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Meisha Rosenberg

Meisha Rosenberg

Politics, Visible

by Meisha Rosenberg July 11, 2012

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This year’s regional exhibition—the 76th in a robust tradition—feels different from those of previous years. It’s not that some familiar names don’t reappear; it’s that this exhibition held together more and felt like a timely ...

University Art Museum

A City Near You

by Meisha Rosenberg June 14, 2012

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Invisible Cities at MASS MoCA was inspired by Italo Calvino’s 1972 novel of the same name, a work imagining Marco Polo’s descriptions of fantastical cities upon his visit to Kublai Khan. In the novel, Calvino ...

Mass Moca

Upstate Smorgasbord

by Meisha Rosenberg August 10, 2011

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  These days, artists eligible for the Mohawk-Hudson Regional, who must live within a 100 mile radius of Albany, are as likely to have grown up in Albuquerque as to be from here. So what makes ...

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It Really Does Make Perfect

by Meisha Rosenberg February 4, 2010

Since 2002, when the Opalka Gallery first opened and held an all-faculty show, the arts faculty of the Sage Colleges has grown. So what defines this group of 16 artists? What you’ll find is a ...

Hill and Dale

by Meisha Rosenberg January 21, 2010

The Woodstock Land Conservancy (WLC), a nonprofit group founded in 1988, has managed to save more than 1,000 acres of land from developers’ machines. For this exhibition, the Center for Photography at Woodstock collaborated with ...