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Irish Travellers in Brattleboro

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Photographers have long been captivated by itinerant peoples. Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans photographed migrant laborers and sharecroppers... Read More »

It’s TIME for Amy Stacey Curtis

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Amy Stacey Curtis was a math whiz before she became an artist, so it is only natural that... Read More »

Joe Nicoletti Has the Blues

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Though I have known Joe Nicoletti for more than 30 years now and have admired his paintings even... Read More »

Joel Babb’s Real World

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Joel Babb possesses that preternatural ability to paint complex visual realities both with high fidelity and poetic expression.... Read More »

Let’s Hear It for Local Yokels!

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Three years ago, on March 6, 2008, I called your attention to Boston Phoenix art critic Greg Cook’s... Read More »

Like Breath on Glass

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When I was doing graduate work at Simmons College back in the early 1970s, I often spent my... Read More »

Maine Art New

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Though only a handful of readers may have noticed, Just Looking is now being posted every two weeks... Read More »

Maine in the Abstract

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Last week I was contacted by the Abbeville Press’s Abbeville Manual of Style to do an on-line interview... Read More »

Maine Masterpieces at $20 Each

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Twice in recent months I have been privileged to provide introductory remarks before the public showing of videos... Read More »

Maine Modern

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Carol A. Wilson is the only architect in Maine who is a Fellow of the American Institute of... Read More »

Manchester, NH: Grand Re-Opening for Currier

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The wind was blowing hard and cold through Manchester, New Hampshire, the first week of April when I... Read More »

Maverick Maine Painters on the Web

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Over the years I’ve been fortunate enough to spend time with a great many artists, from the famous... Read More »

Minimal New Hampshire

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Frank Stella, the pioneering Minimalist who is among the greatest contemporary American artists, is also one of the... Read More »

Modernism from Hartford to Portland

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Back in 2006, the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut, received a $140,000 grant from the National Endowment for... Read More »

Modulating a Maine Modernist

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Back in the 1950s, three artists lived in a building on 28th St. in New York City. Bernard... Read More »

My Christmas Wish List

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In truth, there is nothing I want for nor anything I want for Christmas this year other than... Read More »

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Nature and Culture Collide

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Before it’s too late, allow me to call your attention to a nifty little exhibition at the Rhode... Read More »

Nicole Duennebier is NEW/NOW

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Remember the name, Nicole Duennebier. Back in 1990, I published a book entitled Maine Art Now, a survey... Read More »

Oblique & Acute Angles of Vision

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The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center is welcoming spring to southern Vermont with five new exhibitions (all through... Read More »

Out of This World

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For 20 years the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, mounted annual exhibitions that took the... Read More »

Painterly Sleight of Hand in New Britain

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John Haberle once painted a $10 bill with such verisimilitude that a critic of his day insisted it... Read More »

Painting Fabric Patterns in Portland

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Alice Spencer has been an important member of the Portland, Maine, arts community for 30 years. In addition... Read More »

Paintings, Photographs, and Projects Galore

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The seventh edition of the Portland Museum of Art Biennial, which began in 1998, features 65 works by... Read More »

Phillips Academy’s Addison Gallery

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An elite New England prep school might not be the place you’d expect to find one of the... Read More »

Photo Salon for the Exchange of Ideas

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Robert Frank’s landmark 1959 “The Americans” has just been reissued by Steidl, the German firm that is perhaps... Read More »

Photographs by the Book

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Just in time for back-to-school, the Portland Museum of Art is hosting “Andr Read More »



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