Global Arts Projects Presents
At The Broadway Gallery NYC,
December 1–30, 2010
The Artists at home and abroad exhibition series is a representation of both emerging and established artists on an international scale. Exploring everything from the intersection of abstraction and figuration to the significance of high and low art, each participant creates an entirely different perspective within the cultural sphere of the art world.
The Artists at Home and Abroad exhibition will be on display at Broadway Gallery, in conjunction with several Internet projects, and a print catalog. The exhibit will offer writers and viewers the chance to submit essays and comments on the nature and significance of biennials, fairs and public exposure for new and emerging artists. Featuring many artists working with both new and old mediums, The Artists at Home and Abroad exhibition offers a platform for artists, curators, gallerists as well as writers to voice their ideas on the contemporaryartworld.
Featuring Art by Lo, Nana Bagdavadze, George Bates, Ulla-Britt Bolin, Aase-Hilde Brekke, Stephen Chopek, Claire Fearon, Laura Fung, Sidyk Gayoso, Kristina Garon, Luminita Gliga, Delma Godoy, Kerry Grøneng, Serioshka Hellmund, Nabeela Al Khayer, Lau Gallico Klohe, Juan Lopez, Madama, Melinda McCarthy, Hye Ja Moon, Ana Negro, John Gesager Nielsen, Rosae Novichenko, Tim Okamura, Claire Phipps, Pablo Sebastian Pisacco, Sarah T. Powers, Rotem Reshef, Cristina Rodriguez, Roger Sayre, Hanna Scheriau, Ingvill Solberg, Yolanda Sousa, Charles Swenson, Kelly Vetter, Ilona van Hoek, Lucy Wilner, Pedro Rosario Yaba, and GradyZeeman.
Global Arts Projects "Artists at Home and Abroad” is a group exhibition that spotlights a selection of artist from around the globe who each creates new global perspectives with their art.