NEW YORK, NY – November 1, 2013 / – Toni Silber-Delerive is pleased to announce that her painting “View from Macu Tower, China” was accepted into Curate NYC. The 17 exhibiting artists were selected by chashama from 1,900 online entries.
This event is a month-long citywide festival of art exhibitions, and a permanent online showcase of New York City artists. The program builds exposure and career opportunities for local artists and markets New York City’s image as a cultural hub.
Toni’s painting “View from Macu Tower, China” is an aerial view that looks down from the Macu Tower. The flattening of the picture plane reduces the details to graphic shapes, using more pattern and grid then representation. The multiple highways take the viewer through the painting. Only the shadow from the tower is visible.
The exhibit is at 4 Times Square (the Condé Nast building at 42nd and Broadway, New York, NY). October 24 to November 7. Open Monday-Friday 8am-7pm. For further information on this event http://www.chashama.org/event/curatenyc2013
About the Artist
Born in Philadelphia, Toni Silber-Delerive received a B.F.A. in Painting from the Philadelphia College of Art and studied at the School of Visual Arts. A Manhattan-based artist and graphic designer, her work is featured in private and corporate collections and has been in many exhibitions including solo shows in New York e.g. James Beard House, Rockefeller Gallery, NY Studio Gallery in Chelsea, Interchurch Center, National Arts Club. A selection of group shows includes Pen and Brush Gallery, Dacia Gallery, The Chelsea Art Museum. Kaller Fine Arts in Washington, DC and Riverside Gallery in NJ. A solo show at Speakeasy Gallery.
Toni is an active member and exhibitor at the National Arts Club. Additional information, contact information and visuals can be seen on her website at www.tonisart.com.
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