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The Chronogram Covers Show 

November 7-February 28 at Hudson Coffee Traders

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Since its launch in the fall of 1993, Chronogram has featured the work of hundreds of Hudson Valley artists on its cover. Unlike most publications, Chronogram does not put any text on the cover but its logo, allowing artists an unadorned canvas for their paintings, photographs, sculptures, illustrations, and mixed-media work. Some of the artists Chronogram has featured on its cover include Peter Max, Martin Puryear, Dion Ogust, Steven Spacarelli, Alex Grey, Emil Alzamora, Richard Butler, Denise Orzo, Kathy Ruttenberg, Eric Bean, Laura Levine, Stuart Bigley, Devorah Sperber, Steven Kenny, Keith Haring, Jeffrey Milstein, Edie Nadelhaft, Joe Concra, Zak Pullen, and Kevin Paulsen, among more than 200 others. We are grateful for the opportunity to display their work on the cover of Chronogram. This show not only represents the work of the artists, but also of the art directors who curated the covers. To date, Chronogram has had four art directors: Amara Projansky (cofounder), Molly Rubin, Carla Rozman, and David Perry (current). The sensibilities of Chronogram’s art directors have taken the cover in different stylistic directions, yet a tacit connection remains. Each cover represents the artistic vitality of the Hudson Valley—further proof that this region is a cultural hub. It is our pleasure to serve the creative community that exists here.
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