Happy Holidays! Have a Wonderful 2009!

  Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, New York We’re thankful for the many wonderful opportunities this year.  We are especially grateful for our friends, families, collaborators, and supporters from around the globe.  We wish you a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful new year. Also, watch for our brand new web site in January 2009!

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Top Ten 2008, by Jerry Saltz, Artnet Magazine & New York Magazine

      We are delighted that our exhibition at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center / MoMA was cited by critic Jerry Saltz as one of the best group shows of the year in NYC.  We greatly thank curator Phong Bui and the remarkable staff at P.S.1 for the opportunity, as well as the participating artists, their galleries, and our generous donors, whose financial support made this exhibition possible.  Thank you. Top Ten 2008, by Jerry Saltz, […]

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National Endowment for the Arts Issues Research Note on Women Artists: 1990 to 2005


  The artists of A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, early 1970s Among the key findings: * Female artists earn less than male artists. * Women make up just under half of all artists nationwide (46 percent), yet they are underrepresented in many artist professions. * Women have achieved a greater presence in some artist occupations. * Women artists are as likely to be married as female workers in general, but they are less likely to have children. […]

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Carol Salmanson: Diaphany, Mixed Greens, New York, NY


  View from street November 13, 2008 – February 7, 2009 Mixed Greens is thrilled to announce their inaugural exhibition in the Glow Room Project Space: Carol Salmanson’s Diaphany. In May of 2005, Mixed Greens announced their arrival at 531 West 26th Street with glowing green windows. Over three and a half years, the unexpected surprise faded into a tired constant. On November 13, Carol Salmanson will debut a new piece in the windows, transforming […]

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Siri Berg: It’s All About Color, Franklin 54 Gallery, New York, NY

  Siri Berg, It’s All About Color #6 Japanese woodblock prints on  archival board, 60 x 30 inches November 20 – December 28, 2008 Franklin 54 Gallery presents collage works and assemblages by Siri Berg. Rich in color and design, the “It’s All About Color” series is comprised of 6 large panels of 20 individual rectangular Japanese wood block prints within each panel. The series starts with little color in the copper, grey and green […]

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ME(N)TAL, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Centre, Athens, Greece

  Douglas Melini, A Sensible Ecstasy, 2008 Acrylic on canvas / acrylic on wood, 181×115 cm November 20, 2008 – January 10, 2009 While Mondrian strived to finish his last work, Victory Boogie Woogie, endlessly repainting over the surface of the canvas, he realized that the end of WWII might have been at hand, but that his own war with geometric abstraction was to continue, its fierceness unabated. The sense of disquiet and confusion generated […]

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