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CONTACT: Linda Storm
Santa Fe, NM, New York, NY
505 660 5663
4 2 1 ~ 4 Hands + 2 Cultures = 1 Artist
exhibition & meet the artists
Before Collaboration With Cuba, Pablo and Linda painted together
June 1, 2015 - New Century Artists invites you to 4 2 1, a solo exhibit of paintings created jointly by Cuban artist Pablo Perea and American artist Linda Storm. Together they are four hands, two cultures, one artist.
Exhibition-JUNE 30-JULY 11, 2015 Tuesday through Saturday 11 AM-6 PM at
New Century Artists, 530 West 25th Street, Suite 406, NY, NY. 10001
Two “meet the artists” receptions; JULY 2, 6-8 PM. JULY 11, 12–3 PM
In 2010 Pablo became Linda’s neighbor in a tiny rural town in New Mexico. Their inevitable friendship led Pablo to invite her to paint with him while she mourned the loss of a beloved pet. The result; Fate Up Against Her Will
Their art alludes to Dali, Dr. Seuss, and Georgia O’Keeffe. They now share a studio in Santa Fe, NM which holds about 200 provocative paintings: oil wells rooted to dinosaur bones, corn maidens ascending, trapeze artists with roots....
Link to a Review of their 2014 group exhibit at New Century Artists . http://artefuse.com/2014/08/13/a-new-century-begins-in-chelsea-123496/
Link to interview http://www.artistsuncovered.com/project/linda-storm-artist/
Contact Linda by email email@example.com or phone 505 660 5663
June 10 to July 5, 2014
BRATH AND HUGHES FINE ART PRESENTS
BOUND BY F
(May 20, 2014-New York, NY) On June 10th, 2014 the doors will open at 11am at New Century Artists Gallery located at 530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor - Suite 406, New York, NY 10001, featuring bold, energetic art that is bound together by the letter “F”. Opening Trade Reception is June 12th from 5pm to 8pm. Public Opening Reception is June 14th from 1pm to 5pm. BOUND BY F is Brath and Hughes’s third exhibit presented in New York City and will run from June 10th, 2014 through July 5th, 2014 at New Century Artists in Chelsea, Manhattan.
ABOUT BOUND BY F
Bound By F is a group exhibit of approximately 20 emerging and established artists from New York and Pennsylvania. Exhibiting artists include Barbara Habenstreit, Debra Tritt Kreiger, Denise Nickey, Fern Metcalf, Frederick Swarr, Joyce Coletti, Ken Martin, Linda Billet, Mary Anne Kinsella, Mary Beth Brath, Patricia A. Griffin, Robin George, Steven "Fritz" Weiss, Susan Benigni Landis, Thom Glace, William Loeb and Willie Chu. Each of the artists are bound to the exhibit with artwork linked to the letter “F” such as Florence Italy, Food, Fused Glass, Floral, Feathers, Famous and Feline.
MARY BETH BRATH AND STEVEN “FRITZ” WEISS – CURATORS
Brath and Weiss are passionate about giving exceptional visual artists the opportunity to showcase their work to the public. The curators, artists in their own right, bring together their skills and expertise to present strong group exhibits. BRATH AND HUGHES FINE ART is Mary Beth Brath’s “brick and mortar” gallery outside of Harrisburg PA and is sponsoring the exhibit taking place at New Century Artists Gallery in Manhattan.
For more information on the show, artists and curators, visit www.boundbyf.blogspot.com and on facebook at www.facebook.com/events/1381456468776420/
November 19 to December 7, 2013
Sally Breen and Marilyn Stevenson
Paintings & Photographs
Exhibition “Subconscious Impulses”
“WATERSCAPES” – Artworks by Sally Breen and Marilyn Stevenson. There is
a Closing Reception on Dec. 5th from 6 to 8 p.m. at New Century Artists Gallery
in Chelsea. The exhibit continues through Dec. 7.
On view are paintings and photographs depicting the ever changing East End
“waterscape”. The inspiration for, Sally Breen, based in Water Mill and Marilyn
Stevenson, based in Southampton and NY metro area, is Long Island's east
end, but the images transcend the physical place. In this show, time, setting
and atmosphere are beautifully evoked. Sally Breen's lyrical painting style and
Marilyn's dramatic photographs fill the gallery space with peace and knowing.
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September 03 - 21, 2013
Exhibition “Subconscious Impulses”
Lalo Sanchez Del Valle
The Mexican plastic artist Lalo Sanchez del Valle will open his exhibition “Subconscious Impulses”
on Tuesday 03 September, 2013, at the New Century Artists Art Gallery, 530 W. 25th Street, 4th
Floor, New York, NY 10001.
The show contains 12 paintins of half format on canvas, mixed technique; and 6 esculputues, 3
bronce and 3 mixed media on bowling balls.
Sánchez Del Valle uses a technique which catalogs him as a surrealist and a cubist at the same
time, since he is a city man and that insipires his works.
The artist, born in Mexico City, alumni of the School of Fine Arts in Paris, and the Parson School of
Design and supported by great artistic career, defines his art as something that emerges from his
subconscious and originates spontaneously.
Among his most representative works in this exhibition are “The Trip of the Spirit” and “Spoiled
Girl”, both acrylic on canvas; the bronce sculptures “The Ball Boy” and “Bowling Ball #3”, which
tells a surrealist story that moves on the sphere, leaving it without beginning or end.
His work has been exhibited in Paris, Mexico City and New York, he even participated in a Latin
American colective exhibition at the Maison of the Unesco, in Paris.
Lalo uses an unique technique, based on an spontaneous spoting of the canvas, done in light tones
with acrylic, which beging to take shapes: these shapes are done in different tones thus, layer over
layer, the painting emerges out from within.
Lalo Sánchez del Valle. firstname.lastname@example.org
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May 14th 2013 - June 1st 2013
Group Exhibition, Artists: Deena Ramadan, Shane Boddington, Sara Eisman
New Century Artists, Inc., located in Chelsea, is pleased to announce a group exhibition of work from artists: Deena
Ramadan, Shane Boddington, and Sara Eisman. The exhibition titled “Dimensionalities” is on view from May 14th 2013 -
June1st 2013 with the Opening Reception on May 18th from 3-6pm. In this exhibition, each of the artists explores and
emphasizes various elements of dimension in their work.
About The Work:
With a focus on creating dimensionality in what is thought of as flat, Deena focuses on patterns, traditionally thought to be
flat, highly structured forms mostly used in the decorative arts. She seeks to challenge pattern’s traditional role, throwing it
into spaces of 3 dimensionality and expression. Use of planar forms and overlapping, creates dimensionality within the
designs and allows them to be placed within perceived 3 dimensional spaces in the work. The effects are that viewers will
see pattern shift from plane to plane expressing both flatness and space simultaneously with larger chunks of patterns and
colors used to express real spaces and figures. In other works the use of planes and overlapping creates a sense of depth
and interaction between the forms within a larger cohesive pattern. All works are meant to emphasize a sense of
simultaneous flatness and space to the viewer. Still adhering to overall balance and repetition, works are created organically
by progressively adding lines or forms, each impacting the next addition and then finally coming together as a whole by the
end of the piece.
Shane explores personal thought processes regarding to the two-dimensional and the three-dimensional to investigate the
existence of potential relationships between painting and sculpture, and where the line is drawn. His work also intends to
explore and question personal observations as to what is ‘real’ and what is ‘not. These themes are relevant and intertwined
in present day global issues and are explored as such. The subject matter intends to provide connotations reflective of
certain or particular social, political, capitalistic and economic notions. Chosen materials, or lack thereof, used in the
construction of these pieces are influenced by their theme. Materials are of significant importance to the work and should be
critically analyzed by the viewer as to what is ‘real’, and what is ‘not’.
Sara analyzes dimensionalities through a series of photographs that intended to display the variations of levels in dimension.
Execution is employed though concepts, which are more fundamentally mathematical by description, as well as concepts
that are more generally associated with physics.
Composition involves individual or multiple physical objects, with subject matter that involves combinations of collective or
specified points for spatial relations that are complementary to, or in place of, individual or multiple components of mass,
density, volume, electric charge, and time.
The obscure, radial, geometric, or static results coupled with lack of color transmits feelings of tension and uncertainty, and
are motivated to provide a heightened response within the viewer.
About The Artists:
Deena Ramadan is an Egyptian-American born in Staten Island, New York, raised between New York and Cairo. Passionate
about art since childhood, she began her professional art education with taking High Level Art as part of her International
Baccalaureate Degree in high school. In university, she minored in Architectural Engineering taking a more structural outlet
for creativity but returned to studying fine arts. She is currently a Fine Arts Certificate candidate at Parsons the New School
Shane Boddington was born April 8th 1986, in Harare, Zimbabwe. He has since lived in the United Kingdom, Europe, East
Africa and the USA. Shane draws inspiration from pop culture and global political issues. His work is easily relatable through
his use of everyday objects, while putting them in a foreign and often encrypted context. He Is currently studying Fine Arts at
the Cardiff School of Art & Design.
Sara Eisman has lived in New York City since 2003. Her photography is most commonly produced in black and
white, involves a variety of objects in various forms during perceived construction or destruction, with focus on the particular
versus the obvious or grandiose. Sara holds an Associate’s degree in Fashion Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in
International Trade, both from The Fashion Institute of Technology. She received her MBA from Fordham University with a
dual concentration in Finance & Accounting, and works within the financial sector. Sara was born in Kansas City, Missouri
and was raised in San Diego, California.
April 17-28, 2012
Wish You Were Here. - 1975 ~ 1995
Photographer Max Fujishima
New Century Artists, Inc., located in Chelsea, is pleased to announce a solo
exhibition of the work of the photographer Max Fujishima. The exhibition,
titled “Wish You Were Here—1975-1995,” opens on April 17.
Max captures and expresses the relentless flow of time, and of moments that exist in
the interface between the photographer and his subject located on the other side of
There is a consistency to his creative style and view of the world that flows through
diverse themes, no matter what the subject of his lens happens to be: nature, the
city, dolls. He does not construct a set, nor does he insert anything into his pictures
or otherwise manipulate them, preferring instead to capture the subject as it is,
under the natural light of the sun.
In this new exhibition more than 80 pieces of his artwork will be displayed. Each
of the images displayed is a constituent part of what may be considered his life’s
work—a series of photographs of the Empire State Building, taken from another
high-rise over the course of twenty years.
“One day,” he explains, “looking out from an expansive window in the direction of
downtown, I happened to catch a glimpse of the Empire State Building. Though I see
it all the time, I felt an impulse that moment that drove me to pick up my camera. I
become absorbed in snapping pictures of it. That was the beginning of the ‘Wish You
Were Here’ series.”
This exhibition is a magnificent collection of artwork that is an expression of the 20
years Max has spent continually photographing a single subject, beginning with the
inspiration he felt on that day long ago.
Max Fujishima was born in Mie Prefecture, Japan. He is a graduate of visual design
in the Department of Fine Arts and Crafts at the Tokyo National University of Fine
Arts and Music. While working as the creative director of an advertising agency, he
pursued photography on the side before devoting himself to it full time in 2003. In
2007, he organized a two-person exhibition, “The Moment Becomes Eternal.” Since
then, he has continued the energetic pursuit of his creative activities.
Configurations at New Century Artists
The Review in "Gallery & Studio" Art magazine
by Maureen Flynn
NEW CENTURY ARTISTS
530 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
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Contact: Chana Benjamin, President and Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
10 YEARS LATER – CHANGES IN NEW YORK SINCE 9/11
New Century Artists, Inc. will present 10 Years Later—Changes in New York Since 9/11 from February 14 to March 3, 2012. The exhibition is comprised of 31 color photographs by Chana Benjamin focusing on
architecture, people, and nature. The opening receptions will be held on Thursday, February 16, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
and Saturday, February 25, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The photographs portray the changes that have taken place in New York City in the past decade. They were taken in three
separate locations: the Highline, Union Square, and World Trade Center. Many glass buildings have been constructed along
the Highline that offer astonishing aerial views of the city and can be seen as the perfect platform for combining architecture
, people, and nature. Union Square has a constant flow of people. With the advent of the smartphone, young people can stay
more connected—yet, at the same time, are they more alienated? Photographs of the Occupy Wall Street movement are included
that were taken at Zucotti Park, across the street from World Trade Center, prior to the encampment being forced out by the city.
Finally, photographs of the buildings being erected at Ground Zero round out the exhibit’s theme, with images of the 9/11 Memorial
and One World Trade Center on view. For many of us, this is the first time back to the site since the day before 9/11.
Chana Benjamin has been photographing for the past 40 years. She is the president, director, and founding member of New Century Artists, Inc., a Senior Fine Art Appraiser at O’Toole-Ewald Art Associates, Inc., an Assistant
Professor at Parsons the New School for Design, and an instructor at Pratt Institute.
NEW CENTURY ARTISTS, INC. BACKGROUND
New Century Artists, Inc. is a non-profit art gallery that encourages, supports, and exhibits the work of minority
artists from under-represented communities, such as gay and lesbian, various ethnic groups, people of color, differently abled, women,
and artists of all ages, including seniors and children.
Since its inception in September 1996, New Century Artists has shown the work of approximately 1,000 national and
international artists in over 300 solo and group exhibitions in all media. New Century Artists is committed to
exhibiting quality work as well as providing a nurturing environment for lesser known artists to network and develop their ideas.
New Century Artists, located in the heart of Chelsea, is comprised of two gallery spaces totaling 1,200 square feet.
Besides membership shows, guest curators are invited to organize exhibits. We have actively worked in the past with other non-profit
groups, such as Heartshare and The Creative Center for Women with Cancer, and children’s groups, including Artsconnection,
Harlem School of the Arts, Studio in a School, and Middle School 51 in Brooklyn. Since 2001, Reflections on the Holocaust:
Works by Holocaust Survivors, Family Members and Friends, curated by gallery director Chana Benjamin, has traveled to four different locations.