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Angela Bortone

Review: The allure of summer re:FRESH

There is a cultural rhythm to summer that transcends school, the heat slowing down our productivity, bright nights a little more lively than usual and a restless need to get away. Swan Coach House Gallery presented a summer pop-up and seamless combination of two curatorial projects, I SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING...  curated by Jordan Stubbs and Summer Swan Song curated by Karen Tauches.With a teen vibe and tumblr aesthetic, re:FRESH mixes equal parts shenanigans, effortlessness, and boredom -- appropriate for a show about tuning out....

Review: MINT achieves synchronicity with Downtown Players Club with “In Touch”

The still-without-a-permanent-home MINT, recently presented a satellite show at the Downtown Players Club. In Touch: A collection of Works by Past and Present Interns is as much a show about tactile work as it is about contact. The curatorial statement notes,“”Touch can be a physical connection or bond with someone or something. It can also be an intangible presence, a latent imprint left behind.” Much of the artwork is fluid, reactive and part of the show's success hinges on the strength of the Downtown Players Club as a space....