Paul McMahon accepts award on behalf of the Pictures Generation
Daniel Gordon in the New Yorker, by Vince Aletti
Glen Fogel wins Princes Grace Award
Catskill Citizens for Safe Energy, Event Fundraiser, October 17, 2009, Callicoon
This is the poster made by Thomas Winkler for the preview party that was held for us in a bar in the Wedding neighborhood of Berlin back in August. The exhibition is opening in Callicoon on Saturday, October 31, 4 to 6pm. More info coming soon!
"Quarry" by Glen Fogel
Now showing at MoMA: Daniel Gordon. Red Headed Woman. 2008. Chromogenic color print, 37 5/16 x 29 7/8" (94.8 x 75.9 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Fund for the Twenty-First Century. Image courtesy the artist. © 2009 Daniel Gordon,
Paintings on found paper by Ben Berlow
All Suffering Soon To End!, the summer-long inaugural exhibition of Callicoon Fine Arts, has ended.
Forrest Myers and Debra Arch Myers sculpture garden tour reviewed in the River Reporter by Jonathan Fox.
Forrest Myers and Debra Arch Myers Sculpture Garden Tour. 18 sculptures along the Delaware River. (drawing by Debra Arch Myers)
Forrest Myers & Debra Arch Myers, Sculpture Garden Tour, August 22, 2009, Callicoon.
Artnet.com Weekend Update by Walter Robinson.
Nightboat Books, Douglas A. Martin, Lytton Smith, Darcey Steinke, reading at Hamish and Henry Booksellers, August 1, 2009, Livingston Manor.
MGM Grand, dajointe & TONIGHT, June 27, 2009, Callicoon.
Callicoon Fine Arts and MGM Grand on the cover of the Times Herald-Record’s GO! Magazine:
Callicoon Fine Arts and MGM Grand on the cover of the Times Herald-Record’s GO! Magazine: By Sandy Tomcho
Andrew Appel, harpsicord, music by Couperin and Rameau, June 13, 2009, Callicoon.
The May 16th opening was a huge success, very well attended (I mean WELL attended). Even the wine, provided by the Callicoon Wine Merchant, was EXCELLENT. I was smiling ear to ear the whole time. A huge thank you to everyone who came up from the city and to all the wonderful area luminaries whose presence is the gallery’s raison d’être. Thanks go, as well, to Johanna Li, my downstate friend who couldn’t make it to the opening but sent flowers, and to the whole gang at Metro Pictures who sent up a wonderful bottle of champagne.
Artnet.com announces Callicoon Fine Arts opening
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