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Sean Gerstley

Philly Diary: Sean Gerstley

by Whitney Kimball on July 16, 2014
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Over the next few months, I’ll be traveling back and forth from Philadelphia to New York for a curatorial fellowship. Each week, I’ll be reporting back on my findings at Art F City. This week, I visited the studio of ceramicist Sean Gerstley, who told me about his series of raku raccoons.

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We’re Going to Queens Tonight

by Whitney Kimball on October 24, 2013
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I’m glad I made a few oversights on this week’s events post, because now I can plug some of my favorite emerging artists!

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“Palm Reader,” A Show About Touch

by Whitney Kimball on May 15, 2013
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Lumpy-dumpiness seems to be all the rage in the emerging scene (think curdled plaster, splotchy painting, loading palettes, pinched and unglazed ceramics), to the point where the Lower East Side can feel like one big boutique. But usually, a decent show will remind you that materials are not the problem. I review an intimate show of raw painting and sculpture by Fabienne Lasserre, Luke Armitstead, and Sophie Stone, in the new Sunset Park mini-gallery So What Space.

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