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Art Greenwich Offers a Kaleidoscope of Culture
September 12, 2012  | 

Art Greenwich Offers a Kaleidoscope of Culture From an exhibition of original Andrew Wyeth works to a cutting-edge art performance, Art Greenwich presents something for every collector.

SeaFair returns September 20-23 for the second installment of Art Greenwich 2012.  Docked at the Delamar Greenwich Harbor at 500 Steamboat Road, the four-day contemporary art fair will present a dynamic and diverse array of contemporary art from the 20th and 21st century.  From an exhibition of original Andrew Wyeth works to a cutting-edge art performance, Art Greenwich presents something for every collector.

Paired with an enriching program of informative lectures and social events, the weekend promises to unveil a bevy of surprises and ensure a comprehensive cultural experience for collectors.

• An exhibition of original rare works by Andrew Wyeth (1912-2009) will be a main feature of Art Greenwich in September.  The exhibition   will be presented by Gerald Peters Gallery (Santa Fe and New York) and curated by Peter Marcelle Fine Art (Bridgehampton).   
• Anthony Brunelli Fine Art (Bridgehampton), and Arcadia Fine Arts (New York), will bring a body of artists exhibiting works of realism.  
•  Gary Snyder Gallery and Project Space (New York) will present an exhibition focusing on the American artists associated with the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, first opened in 1939 now the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.  
• Marilyn Rosenberg Fine Art of New York will present a special exhibition and installation of photographs by acclaimed Korean photographer, Taewon Jang, documenting a recent trip to the region of Tohuku in Japan following the devastating March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.  
•  Innovative contemporary jewelry design from Lauren Harper Collection (Chicago) and Yael Sonia (New York).  
• An exhibit of Spanish fine furniture and objects from designer, Paco Camus Private Collection, Inc. and presented by Fernando Luis Alvarez (Stamford).  
• A groundbreaking art performance presented by Eileen Braziel Art Projects (Santa Fe).

Exhibiting galleries include Anthony Brunelli Fine Art, Binghampton NY; Arcadia Fine Art, New York; Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich; Brenda Taylor Gallery, New York; Eileen Braziel Art Projects, Santa Fe; Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, Stamford; Fine Art International, Naples; Galeria Villa Casusrinas, Cali, Colombia; Gallore Gallery, Middletown; Gary Snyder Gallery, New York; Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New York; Green River Stone, NY + Utah + Minnesota; Lauren Harper Collection, Chicago; Marilyn Rosenberg Fine Art, New York; Paco Camus Private Collection, Inc. Presented by Fernando Luis Alvarez, Stamford; Peter Marcelle Fine Art, Bridgehampton; Quester Gallery, Greenwich; Skoto Gallery, New York; and Yael Sonia, New York.

Noon – 9pm, Friday and Saturday, September 21 – 22
Noon – 7pm on Sunday, September 23. 
The Sky Deck, SeaFair’s top deck bar featuring panoramic views of the Greenwich Harbor, will be open till 9pm.


SeaFair will dock at the Delamar Greenwich Harbor, 500 Steamboat Road, for the duration of the four-day event. 
Tickets can be purchased at the door or online for an advance-discounted price. 
Valet parking will be available in addition to complimentary parking in the city lot on Arch Street. 

In cooperation with Coast Guard guidelines, all attendees are required to show a photo ID upon entry to the fair. For more information on partners, programming and to purchase tickets online, please visit www.expoships.com.

ABOUT SEAFAIR: SeaFair is the world's first mobile mega-yacht venue and one of the largest private yachts in the United States. Groundbreaking in scale, ingenuity and style, the innovative exhibition facility - which remains dockside during each event - pairs international fine art, jewelry and collectables with harbor view dining and special events in cities along the eastern seaboard.
 The ship boasts three decks of international galleries, two outdoor bars, an international coffee bar, as well as a formal glass-walled collectors’ lounge and an open-air bistro on the Sky Deck.
 The $40M purpose built exhibition yacht was designed by internationally acclaimed yacht designer Luiz de Basto. At 228 feet and 2,800 international tons, it is one of the largest ships built for commercial operation in the Intracoastal Waterway and requires a draft of only 6.5 feet, allowing it to dock at yacht facilities in central city locations rather than use commercial ports. 

THE ORGANIZERS: SeaFair is owned and operated by Expoships, LLLP, David and Lee Ann Lester have been pioneers in the art fair industry for over 20 years and have organized over 70 international art fairs in art capitals around the world including New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, and London.
 ICJF organizers founded Miami Florida’s original international art fair Art Miami in the Miami Beach Convention Center in 1991, the Palm Beach International Art & Antique Fair (now Palm Beach Art & Design) in 1997, and Art Palm Beach in 1998, Art Sarasota and Art Greenwich in 2011. This December, the organizers will also launch the International Contemporary Jewelry Fair (ICJF), aboard SeaFair.