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Aimée Brown Price

Aimée Brown Price is an art historian, teacher (Caltech among others); lecturer, author (Pierre Puvis de Chavannes [Yale University Press, 2010], contributor to periodicals including the Art Bulletin, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Art in America; sometime guest curator (Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam; Bunkamura and Shimane Museums, Japan), and critic.

Graham Nickson: Eye Level

Graham Nickson's most recent exhibition displays a revelatory new subject matter. Until now, Nickson has been generally associated with two kinds of work. His most expansive paintings like Pelican Bay Bathers (2006) are often on large conjoined panels and comprise figures in carefully calibrated, iconic poses in beachside settings, rendered in intense blasts of clear color.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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