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This week's Modern Art Notes Podcast features George Herms and curator Cornelia Homburg.
Herms' work is presented in a new, two-volume monograph called "George Herms: The River Book." The book includes new pictures of Herms' work, photographs as well as texts by both Herms and Dave Hickey. It was just published by Hamilton Press.
Herms is also the subject of a new exhibition presented by Fluent Collaborative and testsite in Austin, Texas. Titled "LOVE George Herms," the exhibition includes a selection of Herms' found-object suclptures and more recent collages. It was curated by Sarah Bancroft and will be on view through October 19.
On the second segment, Cornelia Homburg discusses her forthcoming show "Neo-Impressionism and the Dream of Realities." The exhibition, which opens at The Phillips Collection on September 27, presents neo-impressionism less as formal innovation in painting, and more as a response to symbolist music and writing. The exhibition catalogue is available from Yale University Press.
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