NaeraArts is pleased to present Hidden Forms, the first New York solo exhibition of Italian artist Michele Telari, on viewat One Art Space Gallery from June 21 to 27, 2017. An opening reception will be held at Wednesday, June 21 from 7:00 to 9:00PM. Curated by Naera Kim, Hidden Forms highlights Michele Telari’s abstract and atmospheric renderings of the multiple narratives inherent in the cityscape.
NaeraArts was thrilled to introduce iconic limited edition photographs of Prince pre-fame to a New York audience of collectors. The series documented a star on the rise–youthful, earnest, playful and smiling in Minneapolis, defining his early unique style and virtuosic talent. Thank you to all the collectors and friends for an amazing night. Curated by Naera Kim.
May 18th 2016. One Art Space Gallery, NYC.
A hugely successful opening reception for our group exhibition Metamorphic Abstraction, curated by Naera Kim. We would like to thank everyone for an amazing night. We also thank artists Rubin, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Jose Margulis and Dan Gausman for their talent and being part of the show. Naera
We are pleased to announce Steven Schreiber's new solo exhibition at Nu Hotel, Downtown Brooklyn. Exhibition date April 1 - June 30, 2015. Opening reception April 9th, 6-9pm.
NaeraArts is happy to announce Pablo Griss is featured in the prestigious 100 Painters of Tomorrow, authored by Kurt Beers and published by Thames & Hudson. Book launches at Christie’s London on October 30th, group exhibition at Beers Contemporary Gallery in London on November 27th, and One Arts Space Gallery in New York City on November 6th of 2014.
The Compounding Edge with E. Thurston Belmer and Magdalena Firląg
Curated by Naera Kim
Wednesday, October 15 - November 7, 2014 Opening Reception: October 15, 7 - 9PM
Salomon Arts Gallery
82 Leonard Street, 4th Floor Tribeca, New York, NY 10013
Hours: Mon - Tues (only by appointment)), Wed - Frid 2 - 6 PM; Sat 3 - 6 PM
New York, NY (October 15, 2014) - NaeraArts and the Salomon Arts Gallery is pleased to announce The Compounding Edge, a two-artist exhibition featuring E. Thurston Belmer and Magdalena Firlag. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, October 15 from 7-9PM.
Curated by Naera Kim, marking the first collaboration between the Salomon Arts Gallery and an outside agent, The Compounding Edge places the monumental art of E. Thurston Belmer and Magdalena Firlag in conversation, allowing for a thought-provoking visual contrast and clash. The exhibition presents two artists who, despite their differences, both use traditional artistic techniques in order to represent and, at times, critique contemporary society. Combining the weight of their many art historical references with an unmistakably modern edge, Firlag and Belmer’s works appear almost timeless, maintaining a classical devotion to rigorous artistic production.
With his large-scale paintings such as Still Life and Bone and Blood, E. Thurston Belmer’s darkly melancholy and exquisitely beautiful works reveal his deep reverence for the traditions of oil painting and skilled draftsmanship. With references ranging from Caravaggio to Jacques-Louis David, Belmer’s art emerges as a thoroughly raw, almost punk take on Neoclassicism. Not only technically striking, Belmer’s disturbing yet engrossing works are filled with complex symbolism, investigating powerful themes from eroticism to the thin boundary between life and death.
Like Belmer, Magdalena Firląg also works in highly traditional artistic mediums from mosaic-making to fresco-painting. In enormous mosaic works of currency like The Great Glass, Firlag employs reused glass from recycled bottles not only as her chosen materials but also, as a symbol for the circulation of capital and our troubled relation to economic systems. Drawing on the legacy of Byzantine murals and the mosaics of Pompeii, Firlag’s highly skilled and challenging art displays her incisive social commentary though unexpected mediums.
We are happy to announce the upcoming art exhibition of Steven Schreiber and Justin Terry at the Contemporary Art Fair NYC 2014 on May 8th - 11th. With Frieze New York as an anchor in the month of May, we look forward to being part of this exciting week presenting a diverse showing that combines the worlds of design, fine & functional art by established and emerging artists & designers. http://www.contemporaryartfairnyc.com/home.ph
Location: The Tunnel
269 11th Avenue (between 27th & 28th St.)
New York, NY 10011
Artists Miya Ando, Todd Gavin, Kay H. Lin, Pey Chwen Lin, Jeremiah Tiepen, Sarah Walko, Xl Feit, Marlene Tseng YU, Hai Zhang. With guest curator Luchia Lee.
Raising the Temperature addresses contemporary artistic response to observed anthropogenic challenges to the environment. No one is external to the social and cultural context of life. The environmental crisis is the result of decades of commitment to the priority of material value to the exclusion of cultural change and sustainability. Human survival demands a reconfiguration of lifestyle in the context of a re-estimation of global values in Eco-preference. The words Raising the Temperature are a metaphor for this issue which is the responsibility of us all.
Raising the Temperature comprises nine artists working in various media who search for a new vantage on this urgent and critical subject. The perspective is aesthetic, not aggressively political. Scientific alarms have been filtered through artistic sensibilities. The works presented here comment on our changing relationship to the world we inhabit, or discuss the conditions and consequences of our urban life and its toll on the planet.
February 2, - March 1, 2014. Queens Museum of Arts. New York City Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park Queens, NY 11368-3398
Lifted Space, Solo Exhibition
Justin Terry’s art provides a definitive look at the importance of working in traditional abstraction and the continuum of the Neo-Abstraction tradition. It pivots the movement of Lyrical Abstraction from the late sixties and early seventies. In exploring the nature of painting both as cultured language and expression, Justin Terry adheres to the doctrine of abstraction, past and present. This exhibition explores the spiritual revelation from the realities of modern life and space, while expressing genuine human values through poetic visuals.
Saint Peter's Living Room Gallery December 16, 2013 - February 10, 2014
619 Lexington Ave. & 54th St. New York, NY 10022