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American Art Collector September 2018

Previewing upcoming art exhibitions from coast to coast, American Art Collector is a unique monthly magazine specially designed to bring living representational artists, galleries and active art collectors together in one place.

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International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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collector driven

Once our new issue is released I grab an advanced copy of it, head to my favorite morning coffee spot, sit in the corner and go through it story by story, page by page. When I do this, I’m not looking for errors or things we could have done better. Instead, I’m trying to envision what a collector would think as they thumb through the new issue as it arrives at their home or if they pick it up at an art fair, a gallery or on the newsstands. I do this because this is what is at the core of this magazine. We love what we do and we love art and we want to show the best work that is being created each month in every single issue. But…

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art news

Crossroads The Carnegie Museum of Art has announced recent collection acquisitions in contemporary art, decorative arts and photography. Joan Brown’s The Room, Part I, Alex Katz’ Vivien Baseball Cap and Pope.L’s Fountain (reparations version) will debut in the exhibition Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection, 1945 to Now. Trailblazer The Fondation Louis Vuitton opens the highly anticipated exhibition Jean-Michel Basquiat, a landmark show of 120 works. On view October 3 through January 14, 2019, it is a comprehensive exhibition of work by the artist, including his first drawings and works that are rarely on view to the public. Several collaborations between Basquiat and Andy Warhol, previously unseen in Europe, will be included. Illuminantes Illuminantes, on view at the Municipal Museum in Guayaquil, Ecuador, revolves around 10 original works by Gabriela G. Delloso that incorporate her…

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show calendar

27 CHICAGO, IL NAVY PIER Expo Chicago Opening the fall art season, this year’s EXPO CHICAGO welcomes 135 galleries from 27 countries and 63 cities to Navy Pier’s Festival Hall. www.expochicago.com Through Sept. 30 SEPT 2018 4 NEW YORK, NY THE NEW MUSEUM Marguerite Humeau The New Museum presents the first solo museum exhibition in the United States for French artist Humeau. Debuting will be a new installation of sculpture and sound. www.newmuseum.org Through Jan. 6, 2019 7 ST. LOUIS, MO CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM ST. LOUIS Basquiat before Basquiat This traveling exhibition includes the entire cache of works made by Basquiat during 1979 to 1980, while he lived with his friend Alexis Adler in a small apartment on East 12 Street. www.camstl.org Through Dec. 30 8 HOUSTON, TX CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM HOUSTON Stage Environment: You Didn’t Have to be There In honor of the museum’s 70 anniversary, Stage Environment explores the institution’s…

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new england now

The inaugural biennial series New England Now, at Shelburne Museum in Vermont, features artwork that depicts the evolving Northeastern landscape and challenges stereotypical notions of it being “stagnant and quaint.” On view from September 15 to January 13, the exhibition will “explore the striking human interventions of housing, factories and highways” in large to monumental sized paintings and photographs. Among the pieces in the show, curated by Shelburne Museum director Tom Denenberg and assistant curator Carolyn Bauer, is Peter Lyons’ SNE 48010.…

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interview with patrick church

EDITOR’S NOTE: Sarah will scour the country for the best and brightest emerging artists on the scene and then interview them about their work. Sarah has a wonderful eye, and I'm sure you will enjoy what she is able to discover. Artists, if you want your work considered, hashtag all your social media posts #tobeannounced #americanartcollector. It comes as no surprise that such vulnerable and passionate art would come from an artist who bears those same traits. Patrick Church is a New York-based artist who I have actually featured once before in this column back in October 2015. Church’s work has since, aggrandized in volume, concept and has caught the attention of famous singers and other artists from around the world. I had the pleasure of speaking to Church on the phone…

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world views

Afghanistan, Somalia, Rwanda, Bosnia, Ethiopia, Nepal, Democratic Republic of the Congo and El Salvador are places where Todd and Marjolaine Greentree have lived and worked in their careers. He as a Foreign Service Officer and she with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United Nations. They now live in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the City Different in the Land of Enchantment. Todd, who was living in a commune in California hitchhiked through Santa Fe in 1969 “the time of Easy Rider,” he notes. Marjolaine visited Santa Fe with a friend on a tour of the American West in 1989. The couple met in Africa on 9/9/99 and was married there. When they were living in Newport, Rhode Island, while Todd was at the Naval War College, they…