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A Review of William DeMichele’s Marks of Identity Exhibit at the Photo Center of the Capital Region

William DeMichele's Marks of Identity at the Photo Center of the Capital Region
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William DeMichele’s Marks of Identity Exhibit, Review, Photo Center of the Capital Region, Troy Through August 21, 2011, selected works of world-renowned local photographer, William DeMichele, are on display at the Photo Center of the Capital Region in Troy. Many of the photographs in the Marks of Identity exhibit have previously only been displayed in [...]

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The Fence Select Show at the Arts Center of the Capital Region, Review

Jun Xia, Portrait, Fence Select Show
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Review of The Fence Select Show 2011 at the Arts Center of the Capital Region Currently on display at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in downtown Troy is The Fence Select Show, an annual juried art show that features a vibrant and unique selection of local artwork. According to the Arts Center, the [...]

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The Landscape of Memory at the New York State Museum, Review

Fred Eckmair, NY State Museum
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Fred C. Eckmair Prints: The Landscape of Memory, NY State Museum, Review The work of acclaimed upstate New York native printmaker Fred C. Eckmair is now on display at the Crossroads Gallery on the first floor of the New York State Museum. The exhibit, entitled “The Landscape of Memory” showcases over fifty of the Eckmair’s [...]

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It’s a Helluva Town: New York, New York! The 20th Century at the Hyde, Review

42nd Street Times Square, Manhattan (Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, 2005)
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New York, New York! Exhibit, Hyde Collection, Review New York. Love it or hate it, there is nothing quite like it. From the dirty water hot dogs to the skyscrapers, from Indian row, Chinatown, 5Pointz and Harlem, from the subway series to the 1977 blackout, from rush hour traffic to the bustling crowds that populate [...]

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Paper as Art: A Review of the Paper Works Exhibit at LARAC’s Lapham Gallery

Tendril029 by Russell Serrianne, Paper Works
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Paper Works, Lapham Gallery, LARAC, Review Paper has always been a fundamental part of the history of Glens Falls, playing a central role in the city’s development over the past two centuries and remaining an important feature of the local economy to this day. With this in mind, it is fitting that Paper Works, the [...]

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Seneca Ray Stoddard and Harnessing the Hudson at the Chapman Historical Museum in Glens Falls (Review)

Seneca Ray Stoddard, Coney Island Beach Bathers, ca. 1885. Courtesy Chapman Historical Museum
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Harnessing the Hudson and Seneca Ray Stoddard, Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls (Review) Two exhibitions are currently underway at the Chapman Historical Museum through September: “Seneca Ray Stoddard’s Photos of New York Bay” and “Harnessing the Hudson: Waterwheels to Turbines.” Seneca Ray Stoddard was a Glens Falls-area photographer, mapmaker and writer in the 19th and [...]

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George Rickey’s The Art of a Kinetic Sculptor Provides New Walking Tour for Albany

george rickey kinetic sculpture
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George Rickey’s The Art of a Kinetic Sculptor, Albany A new walking tour in downtown Albany brings world renowned art to the sidewalk. The 2011 Sculpture in the Streets exhibition sponsored by the Albany Downtown Business Improvement District features the art of late American kinetic sculptor George Rickey.  Only the third of its kind, the [...]

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Vantage Gallery’s 1/4 Mile Exhibit, Review

1/4 Mile Exhibit, Vantage Gallery, Glens Falls
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1/4 Mile Installation, Vantage Gallery, Art in the Public Eye, Review It isn’t every day that you come upon an installation that makes you stand in awe and go, “Wow!”, but situated along Glen Street in the newly opened Vantage Gallery in downtown Glens Falls, is just such an exhibit. The abstract wood sculpture, 1/4-Mile, [...]

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Impasse & Motion: Music Photography at the Saratoga Arts Center

Impasse & Motion: Ten Photographers’ Journey Through Instants in Music. Photo Courtesy of Eric Jenk
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Impasse & Motion at the Saratoga Arts Center, Review When Impasse & Motion: Ten Photographers’ Journey Through Instants in Music opened on June 4 at the Saratoga Arts Center, within three hours, more than 400 people had visited the gallery – making it one of the largest openings the Arts Center has ever seen. So [...]

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Review of Hajo: An Artist’s Journey at the Albany Institute of History & Art

Hans-Joachim Richard Christoph, 1924. Courtesy of Peter and Florence Christoph
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Hajo: An Artist’s Journey at the Albany Institute of History & Art, Review Sometimes it’s hard to understand exactly how we ended up where we ended up. Love, boredom, warmer weather, they push and pull us all over, even to the point of nausea sometimes. But work, and our eagerness to make an honest living, [...]

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