(e)merge announces Exhibitors, Cultural Partners and Sponsors

(e)merge art fair is pleased to announce an exciting roster of Exhibitors, Cultural Partners and Sponsors September 22 – 25, 2011 > The Capitol Skyline Hotel > Washington, DC > opening night tickets available

The inaugural (e)merge art fair will feature art presented by an international roster of over 80 exhibitors showing work from 15 countries. Exhibitors will show new works in performance, installation, painting, sculpture, video and other media on four levels of the hotel with an open, organic arrangement, throughout the hotel’s public spaces.

GALLERY PLATFORM > galleries and non-profit art spaces
AUSTRIA: Brot Kunsthalle, Vienna. | BELGIUM: Nomad Gallery, Brussels. | CANADA: Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain, Montréal. | FRANCE: Galerie E.G.P., Paris. | GERMANY: Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt. | ITALY: Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan. / Teverina Fine Art, Cortona. | THE NETHERLANDS: Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam. | U.K.: Vane, Newcastle upon Tyne. | U.S.A: ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA. / Art Whino Gallery, National Harbor, MD. / Aureus Contemporary, Providence, RI. / Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, DC. / Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC. / Curator’s Office, Washington, DC. / Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC. / G Fine Art, Washington, DC. / Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, VA. / Goya Contemporary, Baltimore. MD / Hamiltonian Artists, Washington, DC. / Heiner Contemporary, Washington, DC. / Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC. / Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC. / Irvine Contemporary, Washington, DC. / Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, MD. / Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, NY. / Lu Magnus Gallery, New York, NY. / Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA. / McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA. / Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. / Mindy Solomon Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL. / monique meloche, Chicgo, IL / Solas Nua, Washington, DC. / The Studio Visit, Washington, DC. / Transformer, Washington, DC. / Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC. / White Columns, New York, NY.

ARTIST PLATFORM > unrepresented artists
CANADA: Tammi Campbell, Saskatoon / Jennifer Mawby, Vancouver. | GERMANY: Christina Kruse, Berlin (+ New York). U.S.A: Chukwuma Agubokwu, Upper Marlboro, MD. / Becky Alprin, Chicago, IL. / Nico Antoniadis + Alexi Stone, Boston, MA. / Holly Bass, Washington, DC. / Kristina Bilonick, Washington, DC. / Calder Brannock, College Park, MD. / Bradley Chriss, Bethesda, MD / Matias Ceuvas, Washington, DC. / Double A Projects, Brooklyn, NY. / Jeremy Flick, Tacoma Park, MD. / Free Space Collective, Washington, DC. / Jeremy Haik, Brooklyn, NY. / Terence Hannum, Chicago, IL. / Syed Sibtul Hasnain, Leesburg, VA. / Evan Hume, Washington, DC. / Steven Jones, Baltimore, MD. / Craig Kraft, Washington, DC. / Jacqueline Levine, Washington, DC. / Adam Lister, Arlington, VA. / Katherine Mann, Alexandria, VA. / Nathan Manuel + D. Billy, Brooklyn, NY. / J.J. McCracken, Mt. Ranier, MD, / Patrick McDonough, Washington, DC. / Jonathan, Monaghan, Oceanside, NY. / Kendall Nordin, Washington, DC. / Sean Noyce, Brooklyn, NY. / Peacock, Queens, NY. / Beverly Ress, Washington, DC. / Siobhan Rigg, Washington, DC. / Zach Rockhill, Brooklyn. / Sam Scharf, Washington, DC. / David B. Smith, New York,NY. / Dan Solberg, Washington, DC. / Emma Spertus, Oakland, CA. / James J. Williams III, Brooklyn, NY. / Wilmer Wilson IV, Richmond, VA.

> Thursday, September 22:
5pm- 7pm / (e)merge Friends & Press Preview . By invitation only.
7pm – 11pm / OPENING NIGHT: Preview the exhibition and enjoy a concert by the pool with: LouLou and the Disappointer Sisters (featuring members of Thievery Corporation, Fugazi, French Toast and The Deadmen)
$25 advance purchase ($30 at the door).

To purchase tickets in advance: CLICK HERE

> Friday, September 23: 12pm – 7pm
Students and Faculty with valid ID free 12pm – 3pm
> Saturday, September 24: 12pm – 7pm
> Sunday, September 25: 12pm – 5pm
Daily admission is $15 ; $10 for Seniors and Students with valid ID.

The National Gallery of Art,Washington, DC / The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC / The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC / The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC are joining (e)merge as our cultural partners.

(e)merge would like to thank the following partners and sponsors for their support:
Art Dossier / Artfacts / Artlog / The Art Newspaper / Brightest Young Things / Collectrium / DC Magazine / District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities / Exhibit-e / Gallery Manager / Galleries Magazine / Industry Gallery / The Jackson Design Group / LivingSocial / Marvin Restaurant / Massey Media / Mitchell Story of Long & Foster Realty / Open Art Collection / Pink Line Projects and Whiteford, Taylor and Preston LLP.

For press inquires: press@emergeartfair.com
For all else: info@emergeartfair.com

About Art(202)

Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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