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Paul Laster Interviews Hermann Nitsch on ARTPULSE

July 11, 2017

One of the founders of the radical art movement Viennese Actionism in the 1960s, Hermann Nitsch is widely known for his actions and paintings created for his ritualistic Theater of Orgies and Mysteries. Now 78, the Austrian artist has created thousands of artworks during...

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Jeanne Silverthorne in New York Times, 1999

July 1, 2017

New York Times 8/13/1999 Jeanne Silverthorne ‘The Studio Stripped Bare, Again’ Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris Article by Holland Cotter In this funny Grand Guignol installation, black electrical cords are everywhere. They hang in swags from the ceiling of the Philip...

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Liliane Tomasko

June 16, 2017

Liliane Tomasko will be in a two person show with Sean Scully at KUNSTWERK Sammlung Klein, Eberdingen-Nussdorf, Germany from June 25 on view till December 22, 2017. HÄNGUNG #17 beide | both – Sean Scully und Liliane Tomasko 25th June till 22nd December 2017

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Doug Argue Joins MARC STRAUS

June 14, 2017

NEW YORK – MARC STRAUS is proud to announce that Doug Argue has joined the gallery, where an exhibition of new paintings will open in early 2018. New York City-based artist Doug Argue’s thirty-year painting career has culminated in a well-known and recognizable body...

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Jeanne Silverthorne Interview in Bomb Magazine (1990)

June 11, 2017

From the archives: a 1990 interview between Jeanne Silverthorne and Saul Ostrow on Bomb Magazine. Here is an excerpt: “Saul Ostrow: The position some of us, as artists, find ourselves in is one of being overly conscious of an incredible number of details: whom...

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Jeanne Silverthorne in ARTFORUM 2008

June 11, 2017

Jeanne Silverthorne’s review in ARTFORUM 2008 by David Frankel: The most obviously, even cornily beautiful set of works in Jeanne Silverthorne’s show also neatly summed up some of the artist’s long-standing concerns. This was a group of floral still lifes from 2008, hung in ornate...

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Sandro Chia Reviewed on Artcritical

June 7, 2017

Artcritical takes a critical look at the Sandro Chia Spring show. Writer Nicola Stephanie writes: “In this sense, Chia can be seen to propose a sort of vision quest. Reiterations of looking and the remaking of representation are offered as a pathway, he seems to...

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