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Fred Tomaselli in New York

March 24, 2010 by Kay

New York just can't get enough of Fred Tomaselli. Not only is the American artist currently exhibiting in two shows in the US state, he is also taking part in The American Federation of Arts lecture series ArtTalks at Christie’s in the Rockefeller Plaza. His lecture closes the series on 13th April 2010, which will then be followed by a Q&A session and reception. Reservations are essential, so get your tickets now here.

Tomaselli's other current events include group show With or Without Permission: Appropriation, Assemblage, and Collage at the Philoctetes Center on until 17th April 2010. This show exhibits Tomaselli's work alongside Eric Edelman, Maureen Mullarkey, Mac Premo, Anne Sherwood Pundyk and Jonathan Talbot. The Philoctetes Center says the show "explores the art of collecting, sorting, and arranging the ephemera and detritus of life to connect the imaginative and the real."

There is also a solo exhibition of Fred Tomaselli at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, until 6th June 2010. After the Tang, Tomaselli's work will be on view at New York’s Brooklyn Museum from October 8, 2010–January 2, 2011.

Now there's no excuse to miss him.

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Fred Tomaselli , Avian Flower Serpent