Sat, 28 March 2009
Holla! NYC correspondents Amanda
Browder and Tom Sanford hang out with artist Michael Anderson in his Harlem
studio. Born in the Bronx in 1968, Mr. Anderson began his artistic career
fusing painting and collage but has concentrated on collage since the early
1990s. Since that time his materials have consisted solely of posters and
billboards found on the streets of international cities and physically torn
down by the artist. (text from Michael's Blog). To prep you when you go see
Michael's show at Marlborough Gallery in Chelsea which opened on March 26th,
2009, Tom and Amanda talk to Michael about his work and end the conversation
with a boxing match, as a way to get out their inner feelings. Michael watches
in fear....or is it hilarity!
Sun, 22 March 2009
It's all Duncan all the time this week. This week's show is a three for the price of one deal!
In preparation for the biggest printmaking event of the year, the
Southern Graphics Council meeting for 2009 hosted by Chicago's
Columbia College, Duncan interrogates Mark Pascale (Curator of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago), Debora Wood (Senior Curator, Northwestern University's Mary and Leigh Block Museum) and Christine Tarkowski (Associate Professor, Fiber and Material Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago) about the current state of Printmaking as an autonomous art form and its position in the academy.
We had better see all of you in Wicker Park this Friday for a kick ass set
of openings at the Green Lantern, Roots and Culture, Llyod Dobbler, and Heaven!
See you then.
Sun, 15 March 2009
week: Duncan and Richard are extremely excited to talk to legendary cartoonist Chris Ware!
Sun, 8 March 2009
This week the San Francisco Bureau continues their series of critics round tables. Patrica and Brian are joined by the curator Joseph del Pesco, as they take a look at the early exhibitions of 2009 in the Bay Area. During the conversation they discuss Dave Lane, Heny Darger, Mads Lynnerup, Paul McCarthy, Coulter Jacobsen, and more.
Sun, 1 March 2009
week: Dude, what is up with the Chicago Poster scene?