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Dan Christensen’s ‘Late Calligraphic Stains’ at Berry Campbell Gallery, New York

February 8, 2017 - Blouin Artinfo Datebook

Berry Campbell, New York presents an exhibition of paintings by late artist Dan Christensen (1942-2007) that will run from February 9 through March 11, 2017.     

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Eric Dever's Paintings Chosen for U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong

January 26, 2017 - Star Staff for East Hampton Star

The United States Consulate in Hong Kong is currently exhibiting two paintings by Eric Dever, who has a house in Bridgehampton. “NSIBTW-40” is an oil on canvas measuring 72 inches square; “NSIBTW-22” is an oil on linen of the same dimensions. 

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Secret Hamptons spots to visit during the off-season

January 26, 2017 - Roberta Bernstein for New York Post

Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill

In 2012, the venerable 120-year-old museum moved from Southampton to a stunning Herzog & de Meuron-designed building on 14 acres of meadow in Water Mill. The collection ranges from the 19th- to 21st-century (adults $12 , seniors $9, children under 18 free).

COLORFUL ADDITIONS EXPAND MOCA’S PERMANENT COLLECTION

January 25, 2017 - Denise M. Reagan

 

Some of the additions are featured in The Evolution of Mark-making, now on display on the second floor. Project Atrium artist Shinique Smith donated her Something from Nothing Bundle (2008). The hanging satellite contains clothing and accessories donated to a church in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which came to the artist when New Orleans refused clothing in lieu of funds.

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Artists You Need To Know On Instagram In Early 2017

January 15, 2017 - Noah Becker for Whitehot Magazine

Artists have been in constant production right up to the last days of 2016. Here are some images of new art that we have been noticing on Instagram in early 2017. Some of the work here is known to me already or collaborators of Whitehot Magazine and some unknown - mostly great artists to watch.

Let the games begin...WM

When Artists Ran the Show: ‘Inventing Downtown,’ at N.Y.U.

January 12, 2017 - Holland Cotter for the New York Times

When a call went out online recently for an art world protest strike — “no work, no school, no business” — on Inauguration Day, more than 200 artists, most based in New York, many well known, quickly signed on. In numbers, they represent a mere fraction of the present art world, and there was reason to expect the list would grow. By contrast, in New York in the 1950s, 200 artists pretty much were that world, and one divided into several barely tangent circles.    

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A BREATH OF FRESH AIR: PALM BEACH MODERN + CONTEMPORARY INAUGURAL FAIR PRESENTED BY ART MIAMI

January 10, 2017 - Bruce Helander for the Huffington Post

Jill Nathanson is a talented painter who makes magic on canvas by using a technique of poured polymer, which forms overlapping layers of translucency that provide unfamiliar albeit fresh gorgeous hues and are delightful to examine and savor. Over the last four decades, she has deepened her study of color dynamics through methodically delving into chance and risk to ultimately create unity. Berry Campbell, New York. (http://www.berrycampbell.com/)    

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Walter Darby Bannard (1934–2016)

December 13, 2016 - Barbara Rose

WALTER DARBY BANNARD WAS BORN TO WIN. He was the perfect American, a taller, more physically imposing but equally charming version of Warren Beatty, smiling and savvy, brilliant but mischievous. He could have been a movie star, a tennis pro, or at the very least a successful banker sporting a navy blazer and Exeter and Princeton degrees. But he wanted none of what the world could offer him.    

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The Permanent Collection: Materiality and Process” Opens at The Parrish Art Museum

December 12, 2016 - Hamptons Art Hub

The exhibition "Material Witness" speaks to the sheer physical presence of paint itself and how the artist’s application and use of color creates radiant and dynamic effects. In Blinds and Shades, Josh Dayton literally extends the painted surface by attaching sculptural forms to the canvas, while Herman Cherry and John Opper use color to create paintings that seem to vibrate with energy. Willem de Kooning’s ribbon-like strokes, cascading in swathes of vibrant color, attest to the primacy of the material substance in the evolution of painting. Six of the eight paintings in this exhibition are on view for the first time at the Parrish's Water Mill location.    

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Bridgehampton artist Eric Dever's painting NSIBTW 50 was acquired for the Parrish Art Museum's permanent collection.

November 16, 2016 - Pat Rogers for Hamptons Art Hub

Bridgehampton artist Eric Dever's painting NSIBTW 50 was acquired for the Parrish Art Museum's permanent collection. He is represented by Berry Campbell gallery in New York.

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