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The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood "Faces, Time and Places" Exhibit (NYC)
The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood "FACES, TIME AND PLACES" Art Exhibit takes place on Monday, April 9th 2012 at 498 Broome Street, NYC. Media contact WORKHOUSE CEO Adam Nelson via email@example.com
RONNIE WOOD "FACES, TIME AND PLACES"
498 BROOME STREET AT WEST BROADWAY | NEW YORK CITY
OPENING MONDAY, 9 APRIL 2012
CLOSING SATURDAY, 30 JUNE 2012
GALLERY MONDAY- SUNDAY
10AM - 6PM
Interested media who wish to schedule an interview with Ronnie Wood please forward your requests to contact Workhouse, CEO Adam Nelson via telephone +1 646. 205. 3540 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Ronnie Wood’s renowned musical career has sometimes overshadowed the fact that he is a trained, highly talented and successful artist and a skilled draughtsman. World-renowned art historian Brian Sewell has called him ‘an accomplished and respectable artist,’ an opinion also echoed in Marvin Bragg’s prestigious Southbank show in 2004, which dedicated a one-hour special to celebrating Wood as an artist. Edward Lucie-Smith, the internationally acclaimed art historian has remarked, “Who says you have to be good at only one thing? Ronnie is in the top flight as a musician, but he’s also a fully trained artist and it shows. Wood’s trained eye has led to a series of well-observed sketches of some of the world’s greatest icons that are illustrative of close, personal relationships.”
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Born and raised in New York City, Brandon Coburn trained as a professional architect. In New York Brandon worked alongside James Wines at SITE, before going on to partner with 01 Gallery in Los Angeles. Whilst there Brandon was involved in exhibitions of many major artists, such as Chaz Bojorquez, RETNA and Robert Williams. From there he went on to develop Brandon Coburn Projects, which manages several private collections, artists and galleries such as Symbolic Collection’s private gallery in London Mayfair. For questions or inquiries please dial +1 917. 651.1316 or via email email@example.com. For more information visit www.coburnprojects.com.
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