(e)merge announces Exhibitors, Cultural Partners and Sponsors

(e)merge art fair is pleased to announce an exciting roster of Exhibitors, Cultural Partners and Sponsors October 4-7, 2012 > The Capitol Skyline Hotel > Washington, DC > opening night tickets now available.

The 2012 (e)merge art fair will feature art presented by an international roster of over 80 exhibitors exhibiting 152 artists work from 24 countries. Exhibitors will show new works in performance, installation, painting, sculpture, video and other media on three levels of the hotel with an open, organic arrangement, throughout the hotel’s public spaces.

GALLERY PLATFORM > galleries and non-profit art spaces
AUSTRIA: Backerstrasse 4, Vienna / HilgerBrot Kunsthalle, Vienna | BELGIUM: Nomad Gallery, Brussels | CANADA: Flying Rooster Contemporary Projects, Montréal | CUBA: Servando Art Gallery, LaHabana | GERMANY: Blink Media Art, Frankfurt | THE NETHERLANDS: Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam | PUERTO RICO: Trailor Park Projects, Guaynabo |SWITZERLAND Aureus Contemporary, Basel | U.S.A: ASYMMETRIK, New York, NY / bitforms, New York, NY / CONNERSMITH, Washington, DC / Contemporary Wing, Washington, DC / Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC / DCCAH, Washington, DC / Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York, NY / Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC / G Fine Art, Washington, DC / Goya Contemporary, Baltimore. MD / Hamiltonian Artists, Washington, DC / Hessmann Fine Arts, Washington, DC / Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC / Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. / Mindy Solomon Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL / Mixed Greens, New York, NY / PATRAJDAS, Philadelphia, PA / Project 4, Washington, DC / Transformer, Washington, DC. / Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC (list in formation August 2012).

ARTIST PLATFORM > unrepresented artists
Chukwuma Agubokwu | Farah Ahmed | Jennifer Anderson | Peter Baldinger | Holly Bass | Emily Biondo + Mindy Hirt | Clinton Bowman | Si Jae Byun | Thomas Canavan | Mandy Cano Villalobos | Robin Childers | Leigh Davis | DECOY | Chajana den Harder | Amy Finkelstein | Free Space Collective – Michael Iacovone + Billy Friebele | Lillian Hoover | Melissa Ichiuji | Ryan Carr Johnson + Samuel Scharf | Katie Kehoe | Yerin Kim | Nate Larson + Marni Shindelman | Jonathan Latiano + Alison Miller | Magnolia Laurie | Joyce Yu-Jean Lee | Barbara Liotta | Adrian Loving | Michael Mansfield | J.J. McCracken | Ian McDermott | Prune Nourry | Nara Park | Alex Podesta | Allison Reimus | Judy Rushin | Mihaela Savu | Carrie Scanga | Andrew Schrock | Sheldon Scott | Daniel Simmons | Becky Slemmons | Jennifer Small | David B. Smith | Susan Stair | Ira Tattelman | Andrea Tese | Andrew Wodzianski | Steve Zolin

FAIR HOURS & ADMISSION
> Thursday, October 4th:
5pm- 7pm / (e)merge VIP & Press Preview . By invitation only.
7pm – 11pm / OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW:
Be the first to see the fair and a
concert by the pool by: Thievery Corporation (with Eric Hilton)
$45 advance purchase ($60 at the door).

To purchase tickets in advance: CLICK HERE

> Friday, October 5: 12pm – 7pm
Students with valid ID free: 12pm – 3pm
> Saturday, October 6: 12pm – 7pm
> Sunday, October 7: 12pm – 5pm
Daily admission is $15 ; $10 for Seniors and Students with valid ID.

CULTURAL PARTNERS:
The National Gallery of Art,Washington, DC / The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC / The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC / The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC / The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC are joining (e)merge as our cultural partners.

PARTNERS + SPONSORS:
(e)merge would like to thank the following partners and sponsors for their support:
> Partner: UBS
> Sponsors: ESL Music, exhibit-e, Marvin Restaurant, UBER, blinkvideo, kaze design, livingsocial, Vivid Solutions, HapstackDemetriou, iStrategy Labs, Industry Gallery, The District of Columbia Committee on Arts and the Humanities, WhiteFord Taylor and Preston, gallery manager, Gallerist, Chez Billy, Brixton.
> Media Sponsors: The Art Newspaper, DC Magazine, Art Dossier, Brightest Young Things, worn magazine, Pink Line Project.

For press inquires: press@emergeartfair.com
For all else: info@emergeartfair.com

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One Response to (e)merge announces Exhibitors, Cultural Partners and Sponsors

  1. Judith Claire says:

    This is so exciting for our Capitol Skyline neighbors! How can we help? Uppity artists and art lovers unite!

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