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Dec., 2018 Newsletter
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Sitting in Silence builds confidence and gives us a different way of looking or feeling
about something that might be complicated. It encourages positive exploration for
identity and expression. By providing a space for stillness for self-expression we are
building community with like-mindedness - AND - open-mindedness. YOU can be
anything you want to be in art, YOU are given a new voice. YOU can create change.
MEDITATION for interested Artists, Collectors and Aliens:
SILENCE, the letting go of thoughts
STILLNESS, the letting go of desires
SIMPLICITY, the letting go of self-analysis
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Will BARNET "Summer Idyll" 1976 original sergraph
James Rosenquist, "Reflector"1982 Courtesy of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 2018
Angels on Pinhead
MIAMI: In its 17th annual exhibition a 1957 untitled abstract painting by Sam Francis sold for $6.5 million. With it's celebrity attended events , fashion shows and private dinners the Art Basel Miami Beach fair dominated the greater Miami area in December. Leading galleries from North America, Latin America , Europe, Asia and Africa showed significant work from masters of the Modern and Contemporary, as well as emerging Artists. BASEL ART SHOWS: Art Shows in Basel, Miami Beach and Hong Kong.
According to a list released by Art Basel Miami Beach, 16 works by 14 artists sold for $1 million or more. including: James Rosenquist, Lee Krasner , Sam Francis (untitled 1957/ $6.5 million) George Condo (Listening and Talking $1,2 million). Although it was not reported as sold, we liked Fredy Hadorns' "Made Off".
"Made Off" 2009
David Smith, "Zig 1" 1961
Hauser & Wirth
George Condo "Listening and Talking"
M.Chapel Projects/SPAACES founder Marianne Chapel believes art should be an inclusive experience for all, that galleries and museums have a moral responsibility to the community they serve, not only to educate, but to be all inclusive, both for the viewers and the artists.
"Le Salon Tout Inclus " references the Salon de Refuses which took place in France in 1863. The Paris Salon, sponsored by the French government and the Academy of Fine Arts took place annually and was a showcase of the best academic art. In 1863 the salon jury refused two thirds of the paintings. The rejected artists and their friends protested, Napoleon III , decreed the public should decide and the refused works were displayed in another part of the palace. Journalist Emelie Zola reported visitors pushed to get into the crowded galleries where the paintings were hung; the rooms were full of the laughter of the spectators .Critics and the public ridiculed the refuses, which included such now-famous paintings as Edouard Manet's "Dejeuner sur l'herbe" and James McNeill Whistler's "Symphony in White, No.1: The White Girl".The critical attention legitimized the emerging avant garde in painting.
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We are in the first steps of putting our community together in SIMPLICITY,
Please join us in the SILENCE and STILLNESS
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