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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Back to School

by Whitney Kimball on September 3, 2013
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No more indoor screenings; this week, we are very busy and important people. Chelsea’s bringing the mega-openings. Prolific emerging artists are everywhere, and Transfer Gallery is back in action. And all through fashion week, the PowerSuit Boutique is making PowerSuits for all of us.

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Sargent’s Daughters: New LES Gallery to Open this November

by Hannah Garner on August 30, 2013
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Changes are afoot on East Broadway. Parade Ground, a short lived experiment on 187 East Broadway, has closed up shop. Meanwhile, Allegra LaViola, a gallery just down the street, will reopen as Sargent’s Daughter on November 6th. LaViola ran the gallery under her own name for six years and will close after its final show this month. Sargent’s Daughters will move into her East Broadway space and is a joint venture between LaViola and Meredith Rosen. Rosen was the director of BravinLee for four years.

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Report from NADA Hudson: The Historic Venue Phish Show of Art Fairs

by David Harper on August 2, 2011
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Artists, dealers, hipsters, and collectors thronged upstate this weekend for the NADA Hudson, deemed the “Phish show of art fairs.” 51 participants, from far and wide, aimed to showcase projects that responded to the historic venue. Overall, it was a cohesive and buoyant success.

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Jennifer Catron and Paul Outlaw Present Imeday Imeday Ollarday Icklenay

by Will Brand on January 4, 2011
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Jennifer Catron and Paul Outlaw Present Imeday Imeday Ollarday Icklenay Date: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10TH 2010 - SATURDAY, JANUARY 22ND 2011 Venue: Allegra LaViola Gallery, 179 East Broadway Catron and Outlaw’s prints, clever not-quite-restagings of art-historical canon, are supplemented by weekly dinner parties billed as “feasts for the apocalypse” in a “banquet hall of epic proportions”. Tickets to eat cost $100 […]

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