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Dan Budnik: December 2015 exhibition of 30+ photographs

Telluride Gallery of Fine Art: Dan Budnik

December 6, 2015 - Susan Viebrock

Right after WWII, New York City, no longer Paris, became the center of the art world, and a (largely) boy’s club known as the Abstract Expressionists became superstars. Arguably the most famous member of the group was Jackson Pollack, whose explosive energy best sums up a movement that was all about the act of painting...

Happy Thanksgiving from Telluride Gallery

November 23, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

Telluride Gallery is open again, after an offseason break, and we are
looking forward to our 31st Winter Season!

We are kicking off this winter with a solo exhibition of Dan Budnik's photography, opening December 10th from 5-8 with the artist in attendance.
He is a renowned photojournalist exhibiting portraits of American artists in their studios from the 1950's-1970's. Budnik has documented social, political and cultural change in the world for past 55 years.  He was at the heart of the civil rights movement and at the center of the New York school of Abstract Expressionists.