Category Archive: Corporate Art

London Friezes Over

Beyond the Frieze: Five notable shows in London’s gallery row

While Frieze London is what’s buzzing across the pond, the added pulse to an already thriving city doesn’t mean that notable galleries go into art hibernation. On the contrary, with so many art cognoscenti ambling about town in search for valuable investments for themselves and for their clients, galleries offer shows that put their respective curators’ best…

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Ellen Lesperance, Not the Nightmare, Not the Scream, Just the Loving Human Dream—of Peace, the Ever-flowing Stream, Bring the Message Home, 2013, gouache and graphite on tea-stained paper, 22 by 29 1/2 inches; at Adams and Ollman.

On Our Radar

This artist makes war on environmental injustice personal

Who: Minneapolis-born artist Ellen Lesperance. Her work is included in the collections of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Art and Design, the Portland Art Museum, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Kadist Art Foundation. What she’s known for: Paintings, sculptures and textiles that pay tribute to direct…

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