A very short excerpt from Saturday music and video. A Couple Of Artists Art Fair hosted by RabbitHole
A Couple of Artists Hosts A Holiday Art Fair
A Couple of Artists is pleased to announce the opening of its second annual Holiday Art Fair in Rabbithole Gallery, exhibiting about 30+ contemporary artists. The fair will also feature live performances by some of the most active members of Brooklyn’s music scene, along with cutting edge video-art screenings inside moving trucks.
The Holiday Art Fair will take place during two weekends in December, 12/10/11-12/11/11 & 12/17/11-12/18/11, and will be open to the public between 12 noon and 7 PM. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, December 10, from 6-9 PM, at 33 Washington Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
As with its first fair, A Couple of Artists’ aim is to sell artworks (photography, prints, paintings, and drawings) in various sizes and editions at affordable prices. The Fair’s location is at the heart of Dumbo’s gallery district, near the water and the park. Over these two weekends, A Couple of Artists expects the fair to draw a large crowd of art lovers and holiday shoppers.
All works at the fair will be no more than $300 and no larger than 11×14.
Artists: Joseph McNally, Noa Charuvi, Marvin Arevalo,Yoav Gal,keren Benbenisty,Winnie Jeng,Marina markovic, Helene picard, Pamela Matsuda-Dunn, Zhou Jie,Yang Yan Ru, Isaac Moylan, Nu ryu, Alic trossman,Gabriela Vainsencher,Josh Strauss,Yuriko Katori, Ava Porter,Jeanne Verdoux, Marsha Owett, Yael Ben-Zion, Asaf Rahat, Adi Shniderman, Merav Ezer, Gilad Kidar,Amir Nevo, Zohar Kfir, Paola Nunez Solorio,
For questions or appointments, please contact
A couple of artists studio is a collaboration between Adi Shniderman and Merav Ezer-Shniderman. We are visual artists that produce art and art events. ACOA studio also facilitates art sales online and through art fairs and speacial events.
For more details about the event, please check our Facebook page : A Couple of Artists Studio
One of our musical guests on Saturday was Mr. Rafi Fuchs.
Turns out that he can also play the blues, which was fitting for the moment.
Not only that, the multitasking Fuchs had time to chat while still playing.
Take it away Maestro….
Last night till 2am installing around 90 works on the wall. I think the Jazz messengers get the mood just right…