Contemporary Art Projects USA| Press Release Art Santa Fe 2017 | Booth #205

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Miami, May 30, 2016– Contemporary Art Projects USA/Gallery announces its return to ART Santa Fe at the Prime Fair Location, Booth #205; as the fair celebrates its seventeenth successful year this summer July 13-16, 2017, when galleries from around the world will once again offer an outstanding overview of modern and contemporary art. Designated as one of UNESCO’s Creative Cities, Santa Fe is a globally familiar art destination. The city claims the second largest art market in the United States, and draws scores of national and international visitors. The Wall Street Journal’s Smart Money magazine recently noted: “Santa Fe is dotted with.

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MDC West Campus Gallery Exhibition|The Museum of Contemporary Art + Design | in Collaboration with Contemporary Art Projects USA |Chris Delias|Austria|First Solo Show in USA curated by Mariavelia Savino

For immediate release: Miami, May 5, 2017 Contact: Tata Fernandez, Executive Director Contemporary Art Projects USA info@contemporaryartprojectsusa.com   Miami Dade College West Campus Gallery – under the umbrella of The Museum of Contemporary Art + Design, and in collaboration with Contemporary Art Projects USA – will host the first Solo Exhibition of Austrian Contemporary Artist, Chris Delias titled: #CityofLife.  The exhibit will be curated by Mariavelia Savino, Contemporary Art Projects USA’s Chief Curator, and held at West Gallery, 3800 N. W. 115 Avenue in Doral, Florida. The opening reception will take place on May 18, 2017, at 11:00 am. Exhibition:                   #CityLife.

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Fu Wenjun : Creating Art and Preserving Tradition

“Illusory Metamorphoses” by Chinese conceptual photographer Fu Wenjun, is a series which explores faith, life and death, existence and illusion, present and future.  Wenjun combines photographs of the iconic Dazu stone sculptures, with x-rays of the human skeleton.  The results of which are printed on Rongchang, a type of grass cloth which has become all but extinct.   Mr. Wenjun uses Rongchang grass cloth as a commentary on the “contemporary transformation of intangible culture”.  The cloth, used in China for thousands of years, has fallen out of fashion and is rapidly disappearing from the public eye in favor of more modern materials.  Fu Wenjun hopes.

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