Unix Gallery is currently exhibiting three works by Ingrid Dee Magidson at the Art, Antique and Jewelry Show in New York City at the Park Avenue Armory. What a great venue, city and gallery. What an honor, thank you Daniela and Alex!
Three Exhibitions, two countries, and one book signing. Ingrid’s work will be showing in 4 venues this fall, from San Francisco to New York City and Aspen to Toronto. It is a great opportunity for you to see her new work and possibly meet the artist. Here is the schedule:
September 17 – 21 New York City
The Avenue Art Fair
Art, Antique and Jewelry Show
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Ave, NYC
Unix Gallery Booth
October 1 Snowmass Village, CO
Book signing and meet the artist
Mountain Plains Museum Association Conference
Snowmass Conference Center
Click here for information or to attend the conference
October 9 – 12 San Francisco, CA
Art Silicon Valley – San Francisco
Mateo County Event Center
1346 Saratoga Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403
Unix Gallery Booth
October 23 – 27 Toronto, Canada
Metro Toronto Convention Center
255 Front Street West
Unix Gallery Booth
What a great evening at ArtAspen, Thursday. Friends and clients showed up in droves to visit the show, Ingrid’s newest work and of course, to see Ingrid. Luckily, we grabbed a few pictures – enjoy.
Ingrid Dee Magidson’s artwork will be exhibited at Art Southampton this weekend (July 24 – July 28) and Art Aspen the following weekend (July 31 – Aug 3).
From Art Southampton’s web site:
Art Southampton, presented by Art Miami, is the premier international contemporary and modern art fair taking place at the peak of the social and cultural season in the Hamptons, July 24 through 28, 2014. The fair features a carefully selected group of more than 75 international art galleries with a strong focus on works from the 20th and 21st centuries.
Each year, the fair is located on the sprawling 18-acre estate property behind the Southampton Elks Lodge and adjacent to the Southampton Golf Club, directly off of Route 27 A. The proximity of the Art Southampton pavilion provides convenient access for residents and collectors on Long Island, the greater New York region and the Tri-State area who visit the Hamptons frequently during the summer. Ample on-site parking and valet service are available. More…Ingrid’s work will be exhibited at the Unix Gallery, NYC booth. For more information: http://www.art-southampton.com/
Join us as ArtAspen returns for its eagerly awaited fifth edition. The Fair offers the gallery art world exclusive entry into the semi-private and affluent playground of the rich and famous.
Aspen’s First and Only Fine Art Fair for Important Contemporary Art
Limited in size to just 30 dealers, this intimate and impeccably designed setting provides fairgoers an elegant and manageable viewing and buying experience. It is the ideal setting for both art dealers and art collectors to meet and mingle while experiencing the most dynamic marketplace for important art, ranging from 1950-present. More..
Ingrid’s work will be featured at the Unix Gallery, NYC booth. For more information: http://www.art-aspen.com/
Ingrid will at the opening of ArtAspen. Hope to see you there!
The Artist Dreams is an unusual piece in many ways. First it is by artist, Ingrid Dee Magidson, which by definition makes it unique. But even within that broad category of the different, The Artist Dreams pushes new boundaries.
About two years ago, Ingrid’s son found the remains of a deer near their home. A mountain lion had killed the poor creature, and other animals had eaten what it had left behind. When Ingrid’s son found it, only part of the spine remained. Knowing how his mother likes certain objects, he brought it home. Ingrid cleaned and preserved the bones and put it aside for just the right piece.
A year later, the right piece was ready for the spine – The Artist Dreams. It is a surrealist work representing the illusory nature of time, how living things are at once so fragile and strong; living only a few years, but leaving behind bones that could last centuries, millennia or even eons. The work is also unique in that it incorporates mirrors on both sides of the spine. The viewer is able to see the front and sides of the spine simultaneously. It was a technically difficult piece that came out spectacularly.
The Artist Dreams was debuted at the Aspen Art Fair in August 2013. The Unix Gallery out of New York City exhibited this and other of Ingrid’s work. There were several interested collectors, but the piece did not sell until it was exhibited in Houston later that month. Well known art collector and philanthropist, Dr. Carolyn Farb saw the work and immediately fell in love with it. She purchased it and hung it prominently in her Houston home. She compares it to work by one of her other favorite artists: Frida Kahlo.
And we come full circle to the 2014 Aspen Art Fair, which opens July 31st at the Ice Gardens in Aspen. Unix Gallery will once again be showing Ingrid’s newest work. Work that is unique, challenging and always beautiful.
Aspen Art Fair
July 31-Aug 3, 2014
Aspen Ice Gardens
233 W Hyman Ave.
Aspen, CO 81611
Here are a few photos from the Unix Booth at Silicon Valley Contemporary Art Fair where Ingrid is showing April 10-13, 2014
What better place to show the innovative art of Ingrid Dee Magidson, but at one of the most innovative places in the world – Silicon Valley, California.
Ingrid’s newest work will be featured at the Unix Gallery (booth 301) at Silicon Valley Contemporary from April 10 to 13. This prestigious art event will be held at the impressive and recently remodeled San Jose McEnery Convention Center. More than fifty galleries from ten different countries will be displaying their best work. Of course, Ingrid’s work will be shown at such an important event.
Ingrid will be debuting several pieces, among them will be her most recent experimental work, Ethereal Visions. In this unusual work, she has combined paint, an antique handbag, butterflies, interactive lights, and seven layers of imagery into a must see work of art. To abuse a cliché, pictures don’t do it justice.
More information about the event dates, time and location is listed below. You have to go to this one!
Silicon Valley Contemporary
Unix Gallery – Booth 301
At the San Jose McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos Street
Thursday Evening, April 10 (Private reception) 5 – 9:30pm
Friday, April 11, 11-8pm
Saturday, April 12, 11-8pm
Sunday, April 13, 11-6pm
Ingrid’s one-person exhibition at the Unix Gallery in NYC opened January 23, 2014 to a welcoming crowd. The bitter cold of January can’t keep art lovers away!
Exhibition continues through March 4, 2014
532 West 24th Street (btwn 10 & 11th ave)
New York, NY 10011
Thank you George for the photos.
Ingrid is honored that Miami Magazine has chosen Memories Through Time as their cover image for their December issue.
There is a one page review of her work and exhibitions inside:
Ingrid’s work will be exhibited at Art Miami, represented by Unix Gallery. Art Miami exhibition dates are December 3 – 8 and is located in the Midtown Miami complex of the renowned Wynwood Arts District. And if that wasn’t enough, Ingrid’s work is also being featured at the beautiful Conrad Miami Hotel on Brickell Avenue in Miami through January 15th. Pretty exciting!
For More Information:
Ingrid’s new book, Madness of the Muses – the Art of Ingrid Dee Magidson is in print and available!
From the back cover:
Ingrid Dee Magidson’s art career began just over six years ago. In that brief time, she has had 15 solo exhibitions (most of those sellout shows), a museum exhibition, her work included twice at the Hermitage Museum Foundation Gala in New York City, numerous magazine features and a loyal international group of art collectors which include: the Alpina Gstaad, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith and Jackie Bezos. The Madness of the Muses is a richly illustrated look at the life and work of this rising art star. Magidson’s unique style combines the poetic paintings of the Renaissance with contemporary and antique materials to form works of sublime beauty. Each piece is imbued with a sense of spirit, as if time has stopped and we are looking at people long gone, but brought back to life in Magidson’s extraordinary work. One collector describes his experience:
It is as if the artist has compressed 500 years into a single work of art. These few fragile layers of antique objects, paint and butterflies are arranged in such a way that I can see into the very depths of a stranger’s soul. I begin to pull away, but I can’t stop looking.
Here are a few glimpses inside of the book:
Madness of the Muses – The Art of Ingrid Dee Magidson
176 pages, hardcover with dust jacket
Available signed and dedicated by the artist
Stratumentis Publishing $65
Available on Amazon.com in August
Also available at the art galleries which represent Ingrid’s work (Aspen, Vail, Miami and New York).