Art Miami

Art Miami

Tuesday, December 3, 2013Sunday, December 8, 2013

KM Fine Arts Chicago
John Hancock Center

Chicago, IL USA

KM Fine Arts is pleased to announce an exciting exhibition during the Art Miami Fair in the Wynwood Arts District, featuring an extensive contemporary art installation to include new works by Los Angeles based artists Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Cole Sternberg and Alexander Yulish along with significant paintings, drawings, and sculptures by American and European artists of early modernism, postwar, and contemporary art including Norman Bluhm, Fernando Botero, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Carole Feuerman, Eric Fischl, Michael Goldberg, Robert Indiana, Wolf Kahn, Julie Mehretu, Joan Miro, and Andy Warhol. Three works will also be presented by LA artist Lori Hyland, selected panel speaker for Art W & IWA Collecting Women Artists symposium to be held on Dec 5th in the Maserati VIP Art Miami lounge.

Dana Louise Kirkpatrick is known for her bold, large-scale paintings and drawings which reference themes such as popular culture, religion, war, race, poverty, love and sex. Kirkpatrick’s sure, confident line work oscillates between being hard and dark or shaky and scrawling, dependent on the attitude of each piece. Dana Louise Kirkpatrick (b. 1976 Cambridge, MA) was raised in Washington DC. She studied Fine Arts at Georgetown University, graduating with honors in 2001 and receiving the DaVinci Medal for Excellence in Studio Art and the Misty Dailey Award for Outstanding Work in Studio Art. Kirkpatrick’s work is in a large number of private collections, including Lyndley and Samuel Schwab, Timothy Hutton, Flea, Anthony Kiedis, Tim Armstrong, Dana White, Gina Bellman, James D. Stern, Stephen Nemeth, Gabrielle Fialkoff, and Tony Hawk.

Cole Sternberg employs watercolor, heavy oils and spray paint, blending mediums to produce visually striking works. Paint often obscures text in his compositions, which at first glance may appear disordered, but are in fact laid out to convey detailed narratives. Born in Richmond, VA and raised in Saratoga, CA, Sternberg graduated from Villanova University with a B.A. in Business Administration and the Liberal Arts Honors Program and earned his JD at the Washington College of Law at American University. Sternberg has exhibited both nationally and internationally, including a solo show at The American University Museum in Washington, DC. His works are part of many major collections throughout the world.

Alexander Yulish
Through his exploration of the human psyche, Yulish began experimenting with a range of expression that he was able to access using lines and color. His influences can be found in the work of de Kooning, Bacon, Chagall, Gorky and the balance of Calder, strongly associating with abstract expressionism. Alexander Yulish was born in New York City in 1975. The son of famed fine artist and sculptor Barbara Pearlman, Alexander’s parents consistently encouraged their son to see the world in a uniquely personal way, fostering a fierce individuality and a sense of expression that is conveyed in his art. His works are in the collection of the Annenberg’s and Eugenio Lopez’s Collecion Jumex, who are among the many top collectors who have become supporters of Yulish’s work.

To preview available works please email director@kmfinearts.com or call the gallery at (310) 854-0540.

About KM Fine Arts Located in the iconic John Hancock Center in Chicago, KM Fine Arts’ museum quality setting continues to offer critically acclaimed exhibitions since 2006. In January 2013, KM Fine Arts celebrated the inaugural opening of our Los Angeles showroom, expanding our contemporary art program. KM Fine Arts is honored to be included in the TOP 500 GALLERIES in the world list by Modern Painters/Blouin Media for 2013.

The Gallery specializes in the finest American and European artists of early modernism, postwar and contemporary art. Areas of expertise include postwar movements, including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field painting and contemporary art. KM has recently launched an exciting new contemporary arts program that focuses on emerging-level artists, fostering personal growth and nurturing a continuous stream of creative development through studio visits, innovative projects and presentation of the work in our galleries.

The gallery program also includes works by Georg Baselitz, Norman Bluhm, Fernando Botero, James Brooks, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Michael Goldberg, Hans Hofmann, Robert Indiana, Wolf Kahn, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol along with contemporary artists Carole Feuerman, Kim Gottlieb- Walker, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, John Rusnak, Cole Sternberg, Federico Uribe, and Alexander Yulish.

KM Fine Arts offers to collectors, corporations and museums a full range of services with the acquisition or sale of Modern, Contemporary, and Latin American art. Among our well established services are private and corporate art consulting, design and art planning installation, corporate art loan program, acquisition financing, and commission works. KM Fine Arts welcomes all inquiries from collectors who wish to sell or consign works of art.