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Exuberant joy in the face of anguish; through September 10 ...
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For Dumas, the question of extinction also points to violence against African-Americans ...
Tuesday, July 11th, 2017
 
Florine Stettheimer, Self-Portrait with Palette (Painter and Faun), ca. 1915, oil on canvas. Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York
“Painting as Poetry” on view through September 25 ...
 

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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French Artists in Rome: Ingres to Degas, 1803-1873


Dahesh Museum of Art 580 Madison Avenue at 57th Street, New York (at 57th Street) 212.759.0606 daheshmuseum.org September 3-November 2, 2003 “Academic”: In the contemporary art world, it’s a term so often associated with inflexibility, reaction, and soulless polish that few New York painters would care to wear the label. Since 1995, however, the Dahesh…

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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The Awesome Presence of an Implicate Order


Susan Derges and William Henry Fox Talbot First Photographs: William Henry Fox Talbot and the Birth of Photography; International Center of Photography, New York, December 13, 2002 to February 16, 2003 Under The Moon: Susan Derges; Paul Kasmin, New York, January 1 to February 8, 2003 Two exhibitions in New York this winter by artists…

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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John Dubrow


Salander-O’Reilly Galleries 20 East 79 Street, New York www.salander.com April 29 – May 31, 2003 Against the backdrop of war, gallery hopping seems a indolent sport. Does the world need another painting? With scalding images everywhere-in newspapers, on television and the internet-Van Gogh’s comment that “there is more to life than making pictures” comes back…

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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Alec Chanda


The Platform, Great Western Studios, London W9, February 8 to 22, 2003 Alec Chanda studied at Camberwell School of Art from 1979 to 1983. He won second prize in the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in 1992. Twenty years after he left art school, his first one-artist exhibition took place in a…

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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Inaki Lazkoz


Art Link New York City, April 14-30, 2003 Around the gallery walls at Art Link in New York’s garment district stand vivid and yet seemingly disconnected images of animals, buildings, keys, and chairs painted against flat neutral tones. The background serves here and there as a placeless terra firma, or as ether or ambient space….

Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

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Pat Lipsky


Elizabeth Harris Gallery 529 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011 March 13 to April 12, 2003 Tues.-Sat. 11- 6PM L.I.C.K. at LTD Fine Art 46-44 11th Street Long Island City, NY 11101 March 21 to April 17, 2003 Wed.-Sun. 12-6PM Pat Lipsky’s two current New York exhibitions remind us that the art of painting…

Saturday, March 1st, 2003

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Rudy Burckhardt


Rudy Burckhardt: New York Photographs Curated by Vincent Katz Tibor de Nagy Gallery May 1 – June 6, 2003 Rudy Burckhardt’s Maine: An Exhibition of Photographs, Paintings, and Films Curated by Vincent Katz New York Studio School Gallery May 8 – June 21, 2003 Rudy Burckhardt’s career dates from 1935 to 1999. Working in the…

Saturday, March 1st, 2003

Heide Trepanier, Fatalist, 2005. Acrylic enamel on board, 42 x 42 inches. Courtesy Stux Gallery.

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Heide Trepanier at Stux Gallery

Saturday, March 1st, 2003

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Thomas Nozkowski Drawings


January 23 to March 1, 2003 New York Studio School 8 West 8 Street, New York NY 10011 The key drawings in Thomas Nozkowski’s exhibition were hung just inside the entrance to the gallery. S68, dated 1984, is a semi-abstract pictogram made from short brushstrokes. The image is centered on a large empty field of…

Saturday, March 1st, 2003

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Abstraction in Photography


Von Lintel Gallery 555 W 25th Street, New York February 6 – March 22 2003 I would venture to guess that your average person regards photography as the instant capture of reality simply because real places and things are often photographed, and because the resulting image is documentary in nature. But the document is not…