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Current Exhibition: Bonny Leibowitz @ Liliana Bloch Gallery. Dallas, TX.

  Bonny Leibowitz New Artifacts at Liliana Bloch Gallery June 25-July 23, 2016 Art talk: July 16th Liliana Bloch Gallery 2271 Monitor Street Dallas, TX. 75207 214-991-5617 http://www.lilanablochgallery.com/ info@lilianablochgallery.com The Liliana Bloch Gallery is proud to present a new exhibition by Dallas based artist Bonny Leibowitz. Bonny Leibowitz utilizes hand woven textiles alongside mass produced

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Current Exhibition: FARRELL BRICKHOUSE and in our Project Room: James Prez

Life On Mars Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition featuring the paintings of Farrell Brickhouse. Our opening reception will be Friday, November 7th and the exhibition will run through December 7th. We have created a 19-plate color catalogue with an essay by noted art historian Robert C. Morgan to accompany this exhibition. Click

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Current Exhibition: Jaqueline Cedar @ 106 Green. NYC.

JAQUELINE CEDAR November 22 through January 11 106 Green is pleased to exhibit 4 large-scale paintings by Jaqueline Cedar. Cedar’s paintings are improvisational spaces that delve into abstraction and psychological scenarios. Structure and shape simultaneously form and collapse, creating a sense of motion, depth, and atmosphere. The figures that inhabit them are almost life size,

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Upcoming Exhibition: Margaret Lanzetta @ Heskin Contemporary. NYC (Updated w/ installation views.)

Margaret Lanzetta: BLUES FOR ALLAH Oct 23-December 13, 2014 Opening Reception: Thursday October 23rd 6-9 pm Heskin Contemporary is pleased to present paintings by Margaret Lanzetta in her first solo exhibition with the gallery. Blues For Allah borrows its title from the 1975 Grateful Dead album honoring the progressive, democratically inclined King Faisal of Saudi

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Current Exhibition: Three Select @ Metroplis. Mechanicsburg, PA.

Metropolis Collective is proud to announce   a showcase of new abstraction in painting and sculpture during November and December.   “New Abstraction-3 Select” is a show created by three artists, Paul Nagle, David T Miller and Ian White Williams, each of whom selected three artists to show personal and highly original works rarely referencing recognizable topics or

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Upcoming Exhibition: Form and Facture: New Painting and Sculpture From New York. Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

Form and Facture: New Painting and Sculpture from New York November 1-December 13, 2014 Opening reception: Saturday, November 1, 7-9 pm Panel Discussion: Monday, November 17, 1 pm Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery Staller Center for the Arts Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11794-5425 http://zuccairegallery.stonybrook.edu/ Presenting new work by: Rachel Beach, Paul Behnke, Matthew Neil

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Current Exhibition: Jered Spreceher. Here and There @ TOPS Gallery. Memphis, TN.

Jered Sprecher Here & There On view: October 10 – December 7 Tops Gallery 400 South Front Memphis, TN 38103 info@topsgallery.com 901.340.0134 open Saturday 1-6pm and by appointment Tops Gallery is pleased to present Here & There, an exhibition of six paintings by Jered Sprecher.  The works in this exhibition have been selected for their

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Upcoming Exhibition: Reed Anderson. House of Yes @ Gallery 16. San Francisco.

REED ANDERSON HOUSE OF YES October 24 – December 31, 2014 Reception: Friday, October 24 6-9pm. Special Musical Guest: Ash Reiter and Sugar Candy Mountain Gallery 16 is excited to announce its first show with Brooklyn based artist Reed Anderson. Having been long time admirers of Reed’s work, we couldn’t be happier to finally be working

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Upcoming Exhibition: John Dilg and Pete Schulte/Also On View: Jered Sprecher @ Jeff Bailey. Hudson, NY.

  Jeff Bailey Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by John Dilg and drawings by Pete Schulte. Also On View will be new work by Jered Sprecher. The intimate scale of Dilg’s and Schulte’s works is in contrast to the vast pictorial space they suggest. Each artist uses subtle gradations of color

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