7 Artists Turn Painting On Its Side

7 Artists Turn Painting On Its Side

GOING HORIZONTAL: SEVEN ARTISTS TURN PAINTING ON ITS SIDE  FIRST HORIZONTALIST EXHIBITION OPENS AT STUDIO VENDOME, 330 SPRING STREET, APRIL 25-JUNE 2 New York: Going Horizontal: Turning Painting On Its Side, the first exhibition featuring the work of a seven artists known as The Horizontalists will open at Studio Vendome at The Philip Johnson Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street (between Washington and Greenwich Streets) in SoHo on April 25th through June 2nd. This exhibition is mounted by ArtEmergence.com, an art-consulting agency for emerging artists, in collaboration with RediscoveredMasters.com. An open house reception will be held on Saturday, May 11th at Studio Vendome, at which time the artists will be present to discuss their work.  The exhibition will then open in East Hampton, Long Island at Lawrence Fine Arts, at  37 Newtown Lane, from June 6th to June 30th.

The Horizontalists distinguish themselves as a group that pours, paints, drips, scrapes, and abrades pigments on horizontal surfaces as they bear down from above onto floors or tables rather than on easels or walls.  They recall that seminal Horizontalist, Jackson Pollock, who attacked the ground with his drip-action technique in the village of Springs out on Long Island’s East end.

EXHIBITION INFORMATION:

Going Horizontal: Turning Painting On Its Side opens April 25 to June 2 at Studio Vendome, at the Philip Johnson Urban Glass House, 330 Spring Street (between Washington and Greenwich Streets) in SoHo. Gallery hours are: Noon to 6:00 P.M., Thursday through Saturday and by appointment only. The open house reception is on Saturday, May 11.

From June 6 to June 30, the exhibition moves to Lawrence Fine Art, 37 Newtown Lane, in East Hampton, Long Island. Gallery hours are: Monday through Friday, Noon to 8:30 P.M. and 11 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday.

Event Date (1)  :  April 25th – June 2

Event Venue :  Studio Vendome

Event Time : 12 PM – 6 PM

Event Date (2) : June 6 to June 30

Event Venue : Lawrence Fine Art

Event Time :Monday – Friday from 12 PM – 8:30 P.M and

Saturday and Sunday from 11 A.M. to 8:30 P.M

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7 Artists Turn Painting On Its Side
When: January 1, 1970
More Info: http://www.artemergence.com/
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