Archive for Ray Caesar:
October 17, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Truth, Light & Matter – Oct 3rd Annual Exhibit in Toronto Canada
Our Annual exhibition opened on October 3, 2013 and continues until November 23, 2013 with hours and appointments listed under the Contact section. It’s been an incredible year –at Gallery House we are currently unlike other existing entities in the art world. We only cater to senior and high end established artists to help grow and foster their work.
Sometimes I feel as if the concept is so new it is difficult to clearly understand what this actually means. We are different because we ensure constant prominence and exhibition is taking place internationally as Gallery House deliberately partners with commercial galleries, institutions and special projects to exhibit the artists works. We manage all the nitty gritty details from strategic planning, communication, negotiation, media/reproduction, contracts, appraisal, insurance, shipping, coordination from concept to exhibition to collection of funds and return. Together with the artists we handle their inventory distribution and ensure rotation of the works of art. As such, the artist is alleviated from the above and can focus on creating their best works.
The venture was formed after working in the fine art world for over 12 years in institutions, as a consultant, commercial galleries and art fairs. Fine arts is a passion of mine and Gallery House over the few years has garnered attention from some of the top institutions including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, US and Bristol Arts Museum, England and numerous partnered galleries in over 8 countries and growing.
Gallery House means we value our artists and our passion inspries us to bring you the best work while insuring the integrity of the artists rights are intact.
Thank you for believing and supporting us.
Above, Brian Richer newest work Marble and Fluorescent Tube limited edition of 10.
A viewer inspecting the much coveted Gottfried Helnwein–Murmur of Innocent 31.
Some attendees having an early evening viewing.
The grand opening night in full swing.
Ray Caesars’ newest works –he’s produced the most amount of one of a kinds in the last several years for this particular exhibit.
A viewer enjoying Joe Fentons’ work and Duggan’s Brewery beer.
Above, Anita Kunz large head of installation–to be acquired in a grouping of 1, 3, 5…
Talented David Cain shot a short clip on the beginnings and inspiration of Gallery House–viewers listen and watch the projector provided by Fresh Air Cinema. To view the full video by David Cain click here.
Ray Caesar Interviewed by M-U-S-E-U-M.org
Ray Caesar of Gallery House featured in the online magazine m-u-s-e-u-m.org Discover what Ray’s first job was at the age of 8, what he treasures, and his bad habits are by clicking here.
Ray Caesar – Language of the Human Mind & Why Broccoli is Important
Ray Caesar, Tea with Me & He 40 x 30″
Ray Caesar of Gallery House has a new and full interview at 144D blog site –find out what inspires Ray, his philosophy on life and why broccoli is important! Click here.
July 13, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Ray Caesar at artMRKT with Vered Gallery
Ray Caesar of Gallery House is participating with Vered Gallery at the art fair –artMRKT. It’s day 3 and it’s been a busy several days with lots of visitors, sales and praise to the gallery selection of works. Thank you to all of the hard work especially to Ruth, Janet & Damien!
July 11-14 Art Market with Vered Gallery featuring Ray Caesar
Ray Caesar Fallen 40 x 30″ Digital Ultrachrome on Archival Paper
Ray Caesar of Gallery House is particpating at the Art Market Fair, Hamptons New York for the first time with Vered Gallery. This fair will be in association with the Parrish Art Museum and housed in a single large scale structure on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Caesar’s is known as the grandfather of digital art and his works are produced through modeling his figures in a 3D animation software– “sculpting” the surfaces with a skin of collected imagery. Illuminated by self-reflection, his forms are realized through exhibition, sharing psychic intimacies. “I try to create an image that is in my view ‘pretty’ but pain and deformity creep into that world beyond my control. I try to make my own pain and struggle and confusion in life as something pleasant and endurable.”
Ray Caesar w/Vered Gallery Auction alongside Marc Chagall, Milton Avery…
Ray Caesar much coveted work French Kiss last edition AP 2 of 2 signed is being auctioned off with Vered Gallery till July 7th at 5:00 pm EST sharp! Other such works being auctioned include Marc Chagall, Gilbert & George, John Chamberlain, Milton Avery and other notables. Click here to locate the auction of this work.
April 27, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Gallery House Spring Opening Video
Opening of Spring exhibition – Featuring: Ray Caesar, Joe Fenton, Catherine Howe, Anita Kunz, Brian Richer
April 27, 2013
By Belinda Chun
Gallery House Spring Exhibit – Catherine Howe & New Works From Gallery House Artists
Pamela on the left and the artist Catherine Howe
Discussing the technique of carbornundum unique prints with Vani Aulicino & Catherine Howe
Admiring Catherine Howe Night Painting (Floater)
Close up of Catherine Howe’s Proserpina
Admiring one of Catherine Howe’s Proserpina
Ray Caesar’s Metatron
Brian Richer’s Marble & Florescent Tube
Joe Fenton’s large print of Solitude
Spring Exhibition Dinner, from left Alex Bashinskaya, Pamela, Belinda Chun, Brian Richer, Catherine Howe, Anita Kunz
Ray Caesar at Circa Gallery
Opening Night at CIRCA – Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City LA.
Our favourite cake master–Dante of “Fire and Ice” www.fireandicing.com
Last edition of Ray Caesar’s Fly Trap.
Rare works of Ray Caesar — Monday’s Child and Side Saddle.
Mother & Child by Ray Caesar in the background amongst a crowded group between the corridors.
Opening Night and dressed to impress.
Ray Caesar featured in Arrested Motion
Last weekend, CHG Circa presented a survey of the work of Ray Caesar (interviewed) – past and present. Featuring a mix of older limited editions as well as all new works, the Toronto-based digital artist reacquainted his fans in Los Angeles with his disturbing and surreal portraiture. One of the rare artists we feature who has made the unconventional medium a success, Caesar has proven his unusual and unique vision shines through no matter how he choses to express it.
Click here to see the full story.
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