12th Annual Award Luncheon Award for Excellence in the Arts, 2016
Vara Art Proudly Invites You: 12th Annual Award Luncheon Award for Excellence in the Arts, 2016
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Honoring Frank Stella, Keynote Speaker: Thomas Crow, PH.D.
Location: New York Atheletic Club, 180 Central Park South, New York City
11AM - 2PM
For more information or tickets please contact AAA: (212) 889- 5404
Fall 2014 SALON ART TOURS
Tracy Stern, TEA & Co. and Renée Vara, Vara Art announce the launch of their new venture – Salon Art Tours – private, curated outings led by Renée Vara, a curator and art advisor with over twenty years of experience in the art world, and Tracy Stern, a master tea blender, life stylist and founder of SALONTEA, that will feature the best of art and entertainment. See our Press Release here.
For tour dates and times, and to enroll, click here.
Release of Appraising Art: The Definitive Guide to Appraising the Fine and Decorative Arts, published by the Appraisers Association of America. Click here to place an order.
This comprehensive guide will be an excellent resource for those in the arts, legal and financial communities, as well as for private and corporate collectors. Featuring over 50 connoisseurship, appraisal and collecting topics. Renée Vara is pleased to be an author amongst world-renowned experts.
Book release and panel discussion for INPUT #5: Blockhouse (Winter 2013), guest curated by Avelino Sala @ ICI. Details here.
Panel Participants: Renée Vara (Moderator), Editor, INPUT Journal; Curator; NYU Professor/ David Maroto, Spanish artist based in the Netherlands/ Imma Prieto, Professor, ERAM (University of Girona); Art Critic and Curator/ Avelino Sala, Artist; Editor, Sublime magazine; Curator, Commission Curatorial Collective
INPUT #5 featured artists: AES+F, Marc Bijl, Fernando Bryce, Paco Cao, Josechu Dávila, Wim Delvoye, Democracia, Mounir Fatmi, Carlos Garaicoa, Daniel García Andújar, Chus García Fraile, Kendell Geers, Goldiechiari, Regina Jose Galindo, MK Kaehne, Rogelio López Cuenca, Teresa Margolles, David Maroto, Mateo Matè, Pepe Medina, Jorge Mendéz Blake, Eugenio Merino, Santiago Morilla, Antonio Muntadas, Dan Perjovschi, PJSM, Anri Sala, Avelino Sala, Santiago Sierra and Pelayo Varela. INPUT #5 featured art critics: Fernando Castro Flórez, José Luis Corazón Ardura, Blanca de la Torre and Imma Prieto.
Featuring a special performance by Genesis P-Orridge, legendary performance artist + writer who has greatly contributed to 80's Art History. Click here for images and view full video of performance here.
The Contemporaries was founded on the campus of Harvard Business School in 2003 with the mission of exposing young professionals to the latest in contemporary art, culture and design.