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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.


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.


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.


9 Art Exhibits to See in February

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


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.


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.


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

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


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.


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.


Linda Montano "Dying to Perform"

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


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.


“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.


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.


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.


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.


"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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Death is Irrelevant: Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection, 1975–2018 @ Hudson Valley MOCA

Death is Irrelevant: Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection, 1975–2018

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