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3CR THE THIRD COAST REVIEW: DON PERLIS| TRUMPWORLD

Review: Trumpworld Artist Don Perlis Channels the Theater of Times Square and Current America

“The whole body of Perlis’ work addresses other sides of New York City life–particularly his paintings of subway performers putting on circus-like performances on the handles and poles as the train cars speed through the tunnels. But even as New York City permeates Perlis’ work, it still possesses a universal urban mood that shows the need for entertainment in times of struggle and within a tiring metropolitan life. This is the artist’s first exhibition in Chicago and he hopes it will not be the last. Here’s hoping his characters return again soon to the Windy City.”

 

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FRANK HYDER: JANIS JOURNEY AT THE MICHENER MUSEUM

The Morning Call reviews Frank Hyder’s exhibition at the Michener Museum, Doylestown, PA.

“In your face: Inflatable head sculptures at Michener Museum make bold statements about humanity”

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AMIR HARIRI: PANK MAGAZINE

A conversation with Amir Hariri

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SUI PARK : THE CHAUTAUQUAN DAILY

The Chautauquan Daily wrote about Parks work.

“New York-based Sui Park, who has a background in both fiber arts and interior architecture, has crafted intricate structures from the most modest of materials. “Mostly Cloudy” is a series of hanging, three-dimensional oval shapes that are reminiscent of both clouds and amoebas. From a distance, they look as though they may be formed from glass or resin, but closer inspection reveals that they are made from thousands of zip ties, linked together in loops to create three-dimensional forms. The object themselves are stunning, but just as intriguing are the shadows they create on the wall behind them”

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PAULA ELLIOT: ARTCRITICAL

Paula Elliot was featured on ArtCritical by Senior Editor, David Cohen:

“This is the last week to catch Elliot’s show of works on paper at Denise Bibro. Containment and release are the dueling protagonists in the quiet drama of these gently seething mixed media works on paper. Bulbous, pulsating, billowing calligraphs of charcoal and pastel seem either to emanate from, or miraculously support, clean-edged vessels or platforms, often in sharper, chirpier palette than the complementary sooty emissions. In any event, the genie is out of the bottle.”

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MARK HADJIPATERAS : CULTURE NOW

Online platform Culture Now reviews “Natural Habitat”

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MARK HADJIPATERAS : INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE CENTER

International Sculpture Center reviews Mark Hadjipateras’s solo exhibition at the Gallery.

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ARTE FUSE: Distance Avails Not

“Distance Avails Not” : Art from the Boros IV at Denise Bibro Fine Art by Eileen G’Sell

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DON KIMS: THE CHAUTAUQUAN DAILY

Review: Punching upward to move forward

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