Sunday, November 22, 2020


By Gregory & Ernest Disney-Britton 
Chitra Ganesh's "After the Storm" (2019). COURTESY THE ARTIST
This week, Mom Britton announced she's ending her chemotherapy. It's making things worse. She is back home resting, and her spirits are fairly high as she plans for her 85th birthday in 2023. And speaking of high spirits, Apollo Magazine announced Toyin Ojih Odutola as Artist of the Year, and Anonymous Was A Woman announced Chitra Ganesh as one of its $25,000 grantees. Auction results for both are available on (Odutalo, Ganesh). However, it's those 
Buddhist and Hindu influences that make Chitra Ganesh our collector's tip of the week.
Artist Chitra Ganesh. Image courtesy of Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture
NEWS OF 2008-2020 from across the USA, and around the world:
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"The Prison of Childhood," 2013 Archival inkjet print 22 1/2 × 33 3/4 in 57.2 × 85.7 cm. Pricing available at Aicon Gallery.
"Delicate Line: Corpse She Was Holding" (portfolio, NOT SOLD INDIVIDUALLY), 2009-2010 Portfolio of 11 silkscreen prints with lithography, monotype, relief, and glitter on commercial and handmade paper 22 × 28 in 55.9 × 71.1 cm. $9,000 List. For more information, contact The Brodsky Center at PAFA.
"Prophecy," 2019 Screenprint 16 × 23 3/4 in 40.6 × 60.3 cm Edition of 50. Buy now for $750 at Durham Press.