Tag: Valeri Larko


The art of Jersey

Presented by the Morris Museum, New Jersey Then & Now, traces New Jersey’s depiction in representational art from the 18th century through today. Dan Bischoff reports in The Star-Ledger that the show is actually pretty funny. “You could say the irony that seems to dominate much of contemporary art had […]


Studio update: Itinerant painter

Every professor has a wildly optimistic, first-day-of-summer-vacation �List of Things To Do.� Here’s mine. The most significant decision has been to continue working out of my cramped room in the attic rather than rent a proper studio. In a larger space, I could work on more projects concurrently, but renting […]