Scope 2019 | Contemporary Art Projects USA | March 7-10 |2019 |Metropolitan Pavilion| New York | Booth 017 | Curated by Mariavelia Savino

Contemporary Art Projects USA/Gallery will be participating during 2019
Armory Week New York at Scope New York curated by Mariavelia Savino.
The exhibition encompasses a diversity of media and stiles from Hyper-realistic to abstract. Our goal is to present the expansion of the human mind through Art, as an unlimited, ed source of depictions, thoughts, and feelings, endless and infinite, as it is the Universe in which we live.
A key section of the booth will relate to tributes to Frida Kahlo, as an homage to the major exhibition of the unique Art by Frida that will be on show in New York at the time in which the Art Fair takes place.
Mexican Artist Ricardo Cardenas-Eddy will present a large painting entitled The Frida’s Wall from the Series Frida’s Paredon inspired on the last moments of her life, made in his characteristic canvas of cement and steel bars and a unique sculpture entitled Xochi in Gold from his successful series Muses of Ricardo. Cardenas-Eddy had a unique performance with Contemporary Art Projects USA in Miami during Art Basel week participating at Scope, a Solo Show at the Delano and a Group Show at SLS, among other venues, and in October he will open a solo show at the Art Gallery in MDC West Campus in Doral.

Series Las Caras de Frida II. 6′ x 8′. Mixed Media on Concrete with Steel Bars

Mexican Artist Ricardo Lowenberg exhibits his impressive large painting Frida Tehuana. Lowenberg says about his inspiration for his paintings: “The Kahlo family and my grandparents from mother side were neighbors at Coyoacan, México. My curiosity for knowing more about Frida gradually grew. When later I began to understand better her Art, my admiration for her became stronger. I studied her artworks and her biographies comparing them with what my mother or grandmother had said…”

La Tehuana. Mixed Media

Artist participating include recognized career and emerging creators, such as Fine Art Photographers: Anoukart that contrasts perfect focused colorful images on a black background to produce maximum visibility, accentuating the depicted subject at the center.

Sunrise

Deladonne that with his quick eye, fantastic composition and a clever dominion of his artistic media takes us on his visual odyssey all over the streets of Miami and other worldwide destinations.

Above the Umbrellas. Metallic Print Mounted on Non-Glare Plexiglas. 48″ x 72″

Laura Jane Petelko photographic Soft Stories Series search beauty and emotion in landscapes with characters dressed on animal costumes acting as passionate human beings in a theatrical action merged with the most exquisite technique to obtain perfection.

The First Time You Were in My Dream. Print on Metallic Paper, Mounted on Non-Glare Plexiglas. 48″ x 72″

Marking a fusion of Abstract and Figurative: David Disko depicts landforms like a cartographer, architect, and designer, taking apart landscape, re-assembling it, creating objects and images that tell a story, a personal experience or are about light, the passage of time, place depictions by legend or account.

Arrangement of Aerial Images. Graphite, Enamel on Oil on Canvas. 60″ X 54″

Amber Warren composes colors, shapes, and forms in artworks representing real or non-real objects, shapes interacting in endless combinations to achieve new meanings, themes and styles, using resin, paste, metal or paper.

Untitled. 48″ x 48″. Mixed Media on Paper Enclosed in Plexiglass.

Kelly Fischer artworks leave an imprint on the soul when color forces us to see things differently and impacts the viewer. She is inspired by traveling in city streets, country roads, mountain passes, and the ocean.

Street Art Avenue B1. Acrylic on Canvas. 72″ x 72″

Louis Atelouis based on his style of intuitive painting successively developed his new “Pleat-Art – Technology” creating his new own style works mainly on canvases that have been folded several times, in several layers of paint.

Eisland. Oil/Mixed Media on Canvas. 78″ x 54″ x 2″

Collazo Collection by Gabriel Collazo and wife Angela Brooks embeds love through words, emblems and actions, while symbols of love are scattered across the surface of their Art, the love starts deeper: within the canvas itself. They aim to remind that the need for Love is what we all have in common.

Ruach. Mixed Media on Wood. 84″ x 72″

The Geometric Abstract artworks by Luis Kaiulani develop fluidity, mindfulness, and color, his Art is unique by its own, expressed in sculptures, paintings and art objects that focus on line and color. All the selected Artists have exhibited in Art Fairs, Public Spaces or at Museums and have received awards, some of their artworks are in Collections in the USA or abroad.

1969. Gold Flat Shape. Aluminum Sculpture

FAIR LOCATION
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, New York 10011

VIP OPENING SCHEDULE
Platinum First View | Thurs | Mar 7 | 3:00PM – 6:00PM
Invitation or Platinum VIP card for entry
VIP | Press Preview | Thurs | Mar 7 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM
Invitation or VIP card holders and Press only

PUBLIC SHOW HOURS
Fri | Mar 8 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Sat | Mar 9 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Sun | Mar 10 | 11:00AM – 7:00PM

ADMISSION
Platinum First View | Thurs | $150
General VIP | Thurs | $100
Public | Fri – Sun | $25
Senior + Student* | $15

About Scope New York
The 19th edition of SCOPE New York returns to its Chelsea location at Metropolitan Pavilion. Known for presenting groundbreaking contemporary work, SCOPE New York will welcome 60 international exhibitors at its centrally-located venue. In addition, SCOPE will continue its legacy of critically-acclaimed VIP Programming with strategic partnerships, a focused schedule of events, and talks.
The first fair to run concurrent with The Armory Show, SCOPE New York’s spirit of innovation has consistently forged the way for emerging artists and galleries. Attuned to nuances in the market and itself an influential force in the cultural sphere, SCOPE continues to usher in a new vision of the contemporary art fair.
SCOPE New York opens on Thursday, March 7, 2019, with the Platinum First View and VIP & Press Preview, and will run through Sunday, March 10, 2019.

About Contemporary Art Projects USA Headquartered in Miami, Contemporary Art Projects USA (http://www.contemporaryartprojectsusa.com), is dedicated to nurturing new contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for emerging artists and curators. Their mission is focused on promoting art appreciation within the international community, to inspire and assist with the process of the art collection, and to generate resources that support artists’ creative endeavors through art awareness, artist promotion, and art procurement. They work with the best minds in the industry and share their experience and passion for marketing the arts, culture, and entertainment. From Biennials and gala auctions to exhibitions and major international art fairs, Contemporary Art Projects USA has the experience, innovation, and creativity to engage audiences through inspired campaigns.

For More Information
Tata Fernandez, Executive Director
Mariavelia Savino, Curator
Contemporary Art Projects USA
13899 Biscayne Blvd. Suite #302 North Miami Beach, FL 33181 786-262-5886 info@contemporaryartprojectsusa.com
www.contemporaryartprojectsusa.com

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