"Affinità e Contrasti" organized by StudioArTe Carapostol will be the first event to open the Venetian art season. The exhibition will be held in Venice January 6 to 13, 2012 in Scoletta of St. John the Baptist.
Vernissage Friday January 6th at 5.30 pm with the famous" Oste" and sabre d'or ambassador Mauro Lorenzon owner of the Enoiteca Mascareta in Venice
SoHo, October, 2011
*NEW YORK, NY –– *Basak Malone LLC is pleased to announce the up-coming group exhibition “Departure” opening on October 1st at 7:00 pm at Ward Nasse Gallery.
Curator Basak Malone’s project ‘Departure’ sets 10 artists into motion questioning how to let go. “Letting go” is what we are left to reconcile with and this is where we are asked to make a leap continuously and impromptu.
Departure artists: Jennifer Contini Enderby, Knut Peter Hoffmann, Eva Buchrainer, , Martine Cyr, Maria Luisa Imperiali , Anna Kajsa Alaoui , Nino Korinteli, Marianne Liegl, Georgeta Stefanescu, Melih Ozuysal and Anna VanMatre will be on the view between October 1-30, 2011.
Address:178 Prince Street (Btw. Thompson and Sullivan)
“Departure from pretentiousness. Passage out of mediocracy. Good-bye to black/white-seeing. Farewell to dulled-out love. Escape from hypocrisy. Separation from bad faith. Vacation from hierarchy. Deviation from the expected. Innovation to the unknown. Shift of rules. Variation into live music. Wandering in the clouds. Outgoing for the embrace. Initial motion from slavery. Last exit to Brooklyn*. Hasta la Vista baby. Adieu mon amour. Kick the habit. Removing of the shells. Dissapear into the sunset. Point of embarkation. Winging one’s flight. Leaving the past. Exception to the norm. Avoidance as a strategy. Difference of beauty. Prevention from the inevitable. Annihilation of being. Cessation of debris. Collapse of failure. Oblivion to taste. Dying…Contrasting life. Exodus. Liberation from duality. Distinction of meaningfulness.
Departure of the artistry… ”
*In reference to ”Last Exit to Brooklyn Bridge” drama film based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr. , directed by Uli Edel and starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, 1989.
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