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Christopher Flach, Solo Exhibition of Paintings @ 2015 Cesis Art Festival - Latvia

Christopher Flach's Solo Exhibition of Paintings @ the 9th Annual Cesis Art Festival Lavtia



    NEW YORK, NY, August 12, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- About the Exhibition

Sponsored by the Latvian Ministry of Culture, "Forward Man" a series of six large scale paintings was installed as a solo exhibition in the Old Flower Market Pavilion at the 9th Annual Cesis Art Festival in Latvia.

About the Cesis Art Festival
http://www.cesufestivals.lv/en/
The Cesis Art Festival features a diverse range of art forms including music, visual art exhibitions, opera and drama performances.

About Christopher Flach
http://www.chrisflach.com

Christopher was born in New York City, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, from Marietta College and a PhD in Psychology from Saybrook Institute in San Francisco, California. After co-founding Martha Angus Inc. and Angus Caravelli Inc., he relocated to New York City.

As an Artist, Christopher's work has been exhibited in galleries, and museums. In 2015 his work reached auction highs at The Design Trust Benefit Auction, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to the future of public space in New York City.

Also in 2015 he was a participant in the Luhring Augustine's Manhattan Gallery exhibition "Postcards From the Edge," the Carnegie Hill Neighbors Annual Spring Benefit auction fundraiser, the Kips Bay Decorator showcase, which raises funds to enrich and enhance the quality of life for young people in New York City, and Design on a Dime fundraiser which sustains Housing Works' lifesaving services, raising more than $7 million in support of program initiatives.

In 2014, he participated in several collaborative exhibitions including, the San Francisco Camera works "Up all Night" exhibition and the 15th Tokyo-New York Friendship Ceramic Competition.

In 2013, he participated in several group shows, including a one night, Pop-Up exhibition "Creative Mischief" at National Academy Museum of Art in New York City and a group exhibition at Cheim & Read Gallery. His artwork was published in The New York Times and sold at Christie's Auction House.

For commission requests, or to purchase works please contact The Gerald Bland Gallery:

About The Gerald Bland Gallery
http://www.geraldblandinc.com/2012/10/portrait-of-a-man-by-Christopher-flach/

Established in 1987, Gerald Bland Inc. caters to an international clientele and design elite. From a specialty in 18th Century decorative arts, the inventory has evolved to its current mix which now includes 20th Century selections as well as new, custom designs. One of a kind pieces, created by melding antique and contemporary elements together, are also on offer alongside a collection of fine art. The carefully curated collection ranges from late 17th Century to the 21st Century with a hand-chosen group of contemporary artists exhibiting in the gallery.

The Gerald Bland Gallery
The Fine Arts Building
232 East 59th Street, 6th FL.
New York, New York 10022
T. 212.987.8505 - F. 212.987.8410
http://www.geraldblandinc.com/2012/10/portrait-of-a-man-by-Christopher-flach/
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Press releases from Christopher Flach:
- Featured Artist at the Gerald Bland Gallery in New York Spaces Magazine 2014
- Christopher Flach Featured in Departures Magazine's Fall 2014 Issue
- Christopher Flach's Sculpture Works at the 15th Annual Tokyo-New York Ceramic Competition September 12th
- Christopher Flach Sculpture Works at the International Center of Art in Cesis, Latvia
- Christopher Flach Co-Hosts an Evening to Celebrate Barbara and Rene Stoeltie's Elegant and Refined Book, New York Interiors
- New York City//Christopher Flach Exhibits Large-Scale Painting Work at the National Academy Museum of Art 2013
- New York, Christopher Flach's Film, "Madeleine Castaing," Pays Homage at Anna Sui's Soho Shop

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