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Virtual Invitational Exhibition
April 12 – May 15, 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, April 5th
Juried by art critic and writer David Masello
About the juror:
DAVID MASELLO is a New York City critic, writer and editor. David Masello’s career included senior editorial positions at many magazines, including Travel + Leisure, Art & Antiques, Departures, Country Living and Town & Country (where he was a features editor). He’s currently executive editor of Milieu, a national print magazine about design and architecture. He’s a widely published essayist and poet, with pieces appearing in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fine Art Connoisseur (where he is a longtime columnist), Best American Essays, and numerous literary and art magazines. He is the author of Architecture Without Rules: The Houses of Marcel Breuer and Herbert Beckhard (W.W. Norton, published in English, as well as numerous foreign editions) and Art In Public Places (City & Company), with a third book on the architectural firm of Ferguson & Shamamian forthcoming Fall 2021 from Rizzoli. He has lectured on writing about art and journalism to many colleges, including Sarah Lawrence College, where he teaches a course on writing about art and culture. He is an active member of the National Arts Club’s literary and theatre committees, often conducting on-stage talks with writers.
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