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Published on Mar 2, 2013
Artist Danile Mack talks about htis country home and studio of mid-century Surrealist Kurt Seligmann. The 55-acre farmstead is now a gallery, a sculpture garden and research center for contemporary surrealism-- only 50 miles from New York City. Many important artists of the day came to visit, work and stay with Seligmann in Sugar Loaf. He taught for 20 years at Brooklyn College