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  • May 28, 2014 • Culture

    A Narrative and a Punchline: An Interview with Artist Jay Miriam

    Looking at today’s contemporary art world as an “old masters aficionado,” some may say there are missing pieces that could be attributed to a differing appreciation for materials and technique or differing justifications. Jay Miriam...

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  • March 21, 2014 • Culture

    Real Talk in Marfa with Rosa Barba

    I can now personally confirm Marfa, Texas lives up to the “hype”. Is it the people, the past, the future, the unknown, art speak, or the desolate landscape? Hard to point to one particular thing, but somewhere in the mix I became...

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  • January 28, 2014 • Culture

    Betty Tompkins: A Chromatic Loss

    I met Betty Tompkins over two years ago, while visiting her studio. Her personality and diligence with the art market stuck with me. She is a maverick in her subject matter and is as fearless as they come. Fast forward two years later,...

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