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Season 2010 Episode 04.26.10

"Shootout at the R.S. Corral" A lobby series at the Roger Smith Hotel by Ed Adler.

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Ed Adler has had a long and prolific career as an artist. His undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts were followed by a two-year stint with the Army of Occupation in Europe, where he spent much of his time creating posters warning GIs against the evils of sex, alcohol and Communist spies. Later, in the 1960's, the GI Bill saw him through 5 years of study at the American Art School and the Art Students League; it was the era of sex, drugs and rock and roll and his paintings of the period reflected the kaleidoscopic mood. With the end of the Sixties, Adler saw the approaching decade of Yuppiedom and in the spirit of pragmatism entered grad school at New York University. He never really left: after earning both masters and Ph.D. degrees in art he stayed on to teach and remains today an Associate Professor on the adjunct faculty. The academic world offered adventurous opportunities: he has taught at the Sorbonne in Paris, lectured at many universities and conducted numerous seminars and conferences on the Beat Generation, a subject in which he is generally considered an authority, having both been a beat in his early youth and continues to be one today, in his middle youth. He is the author of Departed Angels: Jack Kerouac, The Lost Paintings, published 2006.An interest in folk and tribal art has taken him to far reaching remote regions of the Philippines, China, Peru, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Nepal...41 countries, so far. He has climbed mountains, explored the Amazon, and run marathons in New York, London, Paris and Moscow. But mostly he paints. Every day and most nights, at studios near the seaport in Manhattan and in his home in Westchester. The work has evolved from early Matisse-inspired paintings of the 1950's, when he studied with his mentor and teacher Jack Lubin, a Matisse protege, through the politically and environmentally driven paintings of the 1960's and 70's, and into the current mode of reflection on the art that made him want to paintmoreless
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