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Alaina Simone Enterprises and Art100 presents

MARCH 3RD, 2017


Nationality, Ethnicity, Identity and 

the Consumption of Contemporary Art

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Panel Discussion 

Nationality, Ethnicity, Identity and 

the Consumption of Contemporary Art

Over the past several decades, the nationality, ethnicity, sexuality and identity of an artist have increasingly become considerations and markers in how their art is evaluated, appraised and qualified.


The panel will share their experiences in this regard and will probe the concept of art beyond identity in both the museum and commercial realms.

TAKE FIVE, a survey exhibition of identity, race, gender, power and the environment took place in the U.S. Virgin Islands, in December 2016.  TAKE FIVE is now collaborating with ART100 New York to to discuss the role that commercial and non-profit sectors play in the consumption of art that highlights issues of nationality, ethnicity, and identity in the global art market. 



March 3rd, 5-7 pm

Art100 New York

555A W 25th Street


Carla Acevado-Yates

Independent Curator and Assistant Curator at Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Lansing, MI, Co-Curator, Take Five in St. Croix, 2016 and Curator, Mecanismos at MECA 2017, International Art Fair, San Juan, Puerto Rico 


Jennifer Francis

Executive Director, Marketing and Communication,

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA


Kimberly Light

Partner, Art Advisory, Connelly & Light LLC, New York, NY 


Andrew Lockhart

Founder of prō jekt′: nyc (creative shop) and Black Swan Projekt (fine arts consultancy), and former Partner/Director of Special Projects, Anonymous Gallery in New York, NY & Mexico City 

On view

Art100 New York opened "Construction and Contemplation."

on February 16th, 2017. This exhibition features artwork from Noa Charuvi

and Li Gang. Charuvi's architecture-inspired pieces pull visitors into her journey of self-discovery while Gang's concept-driven works create an ambience of

self-reflection.  This exhibition runs through March 31, 2017.

Noa Charuvi, Cotton Candy, 2016

Oil on Canvas, 20 x 30 inches

Li Gang, No. 20160205
Mixed media on paper, 62 x 67 inches

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