The Hoppers Come Home

August 23, 2017 5:00 am0 comments

by Steve Desroches Over the 100 years since its founding the Provincetown Art Association and Museum has only had one work in its collection done by either Edward or Josephine Hopper, two artists that spent nearly 40 years on the Outer Cape. It ws a landscape painting done by Josephine. [...]

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The Art of the Circle

August 2, 2017 5:00 am0 comments

by Rebecca M. Alvin Thinking of Budd Hopkins’ work, one can’t help but see circles. It is perhaps the most dominant element in his work over the past 50 years or so. But as visitors to the pair of exhibitions in town featuring Hopkins’ work will see, there is much [...]

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by Rebecca M. Alvin One of the highlights of this year’s Whitney Biennial was an installation by Lyle Ashton Harris that incorporates video, journals, slides, and photographs into a multimedia flashback to the 1980s and 90s when the images were originally captured. Titled Once (Now) Again, the piece included images [...]

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Passing it On

July 26, 2017 2:01 pm0 comments

A Youth Art Exhibit by Jeannette de Beauvoir Hannah Capra didn’t necessarily see herself as an artist, though “from the time I was a child I always had a pencil or paintbrush in my hand. One of my older sisters, Sarah, is an artist, and she would always paint and [...]

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A Complete Portrait

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by Steve Desroches As an artist Deborah Martin explores the themes of isolation, home, and memory. Living in the desert town of Sky Valley, California, she’s painted the Salton Sea and the community that surrounds the inland body of water that is shrinking due to continual drought and the increased [...]

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A Pathfinder Finds His Way Home

July 19, 2017 1:23 pm0 comments

by Jeannette de Beauvoir After nearly a century, some of Karl Knaths’ early work has finally found its way home, and the Bakker Gallery is sharing it with Provincetown. “A good client of ours—who studied with Knaths—discovered an unpacked crate of his drawings in her barn that had remained unopened [...]

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