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Sept 9-13, 2015 | Booth 1.01

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September 10-13, 2015

Booth E-07

DECORAZONgallery and Retrospect Galleries are delighted to invite you as our guest to the inaugural Affordable Art Fair taking place in Seoul at the amazing DDP building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

WHERE: DDP Dongdaemun Design Plaza | 281 Euljiro | Jung-Gu | Seoul


Thursday, September 10th: Private View, 6 
Friday, September 11th: 11am â€“ 6pm
"Art Breaking Evening Party" on Friday, September 11th: 6

Saturday, September 12th: 11am – 8pm
Sunday, September 13th: 11am – 6pm

RSVP for your complimentary tickets here

Look below for details on NYC plus a preview of the fabulous talent we'll be showing!

September 9-13, 2015

Booth 1.01 - 1st floor

DECORAZONgallery is thrilled to be back in New York City for the
Fall Edition of the Affordable Art Fair!

WHERE: The Metropolitan Pavilion | 125 West 18th Street | btwn 6th & 7th Aves


Wednesday, September 9th: Private View, 6-9pm
Thursday, September 10th: 11am â€“ 8pm
Friday, September 11th: 11am â€“ 8pm
Saturday, September 12th: 11am â€“ 8pm
Sunday, September 13th: 11am – 5pm

RSVP for your complimentary tickets here

We are representing an amazing group of talented artists for both art fair exhibitions. As a special preview for you, we have included an introduction on all of these artists and the opportunity to see a full catalogue of available works. Feel free to enquire even if you're not able to join us at the fairs!
Click here to receive a full catalogue for Daniel Egnéus


Born in Sweden in 1972, Daniel Egnéus has spent over 20 years in cities as Prague, London, Berlin, Bologna, Rome, Milano, and has now made Athens, Greece his base. Creating lucid, dreamy and vibrant illustrations that reflect his inner world, Egneus’ work is an expression of his colourful and rich life, which finds its way into his work, inspiring us with it's beauty and depth.

New press on Daniel Egnéus here

Click here to receive Guillaume Cornet's catalogue


Guillaume Cornet is a Parisian artist who lives and works in London, UK. Cornet's complex and striking work reflect his fascination with densely populated urban spaces. He likes to create his city works from personal experience and places that he has seen in his travels, including; Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Paris, London and Barcelona.

"The Characters are based on people and situations I come across in my daily life. But also by unusual sounds, objects, misunderstandings and the world which revolves around me."

Each piece is a unique edition silkscreen print, hand-coloured with Letraset markers, on 350gsm Colorset white paper.

Click here to receive David E. Peterson's catalogue


An abstract painter inspired by Product Design, Graphic Design and Architecture, David Peterson’s work is included in the collections of the Museum of New Art (Detroit), Progressive Art Collection, Bilzin and Sumberg, Home Depot, Related Group, among many others. His work has been profiled on, Loft Magazine, Southern Living, CNN, and Detroit Free Press. David holds a BFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI.

David E. Peterson was named "One of the Top 20 Professionals Under 40" in Miami's Brickell Magazine. His installation JCrew Women's Tops & Bottoms was also featured this in New York Magazine, Design (Spring 2013). Peterson was featured in “New American Paintings”, Issue 112”, which was curated by Rene Morales of the Perez Museum (summer, 2014).

Click here to receive Erin Cone's catalogue


“I emphasize visual impact over narrative context, focusing on the subtle orchestration of my subject within a framework of design. I create a deliberate push-and-pull between near-photorealistic detail and my own vocabulary of visual glitches that challenge that very realism. This duality is central to my work and allows the figures I paint to remain wholly representational while functioning abstractly - evoking emotion without defining it.”

Watch Erin Cone's PBS interview here

Click here to receive Maria José Concha's catalogue


Maria Jose Concha lived for 7 years in the Chilean Patagonia, the world’s southernmost landscape, an experience, which transformed her work and becomes the focus of her expressive painting. Concha’s work takes those typical phenomena of the landscape and reconstructs, sometimes deconstructing them, into elements, which belong to the painting process. "The landscape is transmuted into painting, and the painting into the essence of the landscape." 


... "The canvases of Maria Jose Concha, meanwhile, provide views of nature under the uncertain light of dawn, dusk, abstracted, simplified into its most essential components" ...

Click here to receive Kathleen Wilke's catalogue


Kathleen Wilke blurs the lines of poetry and fiction through her underwater photography. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Wilke attended the Art Academy of Cincinnati and graduated from The Art Institute of Boston, where she majored in illustration and photography.

Changing water effects illuminate the simplest subjects and transform imagery into beautiful, surreal and ethereal, painterly masterpieces.

Click here to receive Apostolos Chantzaras' catalogue


Apostolos Chantzaras, continues to develop his own visual and entertaining world, without fear for bold line, form and saturated colour. Greek-born Chantzaras first studied Painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, then continued studies in Photography and Fresco, in addition to Painting, at University Paris VIII.

Influences of working beside his father, Eleftherios Chantzaras, a renown Byzantine painter and iconographer, is also quite relevant in his style and technique.

Top image is from Apostolos' new "Hero" series.

Click here to receive Michele Mikesell's catalogue

"These realistic, stylized faces placed within loosely interpreted animal shapes and costumes narrate a continued thesis of dichotomy and metaphor - comparing and contrasting human ideas with animal instinct. Irony, contradiction, humor and tragedy, have been continued themes in my work and are illustrated not only within the image, but within the actual paint and surface of the painting.
I am influenced by a diverse and extremely eclectic group of different movements including Abstract and German Expressionism, Art Informal, Children’s Art, as well as the 17th century Dutch masters and the current Pop Surrealist movement. I work with little or no pre-conceived finished piece. My process is a constant acting and reacting from and within the marks subliminally laid into the paint.” 
Click here to receive Mira Loew's catalogue
The exploration of the human body is a central theme to emerging artist, Mira Loew's work, including nudes, portraiture and recently the investigation of the correlation between performance and photography. Working with her own body as well as performers and dancers, she understands the movement of the body as a means of expression. 
Loew works with a variety of photographic materials, including medium format, 35mm, grainy black and white as well as colour films, polaroids and digital. Loew often combines different materials to create a whole new process.
Click here to receive Rob Tarbell's full catalogue

Rob has been featured in more than 50 articles in publications, and blogs, including New American Paintings, the Huffington Post UK, Daily Mail UK, Installation Magazine, and Studio Visit (volumes 1, 4, 6 and 8). Lark Books featured a Smoke and a Struggle in the books: Skulls in 2008, 500 Ceramic Sculptures in 2009, and Ceramic Sculptures in 2011. His collections include: The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia (December, 2013), Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, Orlando, FL, St. Regis in Washington DC, and Four Seasons Hotel in Houston, Texas.
In 2010, Rob was awarded four residencies, two from the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia and Moulin à Nef in Auvillar, France and Ragdale Foundation. In 2015, Rob will be a resident at the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Englewood, Florida.

Click here to receive Rosie Emerson's catalogue


Inspired by her love of theatre, performance, shrines and rituals, Emerson uses lighting, costume, set and prop making, alongside printmaking and a painters palette to create one off pieces which are inspired by both the drama of the baroque, and ethereal qualities of pre Raphaelite works. Other important influences include late medieval and renaissance paintings, Japanese prints, and magical realist literature. Her recent Cyanotype works enable her to montage objects with real size photographic negatives. Using UV light from the sun to expose objects and images directly on to the sensitized surface, the works are often hand painted or gilded with gold leaf. 


October 8-11, 2015
Conrad Hotel Hong Kong
Pacific Place
88 Queensway

Suite #15-S


October 21-25, 2015
Battersea Evolution
Battersea Park
London, SW11 4NJ
Stand #E-7

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