NEW CANNAN, CT—Six. That is the number of paintings the renowned architect Philip Johnson believed should be viewed at one time.
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At first glance, “Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past,” at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, seems quiet. The artist’s
Banishment. Erasure. Dismissal. These are the themes behind “Outcasts: Women in the Wilderness” at Wave Hill, a 28-acre public
PURCHASE, N.Y. — Five rowboats float silently in a nighttime harbor. Rocking gently, their hues catch the light: one scarlet,
GREENWICH, C.T. — “Alfred Sisley (1839-1899): Impressionist Master,” an exhibition of 50 paintings at the Bruce Museum abounds
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. — It stands in the corner of a parking lot by an unassuming one-story building in Mount Kisco, N.Y. in
KATONAH, N.Y. — Shortly before his death in December 2015, Ellsworth Kelly received an enticing offer. The renowned American