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Ginger Danto

Art Critic and Historian

The New York Times Company

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Inside Northside Magazine's June/July 2003 Issue

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Later this year, New York Times art critic and historian Ginger Danto's retrospective book on Rodrigue's work will be published.


www.uberdog.com.au

by Ginger Danto, Michael Lewis
With a text by art historian and former ARTnews correspondent Ginger Danto, this is the first outside view and analysis of Rodrigue?s paintings in book form. It covers all the distinct phases of his work, showing his development as an artist as his subjects shifted from majestic oak trees to Cajun fishermen and local politicians to the incomparable Blue Dog, whose mesmerizing expression and haunting eyes have captured the hearts of U.S. presidents, Hollywood stars, and ordinary people alike. Ginger Danto has lived in Paris for the last 15 years, where she wrote about the arts for ARTnews, the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Village Voice, Dance Magazine, and Art and Antiques. She recently relocated to her native New York.


Rodrigue Books

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INTRODUCTION BY GINGER DANTOWith a text by art historian and former ARTnews correspondent Ginger Danto, this is the first outside view and analysis of Rodrigue's paintings in book form.


Rodrigue - Books

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INTRODUCTION BY GINGER DANTOWith a text by art historian and former ARTnews correspondent Ginger Danto, this is the first outside view and analysis of Rodrigue's paintings in book form.GINGER DANTO is a writer living in New York City, who specializes in the arts.For fifteen years she lived in Paris where she covered cultural topics for such publications as ARTnews (as Paris correspondent), the International Herald Tribune, the New York Times, the Village Voice, and Dance Magazine, among others.Danto is currently working on a novel set in France and Spain.


Nantucket Features

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Now, with the release of The Art of George Rodrigue, by arts writer and art historian Ginger Danto, it is possible to examine the full range of the painter's career, from his early portrayals of his native Louisiana to the images that have made the Blue Dog an international pop icon.


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