ARC Magazine prepares for VOLTA NY

By ARC Magazine Monday, February 18th, 2013 Categories: Art Fair, Updates
 

ARC Magazine is pleased to announce a presentation of selected works, monographs and a roundtable discussion to be held at the new invitational VOLTA NY, from March 7-10th, at 82 Mercer Street, New York, NY. RSVP to attend here.

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Exhibited works include Joscelyn Gardner’s Creole Portraits III series, and new paintings by Elizabeth Colomba, along with a presentation of artists monographs including, Abyss by Manuel Mathieu (Haiti); Invisible Man by Patricia Kaersenhout, (Suriname/The Netherlands); Catch of the Day by David Bade, (Curacao/The Netherlands); The Book of Mechtilde by Anna Ruth Henriques, (Jamaica) and Rentyhorn by Sasha Huber (Haiti/Switzerland).

In collaboration through our exclusive media partnership with VOLTA NY, ARC Magazine will also present Curtailing Anxieties I: Boundaries of defining art in the Caribbean, a roundtable discussion exploring topical concerns around the recent global upsurge that has encapsulated contemporary Caribbean Art.

The discussion will take place on March 8th from 6pm at 82 Mercer Street, in the Talks Lounge at VOLTA NY’s new location, and will be co-moderated by Holly Bynoe, co-founder & editor of ARC Magazine and Charles Campbell, interdisciplinary artist and writer. Panelists include Heino Schmid, featured artist representing Popopstudios, The Bahamas; Lisa Howie, Director of the Bermuda National Gallery; Michelle Joan Wilkinson Ph.D., Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture in Baltimore, MD; and Christopher Cozier, artist, writer and co-director of Alice Yard, Trinidad.

The evening will end with an informal Meet & Greet at ARC’s booth #2.52 where we will have an informal reception with festive refreshments. The entire suite of ARC Magazine (I-VI) will be on sale, along with a new merchandise line of buttons, t-shirts and postcards.

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ARC Inc. is a non-profit print and online publication and social platform launched in 2011. It seeks to fill a certain void by offering a critical space for contemporary artists to present their work while fostering and developing critical dialogues and opportunities for crucial points of exchange. ARC is an online and social space of interaction with a developed methodology of sharing information about contemporary practices, exhibitions, partnerships, and opportunities occurring in the Caribbean region and throughout its diasporas.