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Archive for November, 2008

Links on a Sunday

-On and on with Gerhard Richter Around here:  the Guardian UK has a review of a Richter survey at the National Gallery in Edinburgh.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch talks about Old Masters at the Pulitzer.

-Also in the Dispatch, a review of Action/Abstraction, the St. Louis Art Museum’s survey of AbEx painting.

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Barry AndersonOp Eyes, a single-channel HD Video, was commissioned by the Nerman Museum at Johnson County Community College.  It’s on view in the New Media Room until February 1, 2009.  It took me a couple of looks at Barry’s website to find the thumbnails for his other videos.  It’s a little bar immediately under the image, for those as prone to overlooking the obvious as I.

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Other video art news:

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-Nathan Boyer is showing Videos and Paintings at Lumenhouse in Brooklyn.  Here is an excerpt from Dr. Skullface.

-Sam has been making and showing new videos.  Go to his website to get some Existentialism for Dummies.

UPDATE:  In non-video art news, there is a new Caleb Weintraub interview over at Daily Serving.

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Michael Krueger

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Angelina Gualdoni

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Susan Rothenberg

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Susan Rothenberg

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in the collection of the St. Louis Art Museum.

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Grace Hartigan obituaries

Richard Lacayo writes about Hartigan for Time.  William Grimes for the NY Times.  Some Hartigan paintings can be seen in Action/Abstraction at the St. Louis Art Museum until January 11, 2009.

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Have any of our regular readers been down to see the first Prospect New Orleans?  It’s “the largest biennial of international contemporary art ever organized in the United States, opened to the public on November 1, 2008 in museums, historic buildings, and found sites throughout New Orleans”, if you haven’t heard about it.  I intend to get down there later this year, but right now I’m curious if anyone has seen it and would like to comment.

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A Bamileke wine vessel from William Itter’s personal collection of African Pottery.  The last time I was at the Indiana University Art Museum, there were a number of these vessels on display in their African collection.  Anyone know if that’s still there?

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Caleb WeintraubWhatever Shall We Do With These Piles of Paint? at Peter Miller Gallery, October 17-November 29, 2008.

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