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Matisse:  In Search of True Painting— An Exploration of Matisse’s Painting Process  at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York by Adrienne Garnett
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Matisse: In Search of True Painting— An Exploration of Matisse’s Painting Process at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York by Adrienne Garnett

I f you are an art-lover, artist, parent, teacher, student of aesthetics or of human perception, you must go to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City as soon as possible! Multiple viewings are indeed advisable. This exploration of Henri Matisse’s painting process is a great gift to […]

A Sense  of Place:
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A Sense of Place:

A rtists have always been drawn to the East End of Long Island, to its broad fields, its wild ocean-front, to its infinity of lovely bays, coves and inlets. They have been drawn for centuries to this storied region that juts far out into the Atlantic, where the constantly changing […]

Dreamcatchers: “Drawing Surrealism” demonstrates how artists around the globe plumbed the very depths of the human psyche. by Sara Evans
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Dreamcatchers: “Drawing Surrealism” demonstrates how artists around the globe plumbed the very depths of the human psyche. by Sara Evans

Alandmark exhibition at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York is, amazingly, among the first explorations of the graphic arts of the Surrealist movement. Co-curated by Leslie Jones at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Isabelle Dervaux at the Morgan, it is organized, interestingly, by technique. Surrealism […]

From the Cultural Revolution to  Cultural Landscape at  Cheryl McGinnis Gallery The Art and Lives of Duoling Huang and George Zhaozhi Xiong. by Tina Seligman
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From the Cultural Revolution to Cultural Landscape at Cheryl McGinnis Gallery The Art and Lives of Duoling Huang and George Zhaozhi Xiong. by Tina Seligman

From the Cultural Revolution to Cultural Landscape” explores the lives and art of Duoling Huang and George Xiong from inside the work/education camps of Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution through their re-emergence as powerful cross-cultural artists in the United States. This historically significant exhibition curated by Cheryl McGinnis for her TriBeCa […]

Renouncing the Object: “Inventing Abstraction: 1910-1925” casts a brilliant light on the most significant art movement of the 20th Century. by Sara Evans
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Renouncing the Object: “Inventing Abstraction: 1910-1925” casts a brilliant light on the most significant art movement of the 20th Century. by Sara Evans

Subtitled “How a Radical Idea Changed Modern Art,” this landmark exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art presented a cogent, deep and thoroughly intriguing examination of the art movement that shaped and informed the 20th century. Incredibly broad and international in scope, MoMA has chosen to showcase not only well-known […]

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BUBBLING COLOR AND FORM ERUPT IN DAZZLING ABSTRACTIONS AT GOLDENBELT By Adrienne Garnett

True artists are usually free spirits, it’s just that some are more apparently so than others. We get to engage with an exhilarating, though unassuming free spirit when we enter the GoldenBelt Rm. 100 Gallery in Durham this month. Suzy Andron’s organic, dimensional paintings and “Polytychs” greet us as they […]