Reviews

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In Allison Schulnik’s hands, paint becomes matter and subject becomes object. Her paintings are about a continual state of flux: morphing, dripping, and melting.

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Post image for A Véritéble Weekend of Cinéma: A Film Festival in Maine

It is not surprising that the art crowd is at home on Maine’s coastline, where Hartley and Homer filled their canvases with crashing tides, and where Longfellow filled his mind’s chalice with classic verse, but I am compelled to wonder about what (if any) Maine connection has been forged by the documentary arts?

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Post image for The How Is the What: The Essential Harry Leigh

Since the early 1970s, Harry Leigh has been producing distinctive, elegant, deceptively simple wall-based sculptures, mainly of wood.

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MuseumsWeekend

Surrendering to the Women of Vienna

by Thomas Micchelli on October 1, 2016

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The uncannily contemporary aspect of Gustav Klimt’s painting is that it was always in flux.

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Post image for The Contemporary Geoglyphs of a Globe-Spanning Art Project

Since 1999, Australian artist Andrew Rogers has traveled the seven continents creating modern geoglyphs with local populations, representing symbols significant to the area’s culture with indigenous stone.

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LOS ANGELES — Glenn Goldberg seizes worn-out clichés that would seem unable to support weight and uses them to unexpectedly launch himself into painting.

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LONDON — The opening of Tate Modern on London’s South Bank in 2000 changed the landscape of contemporary art in Britain.

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Books

Exploring New York City’s Silent Shores

by Allison Meier on September 29, 2016

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The 600 miles of New York City’s shoreline that secured its status as a center of trade in the 18th century now host some of its more forgotten spaces.

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Post image for Jean Tinguely’s Clanging, Banging Machine Sculptures

PARIS — The crepuscular imbroglio at work in Jean Tinguely’s historic machine sculptures, currently on view at Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois, is very much of the present moment.

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Galleries

Where Do Banks Go When They Die?

by Seph Rodney on September 29, 2016

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Did you know that since the start of the last recession that over 527 banks have failed? How would we know?

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