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  • I've had the privlege and the honor to curate and install dozens of exhibitions over the years.  Only recently have I thought to archive them.  Below is a sample of some recent shows that worked on from the past year.
  • First up is a late-Winter/early-Spring show at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.  The Madison Avenue location is still fairly new and introducing itself to the neighborhood.  I made selections from the gallery's signature artists with color and contrast that was set for as much drama as possible to arrest some attention before the UES vanishes for Summer.
  • Below is a selection from my final install at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.  The theme was Summer and the goal was to get a lot of color in a small space at "affordable" price points.  It is a small but powerful room.
  • Below is an exhibition that i co-curated in late-2012 with Leigh Morse of the exquisite miniature painter Fanny Brennan.  It's daunting to show 50 or so paintings in a rather small space.  I don't have many shots of the space, so I've also included pics from the openning.
  • Below are final installation shots from the STG booth at ArtMrkt San Francisco.  House style is to work this out on scaled, physical maquettes before shipping this off.  If i can find any of those pics, I'll post them later.  Low tech at its finest.  :)
  • In the Autumn of 2013, I organized Fung Ming-Chip's first exhibition in New York at M. Sutherland Fine Arts, on 80th street, in NYC's UES - a few scant blocks away from the Met which concurrently ran an exhibition of Contemporary Chinese works in ink, also containing work by Ming.
  • Below is a series of 16 framed and scroll works for the Asia Week 2014 installation of Chinese ink on paper painter Hai Tao at M. Sutherland Fine Arts.  Also, a selection from the Gallery's stable of artists in the rear gallery.