Masters of Puppets: The Work of the Artists of Brooklyn’s LAND Studio and Gallery is On View This Summer at The Museum of Modern Art | Art of the Times

Sara Evans shares Masters of Puppets in Art of the Times:

Michael Pellew observes, 'I think this show is going to a smash hit. I’d like to thank all my fans at MoMA who made this show possible.'

The Tin Man | The New York Post

Don Kaplan features Dean Millien's work in The New York Post:

For almost four decades, animals have held the key to Dean Millien’s mind; and now with a healthy dose of aluminum foil, they hold the key to his future.
Millien — an artist turned newly minted entrepreneur — has a developmental disability and lives in a residential program in Brooklyn. Yet his gift for turning aluminum foil into high art — specifically animal sculptures — has led to his work being displayed in a Brooklyn gallery and now made an integral part of the décor for the J.Crew flagship store on Madison Avenue.

Savant Garde | Time Out

Time Out features the work of Michael Pellew and Garrol Gayden for the Outsider Art Fair 2007:

January 26--28 marks the annual Outsider Art Fair, and among the established dealers involved in the soaring market for outsider artists will be a relative newcomer: the LAND Gallery. Located at 67 Front Street in Dumbo, LAND (for League Artist Natural Design) opened a little more than a year ago as an outgrowth of the League Treatment Center, a 50-year-old organization dedicated to helping the mentally and developmentally disabled.