Tag Archives: Paul Klee

1913: The Year of Modernism

One hundred years ago, the U.S. Post Office sent its first parcel post, Kafka stopped working on “Amerika,” Jim Thorpe relinquished his 1912 Olympics medical, Grand Central Terminal opened, the National Institute for Arts and Letters was founded, the first … Continue reading

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Capricious Forms

Just before it closes (Jan. 13), I finally got to see the Kandinsky show at the Guggenheim. It was so cold, and the lines so long, I debated whether I should buy the catalog or see the exhibit (cost more … Continue reading

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Pure Bliss

Back in 2002, I discovered the amazing artist, Rachel Bliss, in a show at the Ruth Morpeth Gallery. I’m excited to see that her work is returning to the area at Lambertville’s Riverrun Gallery, July 3-26.(Pictured at left is “Jumping … Continue reading

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