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March 07, 2008

Ellen Harvey At the 2008 Whitney Biennial

Ellen Harvey at the 2008 Whitney Biennial...Don't miss it! 

Due to terrible work problems, and a major family illness.. MAO has not yet made it over to the 2008 Ellen_harvey_museum_of_failure_whit Whitney Biennial.. We just hate it when life gets in the way of Art!

And while it's general NYC Art Critic Sport to bash the Biennial.. So far everything we've heard is pretty good, and certainly much better than the 2006 Whitney Biennial.

(Photo, Ellen Harvey's The Museum Of Failure, illuminated plexi-glass mirrors in aluminum frame hand-engraved with a salon-style hanging of empty ornate frames, 8 ft (2.44 m) x 12 ft (3.66m), 2007)

We just wanted to point out that one of MAO's favorite artists, Ellen Harvey, is featured in BOTH locations of the 2008 Biennial..!! Sweet ! So Ellen's amazing work can be seen at the main museum.. and at the Armory location. Congrats to Ellen!

The ever insightful, Robert Ayres.. just wrote a positive article, giving the major high points not to miss on your visit to the Whitney 2008 Biennial... Of course Ellen Harvey was his first pick!


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I am going this evening and while there, endure for art's sake, the most likely subway rush hour platform atmosphere. Talk about a zoo!
MAO, I hope all works out for you and all ends up resolved with a positive outcome.
Best of luck!


Ellen Harvey Rocks!!

But isn't the Whitney Biennial suppose to be about new American Art... and isn't Ellen Harvey British?

Harvey's portrait session at the armory she's behind the cameraman.

Here's wishing you a market rebound and the successful recovery of your family member. Glad to see you can still keep your sense of humor under the circumstances.

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