artscope magazine reviews:
WELCOME STATEMENT: Brian Goslow, managing editor
CORNERED: CECIL TOUCHON
FIBERART INTERNATIONAL 2013
BEYOND THE NEW YORKER
FAR FROM INDOCHINE
LABOR OF LOVE
Out of the Abyss at The Sharpe Gallery
ART AND NATURE CONNECT AT BLITHEWOLD
Time, Transformation, AND Tactility: Ava Gallery
Mia Brownell Mixes Art and Science at Housatonic
AMETSUCHI: AN INSTALLATION AND VIDEO BY RINKO KAWAUCHI
DAVID EDGAR: CHARCOAL AND PASTEL DRAWINGS
PAAM: THE COUNTRY’S OLDEST ARTS COLONY CONTINUES TO INSPIRE
KARL KNATHS: BETWEEN FORM AND FREEDOM
FILMMAKING: SEAFOAM PALACE, DETROIT
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