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Category: art

“There Are Flashes of Imagery”

Catherine Copeland – Parallel Narratives at Gitana Rosa Gallery, Piermont, NY Review by Peter Bonner My family and I visited Piermont, NY last weekend, a surprisingly short 11 minute drive […]

Episode 5: Kate Dodd

Artist Kate Dodd has had a rough few months with the premature removal of two of her recent installations. Last Fall, her site-specific installation for the Richard Meier/Teachers Village building in Newark, “Before […]

David Antonio Cruz Performance

The Performance Cruz: David Antonio Cruz

By K.Anthony Lawler Performance art, as a construct, contains the capacity to envelope space, shift the concept of time, alter our traditional understanding of artistic engagement and download foreign emotions […]

An After Taste of Absinthe

By Daniel Morowitz The nineteenth century the French Salon was the preeminent place to exhibit paintings. Stacked floor to ceiling, inclusion in a show could make the career of a […]

The Particle and the Wave 

by Tracy DiTolla What is light?  It is always around us whether from the sun, moon and stars or human-directed electricity.  In our world, a flick of a switch causes […]

A Touch of Gold

By Daniel Morowitz The golden ratio can break down a rectangle into an almost infinite number of squares. Unlimited in its application, artists and architects held this ratio as the […]