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Dana Notine

Dana Notine is a Curator and Art Historian based in Brooklyn, NY. She is finishing her MA in Art History at CUNY Hunter College, where she is currently writing her thesis on the event Quiet: We Live in Public by Josh Harris. She has held positions at the Brooklyn Museum, Art21, and Smarthistory.org.

Talia Levitt: My Moon

Levitt’s works sensitively depict objects atop tapestries which are cropped to suggest clothing or the body. A grid overlays the patterned backgrounds of the paintings, resulting in an acrylic texture that mimics a textile weave.

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SEPT 2021

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