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Tag Archives: Painting
September 26, 2014 in Hyperallergic The main hall of the Francesco Clemente: Inspired by India show at the Rubin Museum (all photos courtesy the Rubin Museum) One of things I have always loved about the Rubin Museum is their fearlessness … Continue reading
posted in Hyperallergic ,August 4, 2014 Amy Sillman, “Me & Ugly Mountain” (2003), oil on canvas, 60 x 72 inches, collection of Jerome & Ellen Stern (photo by John Berens) ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, New York — Walking into the Hessel Art Museum … Continue reading
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