2011 Charlatan Ink Art Prize


The Charlatan Ink Art Project

was established in 2009 within the walls of the iconic Carlton Arms Hotel, New York, by two visual artists, Dariusz Solarski from Poland and Austrian born Andre van der Kerkhoff. From the moment of its conception, the Charlatan Ink Art Project has grown from a whimsical idea into an ever expanding universe of ideas, which will touch over time all aspects of the visual arts in whatever form or shape.

Within those expanding ideas the Charlatan Ink Art Project contains the essential nucleus of its creation, the establishment of the CHARLATAN INK ART PRIZE for the VISUAL ARTS. Which is part of the CHARLATAN INK COLLECTIVE.

The CHARLATAN INK ART PRIZE for the VISUAL ARTS will be the gateway for the Charlatan Ink Art Project to connect worldwide with artists, galleries and art organizations, facilitating cross pollination and creation of fertile soils to establish new and exciting means to present art to a wider public.

Once the Charlatan Ink Art Project has established itself within the New York art establishment and with time on a global stage, Charlatan Ink LLC New York will pledge itself to metamorphose into an art-entity, that will not only search for new inventive art and art practitioners, but will commit itself to nurture new talents through its facilities of publishing and art management. Charlatan Ink LLC New York will create an innovative new model in artist representation, allowing artists to be free of commercial conformity and limiting art market policies.

remember to click on the fly. to contact Charlatan Ink LLC

Charlatan Ink LLC
1133 Broadway, Suite 708
New York, NY 10010
212-330-8214

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