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Tag Archives: art
Ephemeral New York says the vantage point of a “View From Brooklyn” by George Copeland Ault (1927) looks like Brooklyn Heights, Red Hook, or possibly further upriver in Williamsburg or Greenpoint. Ault was a “precisionist and surrealist painter” known for nocturnes, who … Continue reading
Thanks to Christine Vassallo for sending in more details on the censored nipple painting at Tea Lounge, including this photo. It’s hard to imagine who exactly found this offensive… and why the management of Tea Lounge would take this unusual … Continue reading
Spot the irony. via Tea Lounge in Park Slope Censored Nipples on Artwork with Canvas Strips | DAILY SLOPE.
This is L.J. Roberts’ “The Queer Houses of Brooklyn … ” (2011), a show-stealer that’s part of Illegitimate And Herstorical, a very strong group show that just opened January 5 and runs through January 28 (A.I.R. Gallery, 111 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY). … Continue reading