Work by Edward Koren at the BigTown Gallery
“Bearing Witness” an exhibit of recent lithographs by Edward Koren, is now up at the BigTown Gallery (in Rochester, Vermont) and runs through June 16th. Info here.
Note: There will be a Q & A with Mr. Koren at the Gallery on June 3rd at 4pm.
Mr. Koren’s website.
Edward Koren’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:
Edward Koren ( photo above, Fall 2016, courtesy of Gil Roth) Born, 1935. New Yorker work: May 26, 1962 — . Key collections: Do You Want To Talk About It? ( Pantheon, 1976), Well, There’s Your Problem (Pantheon, 1980), Caution: Small Ensembles (Pantheon, 1983).
An Exhibit of Work by Arthur Getz
Work by the late Arthur Getz will be on display in Millerton, New York. According to the Moviehouse website:
The show will feature thirty of Getz’s original cover paintings, covering the span of Getz’s work from the 1950’s through to the 1980’s. The works for this extraordinary exhibition have been generously loaned to The Moviehouse by Getz’s family and are not for sale.
Arthur Getz’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:
Arthur Getz Born, Passaic, New Jersey, 1913; died, 1996. New Yorker work: 1938 -1988. Primarily a cover artist, he had one cartoon published: March 15, 1958. (You might say his career was a mirror image of George Price’s, who was one of the most prolific cartoonists, with over 1200 published, and one cover). According to the official Getz website, he was the most prolific of all New Yorker cover artists, having 213 appear during the fifty years he contributed to the magazine. The official Getz website, containing his biography: www.getzart.com/