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Annie Fabricant
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Annie graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA in English Literature and French. She has always sought every opportunity to indulge her passion for art and writing. In recent years she has worked in the Editorial team at Conde Nast and trained in portraiture and figurative painting and drawing at Heatherley's School of Fine Art and Prince's Drawing School in London. She worked as Editor of the gallery newspaper at 20 Projects gallery, before moving to New York in June, where she has been running a gallery in Chelsea and working as marketing and press agent for a talented photographer.

In addition to her interest in the human figure, psychology and movement that she explores through her art, Annie is fascinated by the mind-body connection. Earlier this year she began training with Polestar: an instructor course designed by physiotherapists that focuses on the reeducation of movement and the art of contrology.

Entries by Annie Fabricant

A Moveable Feast for the American Friends of the Musée D'Orsay

(0) Comments | Posted November 20, 2013 | 5:46 PM

It is a bright crisp morning on the banks of the River Seine.

The steady breeze disperses the clouds revealing a wide blue sky, spacious and uninterrupted, until it lands, softly, on the linden trees whose green and golden leaves dance and flutter in the constantly changing light.


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Socrates Sculpture Park Engages the Community With Its New Show, do it (outside)

(0) Comments | Posted May 27, 2013 | 1:05 PM

It is a bright spring morning in Brooklyn when I hop on my bicycle and head for Socrates Sculpture Park. Until last week I had never been there. It's not the easiest place to get to. Travelling by car or by bicycle affords the most direct route.


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What Can the American Love Affair With Paris Do for the Art World?

(2) Comments | Posted March 11, 2013 | 1:08 PM

Outside it's cold, black and wet. Come inside and up the stairs! And you will see a young lady sitting on the leafy turf with a heap of flowers in her lap, holding a delicate parasol. Sunlight dapples the great bursts of leaves that flutter on the trees, and lands...

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Ronnie Landfield, One of America's Greatest Abstract Painters, Gets Swamped

(3) Comments | Posted November 20, 2012 | 11:37 AM

At 7 p.m. on the day the storm hit, 65-year-old Ronnie Landfield climbed down the ladder to the basement of his building on Desbrosses street, one block away from the Hudson River in downtown Manhattan. It was bone-dry. Half an hour later, he peered through his first floor apartment window...

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Tatyana Murray's Dystopia: A Powerful Expression of a Child's Nightmare, Lord of the Flies Tribalism, a Fantastical Realm and the Human Condition

(0) Comments | Posted October 24, 2012 | 3:58 PM

Humanity today is like a waking dreamer, caught between the fantasies of sleep and the chaos of the real world -- Edward Wilson

I first encountered one of Tatyana Murray's works in a house of a mutual friend in fall last year. It was a luminescent ghost tree...

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Veteran Vérité: A Short Film's Collaboration Between a Veteran Actor and a Civilian Filmmaker

(0) Comments | Posted August 15, 2012 | 12:39 PM

On a balmy Sunday evening a few weeks back, I finally got up from my comfortable seat under the peachy Williamsburg sky, and headed to the Maysles Cinema in Harlem to attend Veteran Vérité: An Evening of Iraq and Afghanistan Veteran Readjustment Shorts.

First: An excerpt from John Huston's 1946...

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Nir Hod, the Artist Behind the Genius Children, Unveils Mother

(0) Comments | Posted March 27, 2012 | 9:31 AM

Last summer his Genius series filled the Paul Kasmin Gallery's walls to tantalizing effect. Over fifty portrait paintings of perverse and disproportionate but oddly alluring children dressed in period aristocratic costume, with flamboyant hairdo's and each casually holding a smouldering cigarette, stared hauntingly through eyes that were as beautiful as...

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David LaChapelle Reflects On Art, Life and His Latest Accomplishment, 'Earth Laughs In Flowers'

(0) Comments | Posted February 21, 2012 | 2:11 PM

David is not in New York, I was told. He's at home in Hawaii and would like to do a phone interview.

When I dialed David's number 'Shawn' answered. "Hi Annie, would you mind calling back in fifteen minutes? The veterinarian is here. He and David are seeing to the...

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What Would Hamlet, the Queen of Pop, Die Antwoord and Machiavelli Do Together?

(0) Comments | Posted February 16, 2012 | 3:50 PM

Hamlet. A play that has been performed countless times since it was written circa 1604, it is the Shakespearean tragedy that every discerning theatre-goer knows and loves.

So, as a theater maker, how do you generate toe-curling drama, excitement and intrigue for an audience whose hitherto experience of Hamlet is...

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Dustin Yellin - On Building 12-Ton Sculptures and a 'Utopian Art Center' in Brooklyn

(0) Comments | Posted February 1, 2012 | 12:07 AM

There were moments, last week, when I felt myself staring down that well-oiled barrel of Spot Mania despair. Larry and Damien getting richer, culture getting poorer. The art world often seems like a big game, where no one is quite sure of the rules, but no one wants to be...

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The Flight of Seanna Sharpe

(0) Comments | Posted December 20, 2011 | 4:22 PM

It is July 11, 2011, 7:10 p.m. in New York City. Between the gigantic steel scaffolding of the Williamsburg Bridge, a young aerialist is hanging off a 20-foot piece of white silky fabric making beautiful shapes in the sky. She guides her body -- an exceptional vessel of strength and...

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