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David Bates: The Katrina Paintings at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, May 21-August 22, 2010.  Alice Thorson has written about the exhibit in the Kansas City Star.  You’ll also recall that Bates was one of the artists named by Roberta Smith as under-recognized in her challenge to NY museums and curators a month or two ago in the NY Times.

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Gustave Courbet, Soleil Couchant, Marine, 1869, oil on panel, 15 1/2″ x 22″, from the collection of the Spencer Museum on the campus of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.

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Congratulations to Sloane Snure-Paullus, who’s got work represented in the most recent issue of New American Paintings (the MFA annual).  Looks good!

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Bad at Sports has posted the Painters/Painting panel discussion held at their behest last month in NYC.  Participants include Tom Sanford, Kamrooz Aram, Holly Coulis, David Humphrey, Dike Blair and Deborah Kass.

And a few other links:

Following up the post on Robert Barnes new show at Corbett vs. Dempsey, here is a 2001 interview with Barnes discussing the good old days, specifically his contacts with Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst and Matta.

New Dana Schutz interview at Art Info.

Christian Viveros-Faune on Jules de Balincourt’s new work.

There’s a new-ish interview with Sangram Majumdar at the Jerusalem Studio School’s blog.  There are a lot of interviews with SM around the artblogs but this one’s notable for having a lot of studio shots and discussion of materials and methods.

Jonah Lehrer reminding us of the virtues of boredom.

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Robert Barnes is showing in Chicago again.  His new exhibit, Paradise, is at Corbett vs. Dempsey, May 14-June 19, 2010.

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British painter Ryan Mosley is an artist in residence at Grand Arts in Kansas City.  There will be a open studio/welcome-to-KC event May 7, 2010, followed by an exhibit to be on view June 4-July 24, 2010.  More Ryan Mosley.

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