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Archive for September, 2011

Urban sketching blogs are great, in general, and a finding a really sharp local-ish one is especially fun.  Michael Anderson’s Sketching St. Louis is a recent discovery.

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We interrupt whatever Midwesterness we had planned to put up this installation shot from Jenny Saville’s current exhibit at Gagosian, until October 22, 2011.  Saville will be subject of a retrospective at the Norton Museum in West Palm Beach, Florida, November 30, 2011-March 4, 2012.

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Marcie Miller Gross: Concentrations, September 9-October 21, 2011 at Studios Inc Exhibition Space (formerly Review Studios Exhibition Space).  More views of the exhibit at the artist’s website.

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Jered Sprecher, Thought From Afar, 2011, oil, 20″ x 16″

Painter’s Bread blog has been doing a lot of artist interviews lately, as exciting for the images and studio shots as for the artist’s words.  Check out recent talks with Jered Sprecher and Michael Dopp.

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Trent Miller: Ten Years of Painting at the Central Madison Public Library, until September 30, 2011.  More Trent Miller.

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Leslie Laskey is showing collages on security envelopes, a body of work titled S.E.N.T. (image above) at Bruno David Gallery.  Kelley Johnson will be featured in a consecutive show in the gallery’s Works on Paper room.

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Stefanie Gutheil: Dreckige Katze at Mike Weiss Gallery, September 8-October 8, 2011.

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Ed Valentine: Untitled at Linda Warren Gallery, until October 22, 2011.  Allowing myself to be a little more editorial than usual: I love Valentine’s work because it manages to be a lot of things simultaneously–highly formal, crude, obsessively crafted, whimsical, cool, ugly, a graphic image, and a slow read.  Should be a good show!

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Gideon Bok is having 2 concurrent solo shows at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects in NYC.  Both record store at SHFAP’s main space and andywarholbobdylandavidbowie 1971  at a smaller upstairs space feature smallish paintings of LP record covers painted from observation as still lifes, one LP per painting.  Both shows are open until October 8, 2011.

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Corinne Wasmuht, “Llanganuco Falls”, 2008, in Precarious Worlds: Contemporary Art From Germany at the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum of Art, on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, September 9, 2011-January 9, 2012.

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