Newsletter No. 03
February 12, 2015

ALEX YANES, Untitled, 2014
Mixed media sculpture, installation
Courtesy of Joseph Gross Gallery



We are delighted to welcome you to the 15th anniversary edition of SCOPE New York in its new location: one block across from The Armory Show piers at Metropolitan Pavilion West. Opening with our First View on Friday, March 6th at 2:00pm, SCOPE New York’s convenient and well-appointed venue will host 60 international galleries alongside curated featured programming.

Andenken Gallery
  Parlor Gallery
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Safe Travels 4, Lost Object, 2014
Lost objects collected around Amsterdam
40 x 50 cm


Hematite, 2012
Hologram paper, beeswax, aquatint, glitter
and resin on birch panel
24 x 18 cm

Rebecca Hossack
  Station16 Gallery
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Abney Park by Moonlight, 2012
Oil on canvas
145 x 115 cm


Rap Nation, 2014
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 60 in.


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Juxtapoz Magazine has once again teamed with Waves For Water for a special charity auction to raise money to bring clean drinking water to communities in need around the world. This year, Juxtapoz collaborated with TFR Gallery, UNIV Surf Shop, and Chandran Gallery to curate a new group of artists to paint on surfboards as part of the charity fundraising efforts. Invited artists include Beau Stanton, Dan Witz, Grotesk, Brett Amory, Logan Hicks, Mary Iverson and more. These custom surfboards will be displayed at SCOPE New York 2015.

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation has a 20 year history of providing support to emerging artists, and arts education programming to thousands of inner-city youth. Now, Rush and its Rush Arts Galleries have partnered with SCOPE Art Show to present Rush Projects as a highlight of SCOPE’s Featured Programming. Rush Projects will curate a series that showcases emerging artists of color, offering them incredible exposure at SCOPE New York and SCOPE Miami Beach 2015. Accompanying each project will be a focused social media initiative, aimed at expanding awareness of under-represented contemporary artists.

The 2014 winner of The BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series, Kristine Mays, shares her perspective of the world through her powerful pieces at this year's SCOPE New York.

Mays’ "Pearls of My Experience" looks at the world through the viewpoint of an African- American person in the United States. These works hold a message of optimism and strength, challenging how we view others and ourselves. Within the confines of the hard metal wire is a sense of resilience and perseverance- the need to push forward and thrive. Each work is accompanied by text written to inspire the viewer towards deeper introspection.

The BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series is a national search for the next big name in visual arts. It was created to give under represented visual artists from around the country a national platform to expose their work to a broader audience. In 2014, thousands of artists submitted their artworks and exhibited at local galleries during the regional finals. Ultimately, twelve artists were chosen to showcase their work at the grand finale during SCOPE Miami Beach, and just one artist was selected to receive a solo exhibit at SCOPE New York 2015.

FAME is the latest brainchild of Alex Mitow, the entrepreneur behind the NY Times-lauded hot dog joint Los Perros Locos and the LESpace gallery/launchpad on the Lower East Side. Standing for Food, Art, Music, and Events, FAME brings all four aspects together to create perfectly synthesized experiences. During this year's SCOPE New York, FAME will produce a full-service, arts-driven cafe and lounge within the fair. The FAME Café will feature a curated selection of beer and wine along with fresh salads, artisanal pastries, hole-y creations from doughnut darling Underwest, and the signature hot dogs from Los Perros Locos that delighted attendees at last year’s SCOPE.


Positioned on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, Tribeca Grand Hotel’s location is utterly unrivaled in a neighborhood that is both charming and cosmopolitan. Cast iron buildings, beautifully restored 19th-century town houses, and unparalleled waterfront access have made TriBeCa the downtown refuge for boldface celebrities and successful execs alike. The neighborhood is an affluent haven, and major Manhattan tourist attractions are just a short train ride away. Experience some of the culinary world’s most exclusive restaurants and elegant wine bars and shop from haute couture boutiques and upscale furniture galleries to original wares from New York’s famed designers. As the first New York boutique hotel located in TriBeCa New York, Tribeca Grand has long offered guests unparalleled service, stylish accommodations, and its very own nightlife destination, Church Lounge.

Just steps away from the A, C, E train, and taxis easily accessible, Tribeca Grand invites SCOPE’s guests to take advantage of these exclusive rates, please book online at: Or by calling Reservations: +1 877 519-6600.


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