Art Greenwich to offer a kaleidoscope of culture from the 20th and 21st century this September

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Art Greenwich to offer a kaleidoscope of culture from the 20th and 21st century this September
Gordon Lee, Portrait of a Cloistered Mao. Courtesy of Anthony Brunelli Fine Art. Acrylic and oil on panel.

GREENWICH, CT.- 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. 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.

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