Sharon Thomas/Giacinto Occhionero/Scott Grodesky, 2011

September 22-25, 2011

(e)merge art fair

Capitol Skyline Hotel, 10 I St SW, Washington, DC 20024 l

Teverina Fine Arts present the work of three artists Sharon Thomas, Giacinto Occionero and Scott Grodesky in (e)merge, an art fair featuring galleries that promote emerging art and an exhibition platform for unrepresented artists.  The inaugural (e)merge art fair will take place September 22–25, 2011, at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington, DC

(e)merge draws inspiration from the pioneering efforts of the Gramercy Hotel Fair, the Times Square Show, and Ritz Hotel Exhibition, which introduced the careers of young galleries and artists to established and new collector audiences alike.

e)merge will feature international galleries and non-profits along with artist, curator and collector panel discussions, tours, and performances.

Committee Members include:
• Matthew Higgs, Director/Chief Curator, White Columns, New York, NY
• Kristen Hileman, Curator, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
• Mera Rubell, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL and Washington, DC
• Manuel de Santaren, collector, Boston, MA and Washington, DC
• Nico Vascellari, artist, New York, NY and Vittorio Veneto, Italy
• Yvonne Force Villareal, co-founder Art Production Fund, New York, NY


The (e)merge art fair is organized by Helen Allen, founder and former director of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, Leigh Conner and Jamie Smith, co-founders of Conner Contemporary in Washington, DC.


The full list of participants is below.

Galleries and non-profit art spaces


AUSTRIA: Brot Kunsthalle, Vienna.

BELGIUM: Nomad Gallery, Brussels.

CANADA: Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain, Montréal.

FRANCE: Galerie E.G.P., Paris.

GERMANY: Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt.

ITALY: Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan; Teverina Fine Art, Cortona.

THE NETHERLANDS: Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam.

U.K.: Vane, Newcastle upon Tyne.

U.S.A: ADA Gallery, Richmond, Va.; Art Whino Gallery, National Harbor, Md.; Aureus Contemporary, Providence, R.I.; Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C.; Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, D.C.; Curator’s Office, Washington, D.C.; Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, D.C.; G Fine Art, Washington, D.C; Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, Va.; Goya Contemporary, Baltimore. Md.; Hamiltonian Artists, Washington, D.C.; Heiner Contemporary, Washington, D.C.; Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC.; Honfleur Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Irvine Contemporary, Washington, D.C.; Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, Md.; Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, N.Y.; Lu Magnus Gallery, New York, N.Y.; Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, Va.; McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, Va.; Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Md.; Mindy Solomon Gallery, St. Petersburg, Fla.; monique meloche, Chicgo, Ill.; Solas Nua, Washington, D.C.; The Studio Visit, Washington, D.C.; Transformer, Washington, D.C.; Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.; White Columns, New York, N.Y.