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Lorna York: Making Waves on the West Coast

Lorna York Making Waves on the West Coast SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Raised in the Midwest, Lorna York moved to Boston in her twenties to pursue a modeling career but soon found herself operating a gallery on tony Newberry Street. That first... read more

Lorna York: Making Waves on the West Coast

Lorna York Making Waves on the West Coast SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Raised in the Midwest, Lorna York moved to Boston in her twenties to pursue a modeling career but soon found herself operating a gallery on tony Newberry Street. That first... read more

Donna Seaman: Saving Women Artists from Oblivion

Donna Seaman Saving Women Artists from Oblivion SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page In Identity Unknown, published just last week by Bloomsbury Press, Donna Seaman examines the lives of seven American women who enjoyed a modicum of fame and fortune in... read more

Cynthia Reeves: Beyond the Gallery

Cynthia Reeves Beyond the Gallery SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Cynthia Reeves is changing the nature of a how an art dealer operates, adapting to the uncertain future of the brick-and-mortar gallery and the ambitions and visions of artists today.... read more

Karen Wilkin: Critical Thinking

Karen Wilkin Critical Thinking   SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Karen Wilkin has had a long and varied career since growing up in New York City in the 1950s and ‘60s. “Artists made me an art critic,” as she tells us in describing her early... read more

Simon Dinnerstein: Grounded in the Figure

Simon Dinnerstein:  Grounded in the Figure SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page In both drawings and paintings, Simon Dinnerstein has pursued a robust figurative tradition for nearly 50 years. He talks to us about his efforts to say “something about... read more

Irene Hofmann: Reinventing the Biennial

Irene Hoffmann Reinventing the Biennial SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Irene Hofmann, Phillips Director of Site Santa Fe since 2010, earned her stripes working with some of the great curators of our times, such as Marcia Tucker, founder of the New... read more

Christopher Knight: To Live and Write in L.A.

Christopher Knight To Live and Write in L.A. SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page Since 1980, Christopher Knight, a happy transplant from the chilly Northeast, has been covering the art scene in Los Angeles. In the past 27 years, as art critic for the Los... read more

Judith Stein on the Elusive Megadealer Dick Bellamy

Judith Stein:  Dick Bellamy–Eye of the Sixties SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page The 1960s saw a huge explosion of talent in the New York art world—Conceptualism, Pop, Op, Minimalism, Happenings, and Land Art all had their origins during this... read more

Arden Reed

Arden Reed Take it Slow SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page In a forthcoming book from University of California Press, cultural historian Arden Reed mentions the rather astonishing discovery that the average museumgoer devotes about 10 to 15 seconds to... read more

Dan Cameron

Dan Cameron A Visionary Curator, from New York to New Orleans SoundCloud Facebook Photo credits: bottom of page “I like work that pushes the envelope,” says Dan Cameron, who has worked as a curator since his student days at Bennington College. In 1982 he was one of... read more

Marcie Begleiter

Eva Hesse’s life was a short but triumphant one. Before her death from a brain tumor at the age of 34, she created an astonishing body of work that continues to engage audiences and influence artists worldwide.

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