El Columpio, VINZ, courtesy Andenken

Getting Gone, Amanda Marie, courtesy Andenken

Kowwboy nr 1, SIT, courtesy Kallenbach

A small applause of rain, Jaybo, courtesy Kallenbach

Ghosts of the past, Silas, courtesy Kallenbach

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SCOPE New York March 6-9 2014

SCOPE New York Pavilion
312 West 33rd Street, New York, NY, United States

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From March 6-9 SCOPE NY, an international contemporary art show, will hold its 14th edition in New York. Among many participating galleries, Dutch galleries Andenken and Kallenbach from Amsterdam will also be present.

About SCOPE

With over 65 art shows spanning more than a decade, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. SCOPE’s extensive reach enables an unrivaled opportunity for networking with art patrons, creative professionals and a culturally relevant public audience.

Located within the iconic New York City Post Office, SCOPE moves to the main hall, transforming the Postal Dock with its 30-foot vaulted glass ceiling into a dynamic exhibition of 60 international galleries alongside 20 Breeder Program galleries. Hailing from 22 countries, SCOPE exhibitors represent the best and brightest contemporary work from emerging and mid-career artists.

Exhibiting Dutch galleries

During SCOPE NY Andenken Gallery will present artists Amanda Marie and VINZ. Kallenbach Gallery will present Dutch artist Silas, SIT and Jaybo

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