The Spring Art Season in New York brings something for everyone, from the best of the best of emerging and established figures working in every medium to edgy, unexpected work in new media on the lower East Side with the first Cutlog fair arriving in New York from France. Without leaving the island of Manhattan, there’s a veritable treasure trove of art to discover.
PULSE ART FAIR
May 9-12, 2013
125 West 18th Street
Tickets are $25 for a 4 day pass or $20 for one day
For more information and to buy tickets, pulse–art.com/new–york
Marking its eighth New York edition, PULSE New York will present 60 national and international galleries exhibiting a blend of emerging and established artists working in all media from photography, painting, and sculpture to performance, installation, and video art. PULSE provides a platform for diverse galleries to present a progressive blend of renowned and pioneering contemporary artists, alongside an evolving series of original programming. The fair’s distinctive commitment to the art community and visitor experience makes PULSE unique among art fairs, creating a dynamic and inviting art market experience.
May 10 -13, 2013
The Clemente (Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center)
107 Suffolk Street, NY 10002
Tickets are $15 for general admission
For more information on day and evening events www.cutlogny.org/en/
In addition to the daytime art fair, après cutlog comes to life each evening from 7:00 pm until Midnight with Outdoor Art Video Screenings, Live Performances, and The Nightclub
A shuttle bus will run between Cutlog and the Frieze ferry stop in Manhattan (35th Street at the East River) – check website for schedule.
Cutlog NY is a both a day and an evening fair with after-hours activities (until midnight) as well as daytime events. As Cutlog, New York’s newest art fair will feature cutting-edge galleries that promote the work of contemporary artists, it’s a great way to discover new talent. The four day event will take place in one of Manhattan’s most vibrant and creative areas, the Lower East Side and will be hosted by the architecturally stunning Clemente Soto Vélez Center. Each of the roughly 40 participating galleries will present an original project featuring one or more works by artists selected by a jury of professionals. A selection of sculptures and installations will be displayed in the CSV Center’s courtyard. A film festival will be held during Cutlog NY, with a series of conferences, talks and performances.
May 10 – 12, 2013
The 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington, 25th Street
Tickets are $10 for general admission
Opening Night May 10 benefit for
For more information, www.reddotfair.com/NewYork/newyorkopen.htm
Red Dot Fair strives to create a fair for galleries specializing in emerging,
mid-career and established artists that present work of lasting value and beyond current trends.
Building upon its reputation as a diverse fair, Red Dot will offer a unique selection of approximately 50 galleries exhibiting painting, sculpture, photography and fine-art objects.
By Lori Simmons Zelenko