Matisse: In Search of True Painting

By repeating images in pairs, trios and series, Henri Matisse conducted an ongoing dialogue with his earlier works in order to, as he put it, “push further and deeper into true painting.”

The Metropolitan Museum’s Mary Clare McKinley takes us into Matisse’s process to explore his innovative, often radical, solutions to such problems as how to portray light, handle paint, select colors and manipulate perspective.

From INSIDE NEW YORK – As a meat-lover who rarely eats meat (due to tuition-induced poverty and life-induced laziness), I often find myself with strong and unsatisfied carnivorous cravings. Bubby’s (120 Hudson St., 212-219-0666) restaurant and bar, fortunately, saved me, satisfying every meat craving I’ve ever had- and then some… Read the full review at Inside New York.










When: Wed., Feb. 6, 2013 at 3:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y - Tribeca
200 Hudson St.
212-601-1000
Price: $32
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By repeating images in pairs, trios and series, Henri Matisse conducted an ongoing dialogue with his earlier works in order to, as he put it, “push further and deeper into true painting.”

The Metropolitan Museum’s Mary Clare McKinley takes us into Matisse’s process to explore his innovative, often radical, solutions to such problems as how to portray light, handle paint, select colors and manipulate perspective.

From INSIDE NEW YORK – As a meat-lover who rarely eats meat (due to tuition-induced poverty and life-induced laziness), I often find myself with strong and unsatisfied carnivorous cravings. Bubby’s (120 Hudson St., 212-219-0666) restaurant and bar, fortunately, saved me, satisfying every meat craving I’ve ever had- and then some… Read the full review at Inside New York.

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