Newsletter | Issue 48 | View Archives
July 19, 2010
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DDBuildingCohen Design Centers Team Up with KiptonART to Debut 20 KiptonART Rising Finalists!

Cohen Design Centers are supporting up and coming artistic talent by teaming up with KiptonART.  There will be 20 Finalists for the KiptonART Rising 2011 program that will make their debut in New York on October 5, 2010 at Andrew Martin Ltd in the ground floor of the D&D Building.  

Holy Frick!Frick

In honor of The Frick Collection's 75th Anniversary, KiptonART explores the halls of the Upper East Side establishment and the history of its famous artworks.

St. Francis of the Desert: Giovanni Bellini (c. 1430 - 1516), oil and tempera on poplar panel, 49 in. x 55 7/8 in. (124.46 cm x 141.92 cm)


Sign up as an artist on the KiptonART website by July 31st to be eligible for KiptonART Rising 2011, an honor selected by our curatorial team!
Jim SperberFEATURED ARTIST: Jim Sperber

: What is the first thing that comes to mind after an opening?
Jim Sperber: When is someone going to come up and tell me I suck?

Jim Sperber, Bay Shore Breeze, 36" x 36", Mixed Media

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KiptonART Rising 2009 Testimonial, Jade DoskowJade Doskow

Read about Jade Doskow's experience of winning KiptonART Rising 2009.

Jade Doskow, Paris 1889 World's Fair, 30" x 36", photograph

FEATURED GALLERY: Hamburg KennedyHamburg Kennedy

The Hamburg Kennedy Gallery recently opened a "salon" in Southampton, specializing in blue chip and emerging artists, with work by Marilyn Minter and Damien Hirst, among others.

Photo: Recently Acquired by Hamburg Kennedy, Hiroshi Sugimoto
KerenKeren Moscovitch, Art Coach

KiptonART would like to recognize a wonderful service that newly joined curatorial board member Keren Moscovitch provides for artists who are looking to take their creative process to a deeper level.
Get to know KiptonART Contributor, Maura GaughanMaura

Maura Gaughan is a journalism student at Arizona State University. The prestigious journalism program drew Maura out of her small, suburban town located outside of Philadelphia to the desert and she has since fallen in love with the Southwest. 
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