Knight's Move Catalog Launch

    Wed, Jul 14, 2010, 7–9pm

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    A survey of new sculpture in New York, Knight's Move is accompanied by an exhibition catalog featuring profiles of the nineteen participating artists, a curator's essay, and design by Chad Kloepfer.

    At the party, SculptureCenter will be offering a FREE copy of the Knight's Move catalog to anyone who purchases a New Art Network membership. It's just our little way of saying thanks! While you're signing up, be sure to talk to New Art Network co-Chairs Elana Rubinfeld and Nicole Russo about this fall's exciting event calendar.

    In addition to checking out the new catalog, hear exhibiting artist Alexandre Singh lead a performative nineteen minute tour that touches on all nineteen artists. Exhibiting artists Nikolas Gambaroff and Matt Sheridan Smith's Nowhere for Nothing (New York Stoop), 2007-10, will host a special event outside the exhibition space as well. Live music by Alex Simon Group and cocktails!

    New Art Network at SculptureCenter is a unique membership program consisting of a group of young collectors, art professionals, artists and art enthusiasts. Through exclusive New Art Network programming featuring artist-led events, studio visits, access to private collections, intimate exhibition tours, and lively discussions, NAN provides its members with a new lens through which to view New York's vibrant art scene and the city itself.

    For $75 per year, New Art Network members are also offered year-round involvement in SculptureCenter's exhibitions and related programming, including late-night salons, discussions, and after-party events that bring new light to the contemporary scene. By bringing together a diverse and talented group of individuals, New Art Network functions as a lively forum to experience contemporary art and the city with many of its most dynamic artists.

    For more information on New Art Network membership and its benefits, please contact Erin Leigh Pierson at 718.361.1750 or A full line-up of New Art Network events at Sculpture Center will be announced this fall.

    If you can't make it in person, you can also purchase a copy of the catalog online.