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Curated by Richard Tuttle?? Yes.

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Pallazzola, Johann Christian Reinhart�s etching posted above, shows the view over Lago Albano toward the convent of Sta. Maria ad Nives di Palazzolo, and, in the distance, the Monto Cavo, the ancient site of a temple of Jupiter. Like all of Reinhardt’s beautiful etchings on […]

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Christopher Joy settles on the floor

Contributed by Sharon Butler / I met Christopher Joy a couple years ago at A-Space Gallery in West Haven when our work was included in Scale Factor, a group show about the importance of size relationships. Joy contributed a small shaped painting installation (pictured below) positioned on a large wall […]

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Report from Toronto

Over the past decade or so, a slew of galleries have popped up in the west end of Toronto, giving the city’s art scene a much appreciated injection of vitality. The burgeoning contemporary art hub along the Ossington strip and west Queen West has garnered international attention and acclaim, and […]

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Introducing, the Two Coats Interns!

A few weeks ago I decided to develop a small internship program, and I’m pleased to report that numerous talented artists, writers and designers actually applied. Wow. Please join me in welcoming the six candidates selected to join the team at Two Coats of Paint. Michelle Mantua, alias Marie e […]

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The Dog Report: Sunday in Bushwick

 Fiona makes friends with the famous Fern at Norte Maar //          Ernie is intrigued by Peter Caine’s anamatronic platypus at AIRPLANE   Maanik Singh Chauhan at AIRPLANE  Gily Levy at AIRPLANE    Only the leashes keep them from friending Angelina Gualdoni‘s tiny baby at Regina Rex. […]

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Fall preview for painters

Loren Munk, “Soho Map,” 2005-2006, oil on linen, 60 x 72″ “Loren Munk: Location, Location, Location–Mapping the New York Art World,” Leslie Heller, New York, NY. September 7- October 16, 2011. Munk, who also chronicles the NYC artworld in the James Kalm Report, is all about connections. I’m looking forward […]

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Shape, light and line at Storefront

Andy Spence and Colin Thompson‘s abstract paintings are on display through the end of the week at STOREFRONT. Spence’s measured geometries and optical illusions hung side-by-side with Thompson’s gleefully scrawled characters remind me of siblings who have gone their separate ways but still find plenty to talk about. In the […]

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Lisa Yuskavage on the long, slow read

        This week at Time Out New York in T.J. Carlin’s Studio Visit column, she asks Lisa Yuskavage who or what has most inspired her. Yuskavage reponds that courses she took with art historian and painter Andrew Forge had a big impact on how she approaches painting. […]

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Charles Cohan: Losing the original amidst repetition

    Charles Cohan, “MGP09.X-XVII,” 2010, colagraph print, 46 x 40,” edition of one.   For the next day or two, I’ll be lurking around the museums and galleries in DC. One of my favorite DC galleries is Curator’s Office, Andrea Pollan’s micro-gallery/office space on 14th Street. She shows small-scale […]