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Dean Smith at Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Dean Smith is included in the exhibition Drawing: The Beginning of Everything at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York through October 15, 2017. Artists featured include Ingrid Calame (American, born 1965), Tacita Dean (British, born 1965), Olafur Eliasson (Icelandic, born 1967), Ellen Gallagher (American, born 1965), Roland Flexner (American, born France, 1944), Mark Fox (American, born 1963), David Hammons (American, born 1943), Nancy Rubins (American, born 1952), Fred Sandback (American, 1943–2003), Tam Van Tran (American, born Vietnam, 1966), and Daniel Zeller (American, born 1965), among others.


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Eithne Jordan: Tableau at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

"In Jordan's exhibition at The Hugh Lane, Tableau, her works inhabiting the rooms of Charlemont House, once domestic, now public, become a Gesamtkunstwerk – a total work of art. These paintings, like a strange mirror, are observing us, and reflecting a repetition of lives lived. Jordan is working in the realm of the extraordinary, the humdrum extraordinary, bringing to the fore the details and perspectives of our reality, She creates an idea, not of contrast, but rather of dialogue, an indication of the continuity between the past and the present, between old and modern."


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Astrid Bowlby reviewed in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Edith Newhall reviews “Astrid Bowlby: When the Shadow Is Not Your Shadow,” organized by Marginal Utility for the Arcadia University Art Gallery.


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Astrid Bowlby: When the Shadow is Not Your Shadow at Arcadia University

Arcadia University Art Gallery is pleased to present “When the Shadow is Not Your Shadow”, an exhibition of recent work by Astrid Bowlby, an artist based in Philadelphia and Brooks, Maine. Recognized primarily for the biomorphic black line that distinguishes her drawings, prints, and room-filling installations, Bowlby has also developed an evolving body of sculpture employing a surprising array of materials that echoes the fluidity and expansiveness of her graphic work. Exhibition organized by Marginal Utility. Opening reception Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 6:30pm