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Artist of Woodstock Exhibition at Ellarslie

To Baby Boomers the name Woodstock conjures up images of Richie Havens, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin performing in a field at Yasgur’s farm in 1969. To fans of American…

Zimmerli Extends Exhibition Of Russian Artist Leonid Sokov

The exhibition “Leonid Sokov: Ironic Objects” is being extended through December 31 at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, which boasts “the world’s largest collection of…

Ben Colbert’s Minimalist Landscapes On View at PTS Erdman Center Gallery

“Serenity” is the word that springs to mind when viewing Ben Colbert’s “linear landscapes” at the Princeton Theological Seminary’s Erdman Gallery in Princeton. The artist’s one man show, “Beyond the…

Times of Trenton Photographer’s Exhibition Opens in Chapin School Gallery

The Gallery at Chapin School will feature work by Michael Mancuso, photo journalist for the Times of Trenton, in an exhibition entitled “Weather or Not.” The show will run from…

Hetty Baiz Animal Portraits On View at Bernstein Gallery

A dozen large scale paintings by local artist Hetty Baiz comprise the exhibition, “Nonhuman Animals: Eat, Test, Love,” the first of this year’s season at the Woodrow Wilson School’s Bernstein…

Art On View in Princeton 9/18/13

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Thought-Provoking Photography Show Opens at Princeton University Art Museum

With a camera in every cell phone and a cell phone in practically every pocket, photographs are no longer what they used to be. An individual image can take on…

Art and Artifice: Study of Dutch Masters Is Evident in Terri Hood’s Photography

Gallery 14 in Hopewell begins its fall season, its 13th annual, with an exhibition of work that will transport viewers to another time. Theresa (Terri) Hood’s color photographs conjure up…

Nighthawks, Usherettes, and Shapely Secretaries: A New York Movie by Edward Hopper

When I was 15 I used to walk from Washington Square North across Sixth Avenue and down Greenwich Avenue for a midnight snack at a cozy little White Tower hamburger…

Zimmerli Spotlights Illustrations Of Children’s Poems From China

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University reopens September 1, after an August hiatus, with an exhibition of work by beloved children’s book illustrators Jean and Mou-sien Tseng. “Maples in…