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Madison Fishman

Monday Links

5 Things to Read This Week

Happy Monday Atmos! Want to ease into your week with us? Grab your coffee and extend your weekend a little longer. Here’s what we’re reading this Monday morning: How Maverick Artist Cy Gavin Painted His Own Way From Bermuda to the Rubell Foundation They Know Why You Fly: Martha Rosler on Her Airport Photographs Protest Art: What Is It Good For? How to Sell a Frank Lloyd Wright House ‘Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire’ at the Fine Arts…

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At the Studio

At The Studio: Jaqueline Cedar

Today at Atmos we’re speaking with painter, Jaqueline Cedar in her Brooklyn Studio. Read along for a chance to hear about her practice and her teaching moments at The Whitney, MoMA and Met. *This interview has been edited and condensed. Atmos: Thanks for meeting me today. Everyone has a different art background, how they got into this. Can you explain a little bit, how you started? Jaqueline: Yes, from how far back? A: Just as far back as you want. J: I was interested…

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At the Gallery

TBT: No Wrong Answers

It’s Throwback Thursday which means today we’re featuring the 2014 Chad Kouri exhibition, No Wrong Answers: Paper Paintings and Various Editions. Exhibited at Johalla Projects, the show promised to delve into “Kouri’s ability to intuitively decipher and respond to primary forms and colors”. The exhibition showcased both paper paintings as well as several multiples projects. Interested in his most recent work? Check out his artcloud profile here. Image Courtesy of Chad Kouri and Johalla Projects.  Please follow and like us:…

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The Perfect Art Day

The Perfect Art Day: Hamptons Edition

Parrish Art Museum Go See: Clifford Ross: Light | Waves July 16, 2017 to October 15, 2017 “Fascinated by the force and rhythm of nature and a desire to simulate and enhance these characteristics, Ross invented and patented new camera systems, taking the photographic process to another level.”. The Dan Flavin Art Institute Go See: Mary Heilmann: Painting Pictures June 29, 2017–May 27 “Heilmann’s encounters with the work of artists closely associated with Dia’s history, such as Dan Flavin and…

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At the Bookstore

Summer Days Staten Island

The end of summer is rapidly approaching and we are none too pleased about it. If you’re in the mood to memorialize your summer in the form of a coffee table book…look no further. Woman Cutting Grass is reproduced from Summer Days Staten Island, a collection of Christine Osinski’s photographs of early-80s Staten Island. “Staten Island was a perfect place for me at the time. There was no one looking over my shoulder, nobody to impress, no galleries, no art…

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Monday Links

5 Things to Read This Week

Happy Monday Atmos! Want to ease into your week with us? Grab your coffee and extend your weekend a little longer. Here’s what we’re reading this Monday morning: Winter Whiteout is coming—to Madison Square Park with art installation A Long-Lost Willem de Kooning, Stolen Over 30 Years Ago, Was Just Returned by Good Samaritans Artists Evicted from Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District Meet Singularity Black, the Blackest Paint on the Market Jim Carrey is an Obsessed Painter and He’s Selling His…

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At the Gallery

Erica Reade: Beach Lovers

Opening Reception Alert! Erica Reade’s solo photo show, Beach Lovers’ at Picture Farm in Brooklyn opens tonight from 7-10pm. Originally from Montreal, Reade is now Brooklyn-based. Of the series the artist says, “I spend a lot of time observing beach-goers at Rockaway Beach, Queens;  their bodies swaying in the waves, splayed out half-asleep on sandy towels, or chasing small children around with more sunscreen. We are raw and exposed on the beach, stripped of our clothes, our makeup, our status markers.” The exhibition is…

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At the Gallery

Sally King Benedict at Quogue Gallery

Our favorite artist, Sally King Benedict, has a show opening at Quogue Gallery today. You don’t want to miss it! The exhibition will be open through August 30th and is featuring an artist reception on August 12th from 5-7pm. To hear our conversation with Sally and to learn more about her practice, click here! Image Courtesy of Sally King Benedict and Quogue Gallery.  Please follow and like us:…

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The Perfect Art Day

The Perfect Art Day: Boston Edition

If you find yourself in Boston this summer, read below for our Summer Boston art picks! Museum of Fine Art Go See: Alfred Stieglitz and Modern America July 22 – November 5 “Featuring 36 photographs, the exhibition showcases fine examples of his New York views, portraits and photographs that Stieglitz took at his family’s country home at Lake George”. Institute of Contemporary Art Go See: Dana Schutz July 26 – November 26 “Schutz’s paintings combine abstraction and figuration with expressive imagination, fragmented…

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At the Gallery

Unquestionable Optimism

Who needs another excuse to go to the Hamptons this summer? Open until Sunday is Unquestionable Optimism. Curated by Lindsay Howard, the show is currently on at Johannes Vogt’s East Hamptons space, the Barn. This is the gallery’s third consecutive year hosting the summer exhibition at the private property. The show features twenty artists who work in a range of medias. “Unquestionable Optimism” brings together artists who maintain a persistent focus on positivity in their work, often in an effort…

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