Installation Scion Art Tour 4 NYC

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Installation Scion Art Tour 4 NYC

151 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10012
September 6th, 2007 - September 6th, 2007
Opening: September 6th, 2007 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

scion, installation, NYC


Scion Presents the Fourth Installment of its National Art Tour - INSTALLATION 4: It’s A Beautiful World


Los Angeles - June 2007 - This July, Scion commences the fourth installment of the innovative Scion Installation Art Tour entitled: ‘It’s A Beautiful World.’  The theme; “It’s a Beautiful World” was interpreted by each artist, in one of four mediums— painting, photography, sculpture, and collage.  This year’s Installation tour will visit nine cities and feature a diverse array of artists from around the world.  


This year's artists include: Andrew Pommier, Andy Mueller, Angela Boatwright, Blaine Fontana, Blek LeRat, Books llll, Caia Koopman, Chris Yormick, Cody Hudson, Dalek, David Choe, Eye One, Francesco LoCastro, Freddi C, J. Shea, James Jean, Jeff Soto, Joshua Krause, Kelsey Brookes, Kenton Parker, Kofie, Mel Kadel, Michael Sieben, Mike Giant, Rammellzee, RETNA, R. Grimes, Ron English, Sam Flores, Sage Vaughn, Skwerm, Tim McCormick, Travis Millard and more.


Scion Installation 4 will visit the following cities around the country: Austin, Texas; Chicago, Ill.; Denver, Colo.; Los Angeles; Miami, Fla.; New York, N.Y.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Seattle, Wash; and Boston, Mass.  Each tour stop will kick off with an opening event for local art aficionados, press, and other urban tastemakers.  


The Miami show will take place during the prestigious Art Basel, Dec. 6-9, 2007. Art Basel is the largest art event in North America – each year Miami plays host to galleries, art collectors, artists, dealers, curators, critics and art enthusiasts from around the world.  All of the Installation artists will have the opportunity to attend and take advantage of all the opportunities that Art Basel offers.


The final tour stop and auction will be in Los Angeles, at the new Scion Installation L.A. space in the Culver City Arts District.  All of the artwork will be auctioned off to the public, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go toward art related charities. In previous years, the auctions have raised more than $110,000 for charity.