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8 Art Exhibits to See this December in the Hudson Valley

8 Art Exhibits to See this December in the Hudson Valley

Several Hudson Valley art shows to check out this December.

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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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"All of Us" Portraits of Ghent Citizenry by Richard Beaven

A broad photographic survey of the present-day Ghent citizenry in honor of the town's centennial.

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SUNY New Paltz Faculty Nadia Sablin Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Photographs From Russia
Nadia Sablin, assistant professor of photography at SUNY New Paltz, has been awarded a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship to deepen her focus on a decade-long project photographing her ancestral village in Russia.

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It's a Gas: Lite Bright Neon

A Photo Essay
Two artists in Midtown Kingston resurrect the art of neon.

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"Death is Irrelevant" at HVMoCA

Who Crucifies a Skeleton?
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the Hudson Valley Center of Contemporary Art in Peekskill has changed its name to the Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art, and for the first time, presents an exhibition drawn from the private collection of its founders, Marc and Livia Straus.

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2018 Fall Arts Preview: Art Exhibits

Different exhibits happening around the Hudson Valley during the 2018 fall season.

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Acrylic Striations: "Stan Lindwasser 2018"

Beacon-based artist Stanley Lindwasser’s latest acrylics paintings.

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The Photos of Andrew Zuckerman

Photographer Andrew Zuckerman traveled the world to capture the subjects seen in his books Creature (2007), Bird (2009), and Flower (2012).

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"The Virginia Project: Chagall in High Falls"

High Falls resident Tina Barry partnered with 14 female visual artists in a collaborative project that pairs Barry’s poems with visual works inspired by the poems. "The Virginia Project" will open at the Wired Gallery in High Falls on October 27, and will remain on view through November 25.

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"Brick by Brick" at ArtsWestchester

New Exhibit Weaves Hudson Valley History Together with Contemporary Art
From tanning to cement mining, the Hudson Valley was built on industry.

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Elizabeth Phelps Meyer Exhibits at Art Centro

"Each Day, Water" by Elizabeth Phelps Myers is on display at Art Centro in Poughkeepsie this month.

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