MCA Denver\, Denver\, Co lorado 2012.  In 2000\, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis organized a wi de-ranging exhibition of Conner’s work entitled 2000 BC: The Bruce Conn er Story\, Part II\, which traveled to the Modern Art Museum of Fort W orth\, the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco\, and the Los Ang eles Museum of Contemporary Art. His work is included in the collections of many museums\, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art\; the Museum of Mo dern Art\, New York\; the Whitney Museum of American Art\, New York\; the M useum of Contemporary Art\, Los Angeles\; the San Francisco Museum of Moder n Art\; and the Walker Art Center\, Minneapolis.

DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120920 GEO:40.7499366;-74.005949 LOCATION:SENIOR & SHOPMAKER GALLERY\,210 Eleventh Avenue \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Afterimage: The Prints of Bruce Conner\, Bruce Conner UID:230010 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Working with video since 1968. One of the pioneers of Europe an video art\, his work has been exhibited in ICA London\, MOMA New York\, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam\, Centre Pompidou Paris\, Moderna Museet Stochol m\, Museo Reina Sofia Madrid\, etc. His single channel works\, objects\, co mposites and installations are part of many private and public collections in Europe\, the Americas\, Australia and the Far East.

From 1 971 to 1978 Marroquin published Fandangos\, an artist magazine. This was fo llowed by other initiatives like the Kremlin Mole published in Amsterdam du ring the 1980s. After a series of experiments with Belgium\, British\, Dutc h and German national television stations\, Raul Marroquin began to explore the possibilities of cable in Amsterdam (1977). In 1990 he co-authored Tim e Based Arts Television\, later that year he created De Hoeksteen Live Tele vision with stage actor / director Titus Muizelaar\, De Hoeksteen is a poli tical\, financial\, cultural program transmitted live every last Saturday o f the month 23:00 - 03:00 C.E.T.

He lectures and conducts work shops on a regular basis: Center for Advanced Visual Studies Massachussets Institue of Technology\, London School of Economics and Political Sciences\ , Universidad Nacional &\; Universidad de Los Andes\, Bogota\, Rietveld Academie (Amsterdam) Jan van Eijck Akademie (Maastricht) Minerva (Groningen ) Aki Enschede in the Netherlands\, Alternative Media Studies New York Univ ersity and others.
Marroquin writes for his own blog and contributes with articles and essays for scientific and special interest publications DTEND:20121117 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121108 GEO:40.75111;-74.004475 LOCATION:Witzenhausen Gallery - NY\,547 W 27th Street Suite 530\, 5th floor \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Raul Marroquin UID:245728 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121108T200000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121108T180000 GEO:40.75111;-74.004475 LOCATION:Witzenhausen Gallery - NY\,547 W 27th Street Suite 530\, 5th floor \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Raul Marroquin UID:245729 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Black &\; White Gallery/Pro ject Space is very excited to present Continuous Line  - a large-scale\, first solo show of works made specifically for the exhibition by the Brooklyn-based\, British visual and performance artist Shantell Martin. The exhibition’s title refers to the artist ’s continuous endeavor to transform her ongoing internal monologue into vis ual narrative while simultaneously indicating the complimentary relationshi p between the indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces.

Sh antell Martin works in the variety of artistic media: analog drawi ng on walls\, cars\, people\, shoes\, clothes\, found or interesting object s and digital drawing using open frame works (coding platform)\, as well as performance/projection. Increasingly\, Martin has been incorporating recur ring words and phrases into her work and collaborating with members of her family back in London\, starting with her grandmother in Dear Grandmother Project.

Martin favors a loose style that suggests free association but\, upon closer inspection\, seemingly incomplete scenarios reveal precise line and placement of objects. Translated and mapped to the gallery space\, her continuous flow of sensations\, impressions\, images\, memories and thoughts will invite the viewers to reevaluate their relations hip to their surroundings.

DTEND:20121118 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120921 GEO:40.7185328;-73.9547191 LOCATION:Black & White Gallery\,483 Driggs Ave. \nBrooklyn\, NY 11211 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Continuous Line \, Shantell Martin UID:230996 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20120921T220000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20120921T190000 GEO:40.7185328;-73.9547191 LOCATION:Black & White Gallery\,483 Driggs Ave. \nBrooklyn\, NY 11211 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Continuous Line \, Shantell Martin UID:234422 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Purple

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A Group Exhibition by YOUNITY

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October 19 – November 18\, 2012

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September 2012\ , Brooklyn\, NY — This October\, eleven female contemporary artists wil l explore Purple as a color\, word and psychological context in a fr eestyle exhibition where medium\, formal strategies and process intersect t o create original content.

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Purple will be on view at Causey Contemporary Gallery\, 92 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg\, Brooklyn \, from October 19 - November 18\, 2012\, with an opening reception from 6p m – 9pm on Friday\, October 19th. This exhibition is produced by YOUNITY\, an international collective of urban female visual artists\, des igners and craftswomen. The collective collaborates on creative projects\, resource networks\, mentoring of youth\, community building\, and the produ ction of art exhibitions that promote women in the arts.

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Curated by Diana McClure and YOUNITY co-founder Alice Mizrachi\, this exhib ition features a group of internationally recognizable street\, mural\, urb an and contemporary artists from across the United States and abroad includ ing: Alice Mizrachi\, Diana McClure\, Gilf!\, Lady Pink\, Lichiban\, Miss V an\, Olek\, Priscila De Carvalho\, Queen Andrea\, Ritzy Periwinkle\, and So fia Maldonado.

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From electric purple\, Tyrian purple and H an purple\, to purple prose\, purple patches and human color psychology\, t he color purple has been tapped by the musician Prince\, the author Alice W alker\, the French art publication Purple Journal\, and the ancient world\, to convey a certain psychological vibration\, spiritual energy or visual m essage.  In this exhibition\, each artists’ interpretation of purple aims t o unlock new readings on the visceral\, intellectual\, conceptual\, spiritu al and pleasurable aspects of the color purple.

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For furth er information about Purple or the artists involved\, contact the Ca usey Contemporary\, 718 218 8939 or info@causeycontemporary.com

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  DTEND:20121118 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121019 GEO:40.7025147;-73.9890257 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,111 Front St. suite 212-14 DUMBO\nBrooklyn\, NY 11209 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:PURPLE\, gilf!\, Lady Pink\, Lichiban\, Miss Van\, Olek\, Priscila De Carvalho\, Queen Andrea\, Ritzy Periwinkle\, Sofia Maldonado\, Diana McC lure\, Alice Mizrachi UID:236852 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121019T210000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121019T180000 GEO:40.7025147;-73.9890257 LOCATION:Causey Contemporary\,111 Front St. suite 212-14 DUMBO\nBrooklyn\, NY 11209 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:PURPLE\, Queen Andrea\, Priscila De Carvalho\, gilf!\, Lichiban\, S ofia Maldonado\, Diana McClure\, Alice Mizrachi\, Olek\, Ritzy Periwinkle\, Lady Pink\, Miss Van UID:236853 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

DACIA GALLERY PRESENTS

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ART SHOW ON BROADWAY

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Exhibition Date and Reception
Saturday\, November 17\, from 3:00pm to 3:00am

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Venue
623 Broadway\, between Houston and Bleecker

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Dacia Gallery proudly presents Art Show on Broadway\, a group show of ov er 60 exhibiting artists. This eclectic collection of artwork will feature paintings\, drawings\, photography\, sculpture\, digital art and site-speci fic installations. The exhibition space is a beautiful venue located on Bro adway and Houston\, comprised of three exhibition floors with 14\,000 squar e feet for each floor. By taking a fresh and unconventional approach to cur ating and exhibition design the artists are given total freedom to curate a nd present their own artwork. In addition\, exhibiting artists will be pres ent at the reception where we invite them to share their art\, inspiration and meet the admiring public. The reception includes two bars and live perf ormances.

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EXHIBITION AND ART PARTY
Art Show on Broadway will t ake place on Saturday\, November 17\, 2012

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Opening Hours
3:00p m to 7:00pm\, free to the public

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7:00-10:00pm\, $10 cover
10:0 0pm to 3:00am\, $20 cover

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Additionally\, we will have three DJ'S an d two bars located on the middle and top floors throughout the night. This will be and art show to remember\, come support the artists and have an inc redible time of art\, music and dancing. At midnight\, the bottom two floor s will close and everyone can join the artists upstairs for the dance party until 3:00am.

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DTEND:20121118 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121117 GEO:40.7219666;-73.9903845 LOCATION:DACIA GALLERY\,53 Stanton St. \nNew York \, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ART SHOW ON BROADWAY\, Elizabeth Otten-Chen\, Pasquale Cuppari\, Va lerii Klymchuk\, Barry Zawacki\, Andres Young\, Leila Yassami\, Dawn Wayand \, Rodrigo Valles\, Sam Tufnell\, Leah Tomaino\, Mario Sostre\, Lenore Sine r\, Winnie Sidharta\, Avner Sher\, Erik Sheets\, Shari Rubeck\, Anna Rotty\ , Wayne Roth\, Joshhua Ray\, Christophe Piallat\, Suzanne Pemberton\, Petro s Pappalas\, Carl Paoli\, Lisette Overweel\, Joy Nagy\, Emily Minnie\, Eric Mellinger\, Gavin McClure\, Donald Lisy\, Sydell Lewis\, Phyllis Lehrer\, William Lawler\, Justin Kovac\, Shirzad Khusrokhan\, Aniko Horvath\, Benjam in Henderson\, STEPHANIE HALMOS\, TD Gillispie\, Robert Hartshorn\, Garry H arley\, James Giardina\, Beth Galton\, Jada Fabrizio\, Raquel Echanique\, D iana Djibirova\, Laurentiu Dimisca\, David DeSimone\, Ted Barr\, Gina Brezi ni\, Luiza Budea\, Iulian Budea\, Stuart Chait\, Aleksander Betko\, Amy Coh en Banker\, Adrian Baker\, Margery Appelbaum\, Ramon Angeles UID:241013 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121117T030000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121117T150000 GEO:40.7219666;-73.9903845 LOCATION:DACIA GALLERY\,53 Stanton St. \nNew York \, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ART SHOW ON BROADWAY\, Ramon Angeles\, Margery Appelbaum\, Adrian B aker\, Amy Cohen Banker\, Ted Barr\, Aleksander Betko\, Gina Brezini\, Iuli an Budea\, Luiza Budea\, Stuart Chait\, Pasquale Cuppari\, David DeSimone\, Laurentiu Dimisca\, Diana Djibirova\, Raquel Echanique\, Jada Fabrizio\, B eth Galton\, James Giardina\, TD Gillispie\, STEPHANIE HALMOS\, Garry Harle y\, Robert Hartshorn\, Benjamin Henderson\, Aniko Horvath\, Shirzad Khusrok han\, Valerii Klymchuk\, Justin Kovac\, William Lawler\, Phyllis Lehrer\, S ydell Lewis\, Donald Lisy\, Gavin McClure\, Eric Mellinger\, Emily Minnie\, Joy Nagy\, Elizabeth Otten-Chen\, Lisette Overweel\, Carl Paoli\, Petros P appalas\, Suzanne Pemberton\, Christophe Piallat\, Joshhua Ray\, Wayne Roth \, Anna Rotty\, Shari Rubeck\, Erik Sheets\, Avner Sher\, Winnie Sidharta\, Lenore Siner\, Mario Sostre\, Leah Tomaino\, Sam Tufnell\, Rodrigo Valles\ , Dawn Wayand\, Leila Yassami\, Andres Young\, Barry Zawacki UID:241014 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Over 50 Artists \;will participate in this exhibition.

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Exhibited Artwork: \;Paintin g\, drawing\, printmaking\, sculpture\, photography\, digital art\, mixed m edia site-specific installations. \;

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Venue: The Art Show will take place at 623 Broadway\, between Houston and Bleecker St. The Broadway venue is an incredible exhibi tion space of 3 floors with 14\,000 square feet for each floor. Each artist will be given either a 10 foot or 20 foot long wall to exhibit their work\ , depending on their application.

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EXHIBITION AND ART PARTY
Art Show on Broadway will take place on Saturday\, November 17\, 2012
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Opening Hours
3:00pm to 7:00pm\, free to the public
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7:00-10:00pm\, $10 cover
10:00pm to 3:00am\, $2 0 cover
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< strong>We will have up to 3 DJS and 2 bars located on the middle and top fl oor.

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This will be a n art event to remember.

DTEND:20121118 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121117 GEO:40.7219666;-73.9903845 LOCATION:DACIA GALLERY\,53 Stanton St. \nNew York \, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Show on Broadway\, Ramon Angeles\, Margery Appelbaum\, Adrian B aker\, Amy Cohen Banker\, Aleksander Betko\, Ted Barr\, Gina Brezini\, Stua rt Chait\, Elizabeth Otten-Chen\, Pasquale Cuppari\, David DeSimone\, Laure ntiu Dimisca\, Diana Djibirova\, Raquel Echaique\, Jada Fabrizio\, Beth Gal ton\, James Giardina\, Garry Harley\, Robert Hartshorn\, TD Gillispie\, STE PHANIE HALMOS\, Benjamin Henderson\, Aniko Horvath\, Shirzad Khusrokhan\, V alerii Klymchuk\, Justin Kovac\, William Lawler\, Phyllis Lehrer\, Sydell L ewis\, Donald Lisy\, Gavin McClure\, Eric Mellinger\, Emily Minnie\, Joy Na gy\, Lisette Overweel\, Carl Paoli\, Petros Pappalas\, Suzanne Pemberton\, Christophe Piallat\, Joshhua Ray\, Alexander Roganov\, Wayne Roth\, Anna Ro tty\, Shari Rubeck\, Erik Sheets\, Avner Sher\, Winnie Sidharta\, Lenore Si ner\, Mario Sostre\, Leah Tomaino\, Sam Tufnell\, Rodrigo Valles\, Dawn Way and\, Leila Yassami\, Andres Young\, Barry Zawacki UID:241838 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20121117T030000 DTSTAMP:20140821T085601 DTSTART:20121117T150000 GEO:40.7219666;-73.9903845 LOCATION:DACIA GALLERY\,53 Stanton St. \nNew York \, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Show on Broadway\, Ramon Angeles\, Margery Appelbaum\, Adrian B aker\, Amy Cohen Banker\, Ted Barr\, Aleksander Betko\, Gina Brezini\, Stua rt Chait\, Pasquale Cuppari\, David DeSimone\, Laurentiu Dimisca\, Diana Dj ibirova\, Raquel Echaique\, Jada Fabrizio\, Beth Galton\, James Giardina\, TD Gillispie\, STEPHANIE HALMOS\, Garry Harley\, Robert Hartshorn\, Benjami n Henderson\, Aniko Horvath\, Shirzad Khusrokhan\, Valerii Klymchuk\, Justi n Kovac\, William Lawler\, Phyllis Lehrer\, Sydell Lewis\, Donald Lisy\, Ga vin McClure\, Eric Mellinger\, Emily Minnie\, Joy Nagy\, Elizabeth Otten-Ch en\, Lisette Overweel\, Carl Paoli\, Petros Pappalas\, Suzanne Pemberton\, Christophe Piallat\, Joshhua Ray\, Alexander Roganov\, Wayne Roth\, Anna Ro tty\, Shari Rubeck\, Erik Sheets\, Avner Sher\, Winnie Sidharta\, Lenore Si ner\, Mario Sostre\, Leah Tomaino\, Sam Tufnell\, Rodrigo Valles\, Dawn Way and\, Leila Yassami\, Andres Young\, Barry Zawacki UID:241839 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR