We drew the map so many times it tore and we couldn't go back

June 12, 2019

Sarah Valeri, Broken by the violins, c. 2019, oil on wood, 48" x 36"  

 

Also this weekend, Robert Zurer and I hosted an intimate reception for our dual exhibit We drew the map so many times it tore and we count go back, (A title which may spawn a new series or two.) at the International Psychoanalytic Research and Society. The exhibit is ongoing is open by appointment. You can contact me through this website.

 

I love to host a dinner party for art shows, it's a good old school way to slow down and hear what everyone brings to the table (literally). I'm really so happy to be able to hear the responses of the hero teachers, artists, families, old friends, and academics come together in one conversation. When I had a little garden in Brooklyn, I used to have a summer holiday to host all my friends for dinner, drinks, and art for the day. I must find some new beautiful place to host this. I miss bringing all the stories together. 

 

 

 Robert Zurer, The Witness, the Flesh, and the Muse

 

To see more of Robert's work please visit robertzurer.com or on instagram @bzurer

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