Friday, March 18, 2016

Independent Art Fair NYC 2016 + FOOD: What 200 Calories Looks Like


ART
The Independent
Art Fair NYC 
2016

The Independent Art Fair 2016 was made up of over 40 international galleries and non-profit art institutions. A list of the participating galleries is at the end of this article.

The Independent Art Fair 2016 was held on 4 levels
at Spring Studios / 50 Varick Street, lower downtown NYC.

Aurel Iselstoger
Mixed media and pencil on paper
1950s
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Aurel Iselstoger
Mixed media and pencil on paper
1950s
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Aurel Iselstoger
Mixed media and pencil on paper
1950s
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Aurel Iselstoger
Mixed media and pencil on paper
1950s
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Crowd at the Independent Fair 2016

Obsession (anonymous)
Collage Photography (1870s)
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Obsession (anonymous)
Dark Room Manipulated Photography (1870s)
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

Michail Paule
Mixed Media on Paper
1930-37
Delmes & Zander Gallery
(Berlin & Cologne)

The refreshment bar at the Independent Art Fair 2016

Julien Nguyen
"Camp David"
2016
Neue Alte Brücke Gallery
(Frankfurt)

Julien Nguyen
"Say Goodbye to Safe"
2016
Neue Alte Brücke Gallery
(Frankfurt)

Julien Nguyen
"Homework"
2016
Neue Alte Brücke Gallery
(Frankfurt)

Hardy Hill
"The Lotus Eater"
2015
Neue Alte Brücke Gallery
(Frankfurt)

Street Level
Exterior window of the Independent Art Fair 2016


Participating galleries and institutions listed below.
Click on a gallery or intitute name to go to their website.

Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York — The Approach, London — Artists Space, New York — The Box, Los Angeles — Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York/Rome — Bureau, New York — CANADA, New York — Chapter NY, New York — C L E A R I N G, New York/Brussels — Paula Cooper Gallery, New York — Elizabeth Dee, New York — Delmes & Zander, Cologne/Berlin — Thomas Erben, New York — Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia — Garth Greenan Gallery, New York — gb agency, Paris — Jay Gorney / Derek Eller, New York — Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles — Herald St, London — JTT, New York — Karma, New York — Anton Kern, New York — David Kordansky, Los Angeles — David Lewis, New York — Maccarone, New York — Martos Gallery, New York/Los Angeles — Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo — Mitchell-Innes & Nash , New York — Stuart Shave / Modern Art, London — The Modern Institute, Glasgow — Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne/Berlin — Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt — Office Baroque, Brussels — Maureen Paley, London — Parra & Romero, Madrid/Ibiza — Peres Projects, Berlin — Project Native Informant, London — Silberkuppe, Berlin — Société, Berlin — Kerry Schuss, New York — Tilton Gallery, New York — VENUS, New York/Los Angeles — VI, VII, Oslo — White Columns, New York

FOOD
200 Calorie Foods 

So many people are watching calories these days, what can a person eat? 

It’s hard to know the calorie count of the foods we eat. Often we just look at foods in terms of health and sustenance, but what if you had a mental picture of what 200 calories looked like for specific foods? Would it makes you choose your meals and snacks differently? What if you saw that an entire plate of celery has the same amount of calories as a small dab of peanut butter?

The average American needs to consume about 2,000-2,500 calories per day in order to maintain weight, much, much less if they’re looking to shed some pounds. 

Here is what 200 calories looks like for a selection of foods.

17.5oz of Coca Cola

13.58oz of Apples

11.75oz of Whole Milk

2 Tablespoons Peanut Butter

1425 grams of Celery

7.97oz Ketchup

7.20oz of Sliced Smoked Turkey

5.29oz of Eggs

5.11oz of Cooked Pasta

3.53oz of Fiber One Cereal 

3.17oz of Flax Bread

1.8oz of Cheddar Cheese

1.45oz of a Snickers Bar

1 Full Avocado

2.65oz of Fast Food Cheeseburger

2.58oz Fast Food French Fried 

2.54oz portion of Blueberry Muffin

1.9oz of Puffed Rice Cereal

1.31oz Potato Chips
19.5oz Honeydew Melon

(source: http://bodyos.me)

Here is what 100 calories of cheese, candy, chicken nuggets,
potato chips, sliced bread, oil, strawberries and broccoli looks like.

(Source: NutritionFacts.org)

Eating Healthy on a Budget / video:


(Source: NutritionFacts.org)
Until later,
Jack

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