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Kenneth Noland’s Untitled magma-on-canvas painting from 1954 at the Mark Borghi Fine Art booth
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by Walter Robinson

"Gallery programs are either esthetic or intellectual. Mine is esthetic," said Bernd Lausberg, a tall and articulate art dealer who since 2002 has had galleries in both Düsseldorf and Toronto. He favors bright color abstractions by artists I’ve never heard of (Robert Schaberl, Regine Schumann) and also has sculptures of pets copied from Old Master paintings and laboriously assembled from slivers of bright cut glass (an orange figure of a lynx, from a work by Albrect Dürer, was $26,500). I thought that the artist, a young woman named Marta Klonowska, must have a lot of little cuts on her fingers.