Exhibition Dates: April 15th - May 14th
Opening Reception: Friday, April 22th, 6-8 pm
ArtCosmos is an annual art fair dedicated to collaboration between artists, academics, and thought leaders at the intersection of Science and Contemporary Art. The second edition of ArtCosmos, held in honor of the 55th anniversary of the first manned flight into space by Yuri Gagarin open to the public at Salomon Arts Gallery in Tribeca, New York City on Friday, April 22nd and runs through May 14th, 2016.
The exhibition features a group of multidisciplinary artists creating new visual dialogues for humanity’s unwavering quest to explore deep space. It will include works from Thomas Broadbent’s space-themed “Inertia” series, which won the 2016 Pulse Prize at Pulse NY Art Fair, Artem Mirolevich who presented his ‘Black Cube’ project at the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, and Eva Petric a vienna-based artist who created the site-specific installation “Personal UNIVERSEs” for the window display of Bergdorf Goodman during New York Fashion Week 2015.
The inaugural ArtCosmos was held in in Barcelona, Spain in honor of the UNESCO International Year of Light as a collaboration between Espronceda Art & Culture Center, Quo Artis and Russian Pavilion.The first edition featured presentations from Alexander Ponomarev, Contemporary artist who represented Russia at the 52nd Venice Biennial, Alvar Sanchez, professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and Osvaldo Catalano, astrophysicist and Director of the Instituto Nazionale Di Astrophysics in Rome.
ArtCosmos is jointly presented by Russian Art Pavilion and Salomon Arts Gallery. The exhibition is a part of Russian American History Month in New York State and will run concurrently to Frieze Art Week.
Salomon Arts Gallery
83 Leonard St.,
New York, NY, 10013
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