For immediate release: Contact: Fatima Canovas firstname.lastname@example.org CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECTS USA HOSTED BY REDWOOD MEDIA GROUP/SPECTRUM MIAMI ART AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT NOV 30 – DEC 4 | 2016 CONCURRENT WITH ART BASEL MIAMI WEEK VIP OPENING November 30 | 6-10PM Miami, September 2016- Contemporary Art Projects USA has announced its participation in Spectrum Miami Art Fair 2016 with a curated project. The fair, situated in the Art and Entertainment District, an emerging urban residential artsy neighborhood connecting The Wynwood Arts District and the Design District to Downtown Miami during America’s largest international art fair week. Spectrum Miami 2016 will be adjacent to Red Dot Art Fair.
As Art Santa Fe 2016 came to a close, Tata Fernandez – Miami based Contemporary Art Project USA’s Executive Director – boarded the plane back home with a second very well deserved recognition for the gallery’s excellent art fair participation record of exquisitely curated booths and innovative projects in less than a year: “The 2016 Director’s Award”…To Read Complete Article..
Jorge Cavelier, Colombian Artist – represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA in Miami, Florida – has been invited to create and exhibit, “Horizons: Among the Cloud Forest”, the “Special Project Art Santa Fe” installation that will be curated by Silvia Medina, Contemporary Art Projects USA’s Chief Curator; and Linda Mariano, Curator and Managing Director of Marketing, Redwood Media Group. The artist renders his exquisite paintings by employing the Italian old masters’ techniques for preparing his canvases and carefully choosing the highest quality paints in the world to bring his mesmerizing pieces to life. Artist’s Statement: Thoughts from within Between two worlds life hovers like a.
The Santa Fe Children’s Museum will partner with Art Santa Fe 2016 as well as promote the Art Lab 2 and the fair to their visitors and through their social media circles. This exciting project – coordinated by Linda Mariano, and curated by Silvia Medina – will take place each day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 p.m. during the duration of the Fair. Award-Winning Author, Kelly Fischer, has created and adapted a special lab project for Art Santa Fe 2016 titled: “Art through the Lens of a Child”; which derives from her beautifully illustrated children’s book: “The Most Beautiful Color of All”. The goal of.
Contemporary Art Projects USA is returning for second time to Art Santa Fe 2016. The Gallery will be showcasing a selected group of contemporary artists curated by Silvia Medina, Chief Curator, that includes as: Invited Artist Kelly Fischer, Switzerland, she will exhibit her master piece, “Horizon”, honoring the theme of the Fair within her Solo Show. Chris Delias/Austria Alfredo Martinez/Venezuela Ana Maria Nava/Venezuela Claudia Ramos|Mexico Daniela Sierra|Guatemala Eliel Perez|Puerto Rico Ernie Barreto|Cuba Gary Traczyk|USA Henrik Welle|Germany Jan Dee Gordon|USA Kyoko Matsuyama|Japan Lorena Fernandez|Colombia Michele A. Utley Voigt|USA Miquel Salom|Spain Rajvi Dedhia Unadkat|India Robin Apple|Iphonography|USA Rosaria AESTUS Vigorito William Stalhuth|Venezuela
We cordially invite to all art collectors and art lovers to explore an amazing array of contemporary and modern art this July 7–10 at Art Santa Fe, taking place at the gorgeous Santa Fe Community Convention Center. Celebrating 16 years this summer, Art Santa Fe features extraordinary artwork from local, national, and international artists and galleries, as well as specially curated show programming, live entertainment, and other exclusive events. Join us and be the first to see our curated exhibition by Silvia Medina inspired on the theme of the Fair “what’s on the [HORIZON] at Art Santa Fe. FOR COMPLIMENTARY VIP PASSES PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE BELOW.
Contemporary Art Projects USA Magazine | Vol 1 |Art Santa Fe 2016 edited by Art Daily News International Magazine Contemporary Art Projects USA Magazine|Vol 1 |Art Santa Fe 2016, edited by Art Daily News International Magazine, is a special edition catalog showcasing emerging, mid-careers and established artists at VIP Booth #405; as well as two special Art Lab Projects taking place at designated locations thru the Fair. The Project is directed by Tata Fernandez, Executive Director and curated by Silvia Medina, Chief Curator, Contemporary Art Projects…
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Anrika Rupp, born in New York, lives in Miami and Caracas, Venezuela. A Columbia University School of Engineering, Bachelor of Science, she also studied Communications Design at Parsons School of Design, New York. Exhibited at European or American fairs, galleries and institutions, her Art is in collections worldwide. Anrika merges Art with Science. In mathematics, a permutation arranges members of a set in sequence or order. Rupp studied the phenomena moving forward to create a trademark for her own Phermutations program. She says: “Atoms interact without divulging the secret of what we call life and why certain combinations result in a living being and others.
CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECTS USA announces its participation in Spectrum Indian Wells Art Show’s Debut Thursday, March 17th to Sunday March 20th, 2016 Opening reception: Thursday March 17th from 5 to 9 pm With the loyal support of Artists, Media Partners, Curators, and Collectors, Contemporary Art Projects USA will be participating in the brand new four-day Spectrum Indian Wells cutting-edge art fair in the Coachella Valley region of Southern California; sponsored by UBS Financial Services. The Fair – featuring a fantastic roster of top galleries and artists – will take place in conjunction with the final weekend of the renowned BNP Paribas Open, which drew over 456,000 affluent tennis fans.
Contemporary Art Projects USA will be participating in the inagural edition of Spectrum Indian Wells cutting-edge art fair in the Coachella Valley region of Southern California; sponsored by UBS Financial Services. Under the curatorial guidance of Silvia Medina, Chief Curator, the Gallery, Booth #401, will feature: CHIRS DELIAS|Austria|Invited Artist Solo Show #City of Life According to Silvia Medina, Chief Curator of Contemporary Art Projects USA, Mr. Deliasis Delias is a true artist in the making; someone who is as passionate when he interacts with his work as he is when he does so with the world around him – the characters that populate his paintings.
LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING FORWARD!!! With the great support of Artists, Media Partners, Curators and Collectors, Contemporary Art Projects USA was a success during its participation for the past three years at Art Palm Beach. This year, the fair will return celebrating the 19th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 20-24, 2015 with a Preview Collectors’ Evening on Wednesday, January 20th. Art Palm Beach Art Fair is Florida’s most established long running mid-winter international contemporary and modern art fair founded by Lee Ann and David Lester in 1997. Over 85 international galleries and partnering art institutions will be.
Contemporary Art Projects USA has the pleasure of requesting your company to join us for the 19th Edition of Art Palm Beach.. Our Gallery will be located at Booth #106 featuring our Invited Artist “Luis Alberto Hernandez”/Venezuelan Master. PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO ACQUIRE PASSES..
Contemporary Art Projects USA will be part of the 19th Edition of Art Palm Beach Art Fair. Under the curatorial guidance of Silvia Medina, Chief Curator, the Gallery, Booth #106, will feature the following artists. Invited Artist|Venezuelan Master|Luis Alberto Hernandez/Venezuela Series Nomada Luis Alberto Hernández (b. 1950, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela) has studied in depth sacred traditions such as occult philosophy, spiritual legacies, initiatory experiences, and alchemy, Divine symbols that have given great spiritual insight throughout his artistic reflection. His artistic idea enters different modes of religious expression, to end in a metaphor of the sacred that he has agreed to be defined as a.
Brian Blount, born in Tickbite, NC, resides today in Santa Fe, NM. During 1970-73, Blount studied at Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME, at Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC, and at North Carolina University, Chapel Hill, NC. In the 1970’s, a significant number of young artists moved to Santa Fe, NC, and Brian Blount was one of them. Blount achieved a nationwide outstanding prestige and success in his career, becoming a leading member of the artistic community in the area. His studio became an artists’ gathering place. To create one of a kind unique and exquisite artwork of diverse size, developed on mixed.
Cristian Coo is a Chilean Artist. To intensify and make deeper his contemporary artistic work, he has set up his workshop on the shores of Lake Rapel, Chile, where the proximity to nature and the experience of sailing, will enhance his artistic creation. After a successful career in the business world, Coo decided to fully dedicate his talent to his creative artistic vocation. His path has been driven by research and experimentation around a theme that constantly interest him: energy as a luminous, immaterial and cosmic phenomenon. Following his main inspiration, he attended programs at the Catholic University of Chile School of Art, where he.
Ricardo Cárdenas is a successful emerging artist born in México. His career is growing as his exhibitions and rising popularity demonstrate. On his artworks Cardenas expresses his feelings and beliefs, connecting in media and technique with his career as a construction engineer. He cleverly uses building materials, such as concrete and steel bars, as his artistic media for his paintings and sculptures. Recently he has exhibited in important Art Fairs in the United States, presented by Contemporary Art Projects USA, such as Art Concept during Art Basel Miami week 2016, in Art Santa Fe, New Mexico, and in Art Palm Beach, in January 2017. In.
Contemporary Art Projects USA, under the direction of Tata Fernandez, Executive/Gallery Director, will be exhibiting in this year´s Art Basel Week at Spectrum Miami 2015; Booth 315 at one of the major satellite fairs located at the Performing Arts District, conveniently located between Midtown and Downtown Miami and in close proximity to major area hotels, restaurants, parking, and other Miami Art Week shows. In the heart of Miami’s Performing Arts District in proximity to powerhouse art shows like Art Basel, Art Miami, Scope, and Untitled —Spectrum showcases innovative new art in an elegant, gallery-style exhibition space. The Project will be curated by Silvia Medina. Ms..
Chris Delias is a true artist in the making; someone who is as passionate when he interacts with his work as he is when he does so with the world around him – the characters that populate his paintings mingling as actively with one another as they do with the imaginary worlds he so deftly paints for them; his inner world and imagination energizing his work from his very early works. His work, reminiscent of Pop Art, is focused on daily urban life – symbolizing the elements of new technologies and social media networks that include: Facebook, WhatsApp, hashtags, and Apple-logo; creating and esthetically unique.
Hugo Diaz, born in San Cristóbal, Táchira State, Venezuela, in 1965, lives in Miami, FL, since 2003. A self-taught artist, he has a degree in Engineering of Computer Systems from the Metropolitan University, Caracas, Venezuela. Diaz also went to several universities to tackle diverse career studies, such as the Cristóbal Rojas School of Art in 1987 and the Faculty of Architecture at the Central University of Venezuela, both in Caracas. As an Artist, Hugo Diaz is an important member of what we could call ‘the new generation of Venezuelan Kinetic Art’. This art is based on the aesthetic of real movement and the virtual in.
Contemporary Art Projects USA has been accepted to exhibit a unique juried fundraising international collaborative – envisioned by visual artist/photographer Maria Fernanda Lairet and embraced and developed by Contemporary Art Projects USA – where 300 hundred national and international artists from Dubai, Japan, Latin America, Switzerland, the United States, will come together to create the “Help-Hope-Nepal Mural” – sponsored by major corporations – to benefit the April 2015 Nepal earthquake victims through the MAITIRERELIEFFUND. The mural will showcase all innovative media including: painting, photography, 3D printing, digital art, and mixed media. The image icon for this mural will be a photograph by Venezuelan artist/photographer, Maria Fernanda Lairet. Contemporary.
Leonardo Di Tomaso is an Italian-Venezuelan Artist specialized in photography. He is a sensitive and human person, with an acute eye for detail, balance, and composition. Di Tomaso cleverly and rapidly captures the exact action, subject and background to portray, expertly selecting to develop it either in color or in B & W. In his series Shopping Cart Society, from which two impressive images are exhibited at Contemporary Art Projects USA Booth 108, Di Tomaso portrays the life side of misery and abandonment. His goal is to move viewers to become aware of it, to understand and share other people’s pain, as well as to.
Adriana Dorta Sáez, born in Caracas, Venezuela, has a bachelor’s degree in Business and studied Visual Arts at the American Art Institute of Miami. From the early age, she developed a high inclination towards the arts inspired by the effects of light through shades and color in the stained glass of France’s old cathedrals, like Chartres and Notre-Dame en Vaux. The artist has said: “… As an adult, I now perceive my paintings as a form of multicolor light through precise lines that reflect the influence of my passion for stained glass and how it reflects the straight lines that move throughout the day. That’s.
Laura Epler is an internationally established contemporary American artist, named one of America’s best-mixed media artists by Adam Kennedy, author, playwright, and producer of the PBS Series American Greatness. Epler is member of Phi Beta Kappa and was awarded a studio art grant at the Parsons School of Design’s Paris Campus. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Cultural and Intellectual History. Recently, her Art was exhibited in Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Cuzco, Toronto, Oakland and in the US cities of Chicago, San Francisco, Berkeley, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Santa Fe. More than two hundred paintings by Epler are in private collections worldwide, including main.
NEW CENTURY LANDSCAPE SERIES Lorena has been the symbol of evolution, and her work is the expression of one who moved from the purely conventional and academic to finding a proposal that would describe the reality of our current century. She was touched by concern over the global system, the warming of our planet, the loss of significance among human beings, concrete buildings, as well as the absence of the romantic landscape we had in the past, in which half of the work dealt with the immensity of the sky; her current creations deal with urban landscape, visual contamination, loss of spaces, turning her horizons.
Kelly Fischer is a Switzerland-based/American born artist. Kelly always creates vibrant multicolored and powerful artworks. The artist says: “The colors that one chooses as an artist, are an unveiling of our creative personality. My intention is to provoke and present evocative artworks that leave an imprint on the soul… Color forces us to see things differently and does have an impact on the viewer… Shades of grey help to grasp and pay attention to line, shadow, and texture. But, the most significant feature is the strength of the piece itself… I developed a passion for painting and storytelling at a young age… Over time paint.
I’m interested in telling stories. Stories and conversations about people I have encountered, romantic relationships, and conversations with my inner self. Stories make history. I think its important to preserve our history. Text is important in my work. I have a love of handwriting. Both my grandmothers had connections in this. One grandmother had impeccable cursive handwriting. The other writes the most beautiful letters full of imagination. A lot of my works take the form of books because I find the book a metaphor for self or body. Other pieces come in the form of small interiors. I have been making light box constructions that.
Ricardo Lowenberg is a renowned Mexican Artist influenced by European Impressionism, as well as by Mexican muralists and masters such as Diego Rivera (1886-1957), David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) and Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Lowenberg says: “The decision of being ourselves is difficult, very few of us have succeeded. To experience fearless, is yet more difficult…” His friend and mentor Jose Luis Cuevas (b. 1934) introduced his exhibition at the Centro Cultural Siqueiros in Mexico City. Lowenberg’s artworks are part of collections in Mexico, USA, Europe, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, and Japan. His elegant and sophisticated abstract paintings, made with subtle textures and tones created.