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From the Museum of Modern Art’s Christmas Card program (c. 1965-6), Lotus Editions is offering five original screen-printed cards by: Robert Indiana, Wen-Ying Tsai, Henry Pearson, Richard Anuszkiewicz and Reginald Neal. All are in pristine condition, never used, and with original envelopes.
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Happy to offer two splendid twentieth-century works of American art.
Top – Thom Wasley, “Squall Eastward (Buckroe Beach, VA),” 1960s; acrylic on English flax canvas (23″ x 28″)
Bottom – C. Michael Dudash, “Picnic,” 1993; oil on canvas (8″ x 10″)
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Swedish photographer Felicia Malmstrom at work in Midtown yesterday, trying to call attention to environmental issues.
Photographs: Stephen Wise
“If you only knew what God is offering and who it is that is saying to you: ‘Give me a drink,’ you, perhaps, would have been the one to ask, and he would have given you living water.” John 4:10
“A pure heart create for me, O God,
put a steadfast spirit within me.
Do not cast me away from your presence,
nor deprive me of your holy spirit.” Psalm 50
‘I know, but what a glorious fool. After you are gone Vincent, the world will understand what you have tried to say. The canvases that today you cannot sell for a hundred francs will one day sell for a million. Ah, you smile, but I tell you it is true. Your pictures will hang in the museums of Amsterdam and The Hague, in Paris and Dresden, Munich and Berlin, Moscow and New York. Your pictures will be priceless because there will be none for sale. Books will be written about your art, Vincent, novels and plays built around your life. Where ever two men come together who love painting, there the name of Vincent an Gogh will be sacred.’ Lust For Life, 1934
Recent work by artists-in-residence, and student artists, at Cooper Union (7 E. 7th St), through August 17, 2016.
Visitors to The Morgan Museum and Library today inspected Judas Returning the Thirty Pieces of Silver, a painting believed to be Rembrandt’s first masterpiece.
Performance art, elaborating on notions of reality and identity in a Hopperesque world of locked-up selves, projected and augmented by terabytes of data (images), split screens and refracted backgrounds, can be found in cities and towns throughout the U.S. — but is done especially well by Bridgman/Packer Dance, with Art Bridgman and Myrna Packer, premiering (in New York): Voyeur and Remembering What Never Happened — July 13, 14, 16 at the Sheen Center.
The Art Student League is presenting award-winning student work, from all the League’s classes, through June 18.
Rioult Dance returns to the Joyce Theater, with eight performances, June 21-26. Program A features Pascal Rioult’s “Women on the Edge: Unsung Heroes of the Trojan War,” including the world premiere of “Cassandra’s Curse.”
Cassandra is a prophetess, who knows what is to befall Troy and tries to warn the people but they ignore her. The work, with its contemporary echoes, includes original music by Richard Danielpour.
Sara Seger plays Casandra, and is brilliant in the role.