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Published on Sep 28, 2010
When James Kalm moved from Idaho to New York in the late seventies, it was to study with Knox Martin at the Art Students League. In the thirty-something years since then, Martin has continued his industrious production of paintings. Never one to bow to fashion, this body of work is the culmination of over twenty years of work and, as Knox says, each picture has twenty to thirty paintings underneath. With a cult following among art aficionados Martin is truly a New York treasure, and the "Women: Black and White" pieces are gems of invention and painterly skill.