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Published on Oct 9, 2008
James Kalm wakes up early to peddle in for the press preview of Live Forever Elizabeth Peytons first museum retrospective. Since her appearance on the New York scene, Peyton has stirred controversy, with her pretty pictures. Eschewing the macho dictums of large scale, heavy paint and profound formalistic dogma, she has rather produced intimate works of a light, fresh and jewel-like quality that reflect her personal world of art historic heroes, Rock-n-Roll stars, friends, family and lovers in domestic settings. This exhibition organized by Laura Hoptman, Kraus Family Senior Curator, documents the arch of her development over the last eighteen years. Appearances by: Laura Hoptman and Larry Qualls.