Sunday, October 22, 2017


October 2 - November 25 2017

The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003

​ "This magnificent exhibition was brought from Mexico with the intention of embracing, with its soft and warm wind images, the body and spirit of every art and creative freedom lover and believer who coincide with its call in Manhattan’s vibrating heart, during this changing time. Created by Mexican plastic arts artist and abstract painter, Jose Luis Bustamante in his native Mexico, this exhibition brings a sentiment of freedom and awareness while showcasing the natural and powerful migration of the south wind and all its symbolism. Oil on Canvas with silver leaf grouping together in diptych, triptych and poliptych formats, each piece strongly maintains its own personality and independence, and, expresses the soft conscious creativity freedom and pictorial expression of this Latin American Artist and the images within him. The artist studied the wind colors and flow for years to be able to create these abstract works mixing current political and cultural views at the same time."

Selfie on Location

Trask Gallery
Through The Lens of Rose Hartman
October 2 - 28
For 40 years, photographer Rose Hartman has documented nightlife in some of the most legendary settings in New York. A collaboration between the Fashion and Fine Arts Committees, Through The Lens, features some of Hartman’s most iconic images.
(Studio 54)
An artist who manages to create the illusion of intimacy in the most public circumstances, Hartman, in her own words, “captures souls”.
(Mick and Bianca Jagger)
A chronicler of decades of fashion as well as popular culture, her arresting pictures have been published in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vanity Fair.
(Andy Warhol)
She is the subject of the recent documentary film
“The Incomparable Rose Hartman"


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