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Update on Jud Yalkut activites.

C ritic’s Picks afford a wider range of coverage for happenings in the visual arts, but a blog will add an extra dimension to  other information and notices which will be more personal for both the writer and the audience. For those interested in what else the writer is up to, the writer is showing Oct. 22-Nov. 23 in the “Exposed” (Top 100 Secret Artists of 2009) at ArtWorks in Cincinnati, newly located at 20 E. Central Parkway, and for those who can travel to New York City. the current few weeks of the Trisha Brown special at the Whitney Museum with his film “Planes” on continuous show, and the film “Kusama’s Self-Obliteration” showing continuously in the “Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists” exhibition running at the Brooklyn Museum October 15-January 9, 2011.

NY born, moved to Ohio in 1973 to be Assistant Professor of Art at Wright State University (1973-1977); in NYC taught at School for Visual Arts, York College of the City University, and NYU Continuing Ed; six-time recipient of OAC Individual Artist Fellowings (including one in Criticism); 2005 Ohioana Citation in the Visual Arts in Ohio; 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District.

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