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Polly Apfelbaum

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NEW PRINTS BY DAN CAMERON  
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Lauren Abshire, Kamrooz Aram, Richard Artschwager, Tauba Auerbach, AWG, Glen Baldridge, Colby Bird, Michael Bramwell, Noah Breuer, Tamar Cohen, Ann Conner, Ian Cooper, William Criswell, Elizabeth Deasy, Hope Dector, Tomory Dodge, Carroll Dunham, Orna Feinstein, Elise Ferguson, Steven H. Ford, Jesse Gottesman, Joanne Greenbaum, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Ann Hamilton, Denise Hawrysio, Adriane Herman, John Himmelfarb, Robert Howsare, Matt Keegan, William Kentridge, Andrew Kozlowski, Jennifer Marshall, Chris Martin, Suzanne McClelland, John L. Moore, Laura Moriarty, Jill Moser, Doris Neidl, Danica Phelps, Adam Pitt, Paula Praeger, Erika Radich, Susan Rothenberg, Anthony Ryan, Jackie Saccoccio, Alison Sahmel, Phil Sanders, Larry Schulte, Mindy Shapero, Group Show, Shinique Smith, Joan Snyder, Richard Tuttle, and May Yang. at IPCNY International Print Center New York April 23rd, 2009 - May 30th, 2009
Posted 11/10/13
  Essay by Dan Cameron   The parallel worlds of printmaking on the one hand, and painting and sculpture on the other, have had a long history of close but unequal interaction. Countless wielders of the paintbrush and chisel have, over the centuries, turned to printmaking primarily as a way of expanding the circulation of their work, so that the arduous and time-consuming creation of unique images can be offset by means of an inherently reproducible medium. But the art world has not always... [more]
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Abstraction Here and Now   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Polly Apfelbaum, Nicole Cherubini, Joanne Greenbaum, Suzanne McClelland, Jenny Monick, Carrie Moyer, Dona Nelson, Laurel Sparks at D'Amelio Terras June 30th, 2011 - August 19th, 2011
Posted 7/31/11
“Affinities: Painting in Abstraction,” at D’Amelio Terras through August 19, aims to describe recent trends and ideas in painting, mostly within the lineage of gestural abstraction. Independent curator Kate McNamara has assembled an exciting and sensuous show charged with untamed histories starting from the middle of the 20th century. One is first struck by Suzanne McClelland’s oil painting (2011), and its companion video in a nook behind the front desk. The video fills the gallery with... [more]
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