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The Photos of Nadia Sablin

The Photos of Nadia Sablin

Acclaimed photographer and SUNY New Paltz Professor Nadia Sablin is awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to return to rural Russia and continue documenting her father's family village.

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On the Cover: Joseph Richards' Photorealism | February 2019

The February 2019 cover of Chronogram features "Boatyard Lift," a quintessential photorealistic painting by Joseph Richards, whose work will be on display at the Carrie Haddad Gallery through February 24.

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An Unlikely Pairing: "Turner & Constable" at Clark Art Institute

British landscape art contemporaries Turner and Constable had a lifelong rivalry. A new exhibit at the Clark Art Institute brings the two greats together.

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9 Art Exhibits to See in February

A curated list of the art exhibits on display in the Hudson Valley in February.

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Outsider Folk Artist Inez Nathaniel Walker's First Solo Exhibit

American folk artist Inez Nathaniel Walker came to art behind bars, when she started drawing during a four-year sentence for manslaughter. An acclaimed outsider artist, Walker now has her first solo show at the Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College.

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Pops Peterson Speaks about His Reinventing Rockwell Series 2/3

Artist, performer, and writer Maurice “Pops” Peterson speaks about his Reinventing Rockwell painting series at Spencertown Arts Academy on February 3.

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Framed by Time: Luc Sante on Stanley Kubrick’s Early Photos

Luc Sante examines the early work of Stanley Kubrick’s photography work.

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Connecticut’s Prison Arts Program

Jeffrey Greene is the organizer for Connecticut’s Prison Arts Program, which is part of Community Partners in Action (CPA). This non-profit organization focuses on behavioral change of both current and past prison inmates.

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On the Cover: The Early Photography of Stanley Kubrick

“Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs” is on view at the Museum of the City of New York through January 6.

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Linda Montano "Dying to Perform"

Artist Linda Montano discusses her upcoming show at the Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz.

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8 Art Shows to See in the Hudson Valley in January 2019

Our pick of galleries around the Hudson Valley to visit this January for a dose of art and culture.

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“Linda Montano: The Art/Life Hospital”

A Multimedia Installation at the Dorsky Museum
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz announces “Linda Montano: The Art/Life Hospital,” an exhibition that explores the Hudson Valley-based artist’s explorations of healing, aging and death.

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Unison Arts Center Roars into 2019

After nearly closing a few years ago, Unison Arts Center in New Paltz is roaring into 2019 with more eclectic programming than ever.

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On the Cover: Nadine Boughton

This series of collage works by artist Nadine Boughton shows the sanitized high class women of the Modess sanitary napkin campaign in the 1950s in a new context—back in touch with nature.

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The Faces of Atlas Studios: A Creative Hub in Newburgh

Like many of the tenants at Atlas Studios, Thomas Wright and Joseph Fratesi moved their business from Brooklyn. In 2013, they bought and moved into a 55,000-square-foot warehouse. Now five years later, Atlas Studios is a creative powerhouse in Newburgh with over 40 tenants ranging from furniture makers to bookbinders.

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"Our Town: Images of Woodstock" at WAAM

A new show at WAAM offers insight into what Woodstock was like before the tourists and the festival changed everything.

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