On Saturday, June 9, join ARTLOG and ArtAssure on an Upper East Side Crawl, an exciting opportunity to explore the area’s famed galleries and hear directly from the curators. The galleries of the Upper East Side are world-renown for their collections of both historic and modern art, presented in some of the most beautiful spaces in Manhattan. The exhibitions on the crawl span 19th-century portraiture to contemporary painting.
ARTLOG has hosted over a dozen art crawls and is excited about presenting its first Crawl on the Upper East Side. In this self-guided event, you will be able to follow a schedule of talks throughout the afternoon. At each gallery you will learn about the works on view, new artists, and art world trends, all while enjoying drinks and snacks. The evening ends with an after-party at Le Magnifique, with complimentary cocktails from Appleton Estate Rum.
This Crawl is also the official start of ARTLOG’s Summer Art Pass experience, an opportunity to attend over ten ARTLOG summer events at one flat price. Click here for more details.
When: 3:30 to 6:00 p.m., after-party 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Check-in at Edelman Arts, 136 East 74th Street, between 3:00 and 3:30 p.m.
Edelman Arts – Unnatural History is the latest show by Christopher Winter, an English painter now residing in Berlin. The show is filled with works intended to suspend disbelief and alter perceptions.
Venus Over Manhattan – Adam Lindemann founded this new gallery as a curatorial platform for exhibitions and projects that expand the conventional gallery format through collaborations with artists, dealers, collectors, curators, and institutions. À rebours, the current exhibition, was inspired by the novel by J.K. Huysmans and explores the notion of “against the grain” through a selection of more than fifty works, including African fetishes.
Gerald Peters Gallery – The latest exhibition Defining Modern presents works by twenty-six American artists whose diverse aesthetics defied simple classification as they defined the modernist art of the first half of the 20th century.
Freedman Art – In Frank Stella: New Works, one of America’s most influential and inventive artists continues to explore new ground with his most recent relief sculptures, the Scarlatti Kirkpatrick series, initiated in 2006.
Keno Auctions – Founded by fine and decorative arts expert Leigh Keno, Keno Auctions is widely recognized for its expertise in fine and decorative arts. The current sale, Important American and European Paintings, presents an exceptional selection of 71 works by important American and European artists from the 16th through 20th centuries.
Keszler Gallery – The new show Marco Glaviano: Supermodels highlights the most celebrated photographs of Marco Glaviano (b. 1942), famous for pioneering the “supermodels” movement. Glaviano’s photographs of prominent figures such as Cindy Crawford, Paulina Porizkova, Claudia Schiffer, and Eva Herzigova earned him a reputation among the world’s leading fashion photographers.
Hauser & Wirth – Up now is an exciting exhibition titled Science on the back end. Artists selected by Matthew Day Jackson. Jackson selected five artists that inspire him, gave them each a room in the gallery, and allowed each to select the works they wanted to present.