2017 – Alec Wilkinson – Sharon Horvath

Sharon Horvath
SHARON HORVATH first came to Provincetown in 1986 as a Fellow in Painting at the Fine Arts Work Center. Since then, Horvath has forged a formidable career, with exhibitions worldwide and with a major show forthcoming next summer at the Merola Gallery in Provincetown. Her awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.

Alec Wilkinson
ALEC WILKINSON, raised in the bilingual worlds of New York winters and Cape Cod summers, is a staff writer for the New Yorker. He is the author of Midnights: A Year with the Wellfleet Police and The Happiest Man in the World, a portrait of David Pearlman, who built a raft from materials found on Provincetown beaches and sailed across the Atlantic.

– André van der Wende


– Sharon Horvath
Sharon Horvath – Painting at the Scale of Uncertainty
by Barry Schwabsky

Information / Imagination
Leaps of Faith in Sharon Horvath’s Painting
by Jennifer Samet

Sharon Horvath’s Red Paintings
by Hayden Herrera

Sharon Horvath: Painting as a Form of Retelling
by Stephanie Buhmann

Sharon Horvath: The Encircled World
by Paul Bowen

Impressions: A Meditation on Sharon Horvath and the Prose
by Karin Stephan

Sharon Horvath: For so Many Years
by Helen Miranda Wilson

– Alec Wilkinson
Alec Wilkinson and the Poetry of Witness
by Christopher Busa

What I Like Best
by John Irving

It is a Special Pleasure
by Edward Hirsch

To my mind…
by Cynthia Zarin

I first became aware…
by Susanna Moore

When I read…
by Annabel Davis-Goff

Head and Hand
The Art of James Lechay
by Megan Hinton

Karen Finley
The Art of Activism and Ceremony
by Christopher Busa

Foreword by Philip Brady and Christopher Busa
Charles Bernstein, H. L. Hix, Diane Raptosh, Bruce Bond, Sara London, William Heyen, Philip Brady, Myrna Stone, Susan Mitchell, Tim Seibles, Andrea Cohen, Barry Schwabsky

Why Now: Tennessee Williams and Shakespeare
by David Kaplan

Braunwyn Jackett: Portrait of an Actor
by Lynda Sturner

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