Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Fountain art fair @ the Armory

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(March, New York City)— Fountain’s Saturday Night Event rocked with a wild dj set by unstoppable twins Nina Sky as well as sets by Chances with Wolves, Fountain’s own NSR and Kamp! Today is your last day to catch Fountain Art Fair New York 2013 – doors are open from 12 – 5pm at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington and 25th, the location of the historic 1913 exhibition. Experience the ultimate in avant-garde with over 70 cutting edge visual artists, galleries, street artists and performance artists.

What’s Happening
Fountain offers visitors a unique opportunity to interact with art and artists on an intimate level. Grace Exhibition Space presents a selection of contemporary performance art throughout the weekend, confronting viewers with challenging and unusual circumstances. Sarah Trouche, creamhotel and Topaz Arts also feature special performances in their booths. G Spot is hosting live slot car races where you can win hard-earned prizes for your speed. #PillowTalks by the So&So Collective consists of a rumpled bed, two pillows and two virtual Twitter characters, toggling between the tactile sensuality of the bed and the virtual world of Social Media, inviting you to participate in the fluid states between fantasy and real life. Miguel Ovalle’s multimedia tribute to Marcel Duchamp reinterprets the iconic Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2. All this and more in the shadow of high-flying works by internationally renowned street artists, curated by Robots Will Kill and Mighty Tanaka. Catch Fountain’s centennial celebration of the original armory show before 5pm today!

Official Fountain Art Fair Exhibitor List
Fountain selects galleries based on their dedication to accelerating the arts with rigorous exhibition programs. With an emphasis on originality and quality, hundreds of artists will be showcased, ranging from young stars and mid-career artists to established masters:

A Band Apart Gallery 22, A Bowl of Mixed Art, A Dying Breed, Amanda Hudson Photography, Arch Enemy Arts, Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art, ART-FLOW, Artist Collective, Asan Gallery, Bad Booth and Beyond, Bartek Walicki, Calico, Carol Scavotto, Cloisters Gallery, Converge Gallery, COOHAUS, Correa, Jimenez and Stewart, Creamhotel, Dacia Gallery, Dan Sabau, David Kesting Presents, Davis Art Services, DigiPen Institute of Technology, EMP Gallery, et al Projects, Front Room Gallery, Fuchs Projects, Gallery DEN, Gentleman’s Game, Grace Exhibition Space, Greyegg Presents, G Spot, Hullaballoo Collective, iArt-4, Inyoung Seoung, Kaboose Gallery, KiloWatt Gallery, Leon Reid IV, Lindsay Carron, Marc Lecureuil, MayJune Gallery Presents: Art Mazinga, Charlie K. Art Space, GAGA Gallery, K& P Gallery, Luv Gallery, MK Gallery, Michellekwan Gallery, Modern Art, Richard Catherine Gallery, Urah & Partners Gallery MCCAIG + WELLES, Mighty Tanaka, Murder Lounge, Pascal Lievre, Paul Szabo, Pete’s Fingers, Post Nature Art, Pop Mortem/BluBeard, Republic Worldwide, Roleke, Rose Morgan, Rush Arts Gallery, Said Assemi, Sarah Trouche, Solo(s) Project House, Station 16, Stephen Lipuma, tART Collective, The Hangar Gallery, The Parlour Bushwick, The Pratt Project, The Sculptor’s Guild, TheSo&SoCollective, Topaz Arts, Uprise Art, Vicki DaSilva & Hec One Love, Yes Gallery, Yonabe
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