Patriotism in American Art
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To further understand the principles and values -- unique to the American experience -- underlying American patriotic art please see:
Art of Persuasion [27:54] Steven Fredericks & Rosalee Isaly are
interviewed by Paul & Joanie. "THE ART OF PERSUASION" was
organized by the New York Society of Etchers to present prints addressing
issues of current social, political and cultural significance. The artwork
shown focused on domestic American rights to privacy and free speech; governmental
spying; war; torture and, terrorism. The show was curated by Marilyn Kushner,
former Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
The event featured 32 new prints by many of New York's most influential
artist commentators including Linda Adato, Marshall Arisman, Kristine Bouyoucos,
Ellen E. Carranza, Ann Chernow, Ellen Coleman, Zev Deans, David Fox, Stephen
A. Fredericks, Lee Gough, Martha Hayden, Steven Hazard, Art Hazelwood, Frances
Jetter, Denise Kasof, Brian Knoerzer, Jessica Lenard, Sue Huggins Leopard,
Valerie McEvoy, Diane Miller, Louis Netter, Joan O'Connor, Bill Phipps and
Virginie Souque, Nancy Powhida, Joseph Ramos, Victoria Salzman, Sarah Sears,
Marilyn Silberstang, Bruce Waldman, Harold Wortsman and Barbara Wilson.
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Stephen Fredericks on Art of Democracy [08:49] with Stephen Fredericks with Paul DeRienzo & Joan Moossy
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