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Art on Paper returns to downtown Manhattan's Pier 36 for the event's anticipated seventh edition. With 100 galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art, Azart Gallery will feature some of my work at the fair.
Art on Paper has expanded the event's reach into the international collecting community and renewed essential partnerships with Brooklyn Museum, Lower Eastside Girls Club, and more.
Art on Paper | @azartgallery | @kestincornwall
Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan
299 South Street
New York, 10002
Thursday, September 9, 2021 — 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Free passes and inquiries by email:
Art Reveal Magazine just released their 58th issue!
Art Reveal Magazine just released their 58th issue. It also features a host of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists who inspire the creatives at Art Reveal. My painting ‘Love Actually: Coming to America’ is on the cover.
In the interview, I speak on what I find challenging as an artist and the importance of art in contemporary culture. We also have a conversation on who and what has a lasting influence on my art practice.
🌿 Much of my past work was based on experiences, interactions, relationships, emotional growth, maturity, political and cultural themes while asking questions about the past and the historical significance.
Join me in Celebrating This Year's Project 31!
I am excited to be a contributing artist/designer for this year's Project 31, celebrating the tremendous talent, imagination, and creativity of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour at OCAD University.
I am proud to showcase my commitment to supporting the next generation of diverse leaders in art and design.
I invite you to join me for FREE VIP ACCESS to Project 31: New Futures by visiting project31-2021 for more information. The collection will have a Live Auction Event on June 24 (7 pm - 8 pm). The silent auction ends on June 30.
Other works in the collection include artists and designers:
Shea Chang; Gary Taxali; Vanessa Dion Fletcher; Ashok Mathur and Soleil Launière; Michael Lee Poy; Kathy Moscou & more.
All funds raised from both the silent and live auctions will support our programming at OCAD University Faculties. Thank you for your support.
If you're in New York, Affordable Art Fair NYC spring edition is one of the first NYC art events of the season. Be the first to experience the array of stunning artworks from both established and emerging artists! Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011, USA.
Azart Gallery will highlight some new as well as older work at their booth. In addition, new paintings from my ongoing series, Seven Sisters: Aswan Garden, will be featured. You can also view some of the artwork online here.
Alongside the Affordable Art Fair venue at the Metropolitan Pavilion, Affordable is committed to making your fair visit as safe as possible. Affordable aims to deliver the art-filled and fun Affordable Art Fair NYC experience you know and love while maintaining compliance with the protocols and mandates of New York City and New York State health departments.
The Yogen Früz Brain Project returns with a vigorous campaign to raise brain health awareness and advance groundbreaking research on dementia and ageing. I joined the roster again this year with other talented artists whose art pieces will be displayed across the city this summer.
The 2020 | 2021 collection will feature brain sculptures designed by artists, celebrities and thought-leaders from across North America. The artwork will be on display at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. For more information, visit The Brain Project’s website, brainproject.ca.
Some friends and I got together and created a book list dedicated to the culture. These are good-reads. We each created a top 10 list and picked books from our lists. (download)
Holla at me with any suggestions.
PXP Contemporary X Showfields
I'm featured in a new show with Showfields NY. The exhibition is curated by Alicia Puig, Co-founder of PXP Contemporary. Showfields has had past hosts such as Maria Brito, Larry Ossei Mensah and others.
Here's more about the inspiration behind this curation:
"After spending most of 2020 indoors within the confines of our homes, we feel a collective longing for both nature and connection. These are two themes that are inherently a part of the artists' works that I've selected for this curation. Some present the human form immersed in a landscape or other natural environment, while others compose images with figures alongside animals, flowers, and insects. Working in the mediums of collage and painting, these artists remind us to appreciate the profound beauty of our surroundings and of the importance of having respect for it now and in the years to come.
These works also act as documentation of life as an artist during the pandemic. While they, like everyone else, experienced loss, grief, anxiety, frustration, and fear - like nature itself, they also went through periods of growth and renewal. For me, bringing together this collection of artists is a manifestation of the belief that 2021 will indeed allow for more opportunities to connect with the environment, ourselves, and each other. It's a sigh of relief, or rather, a breath of fresh air." - Alicia Puig
Please save the date for the upcoming art exhibition in Chelsea, New York. I’m excited to participate in the pop-up show with AZART Gallery.
Cosmopolis: an exhibition in tribute to the diversity and resilience of New York extended due to popular demand!
Cosmopolis features mixed media paintings by SEN2, Goldie, and more. My artwork is also on view. The exhibition runs October 28th - November 14thnd, 2020, in New York. Please go check it out!
AZART Gallery NY presents Cosmopolis
504 West 22nd New York, NY
October 28th - November 14th, 2020
Open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm by appointment.
Art and Cocktails Podcast (The Create! Podcast)
Took a moment to enjoy some face time with Alicia Puig for the Art and Cocktails podcast. Alicia Puig is the CEO and co-founder of PxP Contemporary, Director of Business Operations for Create! Magazine, an arts writer, and an author.
We discuss topics such as the steps needed by the so-called art world, to push change and to be more inclusive & diverse. We also chat about the importance of developing your creative identity as an artist.