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One Burning Question with Ted Gahl

Ted Gahl’s paintings resist definition. Working mostly in abstraction, Gahl’s works often incorporate drawn elements and concise written phrases into their seemingly deep layers of gestural accumulation. Just as serious about abstraction as he is interested in cultural reference and the occasional joke, the artist unveils a longtime art crush in this week’s One Burning […]

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Trees at Chelm & Read Gallery

Joan Mitchell: Trees May 15 – August 29, 2014 Cheim & Read Gallery 547 W 25th St. New York City cheimread.com

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David Adickes

Although I was born in Texas, my art education came from France; my influences are European art and architecture. I studied two years at the Atelier Fernand Leger in Paris (1948 -1950) and I traveled extensively, including a two year tour around the world settling at Antibes on the Cote d’Azur. My art is collected by several museums and […]

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Danilo Joanovic da Rudna

A girl is left alone sleeping in an unlocked rental car at the parking lot where lot of criminal activities often take place. The person at right is a car hiker coming to note the mileage and gasoline level. Finding her he gets horrified. With my work, that is always autobiographical, I try to slightly […]

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