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AO On Site – New York: The New York Academy of Art’s 19th Annual “Take Home a Nude” Benefit at Sotheby’s October 18, 2010

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Go See – New York: The Brucennial 2010 – Miseducation, on view through May 22, 2010

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Don't Miss – Your History Is Not Our History at Haunch of Venison, New York through May 1, 2010

Monday, April 26th, 2010

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Robert Irwin Profiled in Art Newspaper

July 26th, 2016

Robert Irwin, via Art NewspaperRobert Irwin is profiled in the Art Newspaper this week, as he opens his major permanent installation at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa.  “What I’ve been doing all these years, you couldn’t sell, you couldn’t house it, you couldn’t put it in a museum,” he says. “Marfa was a good place for me to fantasize some idea of what I might do, which for a long time was all I had… It was a nice place for me to stretch my legs a little and try some things.”
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Uncertain Market for Modigliani Driving Research for Catalog Raisonné

July 26th, 2016

Amedeo Modigliani, via Art NewspaperThe current market stature for Modigliani is driving extensive research and pursuit of a catalog raisonné, the Art Newspaper reports.  “Let’s just say that an exciting first step has been taken, with further news to come,” scholar Kenneth Wayne says.
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The New York Times Profiles Green Gallery Founder Richard Bellamy

July 26th, 2016

Dick Bellamy, via NYTThe New York Times has a profile on Richard Bellamy this week, the founder of New York’s influential Green Gallery, and the dealer who first provided space and a voice for many of New York’s influential minimalists, including Donald Judd, Robert Morris, and many more.  “I think,” Robert Morris says of Bellamy’s impact on this group,  “it had to do with the fact that we — the artists and Bellamy himself, who we regarded as more of an artist than a ‘director’ — were sitting in a space on 57th Street, when we all belonged downtown in our ratty lofts. There was something slightly ridiculous about occupying that zone where the serious, moneyed New York galleries were located.”
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