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Jack Stuppin, Mt. Tamalpais, oil on canvas, 2009. EBULLIENT INHABITIONS: JACK STUPPIN’S EXHILARATING LANDSCAPES by Mark Van Proyen “In landskip, inanimates are principal: ’tis the earth, the water, the stones, and rocks which live. All other life becomes subordinate.” An … Continue reading

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ÉXPO-SEE: A MEMOIR by Mark Van Proyen In the early months of 1983, artist and curator Rolando Castéllon started Éxpo-See magazine: a small, photocopied, eight-page pamphlet that initially functioned as an advertising instrument for Bannam Place Exhibition Space, the underground … Continue reading

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