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New York Observer, July 30, 2015

Opening: “Philip Taaffe: Works on Paper and Illustrated Books, 1982-2012” at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller

Paper, printmaking and books have always played an essential role in Philip Taaffe’s elegant artwork. Writer, curator and publisher Raymond Foye—Mr. Taaffe’s longtime collaborator—has organized this show to present facets of the artist’s varied career. From early collages inspired by William Burroughs and collaborations with Paul Bowles, to works influenced by psychedelic and optical art of the 1960s, the exhibition provides an inside look into three decades of his dynamic practice.

Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, 6-8 p.m.

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