FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
Contact: Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
973-278-5400, ext. 1-5122
BERKELEY COLLEGE PRESENTS THE TALENTED AND
FASCINATING ARTISTS OF THE WORLD FINE ART GROUP
Berkeley College is exhibiting the work of four unique artists at the Brooklyn location gallery, 255 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, NY. This exhibit will continue through October 30. The gallery is open each week Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
“We have featured artists from the World Fine Art Group before, and I hope we will continue to do so,” said Robert Keiber, Curator, Midtown Manhattan and Brooklyn galleries, Berkeley College. “They are talented and fascinating, and their work is always received well by collectors and the visiting public.”
Featured artists are:
Duygnu Kivanc – Her abstract artwork has been shown in New York at the United Nations, in Soho and in Chelsea; in Alexandria, Fairfax and McLean, VA; and in Washington, DC, as well as internationally. She says her participation in the Art Students League of New York strongly influenced her art style.
Victor M. Trejo – Mr. Trejo says he didn’t discover his pictorial vocation until the age of 27, but his aesthetic sensibility remained deeply marked at 18. A strong spiritual crisis combined with readings of Shakespeare, Goethe, Whitman and Victor Hugo brought him to the existence of a new world of vast and transcendent significations.
Ten – Raised in the Netherlands, Ten (Jan ten Broeke) arrived in the United States as a young man. He became an active member of the vibrant evolutionary art scene of Greenwich Village in New York City in the 1950s and 1960s where he earned the admiration and friendship of many of the scene’s most influential artists. Today he continues to garner enthusiastic praise for his unique biomorphic and geomorphic imaginings.
Cedric Van Eenoo –Mr. Van Eenoo is a multidisciplinary artist, painter, musician, writer and university professor. He says his ink paintings are “an interpretation of the principles of quantum physics in a poetic aesthetic.”
For more information about the artists and the exhibit, contact Mr. Keiber at rjk@BerkeleyCollege.edu or 212-252-2065.