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SCOPE New York 2015

  • SCOPE New York 2015
  • SCOPE New York 2015
March 5, 2015
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Believe it or not, SCOPE Art Show has been around for 15 years! The anniversary edition of the fair is coming up in New York, bringing several interesting exhibitional innovations and, as ever, the most exciting artists in the domain of contemporary and urban art. Fifteen years ago, SCOPE Art Show entered the scene and stirred up spirits in the more progressive direction, bringing innovative ideas and igniting different views on artistic expression, with its continuous support for emerging artists and galleries. Today, the art fair is definitely one of the coolest art market events, an influential power in the cultural and artistic domain worldwide. Novelties of SCOPE New York 2015 include new location – across from the Metropolitan Pavilion hosting The Armory Show, new installation concept and lots of new, visionary art.

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Bjoern Thomas at Bart Gallery Cologne

Progressive Art Fair Installation

SCOPE team has taken a serious step towards breaking the mold of the usual art fair, spread across a vast floor, divided into variously designed booths by various galleries. The novel presentation of an art fair includes an open-plan floor, where the exhibition of all galleries together is presented as one – flowing naturally from an exhibitor to an exhibitor, making the whole experience much more unified, organic, intimate and aesthetically exciting. Among the 54 exhibitors participating at SCOPE New York 2015, there will, as expected, be the leading representatives of world’s best urban and contemporary artists, bringing their new endeavors in the field of visual art, as well as some new names with avant-garde ideas. The full list of SCOPE exhibitors you can see on the following page of this article. Half of the galleries come from across the USA, while four descended from Canada. Among European galleries, a notable presence of Netherlandish exhibitors can be seen, while Asian galleries include representatives from Japan, Korea and Hong Kong, along with a couple of Israeli art spaces. One Russian and one Australian gallery will be there to spice up the international roster of the first SCOPE fair this year.

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SARAH BAHBAH – Takeout Has Never Been Sexier Thanks to This Instagram Account, 2014 – Courtesy of Corridor Contemporary


Widewalls Highlights or Where to Find

Going through the Exhibitor list of SCOPE New York 2015, we’ve uncovered several galleries holding pieces that would be interesting for urban art and young collectors, including famous names of the New Contemporary genre coming from across the world. Amsterdam based Andenken Gallery is to offer pieces by the artist XO, while another space from the same city, Kallenbach Gallery, is to display work by Jaybo Monk. Monk’s art will be present in the roster of the Californian SOZE Gallery, along with names such as Zio Ziegler, Miss Van, Marco Pho Grassi, Magnus Gjoen, Erin M. Riley, Dale vN Marshall, and Ciler. Los Angeles based Lawrence Cantor Fine Art is offering the fantastically carved books by Kerry Miller among its artists, and Untitled Projects Los Angeles is showing work by the star on the rise, Lucien Smith, also as a part of a larger group of artists. C.A.V.E. Gallery from Venice Beach is to have some interesting work by Rubin415, and AZart Gallery from New York is having works by Cope2 among others. Another Amsterdam establishment, Mini Galerie is offering works by Boris Tellegen, while the Inner State Gallery Detroit is bringing the infamous piece by Ryan McCannDeath to Shepard Fairey. To finish off our highlighting with three New York spaces, Emmanuel Fremin will show Moby’s photographs among other great names, Hamburg Kennedy Photographs full roster includes the famous Mr.Brainwash, Jose Parla, Retna, Shepard Fairey, Donny Miller, Russel Young, Stuart Semple, Mark Bradford, Banksy, and Takashi Murakami. And lastly, we’d recommend stopping at Dean Borghi Fine Art, where the art of Christopher Wool and Francis Bacon as some of the biggest stars of the event.

Inner State Gallery
Ryan McCann – Death to Shepard Fairey

Special Programming at SCOPE: Juxtapoz, Breeder and Bombay Sapphire

Special programs at SCOPE include already a traditional show sections – Juxtapoz presents, Breeder program dedicated to the emerging artists, and the presentation of The BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series 2014 winner, Kristine Mays. Juxtapoz Magazine program will include a charity auction realized in collaboration with Waves For Water, drawing attention to the burning problem of drinking water with the help of the art. TFR Gallery, UNIV Surf Shop and Chandran Gallery coordinated artists to paint surf boards and donate them for the cause, and a wonderful group of creatives responded, including Beau Stanton, Dan Witz, Grotesk, Brett Amory, Logan Hicks, Mary Iverson and more. SCOPE New York 2015 will include the display of these snowboards. Also, in the Featured Programming, Juxtapoz is to curate the group of galleries representing the New Contemporary expression, including exhibitors as Andenken, C.A.V.E. Gallery, Chandran Gallery, Galerie C.O.A., Inner State Gallery, Joseph Gross Gallery, Kallenbach Gallery, Krause Gallery, Parlor Gallery, SOZE Gallery, Station16 Gallery, and Thinkspace.

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Left: Henrijs Preiss at Gallery Bastejs Riga / Right: Christopher Wool at Dean Borghi Fine Art

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation Program

Another important special program at SCOPE New York belongs to the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and it bears the title The Time is NOW. The showcase will commemorate the 20th anniverssary of the Foundation by highlighting 20 of the Rush Alumni contemporary artists who delve into matters of social injustice via arts. Variety of media, spanning across the artistic plane are to demonstrate skills and ideas of a large group of creatives including Derrick Adams, Kimberly Becoat, Sanford Biggers, Michael Paul Britto, Collin Chase, William Cordova, Brandon Coley Cox, Molly Crabapple, Sophia Dawson, Nicky Enright, Stevenson Estime, Duron Jackson, Shani Jamila, Ann Johnson, Gautam Kansara, Coby Kennedy, Miguel Luciano, Christina Massey, Michael Mut, SolSax, Dread Scott, and Stan Squirewell. The Time is NOW exhibition came out under the influence of RESPOND exhibition at Smack Mellon in Dumbo, Brooklyn, which got postponed after the recent verdicts regarding police brutality as a reaction to the discriminatory treatment of the US black citizens by the police. The Rush artists deliver the clear message – The Time is NOW to make changes in society!

Along with the new exhibition look, SCOPE New York is to hold a series of special events for Platinum and VIP Cardholders – the important patrons of the fair, including exclusive parties, brunches, cocktail events, but also – private art performances.

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Left: Alberto Sorbelli at Life as a work of Art Paris / Right: Karim Hamid at AUREUS Contemporary

SCOPE New York 2015 Art Fair

SCOPE New York is opening its doors for the special crowd tomorrow at its new location at Metropolitan Pavilion West, on March 6 at 2pm New York time, and the event will run concurrently with the other Armory Week shows, closing on Sunday, March 8, 2015. We are awaiting the sales reports!

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Next Page: Exhibitors and Artists at SCOPE New York 2015

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Ursula Burke at Golden Thread Gallery
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Left: ALEX YANES at Joseph Gross Gallery / Right: Anke Eilergerhard at Galerie Le Royer
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Left: TROY SIMMONS at Jan Kossen gallery / Right: SYLVIA HOMMERT at Parlor Gallery
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TED LAWSON – Broken Artery, 2014 – Joseph Gross Gallery
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Left: Han Ho at SIA New York / Right: Jaybo Monk at Kallenbach Gallery
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Alexandria Smith – When The Bough Breaks, Detail, 2014 – Rush Arts Galleries
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Left: Rob Tarbell at Krause Gallery / Right: Nimai Kesten at Licht Feld Gallery
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Ellen Steinberg Coven at Looc Art Gallery
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Left: Swampy at Chandran Gallery / Right: Alexandria Smith – Courtesy of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation
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Left: Rubin415 at C.A.V.E. Gallery / Right: Francis Bacon at Dean Borghi Fine Art
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LUCIEN SMITH – KNOW (Portrait of the Artist as a Child), 2008 – Untitled Projects


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SCOPE New York: Exhibitors and Artists

Widewalls has made the effort to pack all the exhibitors from the official SCOPE New York 2015 Program into one table together with the artists these galleries represent, making it easier for our readers and collectors to find the exact dealer of their artist of choice. Scroll down for the table and some more visual highlights of the upcoming SCOPE!

11.12 Gallery Moscow | SingaporeAlexander Biryulin
Andenken AmsterdamXO
Art Projects Gallery Hong KongTak Bak Chiang, Madoka Takagi, Ryota Unno, Tang-Wei Hsu,
Art Unified Venice, CAEwan David Eason
Artify Gallery Hong KongBambi Lam, Laura Nogueira Li, Evan Wu
AUREUS Contemporary ProvidenceKarim Hamid, Victor Freso, Claire Shegog,
Azart Gallery New YorkCope2, Casey Watson, Clara Fialho
Barbarian Art Gallery ZurichSergey Dozhd
Bart Gallery CologneBjoern Thomas
C.A.V.E. Gallery Venice beachRubin415
Chandran Gallery San FranciscoSwampy
Contempop Gallery Tel AvivIgal Pardo
Damien A. Roman Fine Art East HamptonGentleman's Game, Nathan Sawaya & Dean West, Tim Conlon, Francesco Lo Castro
Dean Borghi Fine Art New YorkFrancis Bacon, Christopher Wool
e3 {a small gallery} OostendAvner Sher
Emmanuel Fremin New YorkMoby, Nathan Vincent, Antoine Rose, Eitan Vitkon
EMON Photo Gallery TokyoConemporary Japanese Photography
Galerie C.O.A. MontrealEric Nado, Isaac Cordal, Gawd, Russ Noto, Sandra Chevrier, Sergio Garcia, Spazuk, Caleb Hahne,
Galerie Juliane Hundertmark BerlinDaniel Sueiras, Juliane Hundertmark, Yasuhiro Onishi
Galerie LeRoyer MontrealAnke Eilergerhard
Galerie Mark Hachem New York | ParisHERBST
Galleri Ramfjord OsloErik Formoe, Henrik Uldalen, Olav Mathisen, Peter Ravn
Gallery Bastejs RigaHenrijs Preiss
Gallery G-77 KyotoHiroko Tsuchida
gallery incurve kyoto Kyoto, JapanKatsuhiro Terao, Takeshi Sakamoto, Tomoyuki Shinki
Gallery on Wade TorontoCurtis Wehrfritz
Golden Thread Gallery BelfastUrsula Burke, Lesley Cherry, Sara Greavu, Phil Hession, Nicholas Keogh, and Ryan Moffett
Hamburg Kennedy Photographs New YorkMr.Brainwash, Jose Parla, Retna, Shepard Fairey, Donny Miller, Russel Young, Stuart Semple, Mark Bradford, Banksy, Takashi Murakami
Inner State Gallery DetroitRyan McCann
Instinct Art Gallery MinneapolisDavid Hamlow, Kate Casanova, David Aschenbrener, david sebberson, Ron Taylor
Jan Kossen New YorkTroy Simmons
Joseph Gross Gallery New YorkAlex Yanes
Kallenbach Gallery AmsterdamJaybo Monk
Krause Gallery New YorkRob Tarbell
Labartino Gallery MiamiSam Fryer
Lawrence Cantor Fine Art Los AngelesAndrew Myers, Kerry Miller, Blake Collins, Craig Alan and others
Licht Feld BaselNimai Kesten, MARCK, Ayakamay, Peter Dauphin genannt Muth
Life as a Work of Art New York | ParisAlberto Sorbelli
LOOC Art Bedford HillsRon Aloni, Ellen Steinberg Coven, Tomas Vu and Kit Warren
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art Gallery ScarsdaleDJ Leon
Masters Gallery BrooklynJoram Roukes and Charles Wilkin
Mini Galerie AmsterdamBoris Tellegen (Delta), Jeroen Heeman (Erosie), Graphic Surgery,
Nellie Castan Projects MelbourneMarc Freeman
Parlor Gallery Asbury ParkSylvia Hommert
RARE Gallery New YorkDionisios Fragias, Leslie Lyons & JB Wilson, Colin Prahl, Taylor Baldwin, Zach Horn
Rebecca Hossack Gallery LondonEmma Haworth
Ronen Art Gallery AmsterdamDaan Oude Elefrink
Rush Arts Gallery New YorkAlexandria Smith etc.
SCAI, Seoul SeoulContemporary Korean Artists
SIA NY New YorkHan Ho
SOZE Gallery West HollywoodJaybo Monk, Zio Ziegler, Miss Van, Marco Pho Grassi, Magnus Gjoen, Erin M. Riley, Dale vN Marshall, Ciler
Station16 Gallery Montreal123Klan
Thinkspace Culver CityAndrew Hem
Untitled Projects Los AngelesJeffrey Terreson, Marcio Decker, Kenny Cole, Joyce Pommer, Lucien Smith, Marcus Jansen, Steve Zolin, Terrence Sanders
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Andrew Hem at Thinkspace Gallery
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Left: X-O, Safe Travels 4, Lost Object, 2014, Lost objects collected around Amsterdam, Courtesy of Andenken Gallery / Right: Kit Warren at Loocart Gallery
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Marc Freeman – Left: Composition#18 / Right: Composition#21 – Nellie Castan Projects
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Left: Marc Freeman at Nellie Castan Projects / Right: Herbst at Mark Hachem Gallery
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Left: 123Klan at Station16 Gallery / Right: Taylor Baldwin at RARE Gallery
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Daan Oude Elefrink – Tunes of Decay, 2012, edition of 8 – Ronen Art Gallery
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Left: Ron Aloni at Loocart Gallery / Right: SERGEY DOZHD at Barbarian Art Gallery
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Moby at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery
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Left: Emma Haworth at Rebecca Hossack Gallery / Right: Curtis Wehrfritz at Gallery on Wade
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Sara Greavu – Halloween Lightbox 2 – Golden Thread Gallery
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Kristine Mays – Winner of the Bombay Sapphire ‪‎Artisan Series
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Zach Horn – Alice – RARE Gallery
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Sam+Fryer at Labartino Gallery