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Alice's Wonderland

12 years ago by Susan Froyd
A cornerstone of New York City's bohemian world in the mid-twentieth century, leftist painter and portraitist Alice Neel left behind a scrapbook of her cultural milieu in the form of insightful depictions of the famous (among them, poet Frank O'Hara, theater entrepreneur Joseph Papp, composer Virgil Thompson, New York Mayor...
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Best Big Museum Exhibit (Since March 2001)

The reputation of late New York artist Alice Neel has been on the rise for decades, and her work became especially important to expressionists and to women artists beginning in the 1970s. It was then that Dianne Vanderlip, living in Philadelphia, organized the first-ever retrospective of Neel's career. In so...
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9 months ago by Westword Staff
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Best Big Museum Exhibit (Since March 2001)

Alice Neel

The reputation of late New York artist Alice Neel has been on the rise for decades, and her work became especially important to expressionists and to women artists beginning in the 1970s. It was then that Dianne Vanderlip, living in Philadelphia, organized the first-ever retrospective of Neel's career. In so...
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100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Kaitlyn Tucek

1 year ago by Susan Froyd
Kaitlyn Tucek’s work is built on a basic foundation of intensive mark-making: lines amassed into loose organic shapes and crossed by swashes of color, sometimes with one thematic foot in the real world – a swatch of land or drawings of the human heart – and sometimes not.
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Artbeat

17 years ago by Michael Paglia
Zip 37 (3644 Navajo Street, 303-477-4525) is an artists' co-op with an atmosphere that's equal parts alternative space and tacky gift shop. Right now, there's something special on display in the former: An Unwelcome Guest and Other New Paintings, an exhibit devoted to strangely compelling little pieces by emerging artist...
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Review: Declaration Is a Spectacular Display of Women's Work

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
Among the manifestations of the feminist movement in the ’70s was a critique of sexism in fine art. It was undeniable that at the time — and stretching back to antiquity — women had essentially been fenced out of painting and sculpture. (Interestingly, the barriers to women in ceramics and...
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A who's-who of women's-identity artists at the Myhren Gallery

6 years ago by Michael Paglia
Back in the 1980s, Philadelphia artist and collector Linda Lee Alter realized that the collection she had assembled was dominated by the works of men. So she decided to sell them off and begin building a collection exclusively dedicated to women. From the start, Alter intended that the collection would...

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