SCOPE Basel 2018

Arte Ponte shall be exhibiting at this year’s edition of SCOPE Basel at booth A69 and featuring nine emerging, contemporary artists who demonstrate different trends who explore various mediums in contemporary art.

Artists include Julia Dubovyk (USA), Christopher Parrot (USA), Maria Aparici (Spain), Guang Zhu (USA), Jon Rollins(USA), Lori Schouela (USA), Wayne Reynolds (USA), Mihail Tomescu(USA) and Loló Rodriguez (Chile).

Non-representational work artists Jon Rollins and Lori Schouela explore media experimentation. Rollins´ work evolve through oscillations of spontaneous, intuitive movements and methodical structuring, ranging from chance marks to grid layouts. Schouela paintings use playful and sensuous materials such as rose petals to explore and recreate the intangible energies of consciousness.

In contrast, Christopher Parrott, Julia Dubovyk and Mihail Tomescu approach methods of figurative painting. Contemporary internet-driven culture, exhibitionism and voyeurism are significant themes in Parrott´s work while Dubovyk captures the unexpected through rich, deep colors within simple compositions. Tomescu paintings move between image and the objective quality of the surface, using antithetical transitive gestures that attempt to establish a tension between their representational functions and their immanent richness as material with its chromatic and tactile charge.

Artist Guang Zhu studies mathematical formulas and write computer code to express parametric equations. This hybrid experiences built by the preciseness of computing mathematical operations somehow invokes a sense of alienated wonder.

Maria Aparici and Loló Rodriguez project their lives on a white canvas. Aparici creates images that convinces, overwhelms and bewilders with elegance without violence, aggression, without stridencies, that could be contemplated with certain stupor, respect and jealousy. Pop culture, grunge music, hip-hop and street art are the influences of Rodriguez’s work. Rodriguez uses various media to make irony about the conservative and oppressive society in which she grew up in.

Painter Wayne Reynolds works go into deep Space using implied texture supported by complex patterns, color and movement. They represent the energy in the universe with countless particles simultaneously spinning, attracting, and repelling.

 

 

 

 

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FRESH! 2018 “ORDER AND CHAOS: THE WORLD OF THE ENLIGHTNED”19TH JULY – 11TH AUGUST

Artists have always played a role in voicing how the world is seen; they are critics disecting the concepts aesthetics, ideals of beauty, rationalism, tolerance and liberty. How do our artists see the world today? And what can we learn from their viewpoints ?

This years FRESH! Summer show, invites artist working to explore and present their world; to re-.interpret what is considered truth (or not). and reinterpret the realities around us.Artists working in any genre (abstract, surrealism, realism etc), medium and media are welcome to apply.

GUIDELINES

Please read carefully the guidelines before applying here 

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Second round of applications closes 9th June

​Applicants will be notified via email by: June 15th, 2018

FEES

Cost of submission is $40 for up to 3 entries and $5 per every entry thereafter.

Accepted applicants: a hanging fee of a minimum USD 185- to max-USD 500 dependend on wall allocation is applicable upon acceptance.

TO APPLY

Please apply on here

For more information contact Estela at estela@jankossen.com

 

Terms and Conditions of application

The Artist agrees to commit to their application, should they be selected by the committee represented by Arte Ponte Cultural Institute. The artist understand that an initial deposit of USD 500.- as a confirmation fee will be invoiced upon acceptance, to ensure the space/ wall is reserved on behalf of the artist, and will not be given to another applicant. This is fee is deducted from the final invoice. Invoice is issued based on the artist’s wall selection.

Calls to Artists Miami Art Basel Week 2018

THE EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE 4-9 December 2018

Now accepting applications 

Accepted artists are required to pay a USD 500.- confirmation deposit once their participation has been approved, which is deducted from their final invoice.

If you are interested, please fill the application form here
Read the guidelines here before applying:  ARTEPONTE Agreement SCOPE Miami 2018

For more information contact Estela at hello@arteponte.org

Art Fairs

ArtePonte will again participate in SCOPE Miami Beach, December 5-10, 2017.

The 17th edition of SCOPE Miami Beach returns to the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Featuring 140 International Exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities, SCOPE Miami Beach will welcome over 55,000 visitors over the course of 6 days. Amidst an unprecedented outpouring of critical acclaim from press, curators and collectors, and a digital and social media outreach campaign garnering over 450 million impressions, SCOPE Miami Beach is once again poised to lead the charge for emerging contemporary art market.

Abstraction of the Ordinary (photography show)

About the exhibition

The premier show at our new Chelsea gallery location, June 8th – July 8th, 2017. Opening reception Thursday, June 8th

Exhibited artists present a new perspective, a new life to the ordinary by looking through a wider lens; a different angle, by shifting the point of view to present a world of abstraction.

Artists List:

Ajuan Song

Alyssia Lazin

Bobbi McMurry

Manss Aval

Marina Fridman

McCormick Brubaker

Philippe Halaburda

Robert Uricchio

Uma Rani Iyli

Press Release here.

Exhibition Catalogue here.

Important dates

Exhibition Dates June 8th – July 8th, 2017

Opening Reception Thursday, June 8th, 6pm – 8pm.

 

Modern Masters: a look at hyper-realism

About the exhibition

To be held at ARTEPONTE New York gallery premises in Chelsea.

This exhibition showcases classically trained artists who explore contemporary themes and topics but work using traditional methods and techniques.
Exploring the genre of the old master painters, the show presents modern topics and subjects that are relevant today. A remix using traditional techniques with an unexpected and fresh contemporary twist.

Artists List

Gary Aagaard

Erik Clark

Cesar Conde

Michelle Leavitt-Djonlic

Robert Markey

Jan Nelson

Hatidza Mulic

Richard Ostroff

Christopher Parrott

Marek Slavik

Important dates

Exhibition Dates June 15th – July 15th, 2017

Opening Reception Thursday, June 15th, 6pm – 8pm.

 

Link to exhibition catalogue here

Link to the Press Release here

FRESH! Annual Summer Show “Geoform”, 13th July – 18th August New York

About the exhibition

The exhibition will be held at ARTEPONTE New York gallery premises in Chelsea, during 13th July – 18th August 2017. Opening reception: Thursday, July 13th, 6 -6 pm

Celebrating abstract art that is based on the use of geometric forms, sometimes seen as a non-illusionistic space and combined into non-objective (non-representational) compositions, the exhibition Geoform explores the genre of contemporary non-objective abstraction, created using a variety of mediums.

Artists List:

Amy Chan, April Hammock, Atsuko Okamoto, Ben Rosecrans, Blaine Breaux, Blair Martin Cahill, Clark Rendall, Danielle Feldhaker, George Goodrige, Guang Zhu, Jackie Tufford, Jane Lincoln, John Wilson, Jon Merritt. Kyle Yip, Larry Jones, Lisa Fromartz, Monica Delgado, Myoung Su (AKA Sienna) Ko, Patti Samper, Roberta Estes, Russell Bellamy, Ryota Matsumoto, Sabre Esler, Sean Mick, Sharmen Liao, Stacy Lovejoy

Press Release here

Exhibition Catalog here