Gael Monnin, Rogue Space Chelsea, Oct 19-22

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Art on Peace. A Chinese group curated by Khurshid Saleem

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French artist Maryline Brunet’s preview reception at Rogue Space Chelsea.

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John Marquis @ Rogue Space | Chelsea

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Khurshid Saleem Opening Reception at Rogue Space | Chelsea

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PANORMITIS GAMBIERAKIS’ reception for his Patmos Abstracts at Rogue Space | Chelsea

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Barbrush.com Annual Group Gallery Show

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Yuta Ishino – Solo Show. Winner of FilmsOnArtists 2010 juried series.

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Petar Jovanovic – Celebrates 50 years as an artist at Rogue Space | Chelsea

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International Juried Prints and Drawing group show reception

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Rogue Space : Art of the Nude Weekend Workshop

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“Wilted Flower” – A Benefit for Haiti – Tashonia Polynice


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Restoration – A Benefit for Shannon Celestine Initiative at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children

An exhibition of art and photography exploring the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of renewal.

Hovey Brock
Peter Fox
Allen Furbeck
Denise Jones Adler
Mary Jones




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John De La O at Rogue Space

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“Drawn Together” – a group show of amazing black artists by Avisca Fine Art, Feb 19th to Feb 21st

Avisca Fine Art Gallery is continuing its 11-year tradition of exhibiting in New York City in the month of February despite the cancellation of the annual National Black Fine Art Show this year. Over three days in February the gallery will mount an exciting group show at Rogue Space in the prestigious Chelsea Fine Art Building featuring new works by gallery artists and other invited artists.


Artists represented include Francks Deceus, Charly Palmer, Cedric Smith, Ann Tanksley, April Harrison, Milton Bowens, Tamara Madden, Teri Richardson, Karen Powell, Henry Porter, Tonya Engel, Jean Chiang and Alexandria Smith.

The exhibition, at which many of the artists will be present, opens with a reception on Friday, February 19, 5-8 PM. Open this Saturday and Sunday afternoon noon – 6pm. Fine Art Building featuring new works by gallery artists and other invited artists.

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Valentines Weekend: Nude work shop

Valentines weekend: nude workshop at Rogue Gallery
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Valentines “Nude” Group Show and Artists Weekend Workshop at Rogue Space | Chelsea

This Valentines weekend we are celebrating artists who work incorporate the human body and sensuality. At our reception Friday Feb 12th we have live nude model drawing sessions and prizes from our friends at http://www.TheGreatNude.tv.   

Our monthly group shows and marketing workshop weekends have become a very popular forum for artists looking to expand their outreach and marketing awareness. They are energetic weekends filled with informative seminars by industry experts, social activities, networking and learning designed to encourage and educate artists on the process of marketing and pricing and their work. A drawing will be held for an artist to have a one night solo show at Rogue Space.*

Sign up on our site.

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Always Something New At Rogue Space!

Last Thursday evening, 450 artfans filled Rogue Space | Chelsea to check out the 47 winners of our January International Juried Show. Artists, collectors, and general enthusiasts created such an incredible buzz that those who attended are still talking about the night! Of the 47 artists shown, one will be selected to receive a weekend solo show at Rogue Space and documentary film made about them by FilmsOnArtists. We look forward to announcing Best In Show in our next letter!



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2010 International Juried Show Video



At Rogue Space, we love to share cool things with our friends and family. The Quant Charity Evening fashion show “Dress You Up In Love” will be held January 28th showcasing the work of designers Gemma Kahng, Yeohlee, and Zang Toi. The benefit will feature artwork by Hye Rim Lee, curated by Mie Iwatsuki and Koan Jeff Baysa. Proceeds will benefit A Leg To Stand On and the Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families, as well as others. For more information, visit their site.


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Rogue Space | Chelsea and Aesthetica Magazine

Rogue Space | Chelsea Being at the crossroads of contemporary art in West Chelsea, and through our monthly Art Marketing Weekend Workshops and International Juried shows, are have been very fortunate to connect with so many talented artists and creative voices. As we have expanded our presence internationally, we also have the great pleasure of forging friendships with art organizations and publications. One such recent alliance has been with Aestheica Magazine in the UK. Aesthetica is one of the most widely read and influential art publications in the UK and Ireland we are very proud to be associated with their magazine.


Says Aesthetic: “….we have similar audiences and we are both concerned with locating contemporary art within the cultural sphere. There is a lot of synergy between Rogue Space and Aesthetica. We think that collaboration between our companies could work really well.”


We look forward to relaying articles from Aesthetica on our fan page and blog and look forward to working with them in the future and expanding our relationship.

Aesthetica Magazine UK | Art and Culture

Klaus Enrique Gerdes: Connected – Dec. 8

KLAUS ENRIQUE GERDES:
CONNECTED

DECEMBER 8TH
OPENING RECEPTION: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 6-9PM

“Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?”

“Connected” is a series of 31 images that portray the intertwined nature of life and the universe. Gravity is an invisible glue that binds all the objects in the space-time continuum that we inhabit. If we could see this invisible glue, it might look like this. Yet, there are many forces that create bonds between us.

In the world of networking websites, such as Facebook, 6 degrees of separation is no longer a theoretical principle. The man next to you on the subway is not a complete stranger. Every vertex in a network of bubbles is connected to all the others. The path is sometimes very obvious, but often it is not. However, the connection is there.

Molecules, cells, organisms, populations, galaxies, even you are connected to life in this way.

Born in 1975, Klaus Enrique Gerdes grew up in Mexico City. He studied genetics at the University of Nottingham, England, and received an MBA from Columbia Business School in the City of New York. Most of his professional career was spent as a freelance IT consultant before Gerdes turned to photography, which he studied at Parsons and the School of Visual Arts. Gerdes began to receive worldwide attention in 2007 when his portrait of “Mother & Daughter” was short listed for the Photographic Portrait Prize at London’s National Portrait Gallery. Gerdes currently lives in New York City.

For more information about the artist, visit www.klausenrique.com.



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Dean Lent : 1.3 Megapixels – Dec. 16th


DEAN LENT:

1.3 Megapixels

OPENING RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 6-9PM
Dean Lent


At the November Group Show and Weekend Workshop, photographer Dean Lent won the drawing for a one-night solo show at Rogue Space.   

Dean Lent graduated UCLA film school where he co-directed and shot the punk cult film Border Radio with Allison Anders.  Since then he’s shot nearly 25 indie features including the Sundance darling Gas Food Lodging, the cult horror comedy Jack Frost, and Phat Girlz (starring Mo’Nique).  He’s recently been a segment shooter for the Emmy award winning Tyra Banks Show in New York.

While in New York (LA is still his home base) he started taking pictures of the city with his flip cell phone (1.3 megapixels) simply as a lark between shoots.  He began fiddling with the images in a basic free photo organizer with surprising results, then sharing them on facebook where the response from his friends and colleagues was singular: DO A SHOW!

Dean Lent Portrait

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Jane Gennaro – “Articulate Remains” – Oct 22 – Nov 14

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ARTICULATE REMAINS:

RELIEFS, SCULPTURES, AND

ASSEMBLAGES BY JANE GENNARO

October 22-November 14, 2009

New York–Jane Gennaro will exhibit a survey of reliefs, sculptures and assemblages from the past seven years at Rogue House, from October 22-November 14, 2009. An opening reception will be held on Thursday October 22 from 6-8pm at the gallery, located at 526 W. 26th St., 9F. Gallery hours are 11am-6pm, Tuesday-Saturday. The exhibition will focus on two of Gennaro’s major series, which use insects, eggs and bones, as well as vintage handkerchiefs and illustrations.

Gennaro will be reading her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg” eight times during the run of the exhibition. The monologue recounts her confrontation with a pair of wild geese which was the impetus for beginning the visual work on display. Reading schedule: Sunday Oct. 25 at 1pm, Friday Oct. 30 at 7pm, Saturday Oct. 31 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 5 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 6 at 7pm, Saturday Nov. 7 at 3pm, Thursday Nov. 12 at 7pm, Friday Nov. 13 at 7pm.

The show’s title, Articulate Remains, refers to the artist giving voice to the objects that she finds in nature. Gennaro has written that, “The process begins with observation and culminates in storytelling….The impulse is to save these things and transform them into personal yet universal narratives that will seduce and disturb.”

Read show review from the M Mag.

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Cassy Giacci: Another World – Nov. 19th

Being an artist allows one to show others how you see the world. For artists like Cassy Giacci, their art goes beyond the tangible world and create a world all their own. Despite only painting seriously for the last few years, she has already created a dazzling personal world complete with its own landmarks and creatures. This world saw its start in her early childhood drawings, but later she would deny her creativity. Now that she has accepted her art, this world she envisioned has taken a life of its own.

            Viewing her artwork allows us to look through a lush dreamworld that has proven to be the artist’s sanctuary. Ms. Giacci admits that her work is not necessarily intended as a series, although she does confess that she can recognize unintentional pairings. Instead, they are reminiscent of pages torn from a vivid fairy story. Together these pieces form a complex world complete with its own dazzling architecture, extravagant landscapes, gigantic flowers as well as various chimerical inhabitants. The artist reveals that this world is “…the place I wanted to live in, that I was always convinced was real.” This world is not a perfected escapist fabrication. Many of her pieces depict lush landscapes, colorful vegetation and biomorphic shapes. There are other pieces that contain shadowy, menacing figured and unexpected monsters. This visual sanctuary proves to be as potentially dangerous as it is alluring.

Through careful brushes strokes, vibrant colors and an intense vision- Cassy Giacci envisions a world, a whole reality beyond this one. Although some may dismiss her world as fantasy, it is also hopeful and full of beginnings. Rather than waiting for a beautiful dream to come true- Cassy Giacci has created her own.


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Jane Gennaro: Shaking The Goose Egg



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Shaking The Goose Eggs

A Monologue by Jane Gennaro

Directed by Lynne Lipton

Readings by the Artist:

Sunday Oct. 25, 1pm                 Friday Nov. 6, 7pm*
Friday Oct. 30, 7pm*                   Saturday Nov. 7, 3pm

Saturday Oct. 31, 3pm               Thursday Nov. 12, 7pm
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Thursday, Nov. 5, 7pm*               Friday Nov. 13, 7pm

Gallery Hours Tuesday – Saturday 11pm-6pm


Rogue Space | Chelsea
526 West 26th Street, 9E



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Ellen Brous – “So You Think You Can Dance”, Oct 15th – 18th

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So You Think You Can Dance, is an installation that comments on art, architecture, high fashion, music and dance; examining the connection between the two worlds of fine art and pop culture.

Three motorized skirt sculptures, each reaching 10 feet high, evoke a graceful image of dancers in motion. The skirts, made from boning material used in dressmaking, create slivers of sensuous lines that appear to be drawn and placed into space. Hanging from mobile armatures at the ceiling each of the skirts nine tiers of boning is individually attached with invisible thread, inviting the viewers to touch and cause the skirts to undulate in an independent swing to the music.

The architecture of the narrow gallery space inspired the skirts in-line placement and led to choosing music representative of Irish Riverdance, a dance performed in a line and genres of music that enhance the fast paced, heart pumping strut of models queued on a fashion runway.

Ellen Brous holds a Bachelor of Arts from Queens College. She has exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in the New York City area and is a former teacher.


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