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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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-Kansas City artist Davin Watne has a new exhibit, Herd or Pack, at Arts Incubator.  Here’s a link to my previous post on Watne, which disappeared into the aether for a time, probably due to some bad clicking on my part.

NY Times article on a couple of photo-realist exhibits up in NY at the moment.

UPDATED:  Jerry Saltz still-necessary, “The Richter Resolution” from 2004.

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The University of Tulsa’s Alexandre Hogue Gallery has a show of David Stern‘s paintings. His site is pretty “don’t repost my images”, so I’m just going to suggest you look at his site. I have not seen this in person, yet, but based on the work I see on the site, I expect it’s a really nice show.

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Lisa Sanditz:  Sock City at CRG Gallery, October 23-November 29, 2008

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links

A follow up to the NYT article on the beautification engine, here is a study of ugly, this time from the Times’ Style Section…

Also from the NYT…and maybe food for thought for some more imaginative perceptual painters out there.

Shorttage has photos from Lester Goldman’s studio, which has been open to the public on Saturdays all month.  This time the family is presenting some recently discovered works on paper, and paper bags.

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