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Jackson Pollock at The Getty

During spring break I was able to visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles, which had on display, Jackson Pollock’s Mural. I was impressed not only by the large scale of the piece but also the remarkable condition that it … Continue reading

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Alma Allen at the Whitney Biennial

During my trip to New York I was able to visit the Whitney Biennial. What struck me the most was artist Alma Allen’s fourth floor exhibition of woodcarvings and stonework. There were several beautiful bowl shaped structures and other abstract … Continue reading

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A Slice of the Stone Itself: A Print by Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler was born in 1928 and came to be a very successful artist.  Known as an abstract expressionist, as well as a color field or lyric abstraction painter she had an expansive career, pioneering a method of staining the … Continue reading

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Lewis Baltz Print Analysis

Print Analysis: South Wall, Semicoa, 333 McCormick, Costa Mesa Permeating with irony, social critique, and unusual beauty, Lewis Baltz’s photographs illustrate a contemporary form of artistic thinking and advancements in the photographic medium. Curated by William Jenkins at the International … Continue reading

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Leigh Ledare, Double Bind, At Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery in Chelsea, NY (2010)   American Artist Leigh Ledare’s project Double Bind (2010) at the Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery in Chelsea, NY offers a unique and warped perspective into intimacy and … Continue reading

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Five West Coast Artists: An East Coast Exhibition

Five West Coast artists: Bischoff, Diebenkorn, Neri, Park, and Thiebaud is a show up at Yale Gallery from March 28th to July 13th 2014. The show inhabits three modestly sized rooms, one of which is the size of the other … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Humans of New York

I, like many other people, almost five million other people in fact, follow the very popular photo blog Humans of New York on Facebook.  For those who are unfamiliar, the blog features stunning portraits of 5,000 New Yorkers by photographer … Continue reading

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Digital Warhol Works Unearthed

Recently, digital works by Andy Warhol were “rediscovered” on a floppy disk in Warhol’s archives. New versions of his famous soup cans, rendered digitally provide an interesting and fresh take on his works. It is interesting to consider how the … Continue reading

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Inside Out

Luke Evans and Josh Lake This artwork from 2012 involves the artists swallowing 35 mm film allowing it to run the length of their digestive tracts and then scan the film under a scanning electron microscope. The images produced are … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Museum Exhibition: Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties

Situated on the first floor of the Brooklyn Museum, Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties serves to paint a rich picture of the Civil Rights movement through the display of mixed media of black artists of the era.  … Continue reading

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