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THE GUARDIAN TODAY ON PHOTOREALISM
Well-done article in today’s Guardian on the Photorealism show in Great Britain.
ARTDAILY FEATURES PHOTOREALISM EXHIBITION AT BERNARDUCCI-MEISEL GALLERY
Great review of True Colors, a group exhibition of brilliant photorealist artists at Bernarducci-Meisel Gallery in New York City.
PHOTOREALISM EXHIBIT NOW AT NOMA
A mind-blowing painting exhibit titled “Photorealism:The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Collection” is now open to the public at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
THE BEST OF NEW ORLEANS REVIEW OF THE NOMA EXHIBIT
The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Collection of photorealist canvases reveals subtle painterly magic.
THE WEEKLY STANDARD ON RICHARD ESTES EXHIBIT AT THE SMITSHONIAN
This exhibition is eye-popping. Richard Estes’s hyper-realistic art is somehow more than real. In the introductory panel, Estes himself sets the stage by teasing, “What is real?”
MARTHA SCHWENDENER’S REVIEW OF THE PHOTOREALISM EXHIBIT AT YALE UNIVERSITY
Now, “Still Life: 1970s Photorealism” is on view at the Yale University Art Gallery. Even though the show is drawn from the museum’s holdings, it is an excellent survey and suggestion of how photorealism has remained influential, sometimes under different auspices, in recent art.