MATRONS & MISTRESSES 'SHARA HUGHES'

Lizzie Cheatham McNairy, author of Matrons & Mistresses, a blog devoted to highlighting women in the arts, interviews Shara Hughes at her Brooklyn studio. Hughes explains how her steadfast devotion to “keep painting and put that first always” has contributed to the last few years of sold-out national and international exhibitions, inclusion in the Whitney Biennial 2017, acquisitions from numerous prestigious museums and collectors, and the recent publication of her first monograph of landscape paintings.

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Shara Hughes. Photo: Olly Yung. © 2019 Matrons & Mistresses.

Shara Hughes. Photo: Olly Yung. © 2019 Matrons & Mistresses.

NEW YORK TIMES 'A PHOTOGRAPHER'S INSIDER VIEW OF BOHEMIAN LIFE'

To announce his newly released monograph, the New York Times shines the spotlight on Ken Van Sickle’s photography. SOCO Gallery will host a book signing with the artist in Spring 2019.

“He’s 87, and his first photo book, “Ken Van Sickle: Photography 1954-2009,” captures the lives of artists and bohemians on both sides of the Atlantic.”

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Ken Van Sickle,  Cafe Tournon , 1955  Copyright © Ken Van Sickle, courtesy of SOCO Gallery

Ken Van Sickle, Cafe Tournon, 1955

Copyright © Ken Van Sickle, courtesy of SOCO Gallery