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Ebertfest: ‘Variete’ brought German filmmakers to Hollywood | News … – Champaign/Urbana News

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Inside the Mind of George Condo

THE PHILLIPS COLLECTION George Condo is grotesque. In “The Way I Think,” an exhibit of drawings and sketches by the American contemporary visual artist are showing now at the Phillips Collection, vicious smiles leer from jumbled canvases as reds and … Continue reading

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Dore Ashton (1928–2017)

Dore Ashton, 2015. Photo: Polly Bradford-Corris. DORE ASHTON CAME OF AGE IN A GALVANIZING PLACE AND TIME—New York in the 1950s—when Abstract Expressionism was giving the art of the United States international significance and when partisan arguments over the proper … Continue reading

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Foundation of Local Arts fundraiser is Sunday

FOLA, otherwise known as the Foundation of Local Arts, is hosting its annual fundraiser at Lido Restaurant in Manhattan Beach on April 23. The silent auction and raffle will feature a top collection of local artistic talent. According to Angie … Continue reading

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Pre-Trial Expressionism: Sentenced To Art

Share tweet Disney Reveals New Details of Star Wars Land April 18, 2017 JTA TICKET GIVEAWAY – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword April 17, 2017 Taking You There! JTA’s TryTransit Initiative April 16, 2017 Artist Tony Rodrigues has been … Continue reading

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The XX Factor – The New Yorker

Anne Ryan’s “Collage, 353” (1949): fusing delicate materiality and powerful form.CreditCourtesy MOMA “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction,” at the Museum of Modern Art, looks like a typical march-of-styles historical survey, tracking high points in the boom decades of … Continue reading

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Enigmatic Alfonso Ossorio: Deeper into his art and life | Inquirer …

Alfonso Ossorio’s mural in Negros Occidental. His wax-resist watercolor studies for the mural show the link between Pollock’s Abstract Expressionism and Dubuffet’s Art Brut. —ARNOLD ALMACEN A new exhibit of paintings by Alfonso Ossorio seeks to plumb into the art … Continue reading

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Enigmatic Alfonso Ossorio: Deeper into his art and life

Alfonso Ossorio’s mural in Negros Occidental. His wax-resist watercolor studies for the mural show the link between Pollock’s Abstract Expressionism and Dubuffet’s Art Brut. —ARNOLD ALMACEN A new exhibit of paintings by Alfonso Ossorio seeks to plumb into the art … Continue reading

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Jim Dine’s six-decade experiment

In the winter of 1960, a young man appeared at the  Judson Memorial Church in Lower Manhattan for a brief performance. He was wearing a stained artist’s smock; in his hands were a can of paint and a brush. First … Continue reading

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Nevertheless, they persisted: standout New England women painters

“Expanding Abstraction: New England Women Painters, 1950 to Now,” at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, reminded me of Maud Morgan’s thwarted career. Morgan was a painter with promise in New York in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Betty … Continue reading

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