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ART SCENE NEWSLETTER: DOWNTOWN FAIR & MAKING IT

April 23, 2014

Good Morning! After a nice relaxing week and a half, Art Scene Newsletter has returned with two exciting news:

 

INAUGURAL DOWNTOWN FAIR HAS COME TO NEW YORK

A new art fair is making it’s début in New York City. Downtown Fair, a new modern and contemporary art fair produced by Art Miami, is marking its inaugural debut next month on May 8-11, 2014 during Frieze Week.

There is an invitation only High-Tea VIP Preview from 2 – 5pm, Thursday, May 8. This is the First View for invited VIP collectors and accredited members of the Press, and welcomes collectors, art enthusiasts, curators and international visitors through Sunday, May 11.

Downtown has chosen fifty international galleries such as Accola Griefen Gallery in New York, Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach, Flowers in London, Nicholas Metivier Gallery in Toronto to Galerie von Braunbehrens in Munich. Works from 600 artists from 35 countries will also be on display.

The Downtown Fair will complement the Frieze Art Fair, offering all Frieze VIP cardholders complimentary admittance to the fair, as well as a courtesy shuttle service to and from the Frieze Ferry, which is located just 10 blocks away on 35th street.

Where: Downtown Armory/68 Lexington Avenue @ 25th Street/New York City

You can visit www.downtownfair.com for more information on tickets, VIP, application, even contact information.

 

 

MAKING IT

I was browsing around online, when I came across this documentary, Making It, from another art blogging site, Illustration Age.

As it states on their website makingitpictures.com:

“MAKING IT” is a Art Documentary about the daily struggles of making a living, staying creative, and making it all up as we go along. The Documentary features three Illustrators, Andrew Bawidamann, Eric Fortune, and Brian Ewing.

This documentary gives you a peek at what each of these artists at how they achieved their goals, what pushes them, and where they see themselves.

Don’t know when the documentary comes out, but I do know I want to see it. We’ll just keep checking their website for more information.

Come back this weekend for At the Museum and I have something to share with you guys too. Enjoy your Wednesday and be blessed always!

 

 

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