"New Collectors Book Launch Party"
Image Courtesy of : Dionisio Gonzalez. Apundator ye Faraute, 2010. Installation
January 5th, through January 18th, 2013 at Ward Nasse Gallery, NYC.
Basak Malone LLC will hold a book launch party on January 5th, between 7-9 pm at 178 Prince Street (Between Thompson and Sullivan), New York, NY
Basak Malone LLC is pleased to release The New Collectors Book 2013 Edition to the public. The New Collectors Book aims to become an art archive to be treasured as a reference book. We believe that contemporary art has an essential value in people's lives offering multiple reflections on how we live and how our futures might be constructed, furthermore hopefully inspiring and awakening us to become better human beings.
The New Collectors Book operates as a showcase publication, dedicated to presenting a wide range of fine arts and providing an opportunity to appreciate select artworks for art world professionals as well as those who simply wish to enjoy and acknowledge art. We are happy in being able to feature emerging and outsider art alongside well-established artists. We extend our thanks to all participating artists and venues.
The book features: Therese Aasvik, Menno Aden, AJL, Antonio Alonzo, Christina Antemann, Aydin Arkun, Shimon Attie, Collin Avery, Carrie Ann Baade, Eduardo Balanza, Werner Bargsten, Michel Beaucage, Mireille Beaufremez, Matthias Beckman, Gordon Bennett, Berdaguer&Pejus, Wolfgang Betke, Alexander Binder, Josh Blackwel, Isidro Blasco, Ole Martin Lund Bo, Christina Bothwell, Pascal Broccolichi, Benoit Broisat, Dorota Buczkowska, Christina Burch, Amanda Burk, Rita Sobral Campos, Susan Carnahan, Graciela Cassel, Mil Ceulemans, Marcos Chaves, Li Chen, Olga Chernysheva, Bilyana Cincarevic, Tobias Collier, Gunilla Daga, Katy De Bock, Margo de Ruiter-Hooykas, Gilles Desplanques, Stefaan Dheedene, Gerwin Eippe, Carla Elena, Carin Elberg, Vigdis Elisabeth Feldt, Jorge Fin, Richard Forster, Fabian Freese, Karim Ghelloussi, Daniel F. Gliubizzi, Gustavo Godoy, Geert Goris, Dioniso Gonzalez, Erik Gonzalez, Yesim Meltem Gozukara, Michael Grudziecki, Francisco Bustamente Gubbins, Barbara Hardmeier, Claire Harvey, Merve Hasman, Susan Hefuna, Gregory Michael Hernandez, Kim Holtermand, Istvan Ist Huzjan, Moussin Irjan, Vineet Kacker, Seija Kameric, Eleni Kamma, Mathias Kessler, Kilu, Gunilla Klingberg, Eva Koethen, Antoni Kowalski, Helga Kreuzritter, Markus Krug, Anouk Kruithof, Beat Kuert, Ank ter Kuile, Ravi Kumar, Guy Laramee, Bo Christian Larsson, Abigail Lazkoz,Ricardo Saez Lefever, Matts Leiderstam, Richard Lewsey, Nicola Lopez, Yuila Luchkina, Naj Mahdaoui, Evan Mann, Nina Annabelle Marki, Remy Markowitsch, Ahmed Mater, Annemarie Mayers, Brenda Meelker, Monali Meher, Philipp Messner, Ana Maria Micu, Vania Mignone, Mladen Miljanovic, Debbie Miracolo, Amen Mojadidi, Pedro Morales, Igor Mukhin, Ethan Murrow, Frederique Nalbandian, Florian Neufeldt, Sara Nuytemans, Verena op ter Noort, Julia Oschatz, Bruno Pacheco, Trevor Paglen, Mariu Palacios, Robert Pettena, Rudolf Polanszky, Renata Poljak, Wang Qingsong, Emmanuel Regent, William Rodwell, Kristine Roepstorff, Anders Ruhwald, Kilan Ruthemann, Jonathan Schipper, Julia Schwartz, Rusty Scruby, Franck Scurti, Noe Sendas, Dean Shim, Karina Smigla-Bobinski, Jane South, Annelies Strba, Eric Swart,Dimitris Tataris, Kosta Tonev, Suzanne Treister, Wilson Trouve, Isabelle Tuchband, Takuma Uematsu, Margarite van der Velden, Hellen van Meene, Anna J. van Stuijvenberg, Ivar Veermae, Ulrich Vogl, Melanie Vote, Natalie Waldburger, Frederic Walperswyler, Asim Waqif, Albert Weber, Cindy Wright, Richard Weiner, Wendy Wischer, Anna Wolk, Tintin Wulia, Yilmaz Zenger, Ion Zopcu.
Ward-Nasse Gallery is a multi-cultural art space showing art work from artists around the world.
Ward-Nasse Gallery is located in SoHo at 178 Prince Street, between Thompson and Sullivan. Take the N, R train to Prince Street, 1,9 train to Houston or the C, E train to Spring Street. Hours: Tu-Sa 11-6, Su 1-6.
For more information, please contact Harry Nasse at: 212- 925- 6951