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Tang Teaching Museum receives gift of contemporary works on paper from Anne and Arthur Goldstein

The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College has received a gift of 40 contemporary works on paper from the collection of Anne and Arthur Goldstein. The gift includes works by a diverse group of leading and emerging artists, including Stephen Balkenol, Huma Bhabha, Nicole Eisenman, Josephine Halvorson, Mary Reid Kelley, David Korty, Atta Kwami, Jack Pierson, Sterling Ruby, Amy Sillman and Gary Simmons.
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