Monthly Archives: March 2017

Whitney Bien

Welcome to the Whitney MuseumThe Biennial continues through June 11, 2017A bit of controversy surrounds the new Whitney Biennial because of Dana Schutz’s painting of an open casket.  In fact instant death seems to be a factor for imagery that you … Continue reading

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Bien

Whitney MuseumRenzo Piano, ArchitectWe approach the Whitney Museum from the west.  It is a bright, sunny afternoon in New York City and it has been snowing earlier in the week, so we had a brilliant day to drive downtown and park to look around. &… Continue reading

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Women’s Work

Ceramics from Andrea PawarskiatThe YardsWomen’s Work is a group show at The Yards, which you can find on the northern edge of Rochester’s Public Market.  Open on Saturday from 10 – 2 pm, you go up two flights of stairs to the exhibition space and … Continue reading

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Art Is My Father

Arthur Singer  ( 1917-1990 ), Self Portraitcirca 1944During World War ll , in The “Ghost Army “Yes, I write about the visual arts, but Art is my father.  He was also known as Arthur – or if you were really close, Artie.  My dad – Ar… Continue reading

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