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  • In New York City with its one major daily and two weeklies, it is no wonder that art blogs on the Internet and social art networking on Facebook have become so popular. Last fall and winter, there was the one HOT site to be seen discussing stuff. You guessed it ... the site belonged to critic Jerry Saltz of New York Magazine. 5000 (the Facebook lim...
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    Added by Ed Baynard on July 28, 2010 — No Comments

  • What I totally liked about the performances at The Kitchen was the joyous degree of non pretentious amateur “tricks.” The sculptor Robert Melee presented his friends and other artists to us, a packed house, as if we were still in school. Melee says these acts are "a wide range of artists I find inspirational." I like to think we had returned to...
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    Added by Ed Baynard on July 6, 201011 Comments

  • As a painter who writes I like to make connections between the art of others and the time they lived in (the stuff of life). Todd Levin, Art Advisor and sometimes curator, has made the perfect exhibit for Art and ephemera freaks. Levin works on his premise that there was a big change in America in the late '50's. His foundation is last year's popul...
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    Added by Ed Baynard on June 10, 2010211 Comments