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Please Join Us at MANA
Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation Presents
In collaboration with Mana Contemporary and the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation

3 P.M. – 6 P.M.
MANA Contemporary, Room 456
888 Newark Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07306

 December 12, 2015 – January 31, 2016

Exhibition open weekdays between 1:00 to 6:00 pm
The Feuerman Sculpture Foundation invites you to Mixing Medias, it’s first ever exhibition of innovative and creative under represented artists working in a diverse range of media.  In collaboration with Mana Contemporary and the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation, Mixing Medias: 2015 is an exhibition with a diverse international presence of innovative, creative mid-career and underrepresented artists working in a diverse range of materials. Artists were selected by a jury consisting of Richard Friswell, Edward Rubin, and Steve Rockwell. The jury will announce winners for the Best in Show and two Runner-ups during the exhibition opening on December 12th. The exhibition will be on view from December 12, 2015 to January 31, 2016. The hours are 1:00pm to 6:pm weekdays.
Mixing Medias: 2015 offers artists the opportunity to collaborate with other creative individuals while gaining publicity and exposure. There will be a catalogue and video made of the exhibition. Three financial grants will be awarded through the generosity of all three foundations, artists will gain exposure and be able to interact with major collectors, curators, galleries and cultural institutions. The Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation, Mana Contemporary, and ESKFF.
Collectors and Press Reception
Collectors and members of the press are invited to gather for coffee at 11:00 AM on December 12th at Carole Feuerman Studios, 28 West 27th Street, Suite 488, New York City. There will be a bus at noon to transport VIP’s to Mana Contemporary. A press opening reception and announcement of winners is scheduled in the Mana Contemporary Café at 1:00PM. Many of the artists will be in attendance. At 3:00 a bus will leave Mana for NYC.
Public Reception
The exhibition will be open to the public from 3PM – 6PM on December 12th at Mana in room 456. It is also open weekdays from 1PM – 6:PM until January 31, 2016.
Participating Artists
China Blue, New York
Jiwoong Cheh, South Korea
Rachael David, Louisiana
Matthew DeSanctis New York
Donna Dodson Massachusetts
Shelly Fireman New York
Resi Giardello Italy
Steven Phillip Harris Indiana
Charles Hinmann New York
Mary Hrbacek New York
Richard Humann New York
Jannis Markopoulos Berlin
Jae Yong Kim South Korea
Glenn Marloowe New York
Michael Manjarris Texas
Andy Moerlein Alaska
Seugmo Park South Korea
Maria Pavlovska Macedonia
Britney Penouth Louisiana
Natasha Rodriguez Argentina
Dave Rogers Louisiana
Ekaterina Smirnova Moscow
Prospero Vega New York
Idan Zareski Israel
A jury consisting of Richard Friswell, Edward Rubin, and Steve Rockwell selected the artists. Richard J. Friswell, cultural historian and award-winning writer, is the publisher and managing editor of ARTES magazine, an international fine arts e-magazine. Edward Rubin is a writer, curator, and international traveler. He currently serves on board of AICA (International Association of Art Critics), ATCA. Steve Rockwell is the publisher and editor of dArt International magazine. First released in Los Angeles in 1998, dArt International covers contemporary art in New York, Toronto, San Antonio, and Richmond, Virginia. The jury will announce winners for the Best in Show and two Runner-Ups at the VIP Press lunch on December 12th in the Mana Café. The Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation, ESKFF Foundation, and MANA Contemporary will award financial grants to the winners.
Selected committee member Charles Hinman is an abstract minimalist painter who pioneered the concept of the three-dimensional shaped canvas in the mid-1960s. Shelly Fireman, also selected as a committee member, is known as an accomplished restaurateur with nine restaurants, seven in New York City and two in National Harbor, Maryland. What is less known is that for many years, Fireman has been a sculptor. Mixing Medias will be his very first exhibition. Additionally, Fireman enjoys collecting art; his collection includes works by Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon, Julian Schnabel, Red Grooms, Leroy Neiman, Elizabeth Murray, Peter Max, Mark Kostabi, and Jean-Michel Folon. Video and documentary artist, Simone Sandoval will be interviewing the artists and making a short film about the exhibition.
The Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation
 was formed in 2011 to generate excitement, interest, and passion for the arts, and to inspire and award deserving artists with exhibition opportunities, internships, and grants.  The Foundation plans to foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process by organizing annual fine art exhibitions that showcase deserving artists.
The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF), founded in 2009, is an alternative channel for connecting artists, curators, collectors, galleries, cultural institutions, and the public through exhibitions and programming based on private contemporary art collections. Dedicated to expanding our understanding of contemporary art, the ESKFF exhibits collections usually hidden from the public eye, enriched by programs that include lecture series by artists and collectors, in order to bridge the gaps within the arts community.
Mana Contemporary is a cultural center in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. Opened in May 2011, the center provides services, spaces, and programming for artists, collectors, curators, performers, students, and community. It includes artist studios, exhibition spaces, and storage and is situated in a 1920s-era brick former manufacturing building in the city's Marion Section near Marion Junction. The one million square foot facility is home to the Middle East Center for the Arts (MECA), The Richard Meier Model Museum, the archives of the International Center of Photography, the Magnum Foundation, the dance companies of Karole Armitage and Shen Wei, Gary Lichenstein Editions and foundations established by Eileen S Kaminksy (ESKFF) and Carole
Carole A. Feuerman is an American artist working in hyperrealism, a movement she started in the 1970's along with Hanson and DeAndrea. 
 Special Thanks to the sponsors: ESKFF Foundation, and MANA Contemporary
For information and RSVP please contact:
Kara Sticher


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