Jack Early

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Koji Enokura

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Marcia Hafif

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Noriyuki Haraguchi

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Birgit Jürgenssen

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Brian Maguire

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Sadamasa Motonaga

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Saburo Murakami

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Tomoharu Murakami

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Natsuyuki Nakanishi

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Hitoshi Nomura

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Richard Nonas

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Sigmar Polke

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Gary Rough

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William Scott

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Kazuo Shiraga

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Jiro Takamatsu

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Andy Warhol

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Works Available By

Jesse Chapman
Tatsuo Ikeda
Donald Judd
Justin Lieberman
Dennis Oppenheim
Kiyoji Otsuji
Mario Schifano
Lee Ufan
Tadasu Yamamoto
Yukinori Yanagi
June 27, 2016

Words, Sex, Landscape: Marcia Hafif at Fergus McCaffrey, New York

ARTnews by Barbara A. MacAdam

Oh, to be a time traveler, making regular forays into the 1960s and ’70s, when there seemed to be less marketplace pressure and artists felt free to take imaginative chances, experiment uninhibitedly with materials and forms, and be more quietly speculative.

Exemplifying the spirit of the era are the almost 50 forthright and vividly colored abstract paintings and works on paper that Marcia Hafif created in Rome between 1961 and 1969.
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July 22, 2016

Refusing to look away – An Irishwoman’s Diary on Brian Maguire’s paintings on the migrant crisis

The Irish Times by Lara Marlowe

The Irish painter Brian Maguire is an artiste engagé, a secular missionary who devotes his talent to a form of social protest. He has taught painting to poor children from Palestine to Brazil, and to prisoners all over the world. At his atelier in the working class reaches of northern Paris, Maguire has just completed a series of paintings on the migrant crisis, because “what an artist has to do is reflect their time . . . That’s really what I’m trying to do, to reflect what is for me the biggest story in Europe – those deaths in the Mediterranean.” Read More