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Arden Reed

Arden Reed Take it Slow Photo credits: bottom of page In a forthcoming book from University of California Press, cultural historian...

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Dan Cameron

Dan Cameron A Visionary Curator, from New York to New Orleans Photo credits: bottom of page “I like work that pushes the envelope,”...

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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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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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