Friday, April 22, 2016

Issue #3 (25 October 2011)

Ciao from Venice! A special thank you to artist Guido Garaycochea for speaking about his piece, "Playful Love", currently on display in our "Love In the Eye of the Beholder" exhibition. Also a special thank you to Peter Van Heerden for his thought-provoking discussion about artists of South Africa. You may find more information about these artists later in the blog. I look forward to seeing you all Friday and reviewing the Bienale!

Best wishes, Helen Klisser During

Rush hour in Venice. Photo by Helen Klisser During

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Georges Braque

Aquavella Gallery
Oct. 12 - Nov. 30  

Raoul De Keyser
David Zwirner Gallery
Sept. 20 - Oct. 29

Yutaka Sone, Island
David Zwirner Gallery
Sept. 20 - Oct. 29
David Bates
Betty Cuningham Gallery
Oct. 20 - Nov. 3
Georgio Morandi
Robilant and Voena
Oct. 12 - Nov. 29

Lisa Yuskavage

David Zwirner Gallery

Sept. 27 - Nov. 5 

Anton Kanneymer, After the Barbarians

Jack Shainman Gallery

Oct. 13 - Nov. 12

 Ruth Miller, Recent Works

Lohin Geduld Gallery

Oct. 12 - Nov. 12

Dana Salunier, Night Tides: Water, Flesh, and Sky

First Street Gallery

October 4 - 29

Zhang Enli

Hauser and Wirth

Sept. 15 - Oct. 29

"Meditation" by Minha Yang at Creators Project 2011, DUMBO, Brooklyn. Photo by Jill Sarver

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Art in America
Ed Ruscha: The Golden State: And Interview with Bob Monk

Street Art Utopia
106 of the Most Beloved Street Art Photos- Year 2010
The New York Times
Picasso Will Return With Just Two Colors
by Carol Vogel 
The New York Times
Braque: The Other Father of Cubism 
by Roberta Smith
The Guardian

Artist Pipilotti Rist's Eyeball Massage:

"dedicated to pleasure and being alive"

Video Interview with Adrian Searle 

The Huffington Post

Painters' Table: Top 10 Best Posts, September 2011

by Brett Baker

The Huffington Post

Constraining Cubes, Harnessing Anarchy, and the Genius 

of David Smith

by Alexander Adler


Comic Relief: The boundary between fine art and graphic 

novels has grown increasingly porous 

by Carolina A. Miranda

Art in America

Milton Resnick

by David Reed

Art in America

Tracey Emin: No Bedtime Story

by Ossian Ward

Alan Wolfson's "Canal St. Cross-Section" at MAD's Otherworldly exhibition. Photo by Jill Sarver
HIGHLIGHTS: Artists of South Africa
Jane Alexander
Nicholas Hlobo

Anton Kannemeyer

 Nandipha Mntambo
Film Screening: Shakespeare in Love

Friday, Oct. 28, 7:00pm

$10 adult

Malawi With Love:
Lecture by Save the Children President and CEO, Carolyn Miles
Friday, Nov. 4, 6:00pm

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