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  • Artist Talk Jenny Walshe

    Arts & Culture


    On April 24rd, 4PM, Jennifer Walshe will discuss the work of the notorious Irish art collective Grupat. Walshe will lead a tour of "IRISH NEED NOT APPLY" and give insights into the background of the various works in the exhibit.

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    The project Room of New Media Presents: Irish Need No Apply Featuring the work of Irish art collective Grúpat. April 15 to May 15, 2010

    Grúpat is an international arts collective based in Tallaght, County Dublin, Ireland. The collective works primarily in sound, with work ranging from strictly-notated compositions for classic ensembles to graphic scores, sonic sculptures, sound installations and interventions in both the public and private sphere.

    Grúpat’s work ranges from love letters written by teenage Dubliners to the costumes of drag flaneur The Dowager Marchylove and presentations of previously unexhibited 17th century Irish alchemical vessels. This exhibition is curated by internationally renowned composer Jennifer Walshe.

    “Irish Need Not Apply” is made possible with support of funding from the Arts Council of Ireland. Additional support: courtesy of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.

  • Michael Rees: Social Object: Sculpture and Software

    Arts & Culture, Audio/Visual Design


    The Chelsea Art Museum, Home of the Miotte Foundation, is pleased to present Michael Rees: Social Object: Sculpture and Software. Social Object: Sculpture and Software is an interactive software installation that includes correlated physical objects with virtual objects. Interacting with this artist produced software, creates screen based experiences that construct virtual objects from which physical objects can be derived. The work explores the relationship between language and form while producing a framework for virtual and physical play.

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  • Thursdays in the Chelsea Art Museum are for free!

    Arts & Culture, Audio/Visual Design


    Come and enjoy the museum for free on Thursdays until 8pm!

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    Docent Tours are held in Chelsea Art Museum every Saturday at 3.00 p.m.

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    November 20 - December 19, 2009

    Ferdinando Ambrosino is an Italian Artist, born in 1938, who began painting in the early 1950’s. The diverse styles he achieved between the 1950’s and 70’s resemble and transcend impressionism, cubism and neo-realism. During this time his work developed, addressing subjects and themes of his native land and of the reality of Man as laborer. The Sacred Profane represents his more recent work. This contemporary series, which encompasses the maturity of his artistic voice, has been referred to as an iconographic style that fuses the abstraction and spirituality of the genre with the vivid realism of still lives and landscapes.

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    Nov 20, 2009- Jan 02, 2010

    Like all major artists, Chen Cheng-hsiung has been the subject of a good deal of writing. Critics and historians have traced his career, his development into a thoroughly mature Abstract painter, and the stages by which he has moved on from one kind of Abstraction to another, showing that he has never been content to stay where he was, but has constantly moved forward to explore new ground

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    Nov 20, 2009- Jan 02, 2010

    So-Bin Park’s imagery offsets the beautiful against the beastly into a symphony or perhaps a dissonance upon the two extremes. She juxtaposes the scaly darkness of a dragon against the delicate translucent skin of the female beauty embraced by his roughness. The resulting differences in color, texture, content, density, sparseness and the nuanced shades in-between them makes for a very sensuous yet complex oeuvre. Park plays with and engages in a dialogue about beauty and its beholder, or beauty and its perceived opposite; ugliness.

  • A most special and unique poetry event in praise of the “Forces of nature” and highlighting the green movement in art. Six leading poets and art critics will read from their works on Saturday afternoon at 4 pm, November 7, 2009. Donald Kuspit, James Mann, Cynthia Nadelman, Carter Ratcliff, Raphael Rubenstein, Jeffrey Cyphers Wright. The reading will take place on the first floor in conjunction with Marlene Tseng Yu’s solo show of epic paintings.

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    Will Calhoun Live Performance and CD Release Party October 28, 2009 8 pm

    The Chelsea Art Museum – Home of the Miotte Foundation – is pleased to present Will Calhoun, formerly of In Living Colour CD Release Party. The "Native Lands" CD features performances with Pharaoh Sanders, Marcus Miller, Nana Vasconcelos, Stanley Jordan, Wallace Roney, Buster Williams, and more. The DVD features visual/audio research of Calhoun's rhythmic, cultural, and musical research in Africa, South and Central America, and the Outback of Australia.

    Tickets are $15 / $10 students and seniors / Free for CAM Members

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