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I probably don't need to open this post with a lengthy, serpentinely worded commentary or critique on how the generally befuddling, definitively unseemly, ethically incongruous, historically anomalous morass of tawdry affairs that characterizes the current status quo of the transfer of power at the executive level of the government of our United States of America gets increasingly awkward, mentally cumbersome and phenomenally embarrassing from one day to the next, and in accelerating modes that...
The new exhibition season in NYC is not yet a week old, but it's fair to say that it's already, in a quantitative sense, well underway. That is, there were just enough gallery openings last week to note without exaggeration that there are now hundreds of new exhibits for you to see all around town. Sounds daunting, right? And wonderful as well? A welcome thrust of activity? True, true and true. Also, it's just the start. Plenty...
Founded in the early 1970s by a group of 20 artists hoping to further their own careers and those of female artists in general by sharing their resources and working collectively, SOHO20, a true NYC institution, has by now informed and affected nearly half a century of art history by injecting it with a whole lot of what was once much more direly lacking: her side of the story, or Herstory. SOHO20’s decades of exhibitions...

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