Hats Off to Dean Millien of Con Artist NYC

Don’t miss Curses! Foiled Again featuring Dean Millien’s tinfoil sculptures.

Con Artist NYC

157 Suffolk street between Stanton and Houston, which is very close to the F, J, M, Z train station at Delancey Essex MAP

03.28.2012 Wednesday 8 – Late /// Gallery Night
04.04.2012 Wednesday 8 – Late /// Gallery Night
04.11.2012 Wednesday 8 – Late /// Final Party

Recently, Millien appeared in Karen Rosenberg’s article “Creating Artworks Without a Net: The 20th Anniversary of the Outsider Art Fair,” The New York Times, January 27th 2012. Two years prior, Millien’s storefront installation at J.Crew’s flagship store on Madison was profiled by Don Kaplan in “The Tin Man: Following idiosyncratic muse, foil sculptor finds a livelihood,” New York Post, January 4th, 2010.

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About Megan M. Garwood

Megan M. Garwood is a New York City-based editor, art critic, commentator and aesthetician, as well as the Associate Director at Leslie Feely Gallery on 68th and Madison. Her guilty pleasures include metaethics, morality, conceptual art, and Coney Island side shows. Feel free to contact her via email at megan@whitehotmagazine.com.
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