18.08.20

CALL FOR ENTRIES: UNMASKED: PORTRAITURE IN A PANDEMIC

In this time of isolation and confinement – when we can often see only a portion of another’s face – we are creating this juried exhibition to celebrate faces – and the people behind them. We would also like to examine the ways in which people mask themselves or masquerade. Work can be representational, abstracted, likeness, current, past, psychological, emotional... All media are welcome. The show will be juried by Dr. Kryssi Staikidis, Professor of Art and Design Education at Northern University. The exhibition will run from Oct 28 thru Dec 19, 2020. . Entry fee: $40 for one to three images. $10 for each additional image High school or college students can pay a reduced fee of $25 per 3 entries. application and prospectus: https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/unmasked-portraiture-in-a-pandemic/

Unmasked

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14.08.20

GALERIE KUNSTBROEDERS PARTICIPATES AT THE ARTEXPOSITION AT THE CASTLE OF SANDENBURG IN LANG BROEK THE NETHERLANDS

During the 4th of September till Tuesday 8 Galerie Kunstbroeders participates at the Art Fair at the Castle of Sandenburg in Langbroek in the middle of the Netherlands. In this idyllic environment we participate at the outside fair so visitors can safely enjoy international art of various top artists such as Xie Aige, Zhang Xiang Ming, An Kun and others. For more info pls see our website . www.kunstbroeders.com

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28.07.20

SUBMERGED: FEATURING AMERICA MARTIN, BILLY SCHENCK, GREG MILLER + JANE MAXWELL

On View: August 1st, 2020- September 30th, 2020 JoAnne Artman Gallery 346 N Coast Highway | Laguna Beach, CA 92651 326 N Coast Highway | Laguna Beach, CA 92651 511A West 22nd St. | New York, NY 10011 Contact: JoAnne Artman Telephone: 949-510-5481 | E-mail: joanneartman@aol.com Website: www.joanneartmangallery.com JoAnne Artman Gallery encourages you to dive headfirst into "SUBMERGED," featuring the works of America Martin, Billy Schenck, Greg Miller, and Jane Maxwell. Exploring the relationship between figures and nature, “SUBMERGED” presents water as a psychological space for reflecting upon form, memory, and isolation. Chronicling the story of water across a range of mediums, Martin, Schenck, Miller, and Maxwell detail the physical and emotional transformations of a body submerged in water.

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27.07.20

RESPIRATION(S) NOW!

RESPIRATION(S) NOW! ONLINE EXHIBITION JURIED BY ANGELA DAVIS FEGAN Exhibit Dates AUG 28 - SEPT 25, 2020 Deadline: Aug 4, 2020 https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/respirations-now/ At the crux of some of the current crises that the world is enduring right now, is breath: African-Americans are being denied the right to breathe; COVID 19 is attacking lungs; and the lungs of the planet are in need of restoration. Life on our planet is inter-connected. Divisions and exclusions will insure the continued separation of humanity. Together we live, or together we perish. Humans are the problem and the solution. Compassionate, righteous indignation, coupled with action for legislative justice is needed to shape a future that includes racial equality, universal healthcare, and planetary stewardship. $5-50 Donation.

RESPIRATION(S) NOW!

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03.07.20

JOANNE ARTMAN GALLERY OPENS 2ND LOCATION IN LAGUNA BEACH, CA AT 346 N COAST HWY!

JoAnne Artman Gallery proudly announces a new, additional location on gallery row in Laguna Beach at 346 North Coast Highway! This exciting expansion will enable JoAnne Artman Gallery to continue offering the acclaimed and dynamic shows for which it is known, while broadening its development in showcasing further new arrivals and backroom inventory at its flagship Laguna Beach location. Looking to the future, JoAnne Artman is excited to continue delivering thought-provoking exhibitions with exciting and innovative art by some of the world’s best talents in both Laguna Beach and New York. JoAnne Artman Gallery at 346 N Coast Hwy opens July 2020 with How The West Was Won, featuring the work of America Martin, Billy Schenck, and Greg Miller!

JoAnne Artman at 346 N Coast Highway

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