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Friday, February 27, 2009

My bad

You already know that you can't trust everything you read on the Internet - now you can add this blog to the list of unreliable sources therein. Please allow me to correct some of the information on the Troy Night Out posting shown directly below this one.

First, it turns out that I was right when I said I might be wrong about what is showing at the Fulton Street Gallery (http://www.fsgtroy.org/). Rather than a two-person show by Katy Wright and Gail Nadeau, there is a lovely installation of fiber art at Fulton Street this month. Fiber: Strings and Vines (that's the show card above) features nine artists and it looks terrific in the spacious, well-lit gallery. Wright and Nadeau will indeed appear there - but not until the next Troy Night Out on March 27.

Meanwhile, the three women artists I said would be on view at Martinez Gallery (Canier, Marlowe and Wen) have ended their run; Martinez is now presenting a group show of gallery artists titled ReCollections.

I apologize for any confusion, and I promise to be more accurate in the future.

By the way, the group drawing show at Clement and Elizabeth Dubben's paintings at Dusk did both live up to my high expectations. Sadly, I can report that this is the last show at Dusk, which will close when it does. But I think it's safe to say we haven't seen the last of Dusk curator John Hanson, who is already cooking up something for the future. More on that when there is more to tell.

1 comment:

Rob Longley said...

Hi David,
Excellent coverage of the local arts scene and good commentary as well. I'm a big fan of Albany Rural Cemetery, too.

If you get to Troy during TNO on March 27, several of us who have studios in the Ilium Building (Fulton Street Gallery is on the first floor) will be having open studios. Stop by if you have a chance.

Regards,
Rob Longley