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From Europe with Love

"From Europe with Love" -The Westin New York at Times Square
Imperial on the 4th floor
Private View: 3pm - 8pm, 25th September 2023 

Online Exhibition: 15th June 2023 - 15th January 2024

Artists: Ana Gonçalves, Teresa Martins, Denis Beuret, Victoria Menezes Miller, Annika Döring, Claudia Abdelghafar, Elsa Figueiredo, Carla Martins, Margarida Fernandes, Maria João Vale, Fernanda Carvalho, Catarina Camara, Ricardo Reis, Ches Graffiti, Rosario Vieira, Ace Mamun, Mika MS, Philippe Thuriet, Ragnhild Veim, Natalia Schäfer, Nestor Cano

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This is an exhibition with the title "From Europe with Love", where all the artists display prints of original works made from paintings, drawings or photography photos. The prints are made of inkjet printing from photos taken with digital cameras and scanners. Both prints and photography in this exhibition were printed into polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material background, which is one of the best, most durable, and most reliable materials for art display.

Why do artists sell prints? It is easy to understand! In any museum around the world, prints are displayed as art masterpieces made by talented artists. The main reason why artists still sell their prints to art collectors it is because when they look at an old original print made by a talented artist from past centuries like Albrecht Dürer, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Goya or Picasso, they find them timeless, beautiful, and valuable asset.

The first country to start the printing process was China, at the end of the 2nd century. They invented the printing process with what they had at their disposal (three elements necessary for printing: paper, ink, and bearing). Later, the mass reproduction of images only became possible in Central Europe with the arrival of paper production in the late 14th century. Traditional printmaking techniques include woodcut, etching, engraving, and lithography. After the invention of photography, the art of printmaking started to be more creative, and artists needed to explore events more. For example, Picasso created more than 1000 prints made from woodcuts, linocuts, lithographs, etchings, dry points and engravings. Today’s printing process is more digital, with the use of different types of fine art paper, canvas, aluminum, and acrylic. Each material has a different texture, quality, and printing procedure.

We invite you to take a look at the works on display. Enjoy the creativity!

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Organization, Production, and Technical Support: United State Of International Artists

Communication: United State Of International Artists

Technical Support: Marriott, The Westin New York at Times Square, Gina Neagu

Texts: United State Of International Artists

Curator: Francisco Lacerda

Graphic Design: United State Of International Artists

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Visitors

Since this is a private viewing on 25th September 2023, from 3pm to 8pm, each visitor has 30 minutes to see the collection. You can book your time on the form. While you enjoy the collection you can get the contact of each artist you like and later contact him for more information in case you want to purchase. We do not take part of the sales process, however we can assist you. We also provide a catalogue of exhibition online and all information about each artist you can download at usia.co.uk/nyc

Please do not touch the artworks on display. Each group is limited to 3 people at time for security reasons. More more information please keep in updated on our website usia.co.uk/nyc or via instagram usia_modern Do not touch works of art. Your touch may not seem like much, but even the slightest contact can damage the surface of a work of art. Keep a safe distance between you and each work of art. This helps to avoid accidental touching or bumping. Feel free to sit on the benches or the floor as you talk, write, or draw. No food, drink, or gum is allowed in the room. 

Coats: Visitors are allowed to wear coats in the room, but the room must remain on, never carried, at all times for the safety of the art. Coats may also be left in the coat room. Running, pushing, and roughhousing are not allowed in the room. Appropriate room behavior is necessary to avoid accidentally bumping into and damaging works of art. Photography: We welcome visitors to photograph or videotape works of art. Please be aware that occasionally a “no photography” symbol on a label adjacent to a work of art or at the entrance to an exhibition indicates that photography is prohibited for that work or exhibition.

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