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Post #171 • December 11, 2003, 3:11 PM

From "Expanding Horizons" by Roni Feinstein, in the December 2003 issue of Art in America, page 55:

The Art Center/South Florida is the last bastion of contemporary art on Lincoln Road. It recently intitiated a program of three-month residencies for selected students from New World School of the Arts. It also offers subsidized studio space for artists, who in exchange open their studios to the public. While some of the work to be found there is sub-par, a number of well-known Miami artists occupy its studios, among them Franklin Einspruch, Annie Wharton, Gabriel Delponte, Vickie Pierre, Nina Ferré, Karina Chechik and Luciana Abait.

Page 57:

Dorsch exhibited Franklin Einspruch's heavily impastoed portraits and nudes in February 2003, followed by abstract work by Miami artists curated by Einspruch in April.

I'm pleased, to be sure, and grateful.




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