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‘Deadeye Dick’ at Peter Freeman, New York

Peter Freeman Inc will be hosting an exhibition, titled “Deadeye Dick: Richard Bellamy and His Circle”, at the gallery’s New York location.Curated by Judith Stein, author of the recently-published Richard Bellamy (1927-1998)…

Weekend Words: Resign

Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich, “Hungarian Rat Poison” (1757), engraving, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig (image via Web Gallery of Art) The CEOS on Trump’s economic advisory panels have resigned. So have members of…

An Art Critic’s Independent Gaze

In February of this year a friend of mine forwarded me a review that had appeared in the English newspaper, The Independent (February 1, 2017). The title of the review was blunt and to the point: “Overdosing on David Hockney: Why keep…

Hermann Nitsch at Marc Straus, New York

Marc Straus gallery will be hosting an exhibition of the works of Viennese artist Hermann Nitsch at the gallery’s New York location.The exhibition will feature 12 large-scale paintings by Hermann Nitsch (b. 1938, Vienna, Austria),…

My Favorite Parts of Neil Gaiman’s Journal

My introduction to Neil Gaiman was through American Gods, which I discovered in the fall of 2003, a few years after it came out. While he was hard at work making the magic happen that would become a bestselling novel, a comic book…

I Married a Non-Reader

This is a guest post from Tiffany D’Abate. Born in Kentucky and raised in Tennessee, Tiffany quickly learned that books + outdoors = happiness. After receiving her bachelor’s and master’s in English Literature, she swapped pine trees…

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