Art Synergy Extends Call For Local, Regional, National, International Artists To Apply To “BIBLIO 2020” And “UNLEASHED Art Fair”. Exhibits Take Place At Art Palm Beach.

Art Synergy has a lot going on this season with many exciting events.  See which one is the perfect fit for you!  This year Art Synergy will present Bibilo2020 at the Art Palm Beach Fair.  Here’s your chance to create something really different! Have fun!  Books can be created in all kinds of media… sculptures, video, painting, mixed media, animations… your mind is the limit. Take a step out of your comfort zone! Art Synergy is inviting national and international artists to apply to this call for artists.  This will be our 7th year at this unique event and we are proud to once again be a part of it. This is the first year that the call is open internationally.  VISION 2020, the theme for this year’s Unleashed Art Fair and Fundraiser, is built upon the foundation and mission of “Aspire to Inspire” and will be held at Industry Alley.  The event takes place on January 25, 2020, preceding Art Palm Beach, January 31 – February 03, 2020.  There will be music, vendors, art installations and a VIP dinner. We are accepting applications for vendors and looking to secure sponsors.  The Rickie Report shares the details.  The deadline to apply is has been extended to January 15, 2020 and will be juried by John Cutrone, Director of the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at Florida Atlantic University Libraries, as well as a partner in Lake Worth’s Convivio Bookworks

 

 

 

 

ART SYNERGY/ BIBLIO 2020

ART SYNERGY at
ART PALM BEACH 2020

January 31, 2020 to February 3, 2020

Palm Beach Convention Center

 650 Okeechobee Boulevard    West Palm Beach, FL

 

Application Dates:
NOW through January 15, 2020

 

 

APPLY HERE:

 

 

All artists wishing to participate are required to submit an application to the jury and must apply via Juried Art Services.

5 Categories for Submission!

 

 

2D

3D

Video/Film*

Installation Art

Performance Art*

 

*If you are applying in Video or Performance Art you must include still images in your application and forward actual video links to ArtSyneryPBC@gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

  • The non-refundable fee for the online application is $50.

  • Three pieces may be submitted. 

  • The width of 2D art cannot exceed 48”

  • The deadline to apply is January 15, 2020

 

 

 

“UNLEASHED   ART   FAIR”

 

Art Synergy’s Unleashed Art Fair is the organization’s most successful fundraising arts event of the year. The bi-annual event highlights the best of the local Palm Beach County arts and entertainment scene. Unleashed Art Fair is the brainchild of Rolando Chang Barrero and Ilene Gruber Adams of Art Synergy who wanted to spotlight the emergent artists and musicians of Palm Beach County which has fast become one South Florida’s leading world-class art and cultural destinations.  The venue has been generously donated by developer and visionary Hunter Beebe who also donated the Warehouse District for Unleashed in 2017.

 

 

 

“VISION 2020”

January 25, 2020

Industry Alley

2600 Florida Ave.   West Palm Beach, Florida

 

 

 

 

The deadline to apply is has been extended to January 15, 2020

 

 

 

Visit www.artsynergy.org for more information or to apply.

Art Synergy Official Art Guide2020

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Our 4-color glossy guide is the perfect place to advertise to the art community! 

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Be a part of the movement!

Ad sizes and costs can be found at https://www.facebook.com/PalmBeachArtWeek2020/

 

Juror, John Cutrone:

John Cutrone is Director of the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at Florida Atlantic University Libraries, as well as a partner in Lake Worth’s Convivio Bookworks, a book arts studio specializing in limited edition letterpress printed books and broadsides. He is the author of the Convivio Book of Days blog, which explores the quirkier side of seasonal traditions, encouraging us to live the ceremony of each day.

www.conviviobookworks.com

www.conviviobookworks.com/blog

 

 

Art Synergy:

A non-profit organization, was fortunate to have caught the eye of the Lesters and through their auspices, the organization has received a booth at the Art Palm Beach for the past 5 years, with 2019 being the sixth Art Synergy Exhibition once again looking forward to a great exhibition.

Art Synergy has grown considerably since its inception and our volunteer staff and support has grown along with it.  The organization, run by Rolando Chang Barrero and Ilene Gruber Adams, artists and advocates, holds several meetings yearly, open to the public, where we request help from the community to work with us in everything from planning, to finance hanging the shows.  We look forward to another successful year and cannot thank the Lesters enough for the support they have shown us.

 

Mission:

Art Synergy is the unique countywide movement of artists, business, and civic leaders committed to unifying and promoting the diverse culture of Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s vibrant arts community. Our goal is to broaden the education and culture of our children through the arts via joint parent/child experiences.

 

For more information:  ArtSynergyPBC@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Shop At Whitespace Collection In Two Venues: Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show And Art Wynwood

Elayne Mordes will be bringing Whitespace’s unique boutique of body sculpture and wearable art to two events: Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (February 13 – 19) and Art Wynwood (February 14 – 18).  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit:

www.whitespacecollection.com

or email: whitespace@mordes.net

 

 

 

 

 

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New Trunk Show Announced By Whitespace On February 5. Free Admission Plus Meet Jewelry Designers, Jennifer Merchant And Debra Adelson

Enjoy free refreshments while you shop at the New Trunk Show at Whitespace The Mordes Collection on Tuesday, February 5.  Meet jewelry artists, Jennifer Merchant and Debra Adelson and see their newest creations!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit:

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or email: whitespace@mordes.net

 

 

 

 

 

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Viewing Days At Whitespace Bring Contemporary, Unique Art And Body Sculpture To Public

Just back from LA’s Modern & Contemporary Art Show, Whitespace The Mordes Collection is open for Public Viewing Days with more unique wearable art pieces. The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit:

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or email: whitespace@mordes.net

 

 

 

 

 

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Art Synergy VI/ Art Palm Beach 2019 Celebrates Contemporary Art From January 16-20 At Palm Beach County Convention Center

Art Synergy VI/Art Palm Beach 2019’s exhibition includes entries from artists in Palm Beach County, Martin County, St. Lucie County, and Broward County. One of the season highlights, it takes place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 16 – 20.  The juror, Erich Weiss, is the Curator of Contemporary Art at Barcelona’s Picasso Museum.  The Rickie Report shares the details here.  Art Lovers:  Mark Your Calendars for January 16 – 20, 2019!  Visit Booths 550 and 552.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 16 -20,  2019 

 

 

Art Synergy VI Exhibition

Art Palm Beach 2019

A juried exhibition of works selected by Erich Weiss

 

 

Booths 550 and 552

 

Palm Beach County Convention Center

650 Okeechobee Boulevard  West Palm Beach, FL

ArtPalmBeach celebrates its 22nd Edition at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 16-20, 2019.  It is considered one of the most influential contemporary art fairs on Florida’s Gold Coast by both critics and art enthusiasts. International galleries from around the world will be exhibiting contemporary and emerging artists. The fair also offers a full schedule of lectures, art film screenings, artists discussions, and curatorial tours. Restaurant, champagne bar, and espresso bar available.

Fair Hours:

Collector’s First View (Honoring Jeff Greene for the 2019 Visionary Award)

Wednesday, January 16

6 pm – 10 pm (admission with purchase of a multi-day ticket)

Regular Fair Hours:

January 17, Noon – 7 pm

January 18, Noon – 7 pm

January 19, Noon – 7 pm

January 20, Noon – 6 pm

Parking:

A new 9 story, 3000 space parking lot has just opened at the end of Rosemary Avenue. It can be accessed from the south side of Okeechobee Boulevard and making a right turn onto Rosemary Ave. In the event of overflow, additional parking garages can be found across the street.
Art by Suzanne Barton

The Selected Artists:

Suzanne Barton

MARY CATELLO

Michelle Drummond

John Frazee

William Torenzo

Gann Ganaway

Sibel Kocabasi

Jill Lefkowitz

DIANE LUBLINSKI

Ruth Mansmith

Louise Noakes

Aimee Perez

Linda Reymore

Thomas Schmidt

Elle Schorr

Ruth Sharton

CHAD STEVE

Betty Usdan Zwickler

Adrienne Yorinks

 

Art by Chad Steve

 

 

 

About the juror:

Erich Weiss is this year’s guest curator of the fair’s new dynamic art pavilions, Design, Art Video, and Performance Art. Weiss is currently the curator at large at Barcelona’s Picasso Museum, Rotterdam’s New Institute: Museum for Architecture, Design & Digital Culture and the Sonneveld House as well as an art critic and curator specializing in Dada and Surrealism. His recent museum exhibitions have included the works of Bruce Nauman, Ed Ruscha, Willem Oorebeek, Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Picabia, Magritte, Man Ray, Duchamp as well as solo exhibitions at the Picasso Museum of the works of Rineke Kijkstra ( 2017), Arthur Cravan ( 2017), and Erwin Wurm 2018. He is also an artist known for his often-provocative performances and also for a contemporary body of work installations, film, video and photography.

 

 

 

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www.artsynergy.org

 

http://nextlevelfairs.com

 

 

 

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The Box Gallery Presents “CONCEPTualism 2019” In Partnership With Art Synergy And Art Palm Beach

A collaborative team of artists have transformed 4000 square feet at The Box Gallery to create a paradigm where their interdependent concepts are woven together, literally and metaphorically.  “CONCEPTualism 2019”  opens at The Box Gallery on Saturday, January 12. Kudos to Rolando Chang Barrero for his insight and vision, bringing this exhibition to fruition, at a time when many people wonder, “Is it art?”.  “CONCEPTualism 2019” takes place in conjunction with Art Synergy and ArtPalmBeach.  The Rickie Report shares the details of this free exhibit and some sneak peeks!

 

 

 

 

P r e s e n t s:

 

CONCEPTualism 2019

In Partnership with Art Synergy and Art Palm Beach

Opening Reception:

Saturday, January 12, 2019

7 PM

The Box Gallery

811 Belvedere Road    West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

Exhibition Dates: 1.12.2019 – 1.31.19

This exhibit is free, but please rsvp below:

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction by Andrea Iaroc:

In her essay,“Contemporary Issues by Conceptualism”by Andrea Iaroc, she states, ” Art needs a concept in order to exist. By definition, a concept is an abstract idea, a general notion, a plan or intention — a conception. Now, how well defined that concept is and the concern within it (e.g. sociopolitical commentary), and depending on the art piece’s placement in history, it may be considered ‘Conceptual Art’ or belong to one of the 30+ art movements in art history.

 

In contemporary art spaces, it is common to hear “is it art?” in reference to Conceptual Art. Instead, I propose we ask: How is the artist trying to communicate their ideas through what we experience visually, olfactory, tactilely, or even through sound and taste? Looking past the aesthetics of art requires a discerning eye and a curious mind. This means that as audiences, we should open our minds to what Conceptual Art offers us and enter into these conversations to transcend our ideas of what art is supposed to deal with and look like.

 

A concern with environmental issues and understanding of wildlife’s importance in our lives is fundamental part of Diane Arrieta’s body of work. She has a BFA in Ceramic Sculpture from Florida Atlantic University and a MSC in Wildlife Health from the University of Edinburgh. These two disciplines are smoothly syncretized in her work, although she uses a variety of media apart from ceramics. In observing her work, Sentinel, it is difficult to miss the references to the Disney version of Snow White, a coming-of-age tale first documented by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in 1812. In this particular work a meerkat stands guard next to the young girl, begging the thought of switching their roles: Our future planet in the hands of our young. In our current sociocultural moment of awakening, it is quite fitting that the sculpture is a girl.

 

 

Feminism, like any ideology and movement, exists in a spectrum. What was acceptable or unacceptable to second-wave feminists is not acceptable or acceptable to fourth-wave feminists, but a constant remains true: the acknowledgement of female bodies, personhoods, and identities as fully human – with rights and opportunities for all. Linda Behar goes beyond the trappings of the present and gives us tools to forge a better future through her varied artistic practice. She captures womanhood without the boundaries imposed by society, be it body shape, comportment, or any other conventions given to that role. Conventions that are also challenged by Sibel Kocabaşi in her work, as well as pressing issues of violence against women, global effects of war and migration, and environmental consciousness.

 

 

History without revisions has a lot to teach, if only proper attention is given. And yet events that should redefine our ways, are collectively forgotten and mistakes are made again – impermanent lessons. Impermanence is one of the concepts that underscore Giannina Coppiano Dwin’s work by using ephemeral materials. Her practice in general touches upon socio-cultural issues and in this particular exhibit, the #MeToo movement. At this point in history we have to reckon with the fact that women are simply not believed when reporting sexual assault, violence, and abuse of power. Yet Arrieta, Behar, Kocabaşi, and Dwin not only represent feminine power and truth channeled through their work, they assert it in all its Mother Gaia greatness for everyone to see, feel, and act upon. Policy changes and societal attitudes need to change in order to actively move the current system forward.

 

 

In a world of faulty systems, denialism, paranoid conspiracies, and extreme polarities, the need to create bridges of understanding and compassion is urgent. Technology has been a key factor in these divisions but it is also the key to repair that rupture. It can help people recognize the importance of understanding climate change and its connection to increasing natural disasters, smart usage of green technology to provide alternative energy sources, and sustainable living. These ideas are hard to ignore when looking at Rick Newton’s work from the jump. Remnants of the Florida we know teem with technologically advanced structures and devices, yet crab claws seem to reign supreme over a post-apocalyptic world that signals the end of the Anthropocene epoch. And yet, his paintings have an aura of hope – not necessarily for humans but for the greater natural world that currently begs for a chance

Meet the Artists:

 

 

Artwork by Sibel Kocabaşi

 

SIBEL KOCABASI 

 “Although the subject is weighty and cruel, I decided that the art should be thoughtful and contemplative.  In Istanbul, I studied manuscript illumination, (in Turkish ‘Tezhip’ which means “painting with gold”).  I also studied traditional rug design and weaving. The combination of all of those studies together have shaped my mind and my skills today. In this particular project, I wanted to emphasize the idea of the contrast between the beautifully detailed handmade rugs, and the gold disposable emergency blankets which were given to the refuges when they arrived in Europe. Gold has many meanings in different cultures (predominantly as a signifier of wealth). The old rug has its own story, its own journey.  Nomadic cultures use rugs as shelters, the rugs are handmade, contain emotional and sentimental symbolisms to the users; in contrast, the gold emergency blankets are disposable, lightweight and mass-produced but yet, they perform the same function of sheltering the itinerants”.   

 

 

DIANE ARRIETA 

“I feel the types of art being shown today has shifted a bit. I see a return to more social, message based works. Olafur Eliasson stated,  “I believe that one of the major responsibilities of artists – and the idea that artists have responsibilities may come as a surprise to some – is to help people not only get to know and understand something with their minds but also to feel it emotionally and physically. By doing this, art can mitigate the numbing effect created by the glut of information we are faced with today, and motivate people to turn thinking into doing” (Eliasson, 2016).

 

Artwork by Diane Arrieta

 

 

“Regardless of shrinking budgets, all the talk of unequal representations, corporate sponsors in museums…. I can see a rise in important social content being shown. That being said, I think the tense climate of society requires a really gentle and engaging approach to these topics. I am not a fan of shock art or full blown activist in your face art. [I used to be, but things mellow with age!] It leaves very little room for equal conversations. People are tired and scared. This is the niche where my work comes in. I am not hammering my ideals in my art. There is an intricacy of my views in the beginning of making the work, but hopefully it transforms into universal ideas and topics that help move the conversation forward”. 

GIANNINA COPPIANO DWI

 
“My artistic practice of late are calls to protect and restore the environment, to heal it, to care for the earth as we care for ourselves.  To restore it we must first heal personally, as a community and globally through mutual understanding.  The awareness that it is all interconnected and that “the welfare of one is bound up in the welfare of all” (Keller) is of prime importance”.

 

 

“For this exhibition, I will be showing images from a performance I did in a Salt Lake in Texas together with objects and installation inspired from that event.  In Spanish, almost all things have gender, Salt in Spanish is La Sal, and its gender is feminine.  Metaphorically during the performance, La Sal represented the female energy of the earth and the female body in an era in which sexual harassment, rape, intimidation and abuse of power is being brought to light because women, in acts of courage, are coming forward with what has been happening to them silently all through history as part of everyday life”.  
 
 

LINDA BEHAR 

 
“I’m an artist whose interest in shapes manifests itself through a variety of media.  I seek to bring forward the contradictions between the expectations of society and an individual’s sense of self.  My focus is on women and the stark standards that have been established for a woman’s appearance.  After finding a study made by the U.S. government in 1940 to standardize the women body, I created a geometrical shape using the measurements generated by the study and presented in drawings and in three-dimensional figures”.

 

 

 

 

Artwork ( Foreground) by Linda Behar   Artwork (Background) by Giannina Coppiano Dwin

“The exploration of shape goes deeper through my work with the study of body language.  The pose is shapes, and shape is both a noun and a verb, to understand the human behavior is imperative to see it at a whole. Body language gave a visual form to identity and enhanced the visual aesthetics of communication. You are what you create, as much as you are what you perform. My goal is to create images that echo the past, confront the present, and embrace the future”.

 

 


“Road to Damascus”by Rick Newton

RICK NEWTON

Rick Newton is a native Floridian born in West Palm Beach in 1967. He earned his BFA with honors from the Massachusetts College of Art, then relocated back to south Florida in 1997. Newton has taught high school level advanced placement classes in drawing and sculpture at the Alexander Dreyfoos School of the Arts as an Artist in Residence. He has also lectured on his work and exhibited at Florida Atlantic University and has taught workshops for the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art (PBICA) under Michael Rush. Rick Newton’s work is included in distinguished private collections across the United States and in Europe. In the last fifteen years he has exhibited his work internationally and nationally, including shows in New York City and highly regarded art fairs such as Art Miami.

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The Box Gallery
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Whitespace To Be Featured At ArtPalmBeach 2019 And LA Modern Art Fair In January-Peggy Greenfield Opening Reception January 11

Whitespace, The Mordes Collection celebrates an international art fair on each coast: ArtPalmBeach 2019 in West Palm Beach, FL and LA Modern & Contemporary Art Show in January.  The Rickie Report shares the details about these events and Peggy Greenfield’s Opening Exhibit and Public Viewing Days.

 

 

 

 

 

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Whitespace Collection Announces Opening Reception For Peggy Greenfield Exhibit January 11

Join Whitespace, The Mordes Collection for Opening Weekend Celebrations on Friday, January 11, 2019! Enjoy the opening Reception of Peggy Greenfield’s exhibit.  The Rickie Report shares the details about this and future events.

 

 

 

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Ray Gross Debuts NEW Fine Art Hyper-Realistic Porcelains At ArtPalmBeach2016

Ray Gross will debut NEW Fine Art Hyper-Realistic Porcelains at ArtPalmBeach2016 this week at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.  The Rickie Report shares exclusive sneak peeks of the work in progress and details of Ray’s wall and pedestal pieces here. Ray’s Fine Art Hyper-Realistic Porcelains sold out at ArtPalmBeach last season!  

 

 

 

 

R   A   Y        G   R   O   S   S

FINE   ART   HYPER-REALISTIC

PORCELAINS  

ArtPalmBeach2016  

BOOTH 602

 

 

 

 

First View & Collectors’ Invitational:

Wednesday, Jan 20

 

Fair Hours:

Thursday, Jan 21 -­ 12 pm -­ 7 pm
Friday, Jan 22 -­ 12 pm ­- 9 pm
Saturday, Jan 23 -­ 12 pm -­ 7 pm
Sunday, Jan 24 -­ 12 pm -­ 6 pm

 

Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard      West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

 

 

 

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Ray Gross’ Hyper-Realistic Porcelains Works in Progress

 

 

 

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Ray Gross’ Hyper-Realistic Porcelain

 

 

For more information please contact:

 Ray Gross Fine Art
561 951 4749
Euro 0170-5091840
rayhgross@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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Whitespace Features Special Exhibit At ArtPalmBeach 2016 And Annual Brunch

Whitespace, The Mordes Collection, invites you to Col-léct at ArtPalmBeach 2016 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center! Beginning January 20th through January 24th, meet international jewelry artists, Jennifer Merchant (USA), Petra Meiren (Germany) and Annemieke Broenink (Netherlands). In addition, make your reservation for Whitespace’s Annual ArtPalmBeach Brunch which takes place at Whitespace! The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks. See you there!

 

 

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