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"The Birthday Cake, A Joke" by J.F. Willumsen, 1943. Oil on canvas. J.F. Willumsen Museum. © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / billedkunst.dk.

In a bold stroke, the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Museum of Art (MOAFL) in Ft. Lauderdale presents an object lesson in how the influence of a Danish artist, who worked in the latter half of the 19th

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Andy deGroat's Fan Dance, Danspace 1978. Photographer Unknown. Courtesy of Watermill Center.

Live music and lectures continue to dominate the cultural scene in the Hamptons and the East End of Long Island. Two exceptions are the first 2015 Open Rehearsal at Watermill Center and an exhibition reception at East

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"The Wave" by Jane Wilson, 1988. Oil on linen, 77 x 100 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Gift of Richard E. Salomon and Laura Landro, 1998.4.

Jane Wilson was a gifted painter in the rendering of light, color and landscapes. She was also one of the last surviving members of the celebrated group of artists and writers who gravitated to the Cedar Tavern

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"Untitled (Stag on Mound with Fireworks)" by Martín Ramírez, 1952-53. Graphite, tempera and crayon on paper, 32 x 19.5 inches. Ricco Maresca Gallery (New York).

Metro Curates will receive a big sign of approval by Jack Lenor Larsen of LongHouse Reserve shortly after the art fair opens. Metro Curates opens tonight with a set of previews. After taking a studied look, Larsen

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Courtesy of the Southampton Historical Museum.

Live music, lectures and film screenings continue to dominate culture on the East End. This weekend is the last chance to catch “Steven and William Ladd: Mary Queen of the Universe” and “Alan Shields: In Motion” at The

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"Bad Witch" by Larry Rivers.

This month brings to New York City a major solo show by Larry Rivers, a survey of Robert Motherwell’s art, and a group show of 40 artists featuring revolutionary American art from the Great Depression Era. Also noteworthy is

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