In his weekend update, Walter Robinson from artnet.com writes about the new exhibit at the Rupert Goldsworth Gallery that we told you about on Friday, February 16th. He writes:
A few blocks down, the intrepid young dealer Rupert Goldsworthy reopened hisscrappy gallery after a brief hiatus. The works that caught my eye were someblack ink drawings by Elisabeth Kley of autocratic old biddies like LouiseNevelson, Pauline Trigere, Elsie de Wolf, Adele Simpson. An interestingmetaphor for the artist's subject, to be sure! They're $500. Kley used towrite for Artnet, before the magazine had its editorial budget cut to thebone!
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