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Paintings by Deb Lawrence: When Historic Linen is Anything But

Deb Lawrence has never been one to take the easy route. If a task is time consuming and requires an attention to detail, Lawrence doesn't shy away. Neither did the women who created the antique fabric Lawrence uses to make her conceptual abstract paintings.

CRITIC'S PICKS: NYC Gallery Shows at Paula Cooper, Matthew Marks, Hauser & Wirth

Critic's Picks is a new column featuring stand out art gallery shows in New York City, selected and reviewed by critic, curator and author Charles A. Riley II. In this edition, Riley chooses three noteworthy New York City gallery exhibitions from Chelsea and the Upper East Side featuring minimalism, realism and post-World War II abstraction.

Things To Do on The East End - Highlights through February 19, 2017

There are plenty of art and cultural events on tap on the East End. Our list of the best things to do through Sunday includes live music, plenty of film screenings, a book signing and more. Read on for things to do through February 19, 2017 in the Hamptons and on the East End.

East End Gallery Scene: Exhibitions & Receptions in February 2017

With winter in full force, galleries on the East End continue to offer exhibitions worth fighting the cold for. Presented here are exhibition openings in The Hamptons and East End of Long Island taking place throughout February. Read on for the options.

5 Things to Do in NYC in February

Okay, everyone knows Armory Week is heading our way, bringing a week's worth of art fairs to New York City. Luckily, there is always art-related happenings and events taking place in New York City. Following are five picks to add to your list of things to do with an art (or cultural bent) in New York City in February 2017.

Artwork of Week

Photograph by Eve Stuart

"I see beauty in everyday objects, the world in small fragments, each scene its own complete world. My pieces have a painterly quality; you can't always tell if it's a painting or a photograph. I strive for dreamlike, ethereal lyricism, filtering images into evocative glimpses of a more beautiful time."

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