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Press: In Monumental Paintings, Hung Liu Transformed Forgotten Histories into Moving, Personal Epics, September 12, 2021 - Tessa Solomon

In Monumental Paintings, Hung Liu Transformed Forgotten Histories into Moving, Personal Epics

September 12, 2021 - Tessa Solomon

Hung Liu’s life story unfolded like the myths she loved as a child, tales of women propelled by circumstance out of their homes and into the fray of history.

 

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Press: Diehl Gallery takes on Native themes, September  8, 2021 - Leonor Grave

Diehl Gallery takes on Native themes

September 8, 2021 - Leonor Grave

Furlow’s first show with Diehl Gallery, “Season of Many Prayers,” is one of two solo exhibitions kicking off the gallery’s participation in the Fall Arts Festival, along with Douglas Schneider, a returning Diehl artist, with his show, “Night Visions.”

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Press: The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Presents “Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands”, August 26, 2021 - National Portrait Gallery

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Presents “Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands”

August 26, 2021 - National Portrait Gallery

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery will present “Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands,” the first retrospective of the artist’s portraiture and the first major presentation of her work on the East Coast.

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Press: A Spellbinding Conversation with Donald Martiny, August 16, 2021 - Uzomah Ugw

A Spellbinding Conversation with Donald Martiny

August 16, 2021 - Uzomah Ugw

Donald Martiny is an American Contemporary painter and fine artist, who is known for his use of color in his abstract paintings. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in art galleries and art spaces such as the Conny Dietzschold Gallery, the Cameron Art Museum, the Diehl Gallery, Market Art + Design Hamptons, and many more. His work is held in collections such as the Grahm Gund Family Foundation, One World Trade Center, the Newcomb Art Museum, and elsewhere. Martiny has lectured at Cornell University and at the Ackland Art Museum. His artwork has received press and been in publications internationally, most recently he has been featured in Architectural Digest. I had the pleasure and honor to ask Donald what has been his most challenging project as of yet, what drew him to making abstract art, and how he hopes people feel when they see his art.

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Press: Review: In Hung Liu exhibition, Golden Gate serves as metaphor for immigrant experience, July 17, 2021 - Letha Ch'ien

Review: In Hung Liu exhibition, Golden Gate serves as metaphor for immigrant experience

July 17, 2021 - Letha Ch'ien

With the familiar landmark as its subtitle, “Hung Liu: Golden Gate” opens Saturday, July 17, at the de Young Museum, featuring eight works by contemporary Chinese-born American artist Hung Liu. The show asks us to think about migration, history, honor and memory. What does it mean to cross a bridge? Whose history do we remember? For Liu, the answer is in her art: “The surface will be a memorial site.”

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Brushing up against the wild

May 26, 2021

‘Un/Natural Selections’ illustrates human-nature relations in the 21st century.

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Press: Slonem's Glass Bunnies Multiply at Diehl Gallery, April 28, 2021 - Victoria Lee

Slonem's Glass Bunnies Multiply at Diehl Gallery

April 28, 2021 - Victoria Lee

A grandiose sense of childlike wonder lies at the heart of Diehl Gallery’s latest exhibition, “Coefficient Expansion,” which features internationally renowned artist Hunt Slonem and his newest experiments with 3-dimensional mediums.

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Press: ‘Ahead of her time:’ Exhibit looks at the creative voices of acclaimed women artists, March 20, 2021 - Kathaleen Roberts

‘Ahead of her time:’ Exhibit looks at the creative voices of acclaimed women artists

March 20, 2021 - Kathaleen Roberts

Women have paid the price for being renegades across millennia.

Some of the most acclaimed women artists of this or any time battled sexual, social, racial and even physical oppression in order to find their creative voice.

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Shenzhen exhibition reflects on loss of anonymity

January 4, 2020 - Reuters, SHENZHEN, China

A Recent Exhibition in China