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Cory Dugan  (18 articles)

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Fifteen Candles
As gallery owner Kathy Albers reaches a milestone, she explains her philosophy of art and why the business still scares her. [09-13-99]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Wild Bill
Photographer William Eggleston gets an award -- and a book that doesn't do him justice. [07-26-99]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Morethanjustpictures@art.com
Why are we sill looking at the walls when there's a whole new art world in there? [01-11-99]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Beasts of Burden
Examining art, religion, and nationalism. [10-19-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Fool's Gold
Hal Hartley mines a masterpiece from the bleak landscape of human frailty in "Henry Fool." A look at DePalma's "Snake Eyes". [08-17-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Digging Graves
"Excavations in Print" unearths and uneven body of work by post-modern pioneer Nancy Graves, [07-27-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Size One Doesn't Fit All
Lurlynn Franklin tackles issues -- and shows potential -- much larger than a dress size. [05-18-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Chatter Boxed
Brian Bishop's exhibit at Memphis' Cossitt Gallery gives viewers an eyeful -- and an earful. [04-13-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Art Infinitum
A Marshall Arts exhibit in Memphis proves that the whole is greater than the sum of its many, many parts. [02-23-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Mobile Home
The latest project from the architectural team of Mockbee Coke moves across various boundaries, physical and philosophical. [01-12-98]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Metal Winners
The value is in the art at the National Ornamental Metal Museum's jewelry exhibition. [12-08-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Gem Nauseum
Why the Flyer's art writer won't be among the glitter-eyed throngs at "Jewels of the Romanovs." [12-08-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Great Expectations
With "X Marks the Spot," ten artists take their work to an unsuspecting public. [11-17-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

The Video Phile
Reviews of movies now on video. [11-10-97]
— Bruce VanWyngarden, Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Twist and Clout
Contemporaty master Richard Serra invents a new form out of thin air (and 150 tons of steel). [11-03-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

New and Improved
The "Young Memphis" biennial could teach a few old dogs a thing or two about new tricks of the trade. [09-22-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Tom Lee Spark
Spark, hell. Memphis artist Tom Lee catches fire. [09-02-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

Someday Comics
Colin McClain's cartoonish paintings drip with youthful promise. [08-18-97]
— Cory Dugan, MEMPHIS FLYER

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