Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pop Art and Portraits

If you tried, you’d be hard-pressed to come up with a pair of artists whose work is so different from one another’s as that of Heathyr Chenoweth and Maegan Kauffman. Despite that assertion, or perhaps because of it, the two … Continue reading

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Paige Powell on Andy Warhol, Fashion and America’s Art Scene

Paige Powell on Andy Warhol, Fashion and America’s Art Scene Mark O’Flaherty, Wednesday, 9th January 2013 The Front Paige    Whether a star of Warhol’s Manhattan or a trendsetter in hyper-hipster Portland, Paige Powell is always making headlines, says Mark … Continue reading

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Different strokes

Both exhibitions at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath had their high points Neeru Khullar’s exhibition of works at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath can best be described as unusually usual. Titled “Canvas”, this is Neeru’s first exhibition at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath. She … Continue reading

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A rare artist, an extraordinary journey

Celebrated artist S.H. Raza tells Atul Mittal about his childhood days and how he took to canvas There is not an art-lover who does not identify the much-talked about ‘bindu’ with S.H. Raza. And ever since he came back from … Continue reading

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Impressions of Charles Tomlinson Griffes on Discoveries

On Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection, Jan. 12th at 5 pm… Impressionism is an imprecise, even controversial term, the first “impressionist” Debussy having none of it. Each of its elements—open form, reliance on tone color over melody, unpredictable harmonies with modal … Continue reading

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Rental Wonderland

Smorgasbord Through Feb. 1 at Gallery CA; opening reception Jan. 18 In Don DeLillo’s novel Underworld, the artist Klara Sax is painting decommissioned Cold War jets in the middle of the desert. Much of DeLillo’s work is defined by the … Continue reading

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Pop Art Faces Pompeii, Manet, Bowie in Blockbuster Shows

Edouard Manet once took umbrage at a sarcastic remark someone made about one of his paintings. He ran the offender through the shoulder with a sword. “Manet: Portraying Life” (Jan 26 to April 14, sponsored by BNY Mellon (BK)) at … Continue reading

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All is Mortal: An Exhibition of Unseen Works by Roy Anderson at Pallant House …

Although the only parties to pick up on his prolificacy were a Manchester Guardian critic and a publication in America, self-taught artist Roy Anderson hit peak productivity during the 1960s, having served as a soldier and become a committed Socialist … Continue reading

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Space and light, right on the dot for new gallery exhibits

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Winter Arts Roundup

Winter Arts Roundup In Provincetown there are always arts to enjoy. By Chris Daniels January 8th, 2013 Just because it’s January, your weekends don’t have to be a bore! Here in Provincetown, there are always arts to enjoy, even in … Continue reading

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