One more time the Brazilian art is the centerpiece in New York City. Art Spring 2012/Contacto New York shows to the capital of the world the art work of 17 artists, most of them originally from Brazil. The mix of nationalities brings a unique contemporary atmosphere. The exhibition takes place at Ward-Nasse Gallery from May 1st through May 30th 2012, and it will delight the public with a variety of colors and detailed sculptures.
Curated by Leda Maria, a Brazilian fine artist herself, Art Spring 2012/Contacto New York is open to all of the art lovers and to those who want to dive in a colorful and vibrant world.
Here are the participant artists: Aissata Pinto da Costa, Amanda Dolan, Angela de Assis, Angela Lintz, Beth Miguez, Edward Colarik, Fernanda Guimaraes, Flory Menezes, Geraldo Lamego, Giovanni Femia, Helena Troia, Ines Aviz, Jane Bastos, Maria Marita, Meeg Hai, Regina Brandao and Vanessa Nahoul.
Organized by the acclaimed fine artist Flory Menezes, Art Spring 2012/Contacto New York will be officially open on May 5th, from 7pm to 10pm. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11am - 6pm, Sunday, 1pm – 6pm.
Located in the Soho, Ward-Nasse Gallery is a non-profit space specially created for any artist in New York City. Founded by Harry Nasse, the gallery exhibits from traditional to experimental art forms. Thousands of artists have started their career at Ward-Nasse Gallery. Among them is the American experimental performance artist, composer and musician Laurie Anderson.
WHAT: Art Spring 2012/Contacto New York
WHEN: May 1st – May 30th 2012
WHERE: Ward-Nasse Gallery – 178 Prince Street, Soho, New York