Seen and Liked. Kate Bright, In Deep

It's not too late to see the paintings of Kate Bright at Locks Gallery just on Washington Square.

The hanging of the show at Locks is perfect. Setting up a quiet mezzmerizing environment to view these incredibly intimate and transporting paintings. No humans or objects invade the space of the ripples and relection of these bodies of water. 

These paintings are not imitations of water. They are movies in your mind caught in a loop one feels they can remain in forever.

Edith Newhall reviews : Josette Urso : Here and Then

Precisely nowhere by Edith Newhall (Philadelphia Inquirer June 17, 2012)

Josette Urso's oil paintings on panels conjure things and places in her real life quickly and democratically jotted down, but without a there there. The mutable areas between her gestures, lines, and scaffolding-like shapes suggest the time, as much as the physical space, that lies in between each observance.

Last days to see 30 Americans at the Corcoran

It’s the last days to get a chance to see this survey of African American Artists.

from the website:
30 Americans is a wide-ranging survey of work by many of the most important African American artists of the last three decades. Selected from the Rubell Family Collection, the exhibition brings together seminal figures such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and David Hammons with younger and emerging artists such as Kehinde Wiley and Shinique Smith.


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