|Multiple Points of View, One Inspiration — Ernst Fuchs|
This gallery is a fine white cube — actually more of a white rectangular brick — half a block west of Broadway and City Hall Park. Phone 646-559-0535.
In keeping with the theme of this blog, the Art Biz, I can report that the highest price for a painting in this Exhibition is $25,000 (#2 by Isaac Abrams) and the lowest is $280 (#27 by Marnie Pitts), a range of nearly 100 to 1.
|Artists Exhibiting at One Art Space, 23 Warren St., NYC|
The 51 listed paintings and 48 listed artists came from all over the world — Austria, Belgium, Britain, Canada, Dom. Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Peru. U.S. painters came from the New York area and Ohio.
They are all members of the Society for Art of Imagination, which was founded by followers of Austrian artist Ernst Fuchs.
|Brigid Marlin in front of a painting|
of hers, #21B.
Fuchs, which is German for Fox, is pronounced like "Looks" with an "F" (or listen to this).
Fuchs viewed himself as the reincarnation of the great German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).
The exhibition is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am to 5 pm, until Saturday, May 13.
The Society for Art of Imagination is the successor group to Ernst Fuchs' own society, the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, which he co-founded in the 1940s.
If I may simplify, Fuchs and his colleagues in Vienna sought to explore spiritual fantasy using the hard-won schools of early Renaissance painters and engravers.
|Miguel Tio, Treasurer of the|
American Society and painter
(see "Heartbeats", #43, the
purple lady behind him).
The Vienna School expired with the death of Prof. Fuchs himself in November 1915.
He became President of the Society of Art of Imagination before he died.
He called Brigid Marlin, who founded the Society, "my best student".
One Art Space is curated by Diego Ponce, who can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A catalog of the art show is available via email.
The exhibition was co-curated by France Garrido, Olga Spiegel and Miguel Tio, who are leaders in the American Society for Art of Imagination.
One of the visitors to the exhibition came up from Washington, D.C. She prepared the following video clip of her visit: https://quik.gopro.com/v/qYb7EXCmBR/.