SCOPE New York

Today marks only 2 days until the opening of SCOPE Art Show's New York fair and you can feel the energy and excitement building here in the Big Apple! As you may already know (but just in case you don't) I have been working in the exhibitor relations department at SCOPE for the past two months and couldn't have been luckier than to land a job with one of my favorite art show's in the world. What I really love so much about SCOPE is that they are all about supporting up and coming and mid level artists that come from all different walks of life whom you wouldn't always get the opportunity to see in a gallery setting. This is something that I have always felt very strongly about since my interest peaked in the fine art world as you might be aware of if you've been following this blog for a while. 

Sinead O'Donnell, 'Above the Clouds' courtesy of Golden Thread Gallery
David Spriggs 'Data' courtesy of Art Mur
Ayline Olukm 'Curtains' courtesy of Galeria Bertrand Gillig

For our New York show it is going to be a remarkably interesting mixture of artists that I think will impress not only the average joe who know's little to nothing about the upper echelons of the fine art world but also the curators, directors and collectors who spend their days looking at paintings, sculptors and mixed media work. I personally am extremely excited that we will be having pieces from some of my favorite street artists as well as ton of other amazing work by artists that I was not familiar with before. If you are in town I HIGHLY recommend that you find yourself at Skylight at Moynihan Station on 33rd street in between 8th and 9th avenue, March 7-9th; it's going to be a spectacle you do not want to miss.  
For more information about the fair you can click here. 

David Hanes 'Aware No.325' courtesy of Birch Contemporary 
Lottie Davis 'Viola as Twins' courtesy of Cynthia Corbett Gallery
Regine Schumann 'Color Mirror Rainbow' courtesy of De Buck Gallery
Speedy Graphito 'Game Over' courtesy of Fabien Castanier Gallery