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Art Fair: Scope New York 2006 (over)

10 March 2006 until 13 March 2006
  Scope New York 2006
 
 Scope Art Fair NY

Scope Art Fair NY
636 Eleventh Avenue
New York City, NY
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Challenging passive viewing, Scope advances 2006 with itís 30,000 square foot booth fair. In addition to presenting 80 galleries with one person and thematic group shows, there will be auto-curations, convertable exhibitions and pirate-radio.

MoMA, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem and New Museum of Contemporary Art join Scope curators for the Curators Choice Reception, Friday, 6-9pm, March 10, 2006. Curatorial projects include:

Winner Take All, a brawl of works chosen by independent curators and organized by David Hunt and Franklin Sirmans.

The Perpetual Art Machine, an interactive multimedia spectacle hosting over 100 progressive video, new media and internet artists. Presented by Lee Wells/IFAC and The New Museumís Rhizome.org. [PAM] created by, Chris Borkowski, Aaron Miller, and MTAA, Marisa Olson, Raphaele Shirley and Lee Wells. http://www.perpetualartmachine.com

free103point9 Transmission Artists expand the wireless spectrum. Broadcasting daily.

Scope New York 2006 will be open daily from 11 pm to 8 pm. Admission is $10.
Come enjoy our grassy knowll, just blocks from The Armory Show, shuttle service daily, great food.

Founded in 2002, Scopeís continued mission is to turn viewers into users by engaging contemporary art directly. This international contemporary art fair brings together up-and-coming dealers, curators, and artists. Scopeís fresh information gives a view of the contemporary art world that is not available anywhere else.

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