The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY will be hosting new works by Iranian artist, Seifollah Soosani. The opening party for this exhibition is on December 6th, 2018 and will include a performance by artist Sara Shelton Jones.
The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY has designed their curatorial program to illustrate the idea of what it means to be a feminist in America today. They look at how society shapes the roles that women play and reflects on how these roles change from generation to generation.
The QF Gallery is a project focused on the art of collaboration, with a vision of “art in the public space” and its curatorial program will be ever-changing.
Opening night: The opening party of the QF Gallery at Henrietta Hudson’s was a launch for QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY, an arts organization with a focus on collaboration. They wanted to create QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY as “a project focused on the art of collaboration, with a vision of ‘art in the public space,’ ” and so their curatorial program will be ever-changing.
The opening party had live music from performer Tom Kamm and DJing by DJ Sorge, who spun tracks from the likes of Freddie Hubbard, Wes Montgomery, Nina Simone and Miles Davis. Guests enjoyed signature cocktails from Henrietta Hudson’s bartender Christian Davis while they mingled among colorful walls covered in large-scale paintings by artist Tony Bennett.
The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY has been established in response to the shift of the art market towards Asia. The gallery is a first of its kind initiative that will focus on Japanese and Asian contemporary art while examining the global implications of this shift.
The gallery’s inaugural exhibition, “Shifting Landscapes,” features contemporary Japanese and Asian artists who have explored diverse ideas about locality, identity and subjectivity in recent years.
The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY is opening its doors in Soho, New York. The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY (or QUAG) was founded by Dustin Foretich and Francesca Foretich, both of whom are art collectors and professionals in the art industry. They want to create a space for artists with fresh ideas that are not yet well known in the mainstream market.
This is the gallery’s first show, curated by Francesca Foretich. It showcases five female-identifying artists from different generations and backgrounds, who address various topics such as aesthetics, women empowerment, and serious social issues.
The opening party of the QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY at Henrietta Hudson’s on Friday, March 23rd was a great success. The event was curated by the gallery’s founder and director, Greg Quattlebaum.
The opening of QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY at Henrietta Hudson’s on Friday, March 23rd was a great success. Held in a loft-like windowless warehouse space, guests had the opportunity to interact with some of the most noted up-and-coming artists in New York City. The evening was curated by Greg Quattlebaum, founder and director of QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY.
The QUATTLEBAUM FORETICH GALLERY opening party was not just an event it was a full-on experience. The gallery is up and running and hosting the most innovative exhibitions, panels, and parties in New York City.