Paintguide New York City

Felipe Alonso, Brett Amory, Bo Bartlett, John Brosio, J.A.W. Cooper, Paul Cristina, Héléne Delmaire, Florian Eymann, Edwige Fouvry, Alex Garant, Gosia, Jessica Hess, Alex Kanevsky, Ruprecht Von Kaufmann, Kikyz1313, James Kroner, Mike Lee, Jeremy Lipking, Olav Mathisen, David McLeod, Odd Nerdrum, Felipe Pantone, Erika Sanada, Denis Sarazhin, Emilio Villalba, Axel Void, Kent Williams, Dan Witz, Wendelin Wohlgemuth, Ashley Wood, and Chad Wys

March 3rd – March 25th, 2017
Opening Reception Friday, March 3rd from 7pm – 11pm

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Denis Sarazhin, “Embodiment #10″, Oil on canvas, 24″ x 24”

Booth Gallery is delighted to announce PAINTGUIDE™ NYC, featuring a collection of renowned painters, sculptors, and illustrators from around the globe. The exhibition is a collaborative project between Booth Gallery and the wildly popular Instagram account @paintguide. Artists featured in the exhibition

Artists featured in the exhibition include: Felipe Alonso, Brett Amory, Bo Bartlett, John Brosio, J.A.W. Cooper, Héléne Delmaire, Florian Eymann, Edwige Fouvry, Alex Garant, Gosia, Jessica Hess, Alex Kanevsky, Ruprecht Von Kaufmann, Kikyz 1313, James Kroner, Mike Lee, Olav Mathisen, David McLeod, Odd Nerdrum, Felipe Pantone, Erika Sanada, Denis Sarazhin, Emilio Villalba, Axel Void, Kent Williams, Dan Witz, Wendelin Wohlgemuth, Ashley Wood, and Chad Wys.Currently at 354,000 followers, @paintguide is an Instagram page created by Henrik Uldalen and Daniela Bezdan originally to feature artwork of both emerging artists and those of the past that personally influenced them. As the account grew, other artists

Currently at 354,000 followers, @paintguide is an Instagram page created by Henrik Uldalen and Daniela Bezdan originally to feature artwork of both emerging artists and those of the past that personally influenced them. As the account grew, other artists were invited to takeover the Instagram feed and curate a week’s worth of inspiration for fans. PAINTGUIDE™ has since carried a visual dialogue on the art world’s continuing momentum into the digital sphere.

Social media’s impact on the art community has allowed creators to build a wider network of like-minded contemporaries and extend their reach farther than ever before. Social media has transformed how artists connect with their audience and how viewers interact with artwork. PAINTGUIDE™ NYC is an invitation to examine these ideas as well as the line between the digital exhibitions and in-person engagement with art.

PAINTGUIDE™ NYC will be on view March 3rd through March 25th, 2017 at 325 W 38th Street #1, New York City, NY 10018. An opening reception will be held Friday, March 3rd, 2017 from 7p – 11pm during New York City’s Armory Week festivities.