Wednesday, January 4, 2017

The Box Gallery Spotlight: Curator Noor Blazekovic taps Jon Glaser to show work at ART FLORIDA 2017 at The Box Gallery




SPOTLIGHT: Noor Blazekovic
Jon Glaser to show at ART FLORIDA 2017 
ART FLORIDA 2017
The Curators Choices
Jan.7-28, 2017

"In the Heart of the West Palm Beach Cultural Corridor"
811 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

West Palm Beach- The Box Gallery is proud to announce that Noor Blazekovic will be presenting the work of Jon Glaser as her choice for the Art Florida 2017 Curators Choices Exhibition. The Box Gallery will be host to a VIP reception for the curators and their selected artists on 
Friday, January 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. RSVP
ART FLORIDA 2017 CURATORS CHOICES was organized by Rolando Chang-Barrero to emphasises the importance and impact that Bruce Helander, Paul Fisher, Jane Hart, Lee Ann Lester, Marisa J.Pascucci, Noor Blazekovic and Debby Coles-Dobay have on the maturation and the vitality of the art and culture scene of South Florida.



Noor Blazekovic
Noor Blazekovic is the curator and publisher at IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS - EXHIBITIONS - THE MAGAZINE
"Irreversible - an International art project - is a pioneering exhibition platform for all projects that transcend the classical art show including small format, large scale installations, theatrical events, mixed media, video projections, massive sculptures, music, live performances & unlimited kids programs." IRREVERSIBLE makes buying and collecting art accessible and affordable. Many of our artists have succeeded outside of the traditional gallery system, emerging through all backgrounds we deal with cutting-edge art, and we are viewed as one of the most influential exhibition platform of our era. Irreversible projects and magazine have become breeding grounds for cutting edge exhibitions. Our versatility provides a platform for emerging artists, giving them the opportunity to showcase their talent, as well as offering more established artists the freedom to play and produce experimental exhibitions.

GIANTS IN THE CITY
"Giants in the City" is a monumental inflatable public art show series and traveling exhibition committed to attract national and international cultural exchanges "Art in public places is not about us, but about others. Does not reveal personal inclinations, or talk about the myth of the artist, instead reveals its civic sense. Does not it intend for people to feel diminished and insignificant, but to glorify them. It’s not about the existing emptiness between culture and the public, but seeks that art becomes public and that the artist becomes a citizen…

WWW.GIANTSINTHECITY.ORG





Jon Glaser (Artist Statement)
Photography was originally considered a way to objectively represent
reality, completely untouched by the photographer’s perspective. However,
photographers manipulate their pictures in various ways, from choosing what to
shoot to altering the resulting image through computer digitalization. The
manipulation inherent to photography brings to light questions about the nature of
truth. All art forms manipulate reality in order to reveal truths not apparent to the
uncritical eye. Photography today is largely seen as a postmodern art form, and
postmodernism states that truths do not necessarily last, but instead truths alter
and shift with changes in culture. Modernism, however, states that some truths
do last, and these truths reflect basic, universal conditions of humanity. These
lasting truths are often expressed in mythic themes and archetypes. Science,
journalism and art make use of the connection between myth and truth, most
notably, in the mythic archetype of form: beauty. Scientific, news, artistic and
documentary photography all use the archetype of beauty as a connection to
truth. Beauty, however, is based on the beliefs of a culture, and does not
necessarily define truth. In the end, both postmodernism and modernism have
their place in photographic philosophy. Understanding of photographic truth, like
all other truths, depends on an understanding of culture, belief, history, and the
universal aspects of human nature.





More Spotlights and Sneak Peeks into Art Florida 2017 coming soon!




The Artists:
J. Steven Manolis, Patrick Willard, Andy Marx, Dana Donaty, Karla Walter, 
Carin Wagner, Sarah Knouse, Stefan Radu Cretu, and Jon Glaser 




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