Monthly Archive for August, 2010

: August, 2010

“95 Artists” throw a party before closing

This blog rarely gets to venture into New York City, but here’s something I have to mention. Former Fairfield Weekly writer/photographer Sean Corbett curated the “95 Artists” exhibit at Umbrella Arts

10 years of Hygienic living

Coming up quickly is “Greetings,” the 10th aniversary exhibit of the Hygienic Artists in Residence, featuring works by the new and former members of the co-op. I keep mentioning the Hygienic to my

Take the 2 or 3 line to Brooklyn

If you’ve been meaning to visit the Brooklyn Museum, now is a good time go to if you’ve been watching “Work of Art” on Bravo. (If you live in Connecticut, I recommend the subway.) Hey, you’ve

In Greenwich: Latin art, and how to get it

Latin-American art is making strides in our formerly WASPy stronghold, and we’re better for it. I can’t think of a region that’s connected to more expressive works. So I was happy to get the following

Latin American culture finds an outpost in New London

The Expressiones Cultural Center in New London has a friendly art opening 5 p.m. Friday. Alyce Trebra, Linda Peduzzi and Guido Garaycochea show their recent works created with intimacy, between

Text your friends! An artist’s statement about our high-tech age at Haviland St. gallery

The 22 Haviland St. gallery’s Facebook page has a particularly nice image of New Haven artist Ronnie Rysz hanging his work in preparation for “Losing All Touch.” This past Sunday’s Pulse had a nice

Four-location art series is a study in red, white, black and gray

Chase Davis and Janelle Gordon are promoting something called the Spectrum of Colors Art Exhibit. Each week is a different exhibit keyed to a different color, in a different location. First up, Eileen

Strange and wonderful: Bamboo with a Central Park view

I first noticed the Starn twins three years ago when my parents too me to the Noyes Museum near my hometown. I expected the Noyes to have carved ducks and provincial crafts, and indeed it does, but I