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Deborah Dancy in Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

June 13, 2017 - Kemper Musem of Contemporary Art

Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today introduces the work of more than twenty exceptional artists in conversation with one another for the first time. With works in a range of media, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing, the exhibition showcases a diverse range of unique visual vocabularies within non-representational expression. By highlighting these artists’ individual approaches to form, color, composition, material exploration and conceptual impetus within hard-edge and gestural abstraction, Magnetic Fields provides an expanded history of non-pictorial image and object-making. The exhibition not only celebrates these artists as leaders in the field, but also the enduring ability of abstraction to convey both personal iconography and universal themes.


University of Maine Museum Acquires Painting by Isabel Bigelow

March 25, 2017

The University of Maine Museum of Art has acquired a painting by artist Isabel Bigelow. Isabel Bigelow’s 2016 oil painting on paper titled Waiting was acquired by the Museum for its permanent collection, which encompasses some four thousand artworks created after 1945.

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University of Maine Museum Acquires Ink Painting by Lourdes Sanchez

March 25, 2017

The University of Maine Museum of Art has acquired a painting by artist Lourdes Sanchez. Lourdes Sanchez’s 2016 ink painting on silk, Untitled, 2016 was acquired by the Museum for its permanent collection.

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The Art Institute of Chicago Acquires Drawings by Shelley Reed

March 25, 2017

The Art Institute of Chicago has acquired a series of seven drawings by Boston-based artist Shelley Reed. The artist’s 1993 series, “Men (after Van Dyck),” joined the Museum’s collection of prints and drawings as a gift after its exhibition as part of the Van Dyck, Rembrandt, and the Portrait Print exhibition of 2016.

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Tyler Haughey in Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50

November 15, 2016 - Photolucida

Photolucida pick Top 50 Critical Mass photographers of 2016, including Tyler Haughey.


Popular Photography: Tyler Haughey, Ghosts in Winter

November 15, 2016 - Vanessa Mallory Kotz

MALIBU, SAHARA, Monaco—it sounds like an exotic world tour, but you can go to all three in New Jersey! These mid-century modern motels named for sunny locales pepper a five-mile stretch of the Jersey shore, just north of Cape May, known as the Wildwoods. Tyler Haughey first visited the area one January, after the throngs of people had packed up their beach towels and dusted the sand off their feet, leaving these architectural gems to sit lonely and shuttered.


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Michael Abrams in Brattleboro Museum's exhibition, "Luscious"

October 6, 2016 - Mara Williams

Luscious celebrates paint. It explores the myriad ways artists make conscious statements of painterly intent. Creating with a deep-seated belief in the beauty of paint, the 12 artists featured in the exhibit are in full command of their medium.


New Jersey State Council on the Arts Visual Arts Fellowship Showcase

March 18, 2016 - Monmouth University Center for the Arts

This exhibit showcases the work of 2014-2015 New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship winners in sculpture, crafts, and photography. Fellowships are highly competitive awards to New Jersey artists in 12 different disciplines, based solely on artistic quality, and designed to help artists produce new work and advance their careers.


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Celia Gerard | Apiece Apart Woman

October 27, 2015 - Leigh Patterson

There’s a quiet complexity to the art of New York painter and sculptor Celia Gerard, whose interdisciplinary work explores shape, line, and the blurring of color through abstractly geometric responses to surroundings; it’s a repackaging and reimagining of a landscape in puzzle piece format. Nine months out of the year, Gerard works from New York City, where she balances her own artwork and upcoming shows with teaching at Pratt, School of Visual Arts and Columbia University. For the remaining months, she retreats to quiet Wainscott, NY, in the farmhouse she shares with her partner Mark, where — in between walks around the neighborhood and to the nearby farm stand— she cranks out work from a backyard studio. Just as the seasons started to change (and on perhaps the only rainy day of the season), we visited Celia at home to discuss her art-driven upbringing, her upcoming projects, and the concepts that inform her ongoing work.


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