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Tag Archives: Jazz
Broad Brimmed Art-Bob Thompson Revived Dec. 19, 2011 Painter Bob Thompson (1937–1966) straddled several artistic worlds. From Old-Master Europe, to hipster 1950s Provincetown, to the Beat poetry and bebop jazz scene of New York City, he was there, absorbing all … Continue reading
Oct 12, 2011 • Lisette Model showing in Chelsea There are few galleries in New York City that approach their mission as thoughtfully as Bruce Silverstein Gallery. Silverstein’s exhibitions are curated with consistent care and intellectual rigor. The current show, … Continue reading