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Antelope Valley Artists Showing “Down Below”
Antelope Valley artists to participate in: THE 1ST EMERGE ART EXHIBITION-COMPETITION JULY 29-30,2011
“THE ART SHOW THAT PROMOTES, SUPPORTS AND STRENGTHENS THE ARTIST!”…JUROR:
AEROSOL AND MIXED MEDIA ARTIST “DUKE”
1ST PLACE:MAD SKILLS AWARD
US CURRENCY WORTH $200.00 + HONORABLE MENTION ON LOCALLAARTIST.COM SITE
2ND PLACE:INNOVATORS APPROACH AWARD
THE ART PATRON HAS DONATED A GIFT CARD
WORTH $150.00 TOWARDS ART STORE OF CHOICE
3RD PLACE:CREATIVE JUNKY AWARD
ONE PICK FROM ART BOX
4TH PLACE:THIRD EYE AWARD
HSGRAFIX.COM HAS DONATED A SET OF BUSINESS CARDS & POST CARDS WORTH $200.00
5TH PLACE:BRILLIANCE AWARD
NORTH HOLLYWOOD FRAMERS INC. HAS DONATED A GIFT CERTIFICATE WORTH $50.00 TOWARDS FRAME WORK AT THEIR SHOP.
PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCULPTURE.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JULY 20,2011
SUBMIT TO: INFO@FILETOFINEART.COM
DROP OFF: JULY 28,2011 9AM-9PM
EXHIBITION: JULY 29-30,2011 8PM-2AM
PICK UP:JULY 3O OR JULY 31 FROM 9AM-12PM
ENTRY FEE: $10.00 PER ART PIECE
COMMISION ON SALE:100% PROFIT FOR THE ARTIST
NO SUBJECT MATTER
NO LIMIT TO QUANTITY
NO BS !!!
9 PM- STARS AT NIGHT
10PM- BISON REVOLT
9PM- MOLDY VULTURE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
8PM DJ EFFECT
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
18 AND OVER EVENT
DISCRIPTION OF SHOW:
0VER 50 ARTISTS X 4 BANDS X 2DJ’S X 5 AWARDS X BODY PAINTING X DRINKS X FOOD !!!
San Francisco museum opens exhibition from Norton Simon Museum’s foe in ‘Adam and Eve’ dispute
October 28, 2010 from the LA Times
Pasadena’s Norton Simon Museum doesn’t bring in touring exhibitions, but if it did, you can be fairly sure it wouldn’t be tempted to offer the one opening Friday at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco.
The show, “Reclaimed: Paintings from the Collection of Jacques Goudstikker,” offers more than 40 highlights from the collection that now belongs to Marei von Saher, daughter-in-law of Goudstikker, the prominent Dutch-Jewish art dealer who lost his trove of 1,400 works to the Nazis when they invaded Holland in 1940. The show highlights Von Saher’s successful struggle, starting in 1997 and culminating in 2006, to secure the return of 200 paintings from the Dutch government.
The ones that got away –- in von Saher’s view –- are Lucas Cranach the Elder’s “Adam and Eve” diptych, which has hung in Pasadena since 1977, a highlight of the Norton Simon’s collection with an appraised value of $25 million.
Von Saher and the Norton Simon are embroiled in a legal struggle over its ownership; the preliminary court battles have focused on statute of limitations issues. Rulings by the trial judge in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles and by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals have gone against Von Saher, but the U.S. Supreme Court recently indicated it may be interested in taking up her appeal, having asked the United States solicitor general to provide an advisory brief on the federal government’s view of the issues.
Read on at: LA TIMES