The fourth edition of (e)merge takes place October 2-5, 2014 at the Rubell Family's Capitol Skyline Hotel, in Washington, DC.
All We Art is presenting three of their artists at (e)merge international art fair in Washington, DC.
Come and know more of them and their work; visit us to share a cup of coffee and be informed about All We Art news and projects. Enjoy the fair: 85 exhibitors presenting works by over 150 artists from 30 countries. You will be very welcome from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 October at the Capitol Skyline Hotel, Room 203
"The patterns in the unconscious mind have always been revealed through protective and beneficent images that permit the soul’s drama to be projected out into cosmic space. These are the primordial images that Jung called archetypes, because of the universal coincidence of mythological themes”. Antonio Briceño works with images coming from the nature, including the human one, and translates the meaning of the essential and inaccessible arcane forms to the language of art with a very contemporary style and a touching magnetism.
What is the real frontier between art and science, thinking and feeling, mind and soul? Anrika Rupp’s enchanted artifacts suggest an answer to these question through the aesthetic of the purity and the intrinsic magic of simple, transparent objects. The virtual forms that live only in the eye of the witness and the eternal spheres with dual meaning and resonance, both physics and metaphysic, hypnotize the senses and the mind with the beauty of a perfect logical theorem.
"What is possible is part of reality" (Höderling), at least until proven otherwise. And since imagination knows no bounds, everything is possible, and everything imaginable is part of possible reality. If this is so, it could not be said that the fantastic images painted by Pájaro do not reflect reality . Maybe that is the reason (reason?) why he tends to paint fiction as if it were reality. He makes fictitious things look true, whilst real things become imaginary” Perán Erminy
(e)merge VIP & Press Preview
> Thursday, October 2: 5pm – 7pm
By invitation only
> Thursday, October 2:
7pm - 9pm: Preview Party
9pm - 11pm: Concert by the Pool with Furniteur, Pleasure Curses, and Chris Burns (dj set), musical talent curated by Brightest Young Things
> Friday, October 3: 12pm – 7pm
> Saturday, October 4: 12pm – 7pm
> Sunday, October 5: 12pm – 5pm
Online ticketing available soon
Opening Preview: $45 in advance, $55 at the door
Daily: $15 ($10 Seniors and Students w/ valid ID)