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Uncategorized Dec 4, 2010

New Work by OnyxOne

OnyxOne was nice enough to send along some new water color work just for Curated. Enjoy! More after the jump. Read more
Art Mar 22, 2010

Charles Addams’s New York

The sly view of New York drawn through the eye of illustrator Charles Addams range from charming to creepy. In this range, Addams has created a vast assemblage of water colors, pencil sketches, cartoons, and more, which most famously… Read more
Art Sep 8, 2009

William Blake’s World

One of my favorite museums, The Morgan Library, opens its exhibition William Blake’s World: “A New Heaven Is Begun” this Friday. It marks the first Blake show at the Library in two decades, featuring over 100 works from the visionary… Read more
Art Aug 13, 2009

“Up Close: Henry Darger”

The American Folk Art Museum houses the single largest collections of work and drawing by Henry Darger. A major influence on a great many artists, Darger is one of the most important self-taught artists of the 20th-century. Up Close: Henry… Read more
Art Apr 29, 2009

Thais Beltrame “When All The Stars Are Gone”

Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is proud to present When All The Stars Are Gone, the first US solo exhibition of work by Brazilian artist Thais Beltrame. A new series of ink and watercolor works on paper will be on … Read more
Art Mar 7, 2009

Mike Perry at Giant Robot Gallery

Tonight, March 7, 2009, Mike Perry’s The Patterns Found in Space opens at Giant Robot Gallery in New York. The Brooklyn-based artist presents prints, original drawings and water colors. The 20 works will remain on view until April 8, … Read more
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