AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS at 33 Orchard

The strongest, non-represented art in NYC and Paris

Wednesday, July 30
6:00pm to 7:00pm
Lower East Side - New York
Exhibit Preview & Tour
A few pictures from this past Salon

    Exhibit Preview and Tour of "AS | Orchard," a show of 30 emerging artists.

    On Wednesday July 30th from 6pm to 8pm Jill Conner, Founder of AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS, will host a preview and tour of "AS | Orchard" the 5th in-person exhibition from AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS that will take place in the gallery space of 33 Orchard.

    Located in the heart of the Lower East Side, "AS | Orchard" introduces work by 30 non-represented artists, bringing to view the most vibrant art made in contemporary studios today. 

    AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS partners with L'Association - Premier Regard, whose outstanding exhibition committee regularly identifies and guides collectors to the best emerging art prior to representation.

    About Jill Conner:

    Jill Conner is a Board Member of the International Association of Art Critics-US Chapter (AICA-USA) and is also the New York Editor of Whitehot Magazine. She has been a contributing writer to Afterimage, Art in America, Interview Magazine, Performance Art Journal and Sculpture Magazine. 


      About the artist


      Through the fusion of art history and art criticism, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS serves as an online archive, document and resource of the strongest non-represented art vis-à-vis New York City, that is made in studios throughout New York City and Paris, France.


      The artists who will be shown in this exhibition are:

      Ilona Anderson, LaThoriel Badenhausen, Gretchen Bennett, Serena Bocchino, RobRoy Chalmers, Colin Chase, Vicki DaSilva, Jane Dell, Melissa Eder, Anne Ferrer, Aimee Hertog, Joanne Howard, Pavel Kraus, Patricia Lay, Chrissy Lush, Bridget O’Rourke, Mary Pinto, Richard Pitts, Holly Knox Rhame, Eleanor Schimmel, Gisella Sorrentino, Lisa Sylvester, John Tomlinson, Wilson Trouvé, Sébastien Vonier, Annemarie Waugh, Joyce Ellen Weinstein, Margaret Withers, Rachael Wren, Nola Zirin

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      The atla (s) now salon was a well-curated event that exposed guests to angelo bellobono’s beautiful work as well gave them deeper insight into his art practice. it was fascinating to gain new perspectives on how art can bridge social and political divides by engaging with communities.

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