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The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan

Meet Hudson’s Emerging Artists and Photographers

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3. What to Do


Scope out retro posters and nineteenth-century paintings at Terenchin Gallery.  

Peer at landscape, modern, collage, and portrait photography at Carrie Haddad Photographs, the year-old spinoff of Haddad’s original eighteen-year-old art gallery three blocks away. A moody new exhibit of digitally manipulated landscapes by Philadelphia photography team Lependorf & Shire opens June 3.

Eschew modern art at Terenchin Gallery, a Catskills gallery and shop that relocated to Hudson in April. Owner Patrick Terenchin scours estate sales for seventies-era posters, nineteenth-century watercolors, and ancestor paintings, all displayed alongside his own mixed-media art. Flip through stacks of $8 vintage snapshots in back.

Leaf limited-edition, small-press photo books at Davis Orton Gallery, a photography and mixed-media gallery that opened late last year in the emerging BeLo 3rd Street district. This June, check out Lisa Kessler’s vivid, color-splashed photos in Seeing Pink and Elliot Ross’s intimate black-and-white portraits of animals.


Published on Jun 3, 2010 as a web exclusive.

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