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Fahren Feingold

Fahren Feingold Exhibit – No End To Love

The Untitled Space presents FAHREN FEINGOLD “NO END TO LOVE” An Artsy Online Exhibit Exclusive

EXHIBITION ON VIEW April 14 – April 30th

*While the exhibition is live all artworks are an additional 19% off list price. Contact The Untitled Space for more info.*

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The Untitled Space is pleased to present “NO END TO LOVE” a limited time Artsy online exclusive exhibit of works on paper by artist Fahren Feingold, launching on April 14th, and on view through April 30, 2020. While the exhibition is live all artworks are an additional 19% off list price. New works will be added daily!

Watercolor artist Fahren Feingold imparts an ethereal quality to her unique works depicting the female form. Her watercolors featuring bold feminine nudes reference imagery from early 20th century French erotica, vintage American magazines from the 70s and 80s, and today’s Internet girls. The Los Angeles native moved to New York at the age of seventeen to study at the Parsons School of Design. After earning her BFA between Parsons and Glasgow School of Art, she worked as a fashion designer for top brands including Ralph Lauren, Nicole Miller, and J.Crew, among others. In 2016, her dreamy watercolors caught the eye of the legendary Nick Knight, who commissioned her to illustrate Paris Fashion Week for SHOW Studio. Since then, her work has been featured in numerous international exhibitions including “Moving Kate,” curated by Nick Knight for the SHOW Studio in London and The Mass in Tokyo; “The Vulgar” at The Barbican in London, curated by Judith Clark and Adam Phillips; “Red Hot Wicked” at Studio C Gallery in Los Angeles; as well as The Untitled Space group shows “UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN” and “SECRET GARDEN” curated by Indira Cesarine and “LIFEFORCE” curated by Kelsey and Remy Bennett.

Celebrated as “a trailblazing artist on a meteoric rise” by Vogue, her watercolors have steadily gained recognition from collectors and critics alike for their sensitive, dreamlike colors, graceful brush strokes, and rendition of the female nude. Through her erotic depictions, Feingold gives new voices to women of the past and present while exploring larger notions of women in contemporary society. She had a solo show curated by Indira Cesarine at The Untitled Space in September of 2017, as well as a solo show presented by the gallery in collaboration with brand Fleur du Mal in 2018 titled “The Peep Show”. Her work was featured at SPRING/BREAK Art Show in both the “EDEN” (2019) and “(Hotel) XX” (2018) exhibitions presented by The Untitled Space, and was recently featured at Sotheby’s New York for the annual “Take Home A Nude” benefit exhibit and auction in October 2019.

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS NOW ON VIEW ONLINE

INDIRA CESARINE “THE LABYRINTH”

Indira Cesarine created an immersive installation featuring photography, sculpture, video art, and mixed media works. The gallery was transformed into a maze through which viewers could experience her contemporary female gaze on Surrealism, a theme the artist has been exploring through a variety of mediums over the past several decades. “THE LABYRINTH” is a surreal odyssey that reveals through its passages a kaleidoscopic universe of subconscious realities bound by the contrasts of hyperrealism and ethereal symbolism. “THE LABYRINTH” explores the juxtaposition of contrasting opposites, dimension, distortion, and the power of light to engage and reflect on our own stream of consciousness while provoking the tangibility of perceived realities. The result is a journey through our fantasies and expectations, rendered through the lens of dreams and desires. “THE LABYRINTH” exhibition and installation feature Cesarine’s most recent body of work, as well as select works from her “Goddess”, “Les Fleurs du Mal”, “Pandora’s Box” and “ONLY YOU” series. Experience the works online in our viewing room!

JESSICA LICHTENSTEIN “DO THEY MAKE A SOUND?”

For SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2020, Lichtenstein’s immersive installation ponders the question, “If a tree falls in the forest, do they make a sound?” The exhibition presented a forest scene, with trees falling and leaves, in the form of female figures, scattering. The viewer became fully engaged in her conceptual landscape which featured snippets of news carved into the trees like love notes. The floor became a reflection of the scene with paper leaves in the shape of girls echoing statements as well as the voices, the “sounds” of these women. To create her environment the artist built the landscape with layers upon layers of images, a bombardment of colors and characters. The viewer was able to explore and discover unique details throughout the scene that played with notions of perception, including hidden moments and words that with closer view reveal themselves.

NICHOLE WASHINGTON “REBELLIOUS BLACK GIRL”

Nichole Washington is a visual artist known for her mixed media artworks exploring feminine strength, spirituality and identity. In 2016 she graduated from School of Visual Arts where she earned a master’s degree in digital photography. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and institutions across the United States including the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. In 2017 she was one of ten recipients of the Enfoco Photography Fellowship. Washington’s work is featured in the inaugural issue of “MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora” and has been featured in several benefit auctions including The Heliotrope Foundation, Groundswell and Art4Equality. Her work has been exhibited in a number of group shows at The Untitled Space including BODY BEAUTIFUL, IRL: Investigating Reality, ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, and SHE INSPIRES.

In her latest exhibition, Nichole Washington pushes the boundaries of her identity by creating portraits that are bold, non-conforming and liberated. She uses manipulated photographs and bold paint strokes to figuratively and literally break out of “the box” of normative behavior. Through this process she creates super-heroine characters that exist in an imagined space meant for healing and transformation.

OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS

Submission Deadline April 26, 2020

Applications are now open for our first Online Solo Show Open Call!

The Untitled Space invites artists to apply for an Online Solo Exhibition presented by the gallery which will run from May 14 – August 14th. The exhibition will include an online viewing room of the exhibition on our website, online exclusive of the exhibition on Artsy, as well as special coverage of the exhibition on a variety of media outlets including The Untitled Magazine among others. The exhibition will additionally include a hardcover printed exhibit catalogue which will be cross-published online, as well as coverage in our social media channels.

The Untitled Space is looking for an artist with an exceptional body of work for this unique opportunity. Artists who submit may also be considered for future opportunities with The Untitled Space such as international art fairs, group shows, and future solo shows at the gallery.

The exhibit opportunity is open to submissions until April 26, 2020

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ABOUT THE UNTITLED SPACE

The Untitled Space is an art gallery located in Tribeca, New York in a landmark building on Lispenard Street. Founded in 2015 by Indira Cesarine, the gallery features an ongoing curation of exhibits of emerging and established contemporary artists exploring conceptual framework and boundary-pushing ideology through mediums of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video and performance art. The gallery is committed to exploring new ideas vis-à-vis traditional and new mediums and highlights a program of women in art as well as special events aligned with our creative vision.

“HOOKED ON A FEELING” by Fahren Feingold

“Dysmorphic Dystopia”

“STAY GOLD”

Cotton Incorporated Takes Over The Montauk Beach House

Cotton Incorporated takes over the Montauk Beach House with Immersive Weekend of Style, Shopping and Fashion Three-Day Pop-Up Fashion Event brought influencer inspired Cotton Style House Collection to life limited-time online shop available through August 31

Cotton Incorporated, the not-for-profit research and promotions company representing U.S. cotton, recently welcomed visitors to The Montauk Beach House in Montauk, New York, during Cotton Style House, a weekend pop-up fashion and lifestyle experience. Over the span of three days, guests enjoyed a dynamic lineup of events ranging from fashion experiences, on-site shopping, wellness and entertainment-themed activities, workshops and panel discussions designed to showcase cotton’s versatility and ability to bridge lifestyles. The event brought theCotton Style House Collection to life, expanding Amazon’s vast apparel offerings available on Amazon through August 31. “Cotton Style House displayed the innovative spirit of cotton through a vibrant and lively lifestyle event and evolution of the shopping experience,” said Marissa Barlin, director of strategic alliances for Cotton Incorporated. “Guests participated in panel discussions and wellness activities showcasing the fashion-forward applications of this versatile fabric. Then seamlessly placed orders for those cotton looks delivered directly to their homes.”

HIGHLIGHTS FROM COTTON STYLE HOUSE:

Curated by celebrity stylist, Irma Martínez, founder of the styling and creative concept firm Trendy, Inc., each individual piece, priced between $11.99 – $396.89, of the Cotton Style House Collection has been inspired by some of the most sought-after fashion, travel, and lifestyle influencers, who were in attendance throughout the weekend.

Influencer Partners & Notables In Attendance,  Becky Hillyard, Pam Hetlinger, Jill Wallace, Steven Onoja, Marissa Fuchs, Gregory Dava, Patrick Van Negri, and Melody Acevedo participated in a variety of activities, while wearing looks from the Cotton Style House Collection lifestyle categories they each represent. These styles featured “The On-The-Go Getter” casual looks, “The Jetsetter” resort-wear, “The Show Stopper” dressier styles and “The Wellness Warrior,” highlighting sporty athleisure pieces. Cotton Style House Pop-Up Shop The weekend’s main attraction was the Cotton Style House pop-up shop, that offered guests a chance to browse the collection and purchase a range of apparel items from their smartphones or from provided Amazon fire tablets. Priced from $11.99 – $396.89, featured brands in the shop ranged from Adidas, AG Adriano Goldschmied, American Apparel, ASTR the label, A/X Armani Exchange, BCBG Max Azria, For Love & Lemons, J. Crew, MinkPink, Perry Ellis,  Puma x Selena Gomez, to Show Me Your Mumu, just to name a few.

Cotton Style House Activities The activity filled weekend began with a beach bonfire influencer chat on Navy Beach, followed by an early Saturday morning guided meditation and essential oil bar. Guests partook in a kickboxing class; acai bowl building activity; cotton tie-dye activity. Also, there was a denim panel, with a discussion about cotton’s sustainability that encompassed Cotton Incorporated’s Blue Jeans Go GreenTM denim recycling program and fashion trends. In the afternoon, guests enjoyed a poolside Splash Bash, followed by a panel focused on styling tips from industry experts about making looks go from day to night, which featured Martinez as one of the speakers. On Sunday, Cotton Style House came to a close with an outdoor morning yoga session on the lawn of the hotel, followed by brunch, and a cotton make-up bag customization activity before culminating the weekend with a styling session focused on creating the hottest cotton summer looks.

Cotton Incorporated’s “Cotton Style House Collection” Delivers Influencer Inspired Fashion

Cotton Incorporated, the not-for-profit research and promotion company representing U.S. cotton, proudly announces the launch of its new limited-time online shop, Cotton Style House Collection, available on Amazon. Now through August 31, Amazon shoppers can purchase a variety of on-trend cotton apparel for every occasion – and from an assortment of brands. Inspired by the Hamptons’ beach-washed summer, the collectionis evocative of eight fashion, fitness, and lifestyle influencers from across the U.S and curated by internationally-recognized celebrity stylist, Irma Martínez. The Cotton Style House Collection is now available at Amazon.com/ShopCotton.

“Last Fall, Cotton Incorporated collaborated with Amazon to create an Amazon Fashion Show broadcast via Amazon Live,” says Marissa Barlin, director of strategic alliances for Cotton Incorporated. “This season, the Cotton Style House Collection lets you easily purchase the summer’s hottest looks with just a couple clicks. Whether you’re on the go, working out, hitting the town at night, or jetting off on your next vacation, it’s cotton’s breathability and versatility that can take you through your day.”

 
Cotton Style House Collection Celebrity Stylist
 
Each individual piece of the Cotton Style House Collection, which has been inspired by some of the most sought-after fashion, travel, and lifestyle influencers, exhibits the versatility and comfort of cotton. The collection was curated by celebrity stylist Irma Martínez, founder of the styling and creative concept firm Trendy, Inc., is recognized for her work with celebrities such as Maluma, Sofia Vergara, Serena Williams, and Pitbull, among many others.
 
“For the Cotton Style House Collection, I’ve drawn inspiration from influencers with amazing style that are really making an impact in the fashion world,” expressed Martinez. “The best thing about the collection is that – much like the fabric that is its center-piece – every apparel category is versatile, offering shoppers an opportunity to see themselves in the unique pieces from a diverse set of versatile brands and designers.”
 
Cotton Style House Collection Influencer Partners & Apparel Categories
 
The Cotton Style House Collection showcases cotton’s ability to bridge lifestyles and includes a variety of everyday pieces that can be worn in multiple ways ranging from “The On-The-Go Getter” casual looks, “The Jetsetter” resort-wear, “The Show Stopper” dressier styles and “The Wellness Warrior,” highlighting sporty athleisure pieces. Brands featured in the collection include, Adidas, AG Adriano Goldschmied, American Apparel, ASTR the label, A|X Armani Exchange, BCBGMAXAZRIA, For Love & Lemons, J.Crew, MINKPINK, Perry Ellis, PUMA x Selena Gomez, Show Me Your Mumu.

 

Each Cotton Style House Collection influencer partner worked alongside Cotton Incorporated and Martínez curating unique looks that are representative of their lifestyle and personalities. The influencer partners and the collection’s apparel categories they represent are:

ON-THE-GO-GETTER

Becky Hillyard – @cellajaneblog
Pam Hetlinger – @pamhetlinger

SHOW STOPPER

Jill Wallace – @littleblackboots
Steven Onoja – @stevenonoja

JETSETTER

Marissa Fuchs – @fashionambitionis
Patrick Van Negri – @patrickvannegri

WELLNESS WARRIOR

Gregory Dava – @gregorydava
Melody Acevedo – @melodyslife

About Cotton Incorporated

Cotton Incorporated, funded by U.S. cotton producers and importers of cotton and cotton textile products, conducts worldwide research and promotion activities to increase the demand for and profitability of cotton. For more information about Cotton Incorporated, visit CottonInc.com.

American Apparel Holiday 2018

The American Apparel Fall 2018 Collection features  a curated selection of brand new arrivals and returning iconic favorites, the collection includes an array of denim, tees, leggings, skirts, hoodies, and outerwear in a wide range of colors and prints, available exclusively at AmericanApparel.com.

 

Khairan Majid, American Apparel’s head of merchandising, says the collection “offers an inclusive and refreshing take on fashion basics with longevity. We wanted to break down barriers with gender-neutral silhouettes and a wider size range. The warm, neutral color palette and beautiful luxe fabrics elevate this range, while still keeping the price point accessible.”

The season’s offerings include the anticipated return of the Riding Pant. This highly-coveted style is a high-waist silhouette with the perfect amount of stretch, now with an updated waistband and improved fit. Available in Black, Navy, Silver Birch, and Lieutenant, the Riding Pant retails at $68.00 with sizing from XS to XXL.

 

Another returning favorite for fall is the bestselling Tennis Skirt, an American Apparel icon and back-to-school essential. This pleated skirt is rendered in lightweight Gabardine polyester, with a wide range of colorways including classic plaid, retailing at $48.00.

The season welcomes the arrival of American Apparel’s first-ever outerwear collection, beginning with a lightweight, year-round Trench Coat – the brand’s interpretation of the classic English silhouette. The Trench Coat is available in Black, Vintage Khaki, navy, Lieutenant, Black/Navy, and Lieutenant/Mauve, with sizes ranging from XS to XXL, retailing at $98.00. Also on the outerwear docket: a Bomber Jacket, with reversible construction for a modern update, retailing at $118.00 in Black/Navy and Lieutenant/Mauve. Rounding out the outerwear highlights are the slick Duckie Puffer and Duckie Raincoat, available in Black, Freesia, Mauve, and Palace Blue from XXS to XXL (priced from $88.00 to $98.00). Polar Fleece also makes an appearance, offering superior comfort and next-level softness, with a Pant and a Quarter Zip pullover, available in Black and Palace Blue with contrasting trim, from XS to XXL, retailing at $46.00 and $48.00.

 

American Apparel’s Fall 2018 collection also launches a new corduroy collection: 100% Cotton styles that are soft to the touch, incredibly comfortable, and vintage-inspired. Corduroy styles include a Zip Skirt, a Skirt Overall, a Letterman Jacket, and a versatile Shacket, available in Lieutenant, Hot Sauce, Dark Honey, and Navy. Corduroy pieces retail from $58.00 to $88.00, with sizes ranging from XS to XL.

 

Texture plays a key role this season, as American Apparel expands its Thick Rib collection. Thick Rib is a medium-weight cotton-poly blend designed to alter and shape the body, as evidenced by the new Soccer Jersey, Bodysuit, Crewneck Dress, Midi Tube Dress, Crop Turtleneck, Braille, and Flare Pant. Thick Rib colorways are Black, Star White, Lavender, Freesia, and Maroon; sizing runs from XS to XL and styles are retailed from $28.00 to $44.00.

 

Denim plays a key role this fall, with a Denim Pocket Skirt ($58.00) in XS to XL; a Button Flare Jean in Vintage Blue ($68.00) in sizes 24 to 32; a Crop Pencil Jean ($68.00) in sizes 24 to 32; and a new men’s fit: the Straight Jean, made with 14-ounce denim for an authentic vintage feel. The Straight Jean is available in a Dark Wash and Medium Wash, retailing at $68.00 from size 30 to 34.

And in classic American Apparel tradition, fall includes a wide variety of premium basics, from iconic tees, tanks, and pullovers to hoodies, bodysuits, shorts, and much more. Mix-and-match foundational pieces for everyday wear and easy layering – for workouts, weekends, and everything in between. Adds Majid: “We believe in individuality and self- expression, and I think this collection embodies both.”

 

One Warm Coat

With the holidays around the corner, there’s no better time than now to teach your children the importance of giving back! There are many ways to help your community and One Warm Coat, national non-profit organization dedicated to providing a free, warm coat to any person in need, makes it extremely easy and fun! Imagine not having a coat to keep you warm as the temperatures begin to drop. Now you and your children can help!

Whether you go through your closets together and pick out coats they don’t wear anymore to donate, or host your own drive, you can truly have a fun bonding experience while also helping out the community and those in need!  You can decorate the donation box with stickers provided by One Warm Coat too! They’ll love it – it will be fun!

One Warm Coat has the goal of collecting 1 million coats this season. Now you and your children can have an activity to do together while also teaching the importance of giving back.

How It Works:  One Warm Coat provides the tools and resources needed to hold a successful coat drive in 6 easy steps! The organization’s website helps organizers (individuals, schools, community groups, church groups and businesses) plan, promote and implement a coat drive. Once a drive is registered, One Warm Coat will send Ambassadors all of the materials they need to host a coat drive, including a banner, box labels, stickers and more. Once coats are collected, they will be distributed within their community to any person in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation through the organization’s network of non-profit partners. To donate a coat on One Warm Coat Day, visit your local Brooks Brothers, Cabela’s or J. Crew store, or any of our other active coat drives. To find a participating location near you, search the One Warm Coat drive locator.

Coat drives are easy to host and an ideal activity for:

  • Parents, teachers and students looking to make a positive impact on their community through a service project
  • People seeking to add a philanthropic component to an upcoming family gathering or party
  • Community members finding ways to give back during the winter months
  • Professionals who would like to engage their colleagues in a good cause
  • People who may be moving or looking for ways to recycle
  • Corporations and Brands who want to make a difference in the communities where their employees and customers work and live.

About One Warm Coat:

The organization began in 1992 with its first coat drive on a Thanksgiving weekend in San Francisco. Since its inception, One Warm Coat has grown as a national organization collecting more than 5 million coats and supporting 3,500 coat drives each year. In dedicating the last 25 years to providing a warm coat to anyone in need, free of charge, One Warm Coat’s efforts have been recognized with a number of awards, accolades and rankings including Top-Rated Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits and Gold Star Nonprofit by Guidestar.  The organization has collaborated with top companies such as J.Crew, Coca-Cola, Delta and Brooks Brothers among many others to give warmth to those in need. To learn more about One Warm Coat, visit http://www.onewarmcoat.org/