Monthly Archives: March 2018

Landscape photographer LIK Fine Art opening Michigan Avenue gallery

Australian landscape photographer Peter Lik is opening a shop on North Michigan Avenue, a Chicago street known more for retail flagships than art galleries. LIK Fine Art has leased 3,052 square feet on the ground floor of an office building … Continue reading

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Leonard Quart | Letter From New York: Encountering the arts, in their …

NEW YORK — It feels like the right moment for me to write another column about experiencing and taking pleasure in the infinite variety of artistic offerings in New York. Obviously, given the range of museum and gallery shows, films, … Continue reading

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In the shadow of Picasso and Matisse, Paul Klee offered Americans something new

Paul Klee’s “Tropical Blossom,” 1920, oil and pencil on primed paper on cardboard, 10¼ x 11¼ inches. (Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland) Paul Klee never visited the United States, but he played an important role in American art in the … Continue reading

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Paul Klee’s Imprint on American Abstract Art at The Phillips

The influence of Paul Klee on abstract artists is explored in a new exhibition at The Phillips Collection. “Ten Americans: After Paul Klee” features 10 artists influenced by Klee. The exhibition delves into the Swiss-born artist Paul Klee’s contribution on the advancement … Continue reading

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Montgomery-Lee exhibit will visually serenade art lovers

Art lovers will find some new attractions when Montgomery-Lee Fine Art opens its new exhibit featuring the works of oil painter Dean Bradshaw and multimedia artist Eric Thompson Friday night. The evening will kick off with a reception at 6 … Continue reading

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Six Artists/Six Perspectives

TIVOLI — “Six Artists/Six Perspectives” an exhibit of local Hudson Valley artists will be on display at the Tivoli Artists Gallery, 60 Broadway, Tivoli from March 30th -April 22nd with an Artist Reception on Saturday, March 31st from 6-8pm free … Continue reading

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Cao Jun’s exhibit ‘Hymns to Nature’ on display at McMullen Museum of Art

By Chris Bergeron Correspondent BRIGHTON – As if painting ancient landscapes with the colors of a solar flare, Cao Jun has fused the allusive beauty of traditional Chinese art with the expressive freedom of Western abstraction. In “Hymns to Nature,” … Continue reading

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Love, Simon: A compelling contemporary drama that proves there’s still life in the high school genre

Love, Simon opens in NZ cinemas on March 29. Love, Simon (M, 110mins) Directed by Greg Berlanti  ★★★★ Reviewed by James Croot The son of a quarterback who married the school valedictorian, 17-year-old Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) appears to have found … Continue reading

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Fifteen years on, the Iraq war is still poisoning our national life | Gary …

“You can tell a true war story by the way it never seems to end,” wrote Tim O’Brien in his novel about Vietnam, The Things They Carried. “Not then, not ever. In a true war story, if there’s a moral at all, … Continue reading

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Artist Reimagines Canada’s Mountain Ranges as Vibrant Geometric Landscapes

Vancouver-based artist Elyse Dodge reimagines local mountain ranges as otherworldly landscapes made of colorful geometric shapes. Inspired by British Columbia’s incredible beauty, Dodge reveals that her aim is to “capture the vibrant beauty of the landscapes that we call home.” … Continue reading

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