"Art From The Heart"

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"Art From The Heart"
Curated by: Heart Art Productions

22 West 22nd St.
New York, NY 10010
September 10th, 2009 - September 10th, 2009
Opening: September 10th, 2009 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

flat iron/gramercy
Mon-Fri 8:30-6; Sat 9-5:30; Sun 12-5
The Vanderbilt Republic Foundation
photography, conceptual
$75 in advance / $100 at door. Price of admission includes 1 ticket, which admits 2. The 1 ticket is redeemable for any piece in the show.


The event will be staged at the massive Galleries at Calumet Photographic and curated by Audrie Lawrence & Celeste Holt-Walters of Heart Art Productions. Price of admission includes 1 ticket, which admits 2. “Art From The Heart” offers every ticket holder their choice of any one signed, unframed photograph from the show—strictly on a first come, first served basis.

Click here to purchase your advance ticket at Kickstarter.

The two-day public preview will be September 8th and 9th during regular store hours.
The opening (and party!) will take place on September 10th, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Calumet Photographic, 22 West 22nd Street, New York City.

“Art From The Heart” presents a unique opportunity to support a worthy cause, acquire a beautiful piece of art, and have fun doing it! Beverage sponsorship kindly provided by the Brooklyn Brewery, beats furnished on opening night by DJ Prolific. All proceeds will go directly to support the Vanderbilt Republic Foundation’s inaugural project, "Masters". This fall, the Foundation, in an unprecedented partnership with Arn Chorn-Pond and Cambodian Living Arts, will devote four weeks to rigorously documenting the lives of the Cambodian performing masters who narrowly survived the Khmer Rouge in a manner their stories deserve, and with an approach that honors and celebrates their significance in our world. Acclaimed large-format portrait photographer George Del Barrio will lead a unique team of American artists deeply inspired by and connected to Arn and the CLA's narrative. The team will craft life-sized portraits of the masters, their students, their instruments and the world they inhabit, all at the highest professional standard. In addition, a feature-length, broadcast-quality film of the entire process will be created, focusing on the perspective of the masters as they collaborate with the American team. What will transpire is a beautiful story about the arts renaissance in Cambodia today.

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