The Vernissage is a New York based blog whose main goal is to find emerging artists and give them visibility.

Be The Ace In The Hole

18th July 2014

Con Artist Collective

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A “money shot” is defined by Wikipedia as “a moving or stationary visual element of a film, video, television broadcast, or print publication that is disproportionately expensive to produce and/or is perceived as essential to the overall importance or revenue-generating potential of the work”.

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DARIN COHEN

16th July 2014

INSTINCTIVE INTERVIEW

The interviews are divided into two parts.

In the first part of the interview, the artist quickly reacts to a word with another one.

In the second one, he will be asked to develop some of these associations.

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Darin Cohen is a young abstract painter.He was chosen by Susan Cross, Curator of Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to do a solo show  at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum.

http://www.darincohen.com/

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Intimate Moments

14th July 2014

Lennon Weinberg Inc & Clampart

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If you are into photography, there are at least two shows that you don’t want to miss this week in Chelsea! From the work of an established artist to the one of young and upcoming photographers, we were surprised with the possibilities that this media still has to offer.

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Seppie, hand cut collage, 11 x 8.5 in

Seppie, hand cut collage, 11 x 8.5 in

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TODD BEERS

30th June 2014

INSTINCTIVE INTERVIEW

The interviews are divided into two parts.

In the first part of the interview, the artist quickly reacts to a word with another one.

In the second one, he will be asked to develop some of these associations.

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Meet Todd Beers. A mystic painter and poet who is also the manager of the Slipper Room, neo-burlesque bar promoting emerging performance artists).

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THE REMNANTS OF LIFE

27th June 2014

Derek Des Islets

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Robert Rauschenberg once said “I think a painting is more like the real world if it’s made out the real world”. He would literally incorporate into his canvases found objects, newspapers, wood, mattresses, and other things collected from the streets. This was happening in New York in the early Fifties.

Today, when we look at Derek Des Islets’ paintings and listen to him explaining his work we see his debt to Rauschenberg. They share a fascination with the city and people’s life that focuses on real things, on the raw side of one’s existence.

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