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Works by a ‘Largely Forgotten’ Artist Were Found in a Dumpster. Now They’re Getting an NYC Show.

Works by a ‘Largely Forgotten’ Artist Were Found in a Dumpster. Now They’re Getting an NYC Show.

Robb Report, April 12, 2022
After Being Found in Dumpster, Paintings by ‘Largely Forgotten’ Artist Get New York Gallery Show

After Being Found in Dumpster, Paintings by ‘Largely Forgotten’ Artist Get New York Gallery Show

ARTnews, April 11, 2022
A Mechanic Found a Trove of Artworks in a Connecticut Dumpster. They May Be Worth Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

A Mechanic Found a Trove of Artworks in a Connecticut Dumpster. They May Be Worth Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

Artnet News, April 11, 2022
Works rescued from dumpster lead to rediscovery of star artist of 1970s New York scene

Works rescued from dumpster lead to rediscovery of star artist of 1970s New York scene

The Art Newspaper, April 11, 2022
Connecticut mechanic finds art worth millions in dumpster at abandoned barn

Connecticut mechanic finds art worth millions in dumpster at abandoned barn

The Guardian, April 10, 2022
A CT mechanic found hundreds of pieces of art in a dumpster. They’re worth 'millions.'

A CT mechanic found hundreds of pieces of art in a dumpster. They’re worth 'millions.'

CT Insider, April 8, 2022
A Mechanic Found Dozens of Art Pieces at a Barn. They Could Be Worth Millions.

A Mechanic Found Dozens of Art Pieces at a Barn. They Could Be Worth Millions.

Daily Beast, April 8, 2022
Renaissance radical: Carlo Crivelli – Shadows on the Sky at Ikon Gallery reviewed, The Venetian artist's ideas and innovations are...

Renaissance radical: Carlo Crivelli – Shadows on the Sky at Ikon Gallery reviewed

The Venetian artist's ideas and innovations are finally being taking seriously
The Spectator, March 12, 2022
Untangling Diasporic Identities with Suchitra Mattai

Untangling Diasporic Identities with Suchitra Mattai

Arts Help, March 10, 2022
Suchitra Mattai Probes the Monstrous Misperceptions Around Immigrant Identity, Mattai’s art is a searing indictment of the manufactured monstrosity of...

Suchitra Mattai Probes the Monstrous Misperceptions Around Immigrant Identity

Mattai’s art is a searing indictment of the manufactured monstrosity of immigrant identity deeply embedded in the Western imagination.
Hyperallergic, arch 9, 2022
A Manhattan art gallery finds a new home in Southport

A Manhattan art gallery finds a new home in Southport

WSHU Public Radio, March 9, 2022
Suchitra Mattai’s Guyana exists in the gaps of the Western archive

Suchitra Mattai’s Guyana exists in the gaps of the Western archive

Document Journal, March 8, 2022
The Carnegie to welcome artists and patrons back to its historic galleries March 11 with two new exhibits

The Carnegie to welcome artists and patrons back to its historic galleries March 11 with two new exhibits

Northern Kentucky Tribune, February 24, 2022
Spotlight: Artist Suchitra Mattai Weaves Myth and Memory Together in Her Dazzling Mixed-Media Works, The artist's exhibition “Herself as Another”...

Spotlight: Artist Suchitra Mattai Weaves Myth and Memory Together in Her Dazzling Mixed-Media Works

The artist's exhibition “Herself as Another” recently opened at Hollis Taggart in New York.
Artnet News, February 17, 2022
Why Small Businesses Matter: Hollis Taggart

Why Small Businesses Matter: Hollis Taggart

HamletHub, February 8, 2022
UAlbany Art Exhibit Presents Ronny Quevedo, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Audrey Flack, and Grace Lee Lawrence

UAlbany Art Exhibit Presents Ronny Quevedo, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Audrey Flack, and Grace Lee Lawrence

Nippertown, February 6, 2022
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