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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

Hal Bromm

After spending two years in London, where David Hockney introduced him to a circle of his talented contemporaries, Hal Bromm started showing art first in his Tribeca loft and later in a gallery on Franklin Street…

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Tricia Paik

Tricia Paik has been involved with contemporary art since the mid-1990s, when she wrote her master’s thesis on Maya Lin’s Vietnam Memorial for the prestigious Institute of Fine Arts in New York.

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David Leaser

David Leaser’s large-scale in-your-face blossoms owe as much to botanical illustration and 17th-century Dutch still life as they do to …

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Nance Frank

Ever since President Obama announced at the end of 2014 that the U.S. would pursue a “normalization” of relations with Cuba, all eyes have been turned on the tiny island nation. So we wondered…

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Katharine Baetjer

The beautiful, lively, and hugely talented Vigee LeBrun was the subject of a brief profile and slide show a few weeks ago, and response to the story was so positive we decided to…

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Ursula von Rydingsvard

Ursula von Rydingsvard is perhaps one of the most recognized sculptors working today. Her monumental creations, often made from hundreds—even thousands—of small pieces of wood have been shown at the Venice Biennale

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Eric Fischl

Eric Fischl came of age in an exceptionally fertile time in the New York art world. His friends and colleagues in the 1980s downtown scene included Julian Schnabel, David Salle, Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, and others who…

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Kathy Butterly

One of today’s most imaginative artists working in clay, Kathy Butterly makes diminutive sculptures that are engaging, comical, disturbing, and wholly unexpected adventures in this tricky medium. She talks about…

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Francis Naumann

Francis Naumann is an unusual hybrid within the art world. Both a dealer and a renowned scholar of the works of Marcel Duchamp, he began his career as a student of Renaissance art, working with the late great art historian…

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Ellen Harvey

For nearly 20 years, Ellen Harvey has been creating installations, site-specific projects, and works in many different mediums that gently spoof…

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Peter Plagens

Self-described curmudgeon and esteemed critic Peter Plagens talks to us about his 50-year career as both an artist and writer.

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Deborah Brown

After earning an undergraduate degree from Yale, painter Deborah Brown moved to New York to launch her career. Her wildly expressionist works have taken her from depictions of scrap heaps in Brooklyn to a form of comic portraiture…

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