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Chicago Tribune
What's new in American painting, here?Artist competitions are not usually at the top of discerning museumgoers' must-
What's new in American painting, here?
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Artist competitions are not usually at the top of discerning museumgoers' must-see lists, but perhaps they should be. The best of them pack more surprises than your average group exhibition, and since most of the artists are little known and even... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Broad museum to show more than 250 works in inaugural displayWhen the Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles officially opens on Sept. 20, vis
Broad museum to show more than 250 works in inaugural display
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
When the Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles officially opens on Sept. 20, visitors will be treated to a selection of more than 250 works of contemporary art culled from the private collection of founders Eli and Edythe Broad, museum officials will... Read more
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The Times Leader
LINDA HUTCHISONHUTCHISON Linda Lou Hutchison, 68, of Lafferty, OH, died Monday, August 17, 20
LINDA HUTCHISON
The Times Leader / Posted 9 days ago
HUTCHISON Linda Lou Hutchison, 68, of Lafferty, OH, died Monday, August 17, 2015, at Wheeling Hospital. She was born August 12, 1947 in Barbour County, WV, a daughter of the late Marquis Ashby and Lillian Marie Maxwell Ashby. She was a member of... Read more
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PR.com
Laura Rathe Fine Art Presents Quartets by Tony Magar Laura Rathe Fine Art introduces Quartets, a solo exhibition by second generat
Laura Rathe Fine Art Presents Quartets by Tony Magar
PR.com / Posted 13 days ago
Laura Rathe Fine Art introduces Quartets, a solo exhibition by second generation abstract expressionist Tony Magar, on view from September 12th through October 17th. Still painting at the age of... Read more
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The GW Hatchet
Long-time art advocate named first director of the Corcoran SchoolSanjit Senthi was named the inaugural director of the Corcoran School of the Ar
Long-time art advocate named first director of the Corcoran School
The GW Hatchet / Posted 24 days ago
Sanjit Senthi was named the inaugural director of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of GW Media Relations Updated: Aug. 4, 2015 at 2:10 p.m. A long-standing art educator and former director of multiple art... Read more
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TribLIVE
Reissue of book of album covers by Andy Warhol shows many sides of his artWe may not remember it here in Pittsburgh, but Andy Warhol wasn't always univer
Reissue of book of album covers by Andy Warhol shows many sides of his art
TribLIVE / Posted 1 months ago
We may not remember it here in Pittsburgh, but Andy Warhol wasn't always universally beloved. “During his lifetime, he was the object of severe criticism. People would label him a ‘jet-set society portrait painter' or just a ‘commercial artist,' ”... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Alex Katz discusses exhibit at Colby College, summers in MaineLINCOLNVILLE, Maine — The artist, scythe in hand, slashes at overgrown bamboo i
Alex Katz discusses exhibit at Colby College, summers in Maine
Bangor Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
LINCOLNVILLE, Maine — The artist, scythe in hand, slashes at overgrown bamboo in front of a clunky yellow house fit for an Andrew Wyeth painting. This is not a performance piece. This is Alex Katz, 88, arriving in Maine for another summer by Coleman... Read more
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Washington Post
Alex Katz at 88: Portrait of the artist unable to slow downThe artist, scythe in hand, slashes at overgrown bamboo in front of a clunky ye
Alex Katz at 88: Portrait of the artist unable to slow down
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
The artist, scythe in hand, slashes at overgrown bamboo in front of a clunky yellow house fit for an Andrew Wyeth painting. This is not a performance piece. This is Alex Katz, 88, arriving in Maine for another summer by Coleman Pond, another summer... Read more

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