Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer is in London this week and she wants to share some exciting events:
Martyrs exhibition by Artist Bill Viola at St. Paul’s Cathedral:
Royal Academy ‘ special Summer Exhibit
The summer exhibit features everything that is happening in the art world. The exhibit is from June 9 – August 17, 2014 and featured many artists doing amazing things. According to the website, it is the “largest open entry exhibition.”
Almine Rech Gallery
The gallery opens June 3rd in London. The inaugural exhibition is Pittura Oggetto, which is curated by Natacha Carron. Other featured works by Agostino Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, Dadamaino and Turi Simeti.
Dadamaino is one of Christy’s favorites artists. Here is an example of Dadamaino work, “Optico-Dynamic Objects.”
Who doesn’t need a style or health tip every once in a while? Teen Vogue’s Beauty and Health Director Elaine Welteroth is stepping foot in Vidicom CEO, Christy Ferer’s Sky Terrace Studio Tuesday August 6th to dish out some much appreciated tips for this coming fall. If you’re interested in back to school fashion either for yourself or you’re buying for your little one, Elaine Welteroth will have some professional advice for you. The Satellite Media Tour will be presented through a variety of platforms, including live television, radio, and online broadcast. It’s always a struggle deciding which styles will be trending, so following the advice of Welteroth is sure to come in handy.
It’s perfect timing, as we wrapped up July and sped on into August – the month where school shopping commences once again. The Beauty and Health Director will point us in the right direction, making back to school a fun time for everyone. For more information about Welteroth and her new position at Teen Vogue, check out the Huffington Post!
Let us know in a comment what you are most excited for when back to school shopping!
Christy Ferer, Vidicom’s CEO, recently saw Paul McCarthy’s latest show, WS (White Snow) at the Park Avenue Armory. It’s McCarthy’s largest exhibition and one that certainly won’t be forgotten!
WS is a collaboration with his son, Damon McCarthy, which “weaves together a fantastical forest and a three-quarter-scale house modeled after McCarthy’s own childhood home, with multi-channel video projections to immerse visitors in a world of fantasy and depravity.” To sum up Christy Ferer’s thoughts about this show, it was disgusting.
Whoever decides to see the show is a brave soul!
Read Paul McCarthy’s WS Art Review here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/28/arts/design/paul-mccarthy-ws-turns-a-magic-mirror-on-excess.html?pagewanted=all
Vidicom’s CEO Christy Ferer’s bags are packed, my ticket’s lined up, and I’m waiting for the 28th to fly off to Venice for this year’s Biennale de Venezia, a yearly art celebration.
I’m especially excited to visit this year to visit my good friend Cindy Sherman’s curatorial project — a show within the show, made up of over two hundred works by more than thirty artists. Dolls, puppets, mannequins, and idols cohabit with photos, paintings, sculptures, religious insignia, and drawings by prison inmates, which together compose an anatomical theater in which to contemplate the role of images in the representation and perception of the self.
Is anyone else headed to Venice? Hope to see you there!
Last night was one of Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer’s favorite events of the year: the annual spring gals for the 92nd Street Y. As a member of the Board of Directors, Christy takes a profound interest in the initiatives of the Y and the good that it does for the community.
Last night’s event was an absolute smash. Christy arrived at dinner and mingled with some friends and influential New Yorkers, and then enjoyed a performance by Grammy Award winner Jennifer Hudson.
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