Christophe Van De Weghe Buys an AERYK Painting
Exclusive news that Christophe Van De Weghe, a respected New York art dealer and owner of Van De Weghe Fine Art added a new piece to his private collection and recently became a new collector of AERYK’s artwork.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Exclusive news that Christophe Van De Weghe, a respected New York art dealer and owner of Van De Weghe Fine Art added a new piece to his private collection and recently became a new collector of AERYK’s artwork.
The painting is titled “Change” and is an oil on canvas painting of the word inevitable. It is 13 x 19 inches and on show now at Karl Hutter Fine Art in Beverly Hills, CA.AERYK’s exhibition includes his latest series of word blast paintings and “Change” is included in his series called “Story” which is on view through June 26, 2015.
"We were at breakfast at SantAmbroeus and he showed me which one he bought. It was a big moment for me. It’s apart of history and it’s just the beginning. “ – AERYK
AERYK is a conceptual artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. He is the son of a West Indies preacher his mother and his father a Saponi Indian painter; he brings a unique, unbounded, spiritual rawness to using text as an art form. He had his first exhibition at a charity event inside the Orlando Museum of Art and released his annual Catalogue Raisonne the following year. Today his art is in private collections of international art advisors, museum board members, directors and curators, gallery directors, global wealth management advisors, art fair show directors, and art magazine editors. For more information please go to: aerykwilliams.com
Christophe Van de Weghe, is a premier contemporary art dealer born in Belgian and based in New York. His gallery specializes in secondary-market work by post-war European and American artists, focusing on figures including Warhol, Basquiat and Calder. Well-respected in the art world, the former professional tennis player is a regular exhibitor at international art fairs. He has a strong reputation for historically focused exhibitions that have a sound impact both critically and on the secondary market. For more information please go to: http://www.vdwny.com/