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March 18, 2010

Ester Partegās

Ester Partegās

"The body and mind of the contemporary city has incorporated buzz words, logos, marketing percentages, random data and product placement in its ever-hardening landscape of regulated experience. For me, producing work is an attempt to rescue the 'everyday' in all its versatility and conflicting meanings." Ester Partegās, Flash Art

"Her work has been exhibited internationally, including The Aldrich Museum, CT; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; 2nd Moscow Bienniale; Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro NC; Walker's Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee WI; Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA; Cercle Cultural Caja Madrid, Barcelona; Sculpture Center, New York; Rice University Art Gallery, Houston TX; Queens Museum of Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York.

"Partegās’ work features in a number of public collections, including MOMA, New York; The Dikeou Collection, Denver; Coca-Cola Espana Foundation, Madrid; Instituto de la Juventud, Madrid; CajaMadrid, Madrid. Her work also features in numerous private collections in the US and Europe. She is represented by Foxy Production, New York." Wikipedia

Organizer: Peter Duhon, ATOA Program Director
Ester Partegās

Ester Partegās
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March 25, 2010

Figurative Expressionism: Then and Now


Jay Milder

Jay Milder, Peter Passuntino, and Bill Barrell will be engaging in a panel discussion with art historian and curator Adam Zucker. All three painters come from the Second Generation of Abstract Expressionism in both Provincetown and New York City. However, unlike their abstract contemporaries they have been using the figure as the harbinger for spiritual and political expressionism. With no mainstream support they started to show their work at their own galleries and formed an artist’s collective called Rhino Horn, where they created monumental exhibitions and attracted the attention of their peers and critics. The discussion will emphasize each artist’s individual career and present a collective view on Figurative Expressionism as it began and where it is today.

Peter Passuntino

Bill Barrell
Moderator:
Adam Zucker,
art historian and curator

Panelists:
Jay Milder,
painter
Peter Passuntino, painter
Bill Barrell, painter

Organizer:
Peter Duhon,
ATOA Programming Director
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