NY Arts Magazine and The Broadway Gallery NYC are pleased to announce
The United States Artists Biennial
At the Broadway Gallery NYC
September 16‐30, with an opening reception: Saturday, September 25, 2010, 3 ‐ 6pm
The United States Artists Biennial is a group exhibition project that reunites the U.S participants from the Florence Biennial. The United States Biennial gathers together 50 artists whose work has been shown nationally, and internationally. Creating new global perspectives with their art, each artist will spotlight their work in the epicenter of the art world: New York City.
The salon-style exhibition will features 50 artists from all over the world, now based in the United States in a unique and dynamic visual dialogue.
Featuring Cecilia Del Toro, Bronwyn M. Towle, Flavia D’ Ascoli, Jake Beckman, Jane Ellen Murray, Paloma Bernaldo De Quiros, Rosalyn Engelman, Corinne Whitaker, Jackie Brenner, Shawn Man Roland, Emilia Garcia, Debra van Tuinen, Donna Butnik, Teri Starkweather, Ann Gores, Kimiko Fujimura, Yelena Aronson, Robert May, Kimberly Howland, Daniele Marin, Adrienne Yorinks, Richard Bailey, Lyubov Muravyeva, Nicholas Hernandez, Gulay Berryman, Irene Neal, Pavel Tayber, Kimberly Berg, Al Wildey, Seda Baghdasari, Ana Bikic, Elisha Ben Yitzhak, Katrin Alvarez, Roman Janeczko, Ronna S. Harris, Sheryl Westegreen, Gazala Chinwalla, Nancy Gray, Alicia Torres, Rachel Simmons, C. Drummond, K-Soul, Marilynn Gottlieb, Angela Hague, Patricia Secco, Eduardo Chirino Said, and Benjamin Boland.
From September 16‐30 The United States Artists Biennial 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 over 50 artists with new and old works, of all mediums, The United States Artists Biennial offers a platform for artists, curators, gallerists as well as writers to voice their ideas on the contemporary art world.