Chronogram Magazine | Issue Archives | Oct 1, 2020
Bryan Zimmerman
Bryan Zimmerman’s photo of Chemi Rosado-Seijo’s Mahican Pearl-Hole (The Mahican Bowl), which opened on July 27.

October 2020

The October 2020 issue covers voting, grief, and the community of Kingston, NY all through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic. We explore hard cider making in the Hudson Valley. Lois Dodd and Shara Hughes exhibit at Parts & Labor in Beacon through October 25. Luc Sante talks with Peter Aaron about his new book of essays. We remember the life of Elena Zang who with her life partner, Alan Hoffman, founded one of the most prominent contemporary fine art galleries in the region. We look at the plans for the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's permanent home, slated for a 2022 opening. Last, we have gallery listings plus highlights from our favorite exhibitions this month.

On the Cover: The Mahican Bowl—Is It Art or Is It a Skate Park? | October 2020

A New Interactive Installation at Art Omi

By Anne Pyburn Craig

Arts & Culture

Food & Drink

Home & Garden


HV Towns

The River Newsroom

Kids & Family

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