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A couple weeks ago I attended a talk at the New York Studio School. Titled “A Quiet Ask” (pictured below), it was an exchange between Brooklyn painter Glenn Goldberg and Elena Sisto, his longtime friend and a fellow artist. It was a discussion of Glenn’s work. It was a discussion of Glenn’s life. It was a discussion of how the latter informs the former, and the former the latter. And so it was that a very...
It was a somewhat grey and rainy, at times even almost chilly weekend in the city, but none of that would've registered as drab or a drag at all if you were one of the thousands upon thousands of visitors, artists, curators or incidental passers-through in Bushwick this past weekend. And that's because it was the big weekend of Arts in Bushwick's marquee annual event, Bushwick Open Studios. What's more, it was the 10th-anniversary iteration...
The relative slowdown of arts-related matters in August recently prompted me to put together a long, admittedly meandering list of items you might want to add to what could nonetheless be quite a robust art agenda for the month. It included notes about some current and forthcoming shows—visual art, dance, music, film, et cetera—at many different venues, and it traveled around NYC's boroughs a fair bit before heading upstate. It even veered off at...

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