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Andrew Sands: Morality and the Arts

Bangkok, Thailand.  The stuff of art is an important business. Good art is transformative. It is likely to change our minds and broaden our horizons. In so doing, it instructs us on how to live, love and work with one another. Hinting at the life worth leading, it challenges norms and gives sustenance to the individual […]

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Roosevelt Island Art Bridges Two NYC Boroughs

New York, N.Y.  Roosevelt Island has been much in the news as Cornell prepares to make it the East Coast’s tech center. This narrow, 2.5 mile long island, opposite the U.N. at one end and Gracie Mansion at the other, is also establishing itself as a major art center in New York. It is the […]

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Cuban Art after Historic Venice Biennale Return

By Cynthia Artin, edited by Jim Luce. New York, N.Y.  Curated by Rachel Weingeist, “Adjoining Islands: The Cuban Pavilion in Manhattan” came to Chelsea from Cuba’s first official participation in the prestigious Venice Biennale in over fifty years. The works include painting, sculpture, works on paper, and light forms that draw one into an intoxicating, dimensional […]

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Georgette Sinclair’s Work to be Featured at NYC’s Salmagundi Club

By John Laing, edited by Jim Luce. “I first met the exceptionally talented Georgette Sinclair at the Roosevelt Island Visual Artists’ Association (RIVAA) that I have watched since it formed several years ago.  When I learned that she had a show scheduled at the famous Salmagundi Club’s Patrons’ Gallery, I knew I would have to […]

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