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Fountain NY: March 4th - 7th, 2010 11am - 7pm daily. See catalog/website for further details. Fountain is an independent exhibit of cutting-edge art galleries displaying the freshest work in a spacious and collaborative installation environment. Our initiative is designed to break free of the traditional art fair model and offer art enthusiasts, collectors and critics an engaging new platform for experiencing contemporary art. This is the 4th year for Fountain in New York - The 2010 venue is over 10,000 sq. foot at Pier 66 (aka The Frying Pan). The exhibition runs during The Armory show.

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  • NY175 Seventh AvenueNew York, NY 10011Phone: 212 242 6220ar t@ar tbazaar.tvhttp://www.ar tbazaar.tv

    The Art Bazaar 07

    The Art Bazaar founded in 2009 by Michael Lyons Wier, of the Lyons Wier Gallery, is a platform for unrepresented artists to connect with clients and collectors in response to the decreasing amount of exhibition opportunities available in New York City.

    Director Hans Wolf manages and maintains The Art Bazaar Agency, a vehicle that helps to find artists further representation in the global arts community.

    Left: Charlene Lanzel, Fresh Fish, 48 X 34Right: Evan Levine, Love Slash No Time, 72 X 48

    8721 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90069

    Phone: 626 345 0145ben@ar tslant.com

    http://www.ar tslant.com

    ArtSlant08

    ArtSlant presents Eye on the Prize, featuring the works of Julie Davidow, Yo Fukui, Adam Jahnke, and Michael Zelehoski. Chosen from a list of finalists juried by leading gallerists and art professionals over the course of 2009, these four artists are the winners of the 2009 Juried Showcase. They are getting some more deserved exposure with ArtSlants debut exhibition, curated especially for Fountain NY.

    Rather than opting for a standard gallery exhibition, ArtSlant is taking this novel, alternative approach to highlight the artists who give us all something to talk and write about. Started in 2006, ArtSlant is known for its comprehensive online global network that includes interviews, reviews, exhibition listings, and the latest in contemporary art, artists and buzz.

    Left: Adam Jahnke, Loathing the Leviathan, Various SizesRight: Julie Davidow, The New Strain #13, 48 x 48

    21 Nor th Ferry RoadShelter Island, NY 11964Phone: 631 749 4062info@boltaxgallery.comhttp://boltaxgallery.com

    Boltax Gallery 01

    Boltax Gallery is pleased to present Nuala Clarkes site specific installation One of One Thousand Worlds. This one world will be on exhibition in the Lackawana kaboose. The multi-media installation will include drawings, paintings, word maps, video and sound and is the first in a series of intimate views of one thousands worlds.

    Established in 2001, Boltax Gallery is located 100 miles east of New York City on Shelter Island. Representing a diverse and international group of emerging and mid-career artists, it is our objective to present progressive work in all artistic mediums, while remaining true to the time-tested tradition of painting.Left & Right: Nuala Clarke, One of One Thousand Worlds

    Fountain is an independent exhibit of cutting-edge art

    galleries displaying the freshest work in a spacious and

    collaborative installation environment. Our initiative is designed

    to break free of the traditional art fair model and offer art

    enthusiasts, collectors and critics an engaging new platform for

    experiencing contemporary art. This is the 4th year for

    Fountain in New York - The 2010 venue is over 10,000 sq. foot

    at Pier 66 (aka The Frying Pan). The exhibition runs during The

    Armory show. EXHIBITORS

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    11am > 7pmThurs March 4

    Fri March 5

    Sat March 6

    > VIP/Press Preview (to benefit MAD)> Reception for Public> Depreciation Guild> ADULT> ARTLOG Live> DJ Marky Ramone (from The Ramones)

    > 11am - 7pm

    > 7pm - midnight

    > 7pm - midnight

    Daily

    4B rue du Chevalier, de la barre Paris, FR 75018

    Phone: +33 (0) 664 188 522habibdiab@galeriezeitgeist.com

    www.galeriezeitgeist.com

    Galerie Zeitgeist13

    Created in August 2009 by Habib Diab (Art Collector & Chairman of Curart Association), Galerie Zeitgeist is an unconventional Parisian gallery. Mr Diab promotes essentially Contextual Art as Contemporary Art. Galerie Zeitgeist will exhibit three artists Zevs, Yevgeniy Fiks and Raphael Denis, as eyewitnesses of our period.

    Zevs uses the original colors & re-paints corporate logos with excess drawing attention to, & visually disturbing the recognizable & omnipresent trademark. Yevgeniy Fiks paints his subjects; current members of the Communist Party USA, from life in trivial interiors of their New York offices. Raphael Denis realizes WTB World Towers of Babel, a monumental sculpture that symbolizes the culture shock between two civilizations and precariousness of the world.

    Left: Zevs, Nasdaq, 2010Right: Raphael Denis, WTB - World Towers of Babel, sculpture

    105 Thompson StreetNew York, NY 10012Phone: 203 912 4030gpzero234@hotmail.comhttp://www.suckerchump.com

    Greg Haberny 12

    Pop Culture Wasteland...

    Where do icons flee to rest? Where does truth dare lay its weary head? Why such a famine of yesteryears glamour? All the answers, and more, can be found on the walls at Greg Habernys installation: Pop Culture Wasteland!!! A ubiquitous plethora of fallen heroes, faded fads and historical lore; resurrected in a cauldron of sociopolitical mayhem. Come; relax with the penniless, the heartbroken and the disillusioned in a fun-filled installation of art and performance at Pop Culture Wasteland!

    Left: Greg Haberny, Patriotic Insemination, 6 X 9Right: Greg Haberny, The Dyslexia Of War, 24 X 22

    30 Grand StreetNew York, NY 10013

    Phone: 212 334 0204info@christinaray.comhttp://christinaray.com

    Christina Ray02

    Christina Ray gallery & Fountain are pleased to present Idea For the Here and Now, a group exhibition of limited edition hand-pulled screen prints to benefit Transformazium, an emerging collaborative arts center in Braddock, Pennsylvania. For the benefit, local and internationally renowned artists have donated a short Idea for the here and now: doings, imaginings, practices and interactions geared toward the transformation of resources into tangible social and economic benefits for small communities and the world at large.

    Transformazium is an active formation of artists, designers, inter-activists, fledgling farmers, visitors and residents of the 15104 area.100% of proceeds from the exhibition will benefit repairs to Transformaziums headquarters.

    238 East 24 St, #1BNew York, NY 10010Phone: 646 265 5508norm@creongallery.comhttp://www.creongallery.com/

    CREON Gallery 06

    A new venue, CREON Gallery for the last year has been staging a diverse mix of events in a Gramercy/Flatiron hideaway location. CREONs founder and director Norm Hinseys approach is based on the Dali maxim that So little of what could happen, does happen and has established a serendipitous program that confounds expectations and operates outside the decorous rules of the artworld.

    A warmness of anomie filled me at the CREON Gallery- Charlie Finch, Quoted on Artnet.

    Left: Dianne Bowen, Unseen Lines Seek shelter: As it sat, I test time, Installation detailRight: Nikki Johnson, Winking Blonde Cover #1, 20 x 16

    Left: Josh Tonies, Still from Transformazium Music Video Right: Emma Hedditch, Roofers. Visit www.transformazium.org for additional information

  • NY175 Seventh AvenueNew York, NY 10011Phone: 212 242 6220ar t@ar tbazaar.tvhttp://www.ar tbazaar.tv

    The Art Bazaar 07

    The Art Bazaar founded in 2009 by Michael Lyons Wier, of the Lyons Wier Gallery, is a platform for unrepresented artists to connect with clients and collectors in response to the decreasing amount of exhibition opportunities available in New York City.

    Director Hans Wolf manages and maintains The Art Bazaar Agency, a vehicle that helps to find artists further representation in the global arts community.

    Left: Charlene Lanzel, Fresh Fish, 48 X 34Right: Evan Levine, Love Slash No Time, 72 X 48

    8721 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90069

    Phone: 626 345 0145ben@ar tslant.com

    http://www.ar tslant.com

    ArtSlant08

    ArtSlant presents Eye on the Prize, featuring the works of Julie Davidow, Yo Fukui, Adam Jahnke, and Michael Zelehoski. Chosen from a list of finalists juried by leading gallerists and art professionals over the course of 2009, these four artists are the winners of the 2009 Juried Showcase. They are getting some more deserved exposure with ArtSlants debut exhibition, curated especially for Fountain NY.

    Rather than opting for a standard gallery exhibition, ArtSlant is taking this novel, alternative approach to highlight the artists who give us all something to talk and write about. Started in 2006, ArtSlant is known for its comprehensive online global network that includes interviews, reviews, exhibition listings, and the latest in contemporary art, artists and buzz.

    Left: Adam Jahnke, Loathing the Leviathan, Various SizesRight: Julie Davidow, The New Strain #13, 48 x 48

    21 Nor th Ferry RoadShelter Island, NY 11964Phone: 631 749 4062info@boltaxgallery.comhttp://boltaxgallery.com

    Boltax Gallery 01

    Boltax Gallery is pleased to present Nuala Clarkes site specific installation One of One Thousand Worlds. This one world will be on exhibition in the Lackawana kaboose. The multi-media installation will include drawings, paintings, word maps, video and sound and is the first in a series of intimate views of one thousands worlds.

    Established in 2001, Boltax Gallery is located 100 miles east of New York City on Shelter Island