A exposicao "A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary" abre dia 16 de Julho na Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery, em Nova Iorque. O curador Franklin Hill Perrell faz curadorias a 25 anos em dois grandes museus na cidade, o Nassau County Museum of Art e o Museu Heckscher. As recentes atividades curatorias incluem Feast for the Eyes (com obras originais de Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg e Tom Wesselmann), The Garden Party (com obras originais de Marc Chagall, Rivers, David Hockney e Tiffany) e Long Island Collects (com obras originais de Degas, Monet, Miro, Renoir e Matisse) no the Nassau County Museum of Art em Nova Iorque, bem como uma retrospectiva de Richard Gachot no Museu Heckscher em Huntington, Long Island, Nova Iorque.

A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary will open Sunday, July 16. Exhibition Juror Franklin Hill Perrell is a well-known art historian, curator, and writer. His career at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, New York spanned over twenty years, culminating in the title of Chief Curator. There, he curated over fifty major exhibitions and numerous contemporary shows, including Miro & Calder, Chagall, Picasso, School of Paris, American Realism, Between the Wars, Pop & Op, and Surrealism. Recent curatorial activities include Feast for the Eyes (with art by Lichtenstein, Warhol, Oldenburg and Wesselmann), The Garden Party (with art by Chagall, Rivers, Hockney and Tiffany) and Long Island Collects (with art by Degas, Monet, Miro, Renoir and Matisse) at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, as well as a retrospective of Richard Gachot’s America at the Heckscher Museum in Huntington.