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ARTNET Picks Jeanne Silverthorne As Thing To See In NYC


The ARTNET Editors picked Jeanne Silverthorne’s inaugural exhibition as one of the things to see in NYC this week.

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We are pleased to share Jeanne Silverthorne's installation in the two-person exhibition with Elaine Reichek, Invisible Citings, at the Addison Gallery of American Art on view September 1 to December 31, 2017. Gallery 1 In the boxes on the base are the following texts written out in invisible ink: Poems written in Gregg shorthand (“O… Read More...
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