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Margot Bergman

Margot Bergman

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The folks working for the future NW Arkansas museum, Crystal Bridges, have brought art critic/philosopher Arthur C. Danto to town for a speaking engagement.  Crystal Bridges was founded by Alice Walton and is to open in 2010.  You may have heard about some of the museum’s more notorious purchases and almost-purchases.

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-“After the show is over…it gets taken away with a shovel.”  Today’s NY Times has a good article on sculptor Tara Donovan.  (The one true C-Monster has a link straight to the slideshow.)

-“These paintings are slippery, full of illusions and both contain and inspire free association.”  Cathy Quinlan’s review of the current Judy Glantzman show is over at Artcritical. 

-Kansas City’s Dolphin Gallery has moved to a new, larger space.  Art Motel Radio and Shorttage have covered it.

-If you see a thoughtful review of work that might interest us, or something that we ought to cover please go ahead and email it to us at mwcapacity@gmail.com.   Or leave a comment.  I’d still L.O.V.E. to get some more specifics on the HUB project in Bloomington.  Can someone just say what the experience of a viewer walking into one or the other part of this project is exactly?  Neither press release is very specific.

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Anne Harris

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The School of Fine Arts Gallery at Indiana University is putting on a two-part exhibition this fall. From SoFA’s description:

HUB is a unique exhibition project developed by Derek Parker, Jonathan Dankenbring, and LaRinda Meinburg, MFA students in the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts in collaboration with Betsy Stirratt, Director and Rob Off, Associate Director of the SoFA Gallery. HUB will feature sculptural installations by Parker, Dankenbring, Meinburg, and Rob Off. This exhibition takes on an anthropological role, with installations that explore urban sprawl, the definition of living space, consumer design, and the collective unconscious.

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Grant W. Ray

Grant W. Ray

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The Drawing Lesson

The Music Lesson

A couple of longtime favorites from the Nelson-Atkins. More on Traversi at Wikipedia.

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