Cement foundation poured below the frost line, Check.
Uncrating and bolting of foundation base to cement foundation, Check.
Careful and meticulous erection of stainless steel mirrors, Check.
Happy Client, Check.
Interview series for Fountain Art Fair
Interviews by Jason Patrick Voegele
Directing, camera, editing and original music by UTA LEVAN
Post production & VFX by Cristian Tonhaiser sound by Alex Choonoo & Jessie R. Tendler
Developed by Jason Patrick Voegele & Keith Schweitzer
Beth Tully http://vimeo.com/59858632
Rachel Esterday http://vimeo.com/52882409
David Kesting http://vimeo.com/53812152
Johnny Leo http://vimeo.com/52882410
“Good Morning!” is an installation that was presented September 28th, 2013 in tandem with the Fourth Arts Block NYC street festival, at East 4th between Bowery and 2nd Avenue. Jason Voegele and Republic Worldwide were hired to manage and install the project along side artist Amanda Browder.
For the last 10 years I have been fortunate to be able to work with some of the finest galleries, creative institutions, framers, private collections and corporate collections of modern and contemporary art in America. From acquisitions to custom installation I work personally with my clients to ensure that every project is a success.
A selection of clientele:
A.J. Boccino at 145 Kent Ave, Brooklyn
Installation and promotion by Republic Worldwide
In October 2009, Brooklyn Arts Council, in partnership with JMH Development, put out an open call for proposals for art installations by Brooklyn artists to be installed at the newly converted luxury rental building 184 Kent Ave. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. From the 200 entries the JMH team selected two artists to each install original artworks for 6-month periods. Lisa Kellner’s 3-dimensional silk sculpture “At Summer’s Full” was installed in April 2010. It can be seen not only by residents in the building but also by passersby on the outdoor public walkway to the waterfront. A.J. Bocchino’s “New York Times Headlines (January 1, 1969-March 18, 1975)” was installation was organized and executed by Jason Patrick Voegele of Republic Worldwide in the fall of 2010.
On the map since 1662, historic Bushwick has always been a fundamental part of the New York experience. This June 1 – 3, Jason Patrick Voegele from Republic Worldwide joins with Arts In Bushwick as they present the 6th annual Bushwick Open Studios. With over 500 artists studios and performances throughout the weekend including free screen printing byBushwick Print Lab, an exhibition of murals by today’s hottest Bushwick street artists (curated by GILF!), bands, parties and much much more, this years B.O.S. promises to deliver the goods. Join us all on Friday night, June 1, for the official Bushwick Open Studios 2012 Launch Party hosted by NXT LVL at 44 Wilson Avenue (off the Morgan stop on the L). For more information and a map of exhibitors, studios and events visit www.artsinbushwick.org or write to email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
The exhibit, Photographs by Joey O’Loughlin with exhibition design and installation by Jason Patrick Voegele of Republic Worldwide, profiles families, couples and individuals. Twelve framed photographs accompany their descriptions. A 42-inch television displays a slideshow of additional photographs, as participant voice-overs tell their stories in their own words. Open to the public free of charge through 2012.
Ideas City Street Festival
Republic Worldwide is excited to be working in collaboration with Fourth Arts Block and The Drawing Center who have commissioned artist Terry Smith to create Capital Revisited, a series of wall and window drawings of an architectural capital, referencing Capital, a large-scale drawing Smith created at the British Museum in 1995. Presented as part of IDEAS CITY 2013, the New Museum’s biennial festival created to explore the concept of an untapped capital, Capital Revisited will be found in sections around the Bowery neighborhood on unexpected indoor and outdoor surfaces. In this context, Smithâ€™s project will be a poignant and mischievous investigation of the use and visibility of architecture in public space.
Extra Place, cement sidewalk blocks: alley off East 1st Street (b/t Bowery and 2nd Ave)
First Street Green, 33 East 1st Street (at East Houston and 2nd Ave)
Ideal Glass, gallery facade: 22 East 2nd Street (b/t Bowery and 2nd Ave)
La MaMa Backwall Arcade, 17 East 3rd Street (b/t Bowery and 2nd Ave)
La MaMa Basement space, indoor basement studio space: 66-68 East 4th Street (b/t Bowery and 2nd Ave)
Lâ Apicio, restaurant windows: 13 East First Street (b/t Bowery and 2nd Ave)
On Friday, April 8, 2011 students from YWCA-NYC After School Programs in Brooklyn unveiled an anti-violence artwork exhibit at the New York Aquarium. The exhibit featured murals created at P.S. 209, P.S. 90, P.S. 327 and P.S. 188 and presentations by some of the student artists in front of an audience of roughly 200 people. Consultation and exhibition arrangement/Installation services provided by Jason Patrick Voegele of Republic Worldwide.