Saturday, January 29, 2011

Opening @ C. Bass Fine Arts, and other stuff

Here are a few images from last weekend's opening at C. Bass International Fine Arts Co.'s second opening, Chapter 2: boredom and fear and anger....Jonathan Livingston Seagull.  The gallery now has a website as is indicated by the colored text of the gallery's name..

 David Hammons, African American Flag
Though thoroughly unrelated, I can't help but think of Elia Gurna's chromatic flag tweaking from the 2006 edition of Windows on Main St.
Karlos Carcamo's "Liberty St" 
Note, Karlos has a brand spanking new website with his work.  Also, part two of the Illustrious Mr. X exhibit Karlos co-curated with Greg Slick opened this past week at the Dorsky Museum in New Paltz, NY. 

Elements of Jane Johnston's Complaint and Newburgh Kitchen along with 
Holly Laws The Dog Tag Project in the foreground.

I kept trying to take a shot that would make it look like one of the suspended balls in Wolfgang Berkowski's Hard Rain was about to slip into this dude's mouth.  This was the best one, and it's not very good. 

Also last week, I stopped in briefly to the reopening of the Loeb Art Center at Vassar.  They galleries were closed for seven months for renovation.  The Harold Roseman Hole in the Wall mural from last year has been buried under some fresh white paint.  The new photo exhibit of scenes of Vassar life by Tina Barney, Tim Davis and Katherine Newbegin opened last night. 

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