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The Unknown Hopper

by The Staff June 5, 2014

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  Before he became recognized as a master American painter, Edward Hopper had a 20-year-long career as an illustrator. The Norman Rockwell Museum turns the spotlight on this early work with their new exhibit, The Unknown ...

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These Shining Lives

by The Staff February 22, 2013

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  Curtain Call Theatre is currently presenting the regional premiere of Melanie Marnich’s These Shining Lives, a true-to-life play about working women whose jobs are, literally, killing them. Set in the early 20th century, These Shining Lives ...

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Eugene Ludins: An American Fantasist

by The Staff February 14, 2013

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  This exhibit, opening this weekend at the New York State Museum, shines a light on 20th-century Woodstock artist Eugene Ludins, a painter of “realist and fantastical landscapes, provocative political allegories, and insightful portraits.” Ludins was associated ...

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Gordon Parks: 100 Moments

by The Staff January 23, 2013

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  The New York State Museum will celebrate the centennial of renowned photographer Gordon Parks with an extensive, large-scale collection of his photographs organized by and drawn from the collection of the New York City-based Schomburg ...

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New York, New York! The 20th Century

by The Staff June 8, 2011

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New Yorkers take some serious pride in their island metropolis—if the Donald Trump-Sarah Palin pizza-pie gaffe is any indication—and up north in Glens Falls, the Hyde Collection is celebrating a century of the life, culture, ...

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