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Go See – Washington, DC: Alexis Rockman – A Fable for Tomorrow at the Smithsonian American Art Museum until May 8th, 2011

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Don’t Miss – New York: Alexis Rockman “Thunderdome” at Salomon Contemporary through December 23, 2010

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

AO Preview – New York: Armory Week in New York City, March 5th – 8th, 2020

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

AO On-Site – New York: Independent New York at Spring Studios, March 7th – 10th, 2019

Saturday, March 9th, 2019

AO On-Site – LA Art Show at The Los Angeles Convention Center January 23rd through January 27th, 2013

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Art Observed’s Art Basel Miami Beach 2012 Guide to Fairs and Events with Newslink Summary

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

Greenberg van Doren Gallery

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

AO On-Site – New York: SPRING/BREAK Art Show at Skylight Moynihan Station, March 3rd-8th, 2015

Saturday, March 7th, 2015
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Tate to Make Half of Commercial Workforce Redundant

August 12th, 2020

The Tate will make half of its commercial workforce redundant, The Guardian reports. “Sadly, at the moment, the trading business is too big because we won’t be able to open all the cafes and the shops in the same way,” says director Maria Belshaw.
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Oregon Foundation Purchases Archive of Judy Chicago Prints

August 12th, 2020

Oregon philanthropist and collector Jordan D. Schnitzer has purchase an archive of prints and works on paper by Judy Chicago. “This will enhance the abilities of art historians to understand her process,” says dealer Tonya Turner Carroll.
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Don Marron’s Collection of Works on Paper to Go on View at Pace in Hamptons

August 11th, 2020

Part of the collection of late financier Don Marron, works on paper by Jasper Johns, Brice Marden and more, will go on sale at Pace Gallery’s Hamptons outpost this month. “The reason for this show is the same reason we are having the gallery here,” says Marc Glimcher. “To get people reengaged and in front of art again.”
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