Exhibitor listing

Able Fine Art NY Gallery

Able Fine Art NY Gallery
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New York, NY 10002
United States
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Able Fine Art NY Gallery is dedicated to showcasing established international artists. The work featured is not limited to strictly two dimensional visual artworks, but also various three dimensional art, mixed media as well as installations.

We also focus on harmonizing the aesthetics and viewpoints that define the multicultural aspects of the artists' respective environment. While fusing diverse artistic sensibilities, we take an interest in the way artists recreate their traditional forms and cultures. By exhibiting and aggressively marketing contemporary Asian and international artists, we hope to engage the world with their talent.

A new branch, Able Fine Art NY Gallery Seoul opened in Seoul, Korea in 2011. The second branch has become a platform for cross-cultural exchange. While continuing to develop emerging Korean artists and exhibiting established Korean artists, the gallery also works to introduce New York based artists and international artists to Korean audiences and to bring works of Korean artists to, New York.

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Lorenzo Cascio  (+)

    Biography : Lorenzo Cascio, sculptor and painter, born in Sicily in 1940, lives and works in Portofino. He started his career as a ceramist in Sciacca, his native town, where he opened a school which brought restored the lost ancient tradition of the ceramic art. He was a teacher of sculpture at the local High School of the Arts until 1983. Lorenzo Cascio constantly exhibits in many world galleries, and his works are in museums, artistic collections, religious and public buildings. The inspiring theme of his Art are the Greek myth, the myths of the Christianity which he re-proposes with a modern sensitiveness, as well as the contemporary world. His bronzes, cast with the ancient technique of the lost wax, abandon the smooth shapes, conserving all the spontaneity of the artist’s hand and catch the light, which makes them vibrate. Groups of figures and characteristic horses are a dominating theme of his sculpture. In his painting which often draws inspiration from the contemporary world of fashion, Lorenzo Cascio finds his expression thanks to an innovating and original technique of oil and collage and a wise use of colors and signs. From 2012 to 2014 he worked to the realization of the new church dedicated to St. Sebastian and to the Virgin Mary in Sciacca, his native town. He sculptured the four bronze doors in bas relief, the big glass windows and three large paintings for the altars. Lorenzo Cascio in his career portrayed in bronze famous people of the cultural and artistic world; President of the Italian Republic Giovanni Leone (1965), Painter Giorgio De Chirico (1973), Scientist Albert Sabin (1987), Admiral Durand de la Penne (1993), Pope John Paul II (1998) during his visit to the Curia of Chiavari and many others. He said “Today artists want to shock people, so as to attract the public's and critic's attention. I don't belong to this group, as in my opinion, art should be a free enterprise in which one has the right to find their own form of expression, based on th

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  • Nak Jeon  (+)

    Biography : Jeon Nak is a Korean born artist. In his series, swirling vortexes of light and color emerge from a dark ground. Nak’s works depict three-dimensional, imaginary spaces that morph and change, starting as one thing and becoming something else; the printing methodology allows the image to move and change with the angle of vision. With a desire to explore the science and technology that can be used to improve the performance of buildings both socially and environmentally, architecture has brought out the overall structure of the lenticular lenses in this series titled Axis, Nexus and Vortex. It would be difficult to these images and not to be reminded of mathematical constructions or the reaches of space and the universe. Many of the creations recall galaxies, nebulae and even supernovas, exploding with color and the light. Deeply branded visual memory becomes the source of inspiration; there is both clarity and mystery in that geography, with its seemingly endless space that brings us inward. Depth fills and illuminates these spaces of transition as it plays off in endless visual array.

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  • Tony Kaye  (+)

    Biography : Kaye, born in London, England, is an iconic director and artist known for his groundbreaking career in filmworks. Kaye confronts current social issues and is continuously displaying them in every aspect his work; American History X shows violence and racism in the U.S., Lake of Fire explores the abortion controversy, and Detachment shows the effects of societal disinterest. Kaye has also directed music videos for the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Johnny Cash. With his music video for “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” by Johnny Cash, Kaye won a Grammy. In 2008, Kaye worked with Damien Hirst to create a short film. Kaye has also been nominated for six Grammys. After he spent over twenty years in the film world, Kaye turned his bold, sensitive eye to visual art to continue the conversation with his audience on the raw, at times gruesome side of a humanity still poignantly full of hope. There is a missing link to all of Kaye’s expression and that is his personal music. Kaye is a prolific singer/songwriter. He uses the canvases to form the structures of his songs. The painted lyrics and random ideas feed in and out and across the range of his creative output. Then these ideas blend into his movies. In his new motion picture Hollywhore, the story of a struggling actress, he has written an entirely operatic section. Kaye’s most recent pieces, works that combine the words and images that allow his viewers to enter Kaye’s stream of consciousness, results in art that is both inspired by and created for New York. “The Walls of the Mountain” is named after Kaye’s vision of New York City as a wall, his art becoming a mountain full of his experiences. After 9/11, Kaye wrote a song titled “New York City,” a love letter to New York, whose message remains infused within “The Walls of the Mountain.” Relevant, personal, at times dark and satirical, Kaye’s new work invites his audience to see art as an investigative tool for human reflection. “The Walls of the Moun

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  • Joungsook Kim

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  • Kwanwoo Lee  (+)

    Biography : Lee uses a variation of mixed media with Korean stamps that have been described as allegories of memory, intrinsically linked to time, life and nature. Kwanwoo Lee treats Korean stamps as objects, and creates large-scale pixilated assemblages that develop into a relief-like surface. Kwan Woo Lee’s Condensation pixilations based on the traditional use of Korean stamps and seal-signs are highly original works of art. In recent years, Lee has collected these signs from many sources. In addition he has hand-carved and cast reproductions of these seals in resin using traditional Korean methods. The final step is to assemble them into a dense undulating grid-like pattern on the surface of his canvas. By re-contextualizing the meaning of these stamps either as a grid of impressions on Korean paper or as a sculptural bas-relief on canvas, they may have a profound spiritual effect on viewers who are familiar with the traditional use of stamps in East Asia. Some of the signs go back over two millennia when they were used as identity markers in writing and correspondence. Over the centuries, they become sophisticated signifiers of attribution, often revealing the owner’s spiritual and material status within the community. From a conceptual point of view, Lee’s carefully crafted assemblages transport meaning from the historical past into the present. The desire to relinquish desire and to find emptiness of mind is what many believe Kwan Woo Lee’s art tries to achieve. He is first and foremost an artist before he is anything else. For example, we see objects in the material world as having a particular function. This is how we understand them. Objects are identified according to their use. We know them in terms of what they do and how they perform in the everyday world. A chair is where we sit. A bed is where we lie down. A vase holds flowers. A faucet turns water on and off. Kwan Woo Lee’s work is not about these kinds of function. The meaning in his work is neith

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  • Clara Leigh Mikimoto

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  • José Molina  (+)

    Biography : Born in Madrid in 1965, aged 11 José Molina started attending several arts schools, then, while studying at Madrid’s University of Fine arts, he worked in advertising until the age of 35, when he decided to fully devote himself to painting. His first exhibition was in 2004 at Milan’s Galleria Rubin. Between 2005 and 2010 he held a solo exhibition at Milan’s Museum of Science and Technology and Civic Aquarium - curated by renowned art critic and historian Vittorio Sgarbi - and exhibited at other locations and galleries, like Galleria Ca’ di Fra’, Mc2, Fondazione Stelline and Fondazione Mudima. 2013 was a year of great solo and collective shows for Molina; his works were exhibited at Milan’s Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Spazio Oberdan and La Triennale. His first anthological exhibition took place in 2014 at Real Academia de España in Rome, in 2015 he released the volume “Humanitas”, a comprehensive collection of the artist’s production from 2002, and in 2016 he held a solo show at Museo del Mare in Genoa and at Galleria Deodato Arte in Milan. In 2017 at the Royal Palace in Caserta, took place a big anthological exhibition “Landscape after the battle” supported by the Spanish institutions and by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism. Today Josè is present on the international scene, both in Europe and Asia, with a series of solo exhibitions both in private and public spaces. He now lives in Gravedona, Lake Como.

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