March 18, 2008 - SCOPE Art Show - Lincoln Center Damrosch Park
March 18, 2008

Lincoln Center Damrosch Park

SCOPE Pavilion
March 26 – 30

Lincoln Center Damrosch Park
62nd Street and 10th/Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10023

Schedule March 26 – 30

First View WedMarch26 3pm-9pm
PressView Wed March 265pm-9pm

Thursday March 27 10am-8pm
Friday March 28 10am-8pm
Saturday March 29 10am-8pm
Sunday March 30 10am-6pm

Building on Miami’s overwhelming success, SCOPE launches its 2008 season with its flagship fair, SCOPE New York 08. SNY08, an invitation only edition of SCOPE art fairs, proudly returns to Manhattan’s most famous cultural icon, Lincoln Center, with a glass facade pavilion situated in Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park, at the corner of 62nd Street and 10th Avenue. SCOPE New York is just blocks from the Armory Show and serviced daily by VIP Zipcars, shuttles and pedicabs.

Featuring galleries from four continents and 20 countries, including China, Mexico, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Spain, and Canada, SCOPE New York 2008’s 50 invitees will uphold its unique tradition of solo and thematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. The fair opens to Press, SCOPE and Armory VIPs on Wednesday, March 26, 3-9pm with the FirstView benefit. SCOPE NY FirstView to benefit the Museum of Arts and Design, opening at 2 Columbus Circle, Sept. 2008, &
SCOPE Foundation.

Introducing artists, curators, and cutting-edge galleries to new audiences internationally has made SCOPE the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world available anywhere. With art fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London, and the Hamptons, SCOPE is proud to be an influential presence in the expanding global art market.

Wed March 26 3-9pm

SCOPE VIP, Armory VIP cardholders and Press are invited to preview the fair and the premiere of SCOPE Special Programs featuring performances by Venuz White & Michael Helland.

SCOPE NY FirstView to benefit the Museum of Arts and Design, opening at 2 Columbus Circle, Sept. 2008, & SCOPE Foundation.

For FirstView tickets contact:
Museum of Arts and Design
Fax 212 459 0926
Telephone 212 956 3535×112

Collector Lecture Series and Receptions
Thursday-Saturday March 27-29 6-8pm

Collector Lounge Sip and Learn. Panel discussions and lectures
SCOPE VIP Card Admits Two.

Seriously Slow: New Tactics in Art and Design
Thursday March 27 6-8pm
The philosophy of ‘slow design’ links the quality perceived in objects with the quality of their production, their materials, and their long-term impact.

Moderator: Carolyn F. Strauss and Lindsey Adelman
Panelist: Lindsey Adelman and Nava Lubelski

Friday March28 6-8pm
Moderator: Ron Sherga
Panel: Andrew Faust, Adriana Magaña, Mitch Miller, Meredith Drum, Alyson Baker

Two Futures of Design: High Gloss/Socially Conscious
Saturday March 29 6-8pm

The event is to be hosted by Art + Auction
Chair/Moderator: Anthony Barzilay Freund, Editor in Chief of Art+Auction
Panel: Jason Miller, Designer; James Zemaitis, Senior Vice President of Sotheby’s 20th Century Design department. Craig Kellogg, freelance design writer; Pierre-Alexandre de Looz, writer, architect, designer; Dr. Mitchell Joachim, partner at Terreform.

Sunday Brunch
SundayMarch 30 12-2pm

Hosted by Art and Living
Sponsored by SCOPE

Luminaries of art and design join SCOPE for a meet and greet brunch to honor the nominees for the 2008 curatorial awards.
Free for SCOPE VIPs.

Opening Night Party
Friday March 28 10pm-Late

Tribeca Grand Hotel. Emerging NYC bands & DJs. SCOPE Exhibitors and VIP cardholders free.

Special Programs:
[PAM] Perpetual Art Machine Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski, Aaron Miller
Monkey Town Capsule Hotel Antoine Catala, Mariana Ellenberg, HappyFun, Sam Zimmerman

Entrance Pavilion Cleon Peterson, Date Farmers, and Anthony Lister Courtesy New Image Art
Existence — Columns Seon Ghi Bahk Courtesy Krampf Gallery
imagiNAPtion Freedland & Mednick Ph.D. Presented by spookyaction
Invisible Heroes Admir Jahic, Pawel Ferus, Comenius Roethlisberger, Smash137 Courtesy GriZZly
News from the Art World: Fields of Truth Salvador Diaz Courtesy Fernando Pradilla
Under the Banyan Tree Guerra de la Paz Courtesy Creative Thriftshop
What the Flock?! Johnston Foster Courtesy RARE
Goon Gone Matthew Rodriguez Courtesy RARE

A.T.T. Vegetable Oil Taxi Carissa Carman Horse 2 Linda Molenaar Courtesy 2x2projects
Kiss Collector Venuz White Dress Up Party Michael Helland

638.267 Adam Payson

2x2projects | 33 Bond Gallery | ada gallery | Ambrosino | ANNA KLINKHAMMER GALERIE | arróniz arte contemporáneo | Bonelli Contemporary | brot.undspiele galerie | BRYCE_WOLKOWITZ_NEW YORK_ | {CTS} creative thriftshop | CHARLIE SMITH London | CHINESECONTEMPORARY | Christopher Cutts Gallery | Curator’s Office | Cynthia Broan Gallery | DEAN PROJECT | Fabian & Claude Walter | Galeria Fernando Pradilla | Gagliardi Art System | Galerie Andreas Binder | galería begoña malone | galerie baer | Galerie Römerapotheke | Galerie Rupert Pfab | Galerie Schuster | Galleri K | Greener Pastures | heliumcowboy artspace | IguapopGallery | JACK THE PELICAN PRESENTS | Katharine Mulherin | KRAMPF GALLERY | Kuckei + Kuckei | LICHT FELD | Lincart | M + R Fricke | Magical Artroom | Mendes Bahia | Mike Weiss Gallery | modart | My Name’s Lolita Art | Nettie Horn | New Image Art | Project 4 | RARE | RHYS gallery | Sara Tecchia Roma New York | stuArt gallery | The Flat – Massimo Carasi | TOKYO GALLERY + BTAP

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