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Antony Hudek

This Is a Collection of Information

George Waterman’s collection of 20th-century art documentation, currently based for the most part in Manhattan, consists of approximately 40,000 books and catalogues—growing at an estimated rate of 4,000 to 5,000 items a year—as well as numerous cartons tightly packed with gallery and museum invitations, cards, and ephemera.

Ouverture: Young contemporary artists from Emilia Romagna in New York

Little more than a block away from the construction site of the World Trade Center, on the second floor of a low-rise building oddly mismatched with its towering corporate surroundings, Ouverture is essential and urgent viewing for anyone concerned with the role of politically-conscious art on the threshold of Bush’s second term.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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