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Upcoming Exhibition: Second Family @ 2 Rivington St. NYC.

Please join this extended family of artists and friends for some collectively conceived, collaboratively organized fun. ‘SECOND FAMILY‘ is an expansion of, and cousin to, our recent ‘Family Style’ artist-run exhibition, fostering community and camaraderie. We hope to see you for this gathering of new friends, past loves, and a family reunion of sorts. It’s

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Upcoming Exhibition: Paper Giants @ Proto Gallery. Hoboken, NJ.

PAPER GIANTS Opening Reception Saturday September 20, 2014 6:00 PM Please join us to celebrate the first exhibition of the 2014-2015 season at Proto Gallery, PAPER GIANTS, featuring contemporary large-scale works on paper by: Ky Anderson Meg Lipke Vicki Sher   PAPER GIANTS will be on view from Saturday September 20, 2014 to Sunday October 19, 2014 at

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Current Exhibition: Sanda Iliescu: In the Garden of (Plastic) Paradise @ Gallery Molly Krom. NYC

Sanda Iliescu: In the Garden of (Plastic) Paradise Gallery Molly Krom, New York Sept. 5 – Oct. 5, 2014 Opening Reception: Sunday, Sept. 7, 6 – 9 pm Gallery Molly Krom is pleased to present “In the Garden of (Plastic) Paradise,” a show of recent drawings and collages by Sanda Iliescu. An artist whose work

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Upcoming Exhibition: Ellen Lesperance. You & I Are Earth @ Adams and Ollman. Portland, OR.

ELLEN LESPERANCE: YOU & I ARE EARTH SEPTEMBER 5—27, 2014  OPENING RECEPTION:  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 FROM 6—9PM Adams and Ollman is pleased to announce You & I Are Earth, an exhibition of new works by Ellen Lesperance, on view from September 5 through September 27, 2014.     Additional information on the exhibition can be

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Upcoming Exhibition: Eugene James Martin. Favorite Blues @beta pictoris. Birmingham, AL

Eugene James Martin Favorite Blues September 5 – October 31, 2014 opening Friday, Sept. 5 (6-8pm) Black artists may have been marginalized, but one can no longer dismiss them as outsiders. They have been as central to Abstract Expressionism as Norman Lewis or Charles Alston and as central to the shaped canvas of the 1960s

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