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Mary McCartney: Moment of Affection


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Roland Augustine, Lawrence Luhring, Lucrecia Zappi, Benjamin Zappi Giannotti
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Harry Brant, Peter Brant Jr.
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Genevieve Jones, Marieke Sterling
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“Deliverance” Opens at the Brant Foundation

By Charlotte Kinberger

November 10, 2014

On Sunday November 9, some of New York’s biggest artists, gallerists, and celebrities came together for the opening party and preview of “Deliverance,” a new show at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, CT. The entire Brant clan was in attendance, in addition to Rita Ackerman, Dan Colen, Chloe Sevigny, Larry Gagosian, and Cynthia Rowley, to name a few.

The show features works by New York artists Larry Clark, Cady Nolan, Richard Prince, and Christopher Wool dating from the late 1970s through the mid-90s. More than 60 works are presented, including some of the artists’ most famous like Clark’s Tulsa Portfolio, Noland’s Bloody Mess, Prince’s Spiritual America, and Wool’s Untitled(Apocalypse Now). The variety of media includes photography, painting, sculpture, film, and mixed media installation, but these generational works are united in themes of power, censorship, sexuality, and mass media influence. The exhibition is viewable by appointment through March 2015.

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