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Faculty Art Show – Manchester Community College

Jorge Costa  Morphic Resonance – Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes # 3,   2019  India ink on Yupo paper  74″ x 125″

Welcome to the biennial Visual Fine Art Faculty Exhibition. This exhibition traditionally takes place in the Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery on campus. Due to the pandemic, we have instead created a virtual exhibition. Please enjoy reading about each of the participating faculty members and viewing their work. Jorge Costa, Barbara Solomon, Brett Eberhardt, Patricia Carrigan . . . . Read more »

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Philip Guston’s Daughter and Others Speak Out Against Four Museums’ Decision to Postpone a Major Retrospective on the Artist

Philip Guston, Untitled (Two Hooded Figures) (1969). Courtesy of Christie’s Images, Ltd.

A long-planned Philip Guston exhibition featuring KKK imagery has been postponed for three years over concerns about racial justice.

Source: Philip Guston’s Daughter and Others Speak Out Against Four Museums’ Decision to Postpone a Major Retrospective on the Artist

The Philip Guston Show Should Be Reinstated – The New York Times

Stains Remain: Works by Michael Harvey

Michael Harvey, If you go down to the woods today, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 46” x 68.”

Michael Harvey, Skywriting, 2016. Oil on canvas, 50″ x 75″. Collection of the artist.

Source: Stains Remain: Works by Michael Harvey

Lights, Camera, Ellen Carey: A Solo Exhibition at The Delamar… | NBMAA

Ellen Carey, Dings & Shadows, 2019, Color photogram/c-print/unique, 34 x 52 in., Courtesy of the Artist and JHB Gallery (NY, NY); Galerie Miranda (Paris, FR); M+B (LA, CA).

As part of the New Britain Museum of American Art’s partnership with the Delamar Hotel in West Hartford, we are thrilled to announce our forthcoming exhibition featuring a solo presentation by acclaimed Hartford-based artist Ellen Carey (b. 1952), who was recently named one of the leading 100 women photographers world-wide by The Royal Photographic Society.

Source: Lights, Camera, Ellen Carey: A Solo Exhibition at The Delamar… | NBMAA

Eileen Myles: Selected poetry, Shannon Ebner “Passing A” | Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

“It’s weird when you’re moved by your own work.” Iconic poet Eileen Myles shares anecdotes from her life and reads selected poems, including a new poem titled “Passing A” on the occasion of artist Shannon Ebner’s exhibition “A Public Character” at ICA Miami. Watch the full presentation here.

Source: Eileen Myles: Selected poetry, Shannon Ebner “Passing A” | Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

The Sublime Farewell of Gerhard Richter, Master of Doubt – The New York Times

Credit…Museum Ludwig

 

Credit…Charlie Rubin for The New York Times

 

Credit…Charlie Rubin for The New York Times

How Happy I Am to Have Seen This Little Corner of America in a Museum

Jordan Casteel, “Ourlando” (2018), oil on canvas, 90 × 78 1/8 × 1 1/2 inches, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, photo: Edward C. Robison III

When it comes to the word “diversity,” what are we really referring to?

Source: How Happy I Am to Have Seen This Little Corner of America in a Museum

The Gnarly, Sassy Minimalism of Tom Doyle

“The Return of Tom Doyle,” Zürcher Gallery, New York, installation view: “Dowth” (2010), cherry, sassafras, 34 x 43 inches, and “Butternut Crossing” (1991), cherry, 38 x 38 x 17 inches (image courtesy of Zürcher Gallery, NY)

Doyle’s sculpture offers an opportunity to contemplate the beauty of pure form, but without a hint of nostalgia.

Source: The Gnarly, Sassy Minimalism of Tom Doyle

Shared Space: A New Era | Photographs from the Bank of America Collection – University of Saint Joseph – 9.13 through 12.15.2019

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Artists: Hans Aarsman, Olivo Barbieri, Wout Berger, Edward Burtynsky, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Ken Fandell, Günther Förg. Ben Gest, Andreas Gursky, Barbara Klemm, Bertien van Manen, Shirin Neshat, Thomas Ruff, Tokihiro Satō, Raghubir Singh, Beat Streuli, Thomas Struth, Sze Tsung, Nicolás Leong, and Massimo Vitali.

Shared Space: A New Era | International Photographers