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Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions
Getting From Here to There: Images in and About Transition - Press Release


Getting From Here to There: Images In and About Transition
Art Finance Partners Gallery
Fuller Building 41 East 57th St.
February 8 - March 30, 2012

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Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions
AFFA Curated Exhibitions 2000-2010


Anita Friedman Fine Arts, Gallery Selections -
J Meckseper, I Granet, S Francis, A Warhol

Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions Installation view
The Food Show: The Hungry Eye, The Chelsea Museum

Nov. 2006 - Feb. 2007
Installation view

Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions
The Food Show at The Chelsea Museum


The Food Show brochure essay -
The Hungry Eye; Is It Insatiable?
A von Morisse, P Monge, D Sultan

Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions
The Food Show: The Hungry Eye

Brochure images, The Food Show, The Chelsea Museum, co-curated with Gina Fiore,
November 2006 - February 2007
Pink Freud © Andre von Morisse

Robert G. Edelman        Art Consultant/Writer/Independent Curator     Curated Exbitions
By The Sea, Fotouhi Cramer Galleries


By The Sea, curated by Robert G. Edelman and
Renee Fotouhi, East Hampton and New York,
May -July 1996




 


“Wide Angle”, Spider Gallery, New York, Group Show;(Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henry Cartier Bresson, Barry S. K. Cord, Karen B.Cord, Rena Bass Forman, Kim Keever, Myriam Laplante, Margalit Mannor, Elizabeth Mayer,Adam Reich, Pierre Sernet, Silas Shabelewska, Hannah Starkey, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Carol Warner, James Welling)

Artnet review, Walter Robinson-


"Meanwhile, opening on the same night a few blocks uptown on West Broadway was the new Kieselstein-Cord Store of jewelry, luxury leather goods and fashion sunglasses -- with a permanent art gallery on the second floor. Located in the former Rizzoli bookstore building, the new Spider Gallery retains many of the store's elegant fixtures, including the department signs reading "photography" and " art books." The inaugural exhibition, titled "Wide Angle," is organized by Artnet Magazine's own Robert G. Edelman, and Gina Fiore, and includes photographs by Hannah StarkeyHiroshi Sugimoto and James Welling as well as by designer Barry S.K. Cord and his wife, Karen B. Cord (whose pictures are a relative bargain at $750 each). Also included is a photo by Pierre Sernet, who in the distant mists of time launched the business that would become Artnet.com. The exhibition is on view through January 2003."



"Wide Angle" at the Spider Gallery