Time: March 19, 2010 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: alice Chilton Gallery 147 Roebling Street Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY 11211 email@example.com
Street: 147 Roebling Street Williamsburg
City/Town: brooklyn NY 11211
Website or Map: http://alicechiltongallery.bl…
Phone: 646 3992307
Event Type: performance, art, photography, exhibition
Organized By: Alice Chilton gallery
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2010
Alice Chilton Gallery
147 Roebling Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY 11211
ALICE CHILTON GALLERY is a new gallery specializing in Performance Art with live performances plus performance-related materials: limited-edition prints, videos and catalogues and artifacts
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Exhibition of Performance Art Photography
OPENING: FRIDAY, MARCH 19– SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2010
Reception Opening: FRIDAY, MARCH 19
VestAndPage - Verena Stenke & Andrea Pagnes
Verena Stenke and Andrea Pagnes work together since 2006 as V e s t A n d P a g e mainly in the field of Performance Art, including techniques of installation, video, poetry and sound. They screen their video art and present their performances, lectures and workshops in Europe, Asia, South America and the U.S.
United, they found within Performance Art the perfect common ground to talk about topics they concern: impermanence, transformation, memory activation and a translative poetry.
They wish to arrive with the spectators to a shift of reality and time, touching most inner human sensors.
The German born Ve r e n a S t e n k e studied Fine Arts at Freie Kunstschule Stix, Heilbronn and Maskmaking & Makeup artistry at Mainfranken Theater Wuerzburg and at the Media&Event-Academy Baden-Baden. She trained martial arts, later Contemporary, Sufi and Butoh dance during her living in Berlin and Social Theatre with Isole Comprese Teatro, Firenze/I. She also works on sound and video.
The Venetian born A n d r e a P a g n e s has achieved his Master Diploma in Art Critic and Museology at the International Art University of Venice-Florence and his Degrees in Modern Literature and Philosophy at the University of Venice. Further he took the Social Theatre Actor Diploma from Isole Comprese Teatro, Florence in 2006, writing for them and performing the piece Corpo 1 Prologo, and then in 7 others. In the year 2008 he got the Diploma in Creative Writings (method Raymond Carver), Rome.
He published art essays, proses and poetry and worked as translator. He curated and coordinated international exhibitions in Munich, Cologne, Berlin, Venice, Bologna and Vancouver and exhibited his own paintings, sculptures and installations in Italy, Belgium, Germany, Brazil, UK and US.In 1990 he received the UE Robert Schuman Silver medal for his activities, and in the year 2000 the Millennium Painting Award in representation of his own country.
He was Artistic director of Studio Tagliapetra Glass Sculpture&Design, Murano (1994-1996) and Marco Polo Glass Gallery & Studio, Murano (2000-2005).
The Alice Chilton Gallery is run by Jill McDermid, Director of the Grace Exhibition Space for live Performance Art: www.grace-exhibition-space.com