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Big plans: The 2015 Miami fairs

HELL YES, the Miami art fairs are just around the corner! As usual, Art Basel Miami Beach–the biggest of the fairs, with 250 of the most affluent international galleries in attendance–will set up shop in the Miami Beach Convention Center from December 3-6. The smaller fairs–Scope Miami, Miami Project, PULSE […]

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Selected work: Chelsea

Without Andrew Ginzel‘s List (on hiatus until September) and Facebook (recently deactivated), I’ve been left on my own to figure out what shows are out there this summer. Recently I’ve begun using NY Art Beat, an iPhone app that lists galleries by neighborhood. Gallery go-ers can review shows, bookmark them, […]

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Recommended: Summer Group Shows

I love spending summers in NYC. For artists who stick around and work in their studios during July and August,  NYC is one big art party, featuring a slew of group shows, each with openings, closings and often other events in between. Since list-maker Andrew Ginzel is on hiatus until […]

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Part I: Los Angeles Report

I went out to Los Angeles last week to participate in an Art and Social Media Symposium at California State University, Long Beach, but I managed to squeeze in some gallery, museum and studio visits as well. [Image at top: Timothy Nolan, Guardian of the Starry Gate, 2014, dye-sublimation print […]

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Smart Painting in New Haven

The ten artists in “Smart Painting,” an upcoming exhibition at New Haven’s Artspace Gallery, are an inquisitive group, asking  a range of questions, which, at their most basic level, include: What should a painting look like? How should I paint it? What should I paint it on? Beginning with simple […]

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The lives of artists

In addition to many other projects, artist Sharon Louden spent the last two years editing Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists, published (and peer reviewed) by Intellect Books and distributed by the University of Chicago Press. A labor of love for Louden, the book doesn’t […]