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Steven C. Chiaramonte

Guest Curator

Weber State University

HQ Phone:  (801) 626-6000

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Weber State University

3848 Harrison Blvd.

Ogden, Utah,84408

United States

Company Description

Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, offers more than 225 undergraduate and graduate degrees. It's an open-enrollment university that features small class sizes and personalized attention. The 25,000+ students at the university can earn professional, liberal...more

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

ArtRanch@Safan


Corporate Executive

Asmat village


Affiliations

Equatorial Arts Gallery

Founder


Education

Santa Clara University


Web References(24 Total References)


www.asmatart.net

Primarily Art is a cooperative effort of the Equatorial Arts Gallery and a number of artists, artisan-craft vendors, and who-knows-what, who have been selected by its founders, Steve Chiaramonte and Angela Keeney."In my experience" said Chiaramonte, "sometimes the best artists cannot be seen in traditional high-overhead galleries because they choose not to pay the requisite 40%-60% commissions on their sales.So we hope to fix that; no rent and only a 5% commission to cover direct costs.In an ideal world this will even lower costs to the buyer". Chiaramonte is a California Native who is settling in Fiddletown after a seventeen-year hiatus in Salt Lake City and elsewhere.A self-described, reformed corporate executive, he now oversees a large collection of mostly sculptural art of the Asmat people of southwest New Guinea.Chiaramonte has curated several exhibitions at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and has provided varied assistance as a Trustee and otherwise to the American Museum of Asmat Art in Saint Paul, MN, The Asmat Museum of Culture and Progress in Agats, West Papua, and The Bowers Cultural Museum in Santa Ana, CA. At present, Chiaramonte is guest curator for an exhibition showing in the Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah entitled 'Spellbound Vision - viewing Asmat art through the eyes of the western contemporary artist'.Chiaramonte is joined in his relocation to Fiddletown by Angela Keeney, an ethnographic photographer who is similarly dedicated to the success of Primarily Art. According to Chiaramonte, "Beverly and Mike already have their outdoor kitchen up and running and I expect they will really have their hands full once we get underway and plan our first of many gallery parties for the local community.We anticipate setting aside one Friday evening each month in order to showcase a particular art or artist, and invite the community to join us.Perhaps we will even be able to feature a winery and add music or films to these monthly get-togethers one day." Learn more about the Equatorial Arts Gallery and Primarily Arts at www.equatorialarts.com or call Steve or Angela at (209) 304 7828 and come see what's going on.


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by Steve Chiaramonte, Asmat Collector
by Steve Chiaramonte, Asmat Collector


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by Steve Chiaramonte, Asmat Collector
by Steve Chiaramonte, Asmat Collector


www.equatorialarts.com

Steven C. Chiaramonte was born in San Jose, California and for the most recent thirteen years has lived in the Salt Lake valley.
Early in 1992 Chiaramonte was among the first unofficial westerners to visit the Asmat area of Irian Jaya on the island of New Guinea. His visit followed closely the 1991 removal of a thirty year restriction on visitation by outsiders. Returning to the area of alluvial swamp and thick jungle in 1993, 1995 and twice in 1998, he has traveled extensively by canoe along jungle rivers and on foot where possible to visit with the people and understand their art. Having no formal training in either art or anthropology, Chiaramonte has developed a deep admiration for the indigenous people of Irian Jaya and their union with the natural world in which they live. Chiaramonte and his S.O. Angela Keeney made two trips to Asmat in 1998, and returned in the fall of 1999 and again in spring 2000.


www.equatorialarts.com

Steven Chiaramonte and Angela Keeney


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