- From the NOTEBOOK of a haste - less man - Les NOTES d'un passant peu presse - z notatnika niespiesznego przechodnia -

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1. ART HAMPTON
June 2016 - Long Island

2. MONTSERRAT GALLERY
September 2015 - Manhattan

3. GATEWAY ART CENTER
September, 2015
4 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036


4. INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL 2014
a. HighLine Loft Gallery, NYC - video
b. MoRa - Jersey City, NJ - video
January 2015

5.
HOT  ART  CHELSEA
HighLine Loft Gallery, NYC - video
Summer 2014

  6. CLOWES MEMORIAL HALL
OF BUTLER  UNIVERSITY

a. REFLECTIONS:
All This Art, Simplicity of Beauty - video

- March 8 - May 20, 2015 -

b.
REFLECTIONS:
Confidential Pageant
- video

- March 8 - May 20, 2014 -

c.  the CLOWES 50th ART PROJECT
- July 2013 - March, 2014 -

d. REFLECTIONS:
Shakespeare Our Contemporary
- October 1 - December, 2013 -

7.
25 CPW Gallery NYC

2013 Automm Salon
- video
- November 2013 -

8. SPECTRUM ART SHOW
Jacob Javits Center NYC

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October 3 - 6, 2013 -

8a.
TALK IN NEW YORK PHOTO CALENDAR
by Anthony Liversidge
  more

9. International Art Expo NYC
- March 2013 -

10.
New York, New York
Manhattan Rhapsody

- August 15 - September, 2013 -

11. NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL SHOW at CPW Gallery
- June 27 - 28, 2013 -

Crowded opening of global show a cornucopia of talent
Competition winning artists of all ages and media
Japan, Bosnia, Russia, England, Italy, Virginia...


in one of the more remarkable gallery openings this year, the International Art Festival mounted by a group of movers and shakers on the international art scene (Patrick Clark and Emil Lansky led by Margot Grant with the help of William Contessa of the Museum of Russian Art and Grigory Gurevich as hands on curator) offered 100 works unusually diverse in style and origin last night (Jun 27 Thu from 6-11) to a crowd of a thousand or more artists, wives, collectors, colleagues and visitors, often from Russia and Eastern Europe, with others from the US, Britain, Italy and Japan.

In range of style and nationality the collection was as notable as the crowd was lively, and since the works - photographs, paintings, collages, sculptures, even a light box with an internal scene - were chosen from ten times the number of submissions, the level of interest was high. It seems probable that New York City has rarely encountered such a variety of works and people in one place. Despite the occasional language barrier, the roar of conversation marked it as a social occasion as synergistic and stimulating as the art.
Anthony Liversidge

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