2014 Exhibitors


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2014 Talks


2014 Talks


Friday, May 30
2pm: Emerging Artists in the $1 Billion Contemporary Art Market: A Panel
Moderator: Andrew M. Goldstein, Editor-in-Chief of Artspace
Josh Baer, Publisher of Baer Faxt
Rob Davis, artist
Lowell Pettit, Co-Director of Pettit Art Partners

4pm: Exhibiting Emerging Artists in the Era of Blockbuster Shows: A Panel
Moderator: Jens
Hoffmann, Deputy Director, The Jewish Museum
Rujeko Hockley, Assistant Curator, Brooklyn Museum
Thomas J. Lax, Assistant Curator, The Studio Museum
Margot Norton, Assistant Curator, New Museum


 

Saturday, May 31
2pm: Presentation of Level Rights’s Negotiated Resale Rights Platform
Franklin Boyd, Founder of Level Rights 

 

Sunday, June 1
2pm: Sustaining Art Communities in the Face of Gentrification: A Panel
Moderator: Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief of Hyperallergic
Deborah Brown, Founder of Storefront 10 Eyck
Mary Jordan, Founder and Creative Director of The Water Tank Project

William Powhida, artist

We’ve All Got Issues: Video Art from the APT Collection


APT presents the exhibition We’ve All Got Issues: Video Art from the APT Collection, featuring 16 videos by an international roster of member artists from the Artist Pension Trust. 

We’ve All Got Issues: Video Art from the APT Collection


APT presents the exhibition We’ve All Got Issues: Video Art from the APT Collection, featuring 16 videos by an international roster of member artists from the Artist Pension Trust. 

Artists and their featured work include:

Brian Alfred – The Saddest Day of My Youth

Elisabetta BenassiNoon

Kevin CooleyNederland

Keren CytterFamily

Chris EvansCompany

Adriana Garcia Galán – From Stone to Stone

Rico GatsonHistory Lessons

Kate GilmoreWith Open Arms

Ezra JohnsonThe Time of Tall Statues

Gülsün KaramustafaAnti-Hamam Confessions

Annika LarssonDRUNK

Kalup LinzyThe Pursuit of Gay (Happyness)

Junebum ParkAdvertisement

David ShrigleyThe Door

Mark TitchnerUR Text 2

Suzanne TreisterVesna

Ed. Varie presents Winslow LaRoche


Ed. Varie presents Winslow LaRoche


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Ed. Varie is a creative institution in heart of Manhattan. Opened in February 2010 under the guidance and support of artist, founder, and curator Karen Schaupeter, Ed. Varie has become a pillar to the contemporary art community.

Inspired by the fundamentals of open programming, Ed. Varie exhibits artists of all media and encourages the exploration of new concepts in artistic practice. With a mission to bring artists in various stages of their careers to the large and influential art market in New York and worldwide, Ed. Varie represents and mentors a wide range of artists both nationally and internationally.