Located in the exclusive Upper East Side of Manhattan the Waterfall Mansion & Gallery is devoted to connect artists to the top 1% art collectors, and foster international cultural exchange and philanthropy.
Kate Shin has brought a plethora of exhibitions to the Waterfall Mansion & Gallery partnering with organizations such as: United Nations Foundation, UBS, Archegos Capital Management, Caterpillar Foundation, or the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Korea.
Neil Powell: Pro Vice-Chancellor at Norwich University of the Arts and recently appointed to the Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Beijing (MoCA Beijing).
Mr. Powell continues to explore the nexus of making and critical thinking working regularly with national bodies such as the Arts Council Collections and Hayward Gallery at Southbank in London, UK.
Neil Powell's international curatorial practice includes exhibitions at MoMA PS1 (New York), Shinjuki Cultural Centre (Tokyo), David Nolan Gallery (New York), Alan Cristea Gallery (London), East Gallery NUA (Norwich), or James Hyman Gallery (London).
Currently he's a national organizer for the British Art Show 8, which is the biggest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the United Kingdom.
Jamie Martinez: Publisher of ARTE FUSE Magazine and established New York based artist.
As publisher of the trend setter ARTE FUSE Magazine Jaimie Martinez has interwoven his publication, thread by thread, with the cultural fabric on New York City. His writers and editors walk the walk and write on the most significant gallery openings and art exhibitions of the city.
Accomplished contemporary artists and painter, Jamie Martinez has exhibited in major institutions such as The Queens Museum (New York), The Marina Tsvetaeva Museum (Moscow), or The Gabarron Foundation Gallery (New York), and appeared in Good Day New York, NTN24 TV, Decompoz Magazine, or Whitehot Magazine.
Carter E. Foster: Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawing at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
During his 10 year tenure as curator at the Whitney, Carter Foster has become one of the most respected voices in the art world. His groundbreaking research on Edward Hopper’s creative process has significantly changed the way Hopper is seen and categorized. Between his many publications stands his interest for the New York School of abstract expressionism, the trompe l’oeil of Steve Wolfe, and the abstract paintings of Mark Bradford.
David Chalmers: Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and director of the Centre for Consciousness at Australian National University, and Professor of Philosophy and co-director of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness at New York University. Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
David Chalmers is one of the foremost thinkers on the quintessentially subjective phenomenon of consciousness. What does it mean to be oneself; how does the world seem to us in our common but unique conscious experience. He has inspired millions with his talks and publications. Now he honors us with his logic and sensibility.
Gabriela Rangel: Director of Visual Arts and Chief Curator at the Americas Society.
Curator, film maker, art critic and writer, Gabriela Rangel is a consummate expert in the art of the Americas. Her intense activity at the Visual Arts Program and the Americas Society Art Gallery has produced ground breaking exhibitions of artists such as Marta Minujin, Gordon Matta Clark, Paula Trope, Carlos Cruz-Diez, and Juan Downey. Between her most important publications we find: Juan Downey: Drawings from Las Meninas and the Looking Glass, A Principality of its Own: 40 Years of Visual Arts at the Americas Society (David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Art Catalogs), and The Painted Photographs of Melvin Charney.
Misuzu Takemoto: Co-Founder and Director of Caelum Gallery in New York City. Graduated from Tokyo University Art School and studied at L'Ecole Des Beaux- Arts in Paris.
Misuzu Takemoto is no stranger to the international spectrum of the contemporary art world. For over 20 years, she has been exhibiting, dealing, and curating art between Japan and the United States, with an emphasis on post WWII Japanese art. She co-founded Caelum Gallery in Soho back in 1996, eventually moving to Chelsea in 1998 where she has exhibited talented contemporary artists from around the world, including Shin Miyazaki, Gerd Kanz, and Takayuki Yamada.
Rodney Durso: Founder & Board Presiden of ArtBridge, a New York based non-profit organization that installs gallery-style art exhibits on construction fencing and scaffolding in NYC, Upstate New York and more recently, L'Aquila, Italy. Previously Rodney was Principal and Creative Director of
New York-based Stormhouse Partners, an Award-Winning branding and design agency. He has also taught and lectured at Parsons School of Design and worked as a brand consultant. Rodney lives and works in West Chelsea where he has rented a painting studio since 2005, and makes fine art in acrylic, mixed media and collage.
In his directive role and for the last twenty years, Patrick Seymour has been using his refined aesthetic eye to develop creative programs that generate brand value and recognition for top notch clients such as the Museum of Modern Art, Gagosian Gallery, the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Jewish Museum, Miramax Films, the Museum of the City of New York, the Neue Galerie, The New York Times, Sotheby's, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Juan M. Moro: Distinguish Professor of drawing at University of Cantabria. National Prize of Engraving 2000.
Juan Moro is an international authority in the skill and techniques of engraving, that he teaches and practices. However, his intellectual activity reaches much farther. As philosopher and aesthete his ample bibliography reaches the history and development of graphic design and illustration, and even an epistemological approximation to the phenomena of aesthetic experience. His latest book is an anthropological inquire on the intrinsic cognitive and physiological underpinnings of art.
New York Art Week Show 2017