Laurel Lueders: Everything Left but the Image

Artist Laurel Lueders’ recent photographic series Everything Left but the Image intends to capture an essence of what it’s like to travel through places of transport, often jetlagged yet camera-ready. 

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A Perfect Snapshot of a Moment in Time

Walking through the exhibition "Painters’ Lives, Marguerite Louppe and Maurice Brianchon," curated by William Corwin and David Hirsh, we are reminded how artists evolve incrementally, by fits and false-starts, and that over time these form a composite that comes to epitomize the artist’s work. 

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Constructing Paradise

There has been a long history of Western artists discovering and re-discovering the exotic. At the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, a remarkable cultural space in Midtown, the show “Constructing Paradise” examines the impulse to romanticize foreign cultures, landscapes, and points of view. Artists as well known as Paul Gauguin, Oskar Kokoschka, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mickalene Thomas and Mark Dion are included.

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Crossing a Porous Boundary: AM DeBrincat

Speculative Fiction, a solo show of paintings by AM DeBrincat now on view through March 27th at the Martin Art Gallery of Muhlenberg College, poses many thought-provoking questions.  The eleven works on display highlight the unique visual lexicon that DeBrincat has created: a mixed-media technique which combines painting with the manipulation of digital photography to underscore the complexity of identity in the Digital Age.

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