(Image credits (top to bottom): Kathy Goodell, Voyager, 2020, courtesy the artist; Lewis Hine, Sadie Kelly, 11 years old, Peerless Oyster Co., 1911, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; John Pfahl, Salt Pile with Bagels, South Buffalo, NY, 1976, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; Ammi Phillips, Untitled, ca. 1848–1860, Gift of Shari Hubner, 2015.062)
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Amy Fredrickson on Lewis Hine and child labor on La Voz con Mariel Fiori (Radio Kingston)
Dorsky Museum Shows Landscapes (Chronogram)
SUNY New Paltz exhibit explores 'Collective Consciousness' of 2020 (Record)
4 Exhibits to View in February (Chronogram)
“Infra-Loop, Selections 1994–2020” opens at The Dorsky Museum (HV1)
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Mary Frank, Poppies, ca. 1980
British-born American artist Mary Frank (b. 1933) is best known for her abstract paintings and sculptures, and she is recognized for her dramatic and expressive subjects. Her artistic career spanned... (more)
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