CRAIN’S NY SEPTEMBER 2016
The Garment District Explores it’s Wild Side with New Art Installation
In a pedestrian plaza in the garment district, a woman stopped to snap a photo on her iPhone of a vividly patterned steel bull towering over the pedestrian plaza. The sculpture is the creation of Taiwanese artist Hung Yi. A former restaurateur, Hung became a full-time artist at age 30. READ MORE
TIME OUT NY SEPTEMBER 2016
Fanciful “Fancy Animals” Takes over the Garment District
Gotham’s ongoing parade of public art projects has recently been joined by a procession of another sort: a piece called A Fancy Animal Carnival. A series of 11 outdoor sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yin, these whimsical beasties are taking up residence on Broadway Pedestrian Plaza, running from 41st to 37th Street in the heart of the Garment District. READ MORE
DNA INFO NY SEPTEMBER 2016
Colorful Pandas, Cats, Giraffe fill Garment District Garment Plazas
GARMENT DISTRICT — Pandas, and camels, and cats, oh my!A series of huge, colorful sculptures resembling fantastical versions of pandas, eagles, bulls, and other creatures appeared along Broadway over the weekend, dotting pedestrian plazas in the Garment District from 36th Street to 41st Street.The sculptures, which were unveiled on Tuesday, are the work of Hung Yi, a Taiwanese restaurateur, and will stand along Broadway through April 2017. READ MORE
METRO SEPTEMEBER 2016
11 Large Scale-Scale Animal Sculptures Installed in Midtown Manhattan
A series of sculptures that promise to “captivate” New Yorkers until next spring debuted in the Garment District Tuesday. Called “Fancy Animal Carnival,” the 11-large scale animals sculptures, represent “a narrative, expressed through traditional Taiwanese symbols and motifs believed to bring luck. The painted patterns reflect on folk culture and religion, as well as the artist’s personal experiences and observations of people’s everyday lives,” according to a release. READ MORE
ABC7 NEWS OCTOBER 2015
Seeing New York from the Sky
CHELSEA (WABC) — Perhaps no city in the world is photographed more often by more people than our city, but a gallery in Chelsea has found a fresh way to look at New York, from “Up in the Air, Dawn to Dusk” featuring the work of French photographer Antoine Rose.It takes a lot of guts to capture the glory of our city from his unique perspective.His dedication has paid off and the results can be seen this month at Chelsea’s Emmanuel Fremin Gallery where even the most jaded New Yorkers will be surprised by what the Frenchman has found. READ MORE
NY1 SEPTEMBER 2015
Aerial Photography by Antoine Rose
The perfect antidote for the traffic this week is to enjoy New York City from above, and you can vicariously at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery on West 27th Street. Its new exhibit “Up In The Air: Dawn to Dusk” showcases Antoine Rose’s distinct aerial photography shot high above the cityscape pretty much attached to the outside of a helicopter. The show will run until October 31, 2015.
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST SEPTEMBER 2015
See New York by Night from Above
On any given night, you might find Belgian photographer Antoine Rose hanging out of a helicopter hovering hundreds of feet over New York City. While his method may be madness, the resulting images are mesmerizing. Pictured here is his Times Square Study 2, in which the electric energy of the city’s most visited tourist attraction is clearly visible. The show is exclusively at The Emmanuel Fremin Gallery located in Chelsea NY and will run until October 31, 2015.
TIME OUT NY SEPTEMBER 2015
See breathtaking nighttime aerial photos of NYC
Being a New Yorker can be stressful. When we’re not hustling for every dollar earned (and spent), we’re scrambling to find affordable apartments or attempting to navigate the semi-functional NYC subway. But sometimes it only takes stunning aerial views of the city and its busy intersections to remind us how beautiful the concrete jungle really is. For his new exhibition “Up in the Air,” Belgian photographer Antoine Rose shot New York City by night from a helicopter at 4,000 feet, capturing stunning views—see our favorites below!
MARIE CLAIRE SEPTEMBER 2015
MARIE CLAIRE features our artist Pinar Du Pre and the gallery as a “must see” event.
Pinar Du Pre’s works were shown at the fall edition of The AAF in NYC and was received with much fanfare. Originally from Turkey and currently resides in Istanbul, she has been featured in numerous publications as well as in many prominent private collections around the world. Emmanuel Fremin Gallery will be showcasing her works in the upcoming Scope Art Fair in Miami, during Art Basel Miami art week.
INTERVIEW MAGAZINE MARCH 2015
Julian Lennon’s most recent exhibition of photography, “Horizon,” opened last week at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in Chelsea. Through his new series of images, Lennon seeks to merge photography with philanthropy. The work on view was created during the Liverpool-born artist’s travels through Kenya and Ethopia with The White Feather Foundation, Millennium Villages Project, and Charity: Water. After the opening reception at Emmanuel Fremin, Lennon and his friends celebrated the exhibition at No. 8.
ABC 7 NEWS MARCH 2015
CHELSEA (WABC) — Julian Lennon has one of the most recognizable last names in music, but now, he is making a name for himself in the world of photography. Julian Lennon was on the top of the charts 30 years ago and was nominated for a Grammy as best new artist. But in recent years, he has switched his focus. At the intersection of photography and philanthropy stands a man with one of the most famous names in rock, a guy who once sold millions of records himself. Julian Lennon says he will never stop making music, but making pictures has become his passion. “I really have fallen in love with photography,” he said. “And I also like to do as much as I can to help people.” He found a way to combine both when he traveled to Africa for a group called Charity Water. “To raise awareness and raise money for clean water wells in Ethiopia,” he said. WATCH HERE
ROLLING STONE MARCH 2015
See Breathtaking Photos From Julian Lennon’s African Odyssey ‘Horizon’
Last February, Julian Lennon began a thousand-foot climb in the mountains of Ethiopia. His companions sped ahead, but the 51-year-old artist took his time, catching smaller details when he paused to catch his breath. “I just sat down, looked around and really absorbed it,” Lennon tells Rolling Stone. “Otherwise we would have gotten up to the top of the mountain, I’d have a nice view, take a few snaps and go back down.”
BBC MUNDO FEBRUARY 2015
BBC MUNDO covers “Dark Cities” by Artist Young Sam Kim
El artista surcoreano Young Sam Kim creó una serie de paisajes a partir de fotografías de personas, objetos y siluetas de centros urbanos de todo el mundo. “Creo un nuevo mundo, aparte de la pura realidad, seleccionando fondos, imágenes, elementos de las decenas de miles de fotos que tomé por el mundo, cortándolas, poniéndolas juntas a modo de collage, ordenándolas con colores y composiciones diversas. Estoy pintando usando fotografías”, explica Kim.
ARTNET NOVEMBER 2014
Moby’s Photographs Envision the Worlds First Post-Apocalyptic Cult
Best known as America’s formidable electronic musician who shaped dance music in the early 90’s, performed at Limelight in its heyday, and ventured into Pop with Gwen Stefani in Y2K’s “South Side,” Moby has added art-making to his talents, via his camera. artnet News sat down with the artist-musician to talk about his current show,”Innocents”, at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in Chelsea
THE NEW YORK TIMES NOVEMBER 2014
Moby Presents ‘Innocents,’ a Series of Photographs
Moby, 49, studied photography in college but didn’t start exhibiting pictures in galleries until 2010. The large color prints in this show revolve around a particular narrative concept: The idea that although few are aware of it, we already are living in a post-apocalyptic time. The most intriguing images feature people wearing plastic, Halloween-type animal masks and wrapped neck to floor in white fabric.
WHITEWALL MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2014
MOBY: MASKS, THE APOCALYPSE, AND THE CULT OF INNOCENTS
American musician Moby has a new photography exhibition on view in New York that portrays a conceptual, post-apocalyptic world. On view at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, “innocents” explores the oddities in our society set against the rural backdrop of the artist’s Los Angeles home. This latest body of work is a shift in Moby’s style from documentation-based to conceptually-based photography. This series of photos include stylized depictions of a group of masked figures known as the “cult of innocents.” Whitewall caught up with Moby to unmask the face of his post-apocalyptic world, and find out more about what inspired this project. READ MORE
PASTE MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2014
innocents: Moby Talks Photography, the Apocalypse and a Twin Peaks Revival
It’s a rainy New York afternoon—the kind where only a Hazmat suit can keep you dry. My photographer, Dave, and I weave between umbrellas, commenting on the abundance of galleries in Chelsea. New ones seem to spring every day, like some strange and wonderful virus afflicting the neighborhood. We arrive at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, wiping droplets from our eyes. Impersonally modern galleries often plague the neighborhood, but this place is all warm lights and wood floors. We introduce ourselves to the gallery owner, the exuberant Emmanuel, and see a familiar bald head pop around the corner. READ MORE
WIRED MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2014
Rose began the Up in the Air series while working as a photographer for the Kiteboarding World Cup. During one Eurocopter flight over Rio de Janeiro, he noticed how graphically interesting the Ipanema and Copacabana beaches looked. “It was so different than standing on the beach,” he says. He snapped a photograph. Since then he’s captured the Hamptons and Coney Island in New York, and Miami.
FOX NEWS SEPTEMBER 2014
This photographer hangs off of helicopters to capture surreal beach landscapes
A trip to the beach is all about digging your toes into the warm sand, playing in the water and of course enjoying that signature ocean view. But have you ever wondered what the seagulls see while you’re playing around on land? Antoine Rose, a photographer from Belgium, has captured beach life from above in a stunning series of photos he calls “Up in the Air.”
HUFFINGTON POST SEPTEMBER 2014
These Stunning Overhead Beach Photos Are Enough Last You To Next Summer
Beaches are pretty, everyone knows that. But, it turns out, beaches are really pretty from above.Enter Antoine Rose. His photo series “Up In The Air” was shot while dangling out of a doorless helicopter that skims as low as 300 feet above the ground, taking “adventure travel” to the extreme.The series includes breathtaking shots of beaches in Miami and the Hamptons — the photos show humans teeming on the sand like insects craving that bluer-than-blue water. We’re already nostalgic for summer.
OITZARISME MAGAZINE JUNE 2014
MOBY – INNOCENTS
“Innocents” series is based on Moby’s own theory that the Apocalypse has already happened. Tragic events influenced him. After September 11 – which coincidentally is also Moby’s birthday -, it was a global belief that “nothing will ever be the same again”, even if apparently most people’s lives didn’t radically change. Moby is interested in the potential shift in human perception. “
MY MODERN MET MAY 2014
Take a moment, if you will, and enjoy these fantastical photos of France through the eyes of photographer Maia Flore. She first caught our attention back in December 2010, with her series Sleep Elevation, where beautiful young women were seemingly floating away while they were sound asleep.The French photographer is now debuting a brand new series called ImagineFrance, at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in New York from May 8 to May 24.
BEAUTIFUL DECAY FEBRUARY 2014
Photographer Antoine Rose captures Miami’s beaches and its coastline in the series Up in the Air Miami. Shot from a bird’s eye view, umbrellas, beach goers, and yachts are miniaturized and abstracted, and look like tiny toys used in a diorama. The candy-colored images offer an unusual glimpse into a day on the water, as we see only a general depiction of the beach yet its captured on a large scale. We aren’t offered many details, but still, there is a lot of energy in these photographs. Rose communicates leisure, and minuscule figures evoke the famous French post-impressionist “bathers” series by Cezanne.
MUSEE MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2013
DREW TAL: WORLD APART INTERVIEW
I was very visual from an early age but I did not know where it was going to take me. It wasn’t until I got to New York City, in my early twenties, when I discovered photography and later on digital art that I found myself. I always knew that it was going to be something artistic and I first pursued architecture, but it was not as fulfilling as what I have since discovered later on in life.
CNN TURK OCTOBER 2013
DREW TAL FEATURED IN CNN TURK
13. İstanbul Bienali paralel etkinlikler programı kapsamında da yer alan, küratörlüğünü Henk Slager’ın üstlendiği “Şen Bilge” sergisi 20 Ekim tarihine kadar, Drew Tal’un “Doğu’ya Yöneliş” sergisi ise 31 Ekim tarihine kadar ücretsiz olarak Rezan Has Müzesi’nde görülebilir.
HIGH FRUCTOSE MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2013
Drew Tal’s “Worlds Apart” at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery
Inspired by the cultural melting pot he witnessed growing up in Israel in the 1960s, Drew Tal seeks to explore the beauty in diverse cultural customs and rituals. Now based in New York, the artist creates poignant photo illustrations based on his travels in the Middle East.
BLACK BOOK MAGAZINE 2012
Celebrate Fashion Photographer Antoine Verglas’s ‘Glamour’
The Paris-born and New York-based photographer Antoine Verglas created a new style of fashion photography in the 1990s. Taking a documentary-style approach to capturing supermodels like Stephanie Seymour, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, and Cindy Crawford, Verglas changed the way glamour in portrayed in fashion photography. Beginning tonight, Emmanuel Fremin Gallery will exhibit a collection of photos spanning his twenty-year career in their CHELSEA gallery space.