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This spring in NYC we recommend Jean-Michel Basquiat Drawing - Work from the Schorr Family Collection at Acquavella Galleries through June 13th.  18 East 79th Street.  The gallery hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Galerie Swanström will exhibit the painting titled MISS MALALA by the female street artist, gilf! Please join us at the gallery in SoHo for a cocktail reception on Monday, July 15 from 6 to 8 pm. 136 Sullivan Street, 3rd Floor, New York City.    
A portion of the sale of this painting will be donated by the artist to the MALALA FUND http://www.malalafund.org
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GALERIE SWANSTROM exhibits at SCOPE ART SHOW | BASEL, SWITZERLAND | JUNE 10-16 | Booth B16
Renowned for presenting the most innovative galleries, artists and curators; SCOPE Art Shows in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons.
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A N N E   L I L L Y  
interactive kinetic sculpture

TEMPORAL TINCTURE    

a solo exhibition 

Thursday, April 18 

5 to 9 PM

136 Sullivan Street, 3rd floor
(W. Houston + Prince St.)


 

Anne Lilly, (detail) Chiasmus, 25" x 25" x 25", machined stainless steel, 2013

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Galerie Swanström

 presents

A N N E   L I L L Y

interactive kinetic sculpture

T E M P O R A L   T I N C T U R E 

a solo exhibition

Friday, March 22, noon to 5 PM

Reception with the artist:  5 to 8 PM


ANNE LILLY, (detail) The Hole of Rose's Heart,
18" x 18" x 25", machined stainless steel, 2013

GALERIE SWANSTRÖM

136 SULLIVAN ST. 3rd Floor

(between Prince and West Houston St.)

NYC 10012

+1.347.326.3259

Galerie Swanström is pleased to exhibit at the SCOPE Art Show NYC 2013, Booth H-08. SCOPE is celebrated as the premier launching pad for contemporary art, join us for First View on Wedensday March 6th from 3 to 9 p.m. VIP and Press only -  $100 donation at the door.  Proceeds benefit THE SCOPE FOUNDATION.

 

Galerie Swanström is pleased to exhibit works by female street artist GILF! and interactive kinetic sculpture artist Anne Lilly at the SCOPE Art Show at Art Basel Miami Beach 2012, Booth H30. Celebrated as the premier launching pad for contemporary art, SCOPE Miami will run concurrent with Art Basel Miami, December 4 – 9th, 2012 at N.E. 36th St and Midtown Blvd.

Interactive Kinetic Sculpture

Eleven Miles Above Virgin

by Anne Lilly


'The ART of Comedy' Gallery Crawl - November 8th

As a pre-New York Comedy Festival event, The Art of Comedy presents a Gallery Crawl in SoHo and the LES on Thursday, Nov. 8th to include artist Ron English at Opera Gallery, 115 Spring Street; gilf! at Galerie Swanström, 136 Sullivan Street, 3rd Floor; and Hanksy at Krause Gallery, 149 Orchard Street.

Oh Yeah!  by gilf! 

The artist gilf! depicts herself as The Statue of Liberty in the painting titled Oh Yeah?
which discusses Americans ‘drinking the Kool-Aid’ (so to speak) as our
government, corporations, and police forces may take advantage of a
complacent society. The hand written text quoted in the background is taken
from a speech given by Aldous Huxley in 1962.

From November 7-11th, the duration of the NY Comedy Festival, work by Ron English, gilf! and Hanksy will be on display inside of Carolines on Broadway (1626 Broadway), the legendary Times Square comedy venue.

Galerie Swanström presents

 

Join us for a private gathering at the gallery Wednesday, Oct. 24th from 6 to 8 p.m.  Kindly RSVP:  allison@artscoutmedia.com

 

Galerie Swanström presents

 

Join us for an intimate gathering at the gallery Tuesday, June 26th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 


Wendy Richmond: Navigating the Personal Bubble

Visual artist, writer, and educator Wendy Richmond documents and exposes how portable digital technology creates mobile zones of privacy—what the artist calls “personal bubbles”—that change the social experience of being in public. Using photography, video, and interactive media, she documents and exposes, as she wrote in a New York Times column, “the steady and mundane urban choreography that we all perform together.”

Friday, May 25 through Sunday, November 4, 2012

Museum of Art  Rhode Island School of Design

 

 

March 9 - March 11, 2012 view Joe Iurato's large scale, 20x8 foot mural at THE FOUNTAIN ART FAIR, NYC

Fountain is an exhibition of avant garde artwork in New York during ADAA Armory week.

Location:

69th Regiment Armory
68 Lexington Avenue @ 25th Street
March 9 - March 11, 2012
View or Download directions here

Hours & Special Events

Friday, March 9, 7pm–11pm – Artlog presents: Public Opening Night Reception, Fab 5 Freddy (DJ set)
Saturday, March 10, 7–11pm – Art For Progress presents: Saturday Night Party and a night of multimedia art
General Hours: Saturday, March 10 & Sunday, March 11, 1pm–7pm

Tickets:
$10 day pass / $15 weekend pass at the door

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Galerie Swanström, a new boutique gallery located in the heart of SoHo, will host a private opening this March  featuring work by celebrated street artists Billi Kid and Joe Iurato. 


GALLERY HOURS
PLEASE PHONE/TEXT (347) 326-3259 in advance of your visit:
Gallery hours are Wednesday and Thursday, 1PM to 6 PM
And by appointment.  For additional information about the gallery and this exhibit, email Beth Swanström at Gallerist@ArtScoutTV.com

LOCATION
Galerie Swanström
136 Sullivan Street (between West Houston and Prince St.)
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10012
gallerist@artscouttv.com
 
 
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'BREAKING AND ENTERING is a demonstration of UR New York’s vast range and ability to continuously produce groundbreaking urban inspired art. Artists Michael Baca - aka “2ESAE” and Fernando Romero aka “SKI” are committed to “breaking and entering” into the mainstream –“letting their art loose on the world, all the while breaking the status quo and entering the art world on their own terms”– offering a synergy of intensely personal and colorful works of art with an amazingly beautiful and compelling yet universal appeal.' www.popinternational.com/pop.news  December 1st - 15th; 2412 North Miami Ave (@24th Street) • Miami, FL 33127

Innovator, artist and curator Billi Kid is combining forces with Sushi Samba at ArtBasel Miami 2011 - Graffiti Gone Global fifth consecutive exhibition of urban contemporary art and design is running parallel to Art Basel Miami Beach.  This year’s show presents the designs of famed architect Marc Fornes, accomplished designer and architect Volkan Alkanoglu, creative artist and curator Billi Kid, innovative digital agency Branger_Briz and the work of other prominent artists who have challenged and continue to challenge the status quo in urban contemporary art and design. The inventiveness that permeates their respective processes of design – from their original visions to the unique methodologies they employ in the fabrication of their work – reflect the philosophy upon which GGG was founded. www.gggexhibit.com

The Rotunda Space
3252 NE 1St Avenue, Suite 101
Midtown Miami, FL, 33137

 

Artist Joe Iurato is heading to Miami for Art Basel Dec 1 through the 5th where he’ll be part of The Underbelly Project, Graffiti Gone Global, and Fountain exhibits.'  The Underbelly Project '.... fashioned to simulate the rawness of the abandoned station four stories beneath the bustle of New York City, the exhibit will attempt to capture the experience of artists’ that were invited leave their creative mark four stories beneath the city streets. The show will feature video footage of artists at work, still documentation, as well as recorded sounds heard in the tunnel.'  www.joeiurato.com

After a studio visit with artist Joe Iurato, we'll be featuring some of his most powerful paintings, here at my gallery, Galerie Swanström, beginning December 3rd.  So if you cannot get to ArtBasel, MIAMI - you can certainly visit SoHo to have a first hand look. Iurato's style as exemplary, contemporary portaiture at its finest. Here is a peek...  December 3, 2011 

 

We're heading to South Beach for ArtBasel MIAMI and Graffiti Gone Global - Looking forward to seeing you there!  -  December 2011

Past Events

ArtScout, Beth Swanström and social strategist Lou Sagar, co-chair PONGTOPIA!'s live art auction with Lark Mason of Antiques Road Show and igavelauctions.com featuring graffiti inspired Ping Pong tables!  -  November 2011

BERLIN uncovered:  ArtScout visits art fairs BERLINER LISTE and PREVIEW, discovering work by Marc Fromm - September 2011

ArtScout TV features THE DOORS PROJECT and EAMES INSPIRATION footage at The Int'l Contemporary Furniture Fair, JAVITZ CENTER, NYC - May 2011

Friday
Mar152013

Proud to be included! ArtScout® featured in Origin Magazine, March issue.

 
Read the full digital version of the issue below (Top Creatives: pages 28-29):
Monday
Feb252013

SCOPE NYC 2013

We're enthusiastic to be included to exhibit at SCOPE NEW YORK this March 6-10.  Back by popular demand  the gallery will  feature interactive kinetic steel sculptures by Anne Lilly, and bold statement-art stenciled paintings by the quickly emerging street artist gilf!

(above) Gaslit Hypnotists, 2012, 48 x 96 inches, spray paint and marker on black dibond, original by gilf!

Let us know in advance if you'd like to join us for the VIP and Press First View on:

Wednesday, March 6: 3–9pm at the SCOPE NY Pavillion - Skylight at Moynihan Station -312 West 33rd Street

Otherwise the schedule is as follows:

Thursday, March 7: 11am - 8pm
Friday, March 8: 11am - 8pm
Saturday, March 9: 11am - 8pm
Sunday, March 10: 11am - 7pm

eleven miles 2010 from Anne Lilly on Vimeo

 

 

 

(left)Sisamnes' Thongs, 2012, stainless steel kinetic sculpture, 8x55x55 (right)Aristotle, 2006, stainless steel kinetic sculpture, 21x9x9, both sculptures by Anne Lilly

 

 

Thursday
Nov292012

GALERIE SWANSTRÖM at SCOPE Art-Show MIAMI 

Galerie Swanström is pleased to exhibit interactive kinetic sculpture by artist Anne Lilly and paintings by female street artist GILF! at the upcoming SCOPE Art Show at Art Basel Miami Beach 2012, Booth H30. Celebrated as the premier launching pad for contemporary art, SCOPE Miami will run concurrent with Art Basel Miami, December 4 – 9th, 2012 at N.E. 36th St and Midtown Blvd.

Interactive Kinetic Sculpture by Anne Lilly

 

Eleven Miles Above Virgin, 2010, 19 x19x 19 inches, stainless steel interactive kinetic sculpture, ed. 6/6

 

A Clover, and One Bee, 2012, 19 x 19 x 19 inches, stainless steel interactive kinetic sculpture, ed. of 6

Interactive kinetic sculpure artist Anne Lilly uses carefully engineered motion to shift and manipulate our perception of time and space. Her highly ordered and precisely constructed interactive sculptures move in strikingly organic, fluid and mesmeric ways.

 

Ixion, 2006, stainless steel, approximate dimensions 23x23x23 video: https://vimeo.com/19937016

Anne Lilly was awarded the Blanche E. Colman grant in 2011, and in 2010 was nominated for James and Audrey Foster Prize of Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art. She has created public artworks for the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, the City of Boston’s ParkArts program, and the Fort Point Public Arts Series. Her work was included in the 2007 DeCordova Annual Exhibition, in Lincoln, MA, has been collected by the DeCordova Museum, the Middlebury College Museum of Art, and is held in corporate and private collections internationally. Through competitive selection in 2005 she was awarded a public commission for a large-scale sculpture on the Boston Harbor. The Boston Globe named her 2003 FPAC exhibition one of the ten best exhibits of the year. In 2012 Lilly will be artist-in-residence at the Art Institute of Boston.

 

There's a Certain Slant of Light, 2007, 23 x12x12x12 inches, stainless steel interactive kinetic sculpture


As the subject in a feature article purblished in ARTINFO on this year's presidentail election day, GILF!’s paintings boldly confront challenges facing contemporary societies.

When It Rains, It Pours

When It Rains It Pours addresses isolation in a time of financial crisis, reflecting upon an America where we spend frivolously on status symbols while we still struggle to pay our rents and mortgages. The "Fake it ‘til you make it" ideal embedded into our consumerist society should cause us to pause; instead spurs people to rack up debt and fall into further financial disrepair. The character is swathed in brand names and luxury items, gold coins fall from her purse – as she continues on without care or notice.

 

Miss Malala

Miss Malala, 2012, 40 x 20 inches, spray paint on black dibond, edition of 3

In the wake of the horrific shooting of school student and education activist, Malala Yousafzain, in Pakistan.  The Arabic text reads:  Knowledge is the Deadliest Weapon.

 

 Oh Yeah!

Oh Yeah? by gilf! 2012, 30 x 22 inches (also offered larger scale: 45 x 33 inches) spray paint on dibond, editions of six.

In the painting Oh Yeah!, the artists depicts herself as The Statue of Liberty in the painting titled Oh Yeah? which discusses Americans ‘drinking the Kool-Aid’ as our government, corporations, and police forces may take advantage of a complacent society. The hand written text quoted in the background is taken from a speech given by Aldous Huxley in 1962.

 

 

 The Big Swim

The Big Swim, 2011, spray paint on diebond, formerly available 33 x 45 inches, and 23 x 30 inches - both editions of six have been sold.  ** An edition of 50 prints will be available shortly.

 

The Big Swim addresses global climate change by depicting polar bears wearing child-like floatation devices. The artist explains, "As glacial ice caps continue to melt at exponential rates, polar bears spend extended periods of time at sea searching for food. Swimming floaties, which kept me from drowning as a child, are here to aid in their travels."

 

 

Tuesday
Nov062012

The Swing State and ARTINFO's feature 'GILF! Out the Vote: The Brooklyn Street Artist on Her Enigmatic Political Work'

Gaining momentum in the art world the artist gilf! continues to broaden the reach of her street art through collaboration in the NY Comedy Festival, a recent solo exhibition in SoHo, and her participation in SCOPE Art Show this December.  A feature article published today, Election Day, in ARTINFO (link below) shares the artists views on politics, why she chooses the street as her canvas of choice, and the backstory on the name gilf!

The Swing State by gilf!  2012, 33x45 inches, spray paint on dibond, original

"The Swing State discusses how money has fully infiltrated our voting processes.  From Citizen's United ruling in 2010 by the supreme court, to voting machines in teh swing state of Ohio which are owned and operated by a company with strong financial ties to Mitt Romney to the ever present discussion of the consequences of a candidate accepting large donations in turn to pass legislation that appeases the donor.  The political game is a dirty one, adding money to it makes it filthy."  gilf!

http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/838835/gilf-out-the-vote-the-brooklyn-street-artist-on-her-enigmatic

Monday
Nov052012

NY Comedy Festival presents The ART of COMEDY SoHo + LES Gallery Crawl 

The Art of Comedy presents a Gallery Crawl in SoHo and the LES on Thursday, Nov. 8th to include artist Ron English at Opera Gallery, 115 Spring Street; gilf! at Galerie Swanström, 136 Sullivan Street, 3rd Floor; and Hanksy at Krause Gallery, 149 Orchard Street.  

From November 7-11th, the duration of the NY Comedy Festival, work by Ron English, gilf! and Hanksy will be on display inside of Carolines on Broadway (1626 Broadway), the legendary Times Square comedy venue.

The Colonel by gilf!  2011, 25x22 inches, spray paint on dibond, edition of 6. 

This painting was created to shed light on and pke fun at the nasty practices of many fast food chains.  Genetically modified food is ever present in our daily lives here in America.  (Yet it has been oulawed in Europe, South America, and even China.) 

Who's in Control?  by gilf!  2012, 36 x 45 inches, spray paint on diebond, original (detail)


In the poignant painting titled Who’s in Control?, the letters around the dial of
the birth control package — usually indicating the days of the week for each pill
— have been replaced to literally spell out: “Why are crotchety old men
deciding what is right for women’s bodies?” The artist uses a birth control
package as a visual metaphor to call attention to the bias apparent at a Capitol
Hill hearing on women’s health addressing President Obama's mandate that
health insurers provide contraception; the hearing was led by an all-male panel
and no women were called to testify.

Virtually Real by gilf! 2011, 23x30 inches, spray paint on diebond, edition of six.