InSitu Works Website Launch and Pop-Up Exhibition

Empowering Today's Collector

Wednesday, June 11
7:00pm to 10:00pm
Lower East Side - New York
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A few pictures from this past Salon

    Curated by InSitu Works co-founders Ana Perez & Alexis Zambrano.

    InSitu Works Website Launch and Pop-Up Exhibition

    For the dates Wednesday, June 11th - Sunday, June 15th, InSitu Works will hold its inaugural pop-up exhibition to take place on the Lower East Side at 215 Bowery. This evening event is an exciting opportunity to experience the work of both emerging and established artists. Opening night will commence Wednesday, June 11th, 7:00- 10:00 PM with drinks inspired by featured artworks in the exhibition and served by master cocktail innovator Juan Coronado, Eater's 2013 mixologist of the year. The exhibition will feature works by a group both international and local artists including: Mary Stengel Bentley, Fernanda Brunet, William Buchina, Jason Alexander Byers, Aldo Chaparro, Adam Payne, Christina Quarles, Samuel Stabler, and Alexis Zambrano.

    RSVP is required.

    About InSitu: 

    InSitu Works is an online marketplace and advisory that offers seasoned and novice collectors the opportunity to discover, learn, and acquire contemporary art. Sponsored by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Artspire (part of the New York Foundation for the Arts), InSitu Works was conceived as an alternative to help collectors find high-quality artwork and grant emerging artists a platform for exposure and development. Purchases made through InSitu Works directly contribute to the promotion and development of emerging artists.

    Why “InSitu”? In situ in latin means in place, or in the original position. In the context of art, in situ refers to a work of art made specifically for a host site, taking into account the space and location in which the work of art is installed or exhibited. Our goal is to find the perfect piece for your space, hence the name InSitu Works.

    To learn more visit:  www.insituworks.com

    Collaboration with Juan Coronado: 

    Keeping true to our mission of exposing today’s art enthusiasts to different forms of artistic expression, we have partnered with The Pour Group to create an experience in which art featured during inaugural pop-up exhibition is appreciated through the different senses. During the launch event, Juan Coronado, cocktail innovator and winner of Eater’s 2013 bartender of the year, will be creating cocktails inspired by featured artworks.

    Prior to founding The Pour Group, Juan Coronado was the Cocktail Innovator for Chef Jose Andres's renowned ThinkFoodGroup, where he oversaw the cocktail program for all TFG concepts including the SLS Hotel South Beach. Recognized as a gifted bartender, Juan has won multiple "Rum Cocktail Awards" (2005, 2006 and 2012) and the Classic Martini Contest at the Astor Center in 2008 and most recently Eater National Best Bartender of Year 2013. Juan is a certified sommelier and taught the sparkling wine summer program at CIA in Calistoga, Napa from 2006 to 2007. Juan has also led seminars at spirits tradeshows including Tales of the Cocktail, Manhattan Classic Cocktail and the Rum Renaissance Festival.

    InSitu Works looks forward to seeing you and appreciates your support!

      About the artist

      Group Exhibition

      Mary Stengel Bentley

      William Buchina

      Fernanda Brunet

      Jason Alexander Byers

      Aldo Chaparro

      Adam Payne

      Samuel Stabler

      Christina Quarles

      Alexis Zambrano

      Feedback on this curatorFeedback from this Salon

      The art was lovely! this was my first gertrude salon. was great to see an artist on the rise, and i got in touch with the gallery after seeing their other offerings. i'm looking for a large piece right now, and while this wasn't for me, i did refer the artist's name to others! will be great to watch as he matures.



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      Venue (details disclosed after RSVP)
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