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Dannielle Tegeder
Dannielle Tegeder
Untitled (Wire Mobile), 2010
Copper, stainless steel, stained glass and ceramic
35 x 32 x 20 in. (89 x 81 x 51 cm)
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We are pleased to announce the following gallery updates:
Dannielle Tegeder at VOLTA NY

Dannielle Tegeder
7 West 34th Street between 5
th and 6th Avenues
New York, NY 10001
Booth D9
Continuing Sunday, March 5th – 7th, from 11 AM – 7 PM
Dannielle Tegeder presents a new version of her work, Library of Abstract Sound, further exploring the relationship between abstract imagery and sound. Tegeder’s unique works on paper, inspired by early 20th Century Modernism and Constructivism, line the walls on a series of shelves in a library setting and are accompanied by corresponding sound pieces. A computer program transcribes her individual drawings into abstract music, playing in the library while a nearby flat-screen monitor shows the specific drawing that matches the sound. Tegeder also introduces new mixed media wire mobiles, three-dimensional reflections of her works on paper, extending the library space and multiplying the experience for her audience.

Jade Townsend at Pulse New York
Jade Townsend
Pulse New York
330 West Street at West Houston
New York, NY 10014
Sunday, March 7th, 12 – 5PM
The Charlie James Gallery of Los Angeles, CA will be presenting “Art Basel Miami Beach Hooverville,” the collaborative work of Jade Townsend and William Powhida. Stop by Booth C-4 to view the large-scale drawing in detail.

Upcoming Exhibition: Jade Townsend at Exit Art
Jade Townsend
Jade Townsend
Born Between Piss and Shit, 2007-10
Installation View
Exit Art
Global/National: The Order of Chaos
March 13
th – May 1st, 2010
Opening reception:
Saturday, March 13th, 7 – 10 PM
Click here for more information about this exhibition.

Nicky Nodjoumi at Art Dubai 2010

Nicky Nodjoumi
Nicky Nodjoumi
Insightful Prayer Facing Other Man, 2010
Oil on canvas
85 x 65 in. (216 x 165 cm)
Art Dubai
Booth #B27
Madinat Jumeirah
Dubai, UAE
Opening Night: Wednesday, March 17th, from 4 – 10 PM
Public Hours:
Thursday, March 18th 04 – 10 PM  
Friday, March 19th 12 – 10 PM
Saturday, March 20th 12 – 06 PM
As contemporary Islamic art emerges with prominence challenging the Western art hegemony Iranian artists seem to play a major role in this development [...] Nicky Nodjoumi, the Iranian born artist living in New York, is among a generation of artists who have pioneered and expanded the very idea of contemporary art in Iran. Although he has been absent for several years from his own country, he remains one of the most influential living Iranian artists to date.
What is most notable about Nodjoumi’s art is the clever balance he continues to maintain between what is authentic and what is universal. He combines Persian metaphors, visual iconography and Iranian political reality with influences and peculiarities borrowed from his host country, that of American culture and politics. It appears as if, like all people who exist in a hybrid manner, Nodjoumi is capable of speaking to and talking about two different worlds simultaneously. Ultimately, one could claim that Nodjoumi is a storyteller with an accent; he tells us bleak and dark narratives rich with allegory, irony and ambiguity.
–Excerpts from an essay by Shirin Neshat, 2009
For more information on Nicky Nodjoumi, click here.

Limited Edition Prints by Debra Hampton

Debra Hampton
Limited Edition Prints
Edition of 50
Cut-out on Canford paper
Signed, dated and numbered on reverse
11 x 8 1/2 in. (28 x22 cm)
Each print $250
We are pleased to announce the release of Debra Hampton’s Limited Edition Prints to coincide with her current exhibition, Twenty Paces, at Priska C. Juschka Fine Art.
To purchase a print, please contact the gallery.
Click here for more information on Debra Hampton’s Twenty Paces.
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