The legendary avant-garde filmmaker, poet, archivist, and activist extraordinaire Jonas Mekas just turned 90, and his output is as unflagging as ever.
Linda Francis has been making paintings and drawings since the early 80s using concepts in astronomy and physics as the starting point of her thinking and exploration of form.
Alex Bacon recently sat down with Ishmael Randall-Weeks to discuss the artists thoughts on utopia, audience, community, and futurity. Randall-Weekss work is on view at Eleven Rivington (Quoin, January 10 February 10) and the Drawing Center (Cuts, Burns, Punctures, January 17 March 13).
In 1831, a year after the July Revolution in France, Heinrich Heine wrote about the Paris Salon and the art he encountered there. Heine observed that the exhibited paintings were like poor children of art, to whom a busy crowd tossed only the alms of an indifferent glance.
When I began writing criticism in 1979, the market presence was known, but rarely appeared as a dominant issue. It was nothing compared to the booming multi-national enterprise that exists today.
Studio in a School President and CEO Tom Cahill and Publisher Phong Bui were tied up with their end of the year demands until recently when they finally had a chance to talk about Cahills life and work over a visit to Studio in a Schools Upper West Side headquarters.
If Kant hadnt been more hardworking than us, would we read him?
Calder Foundation President Alexander S. C. Rower held a public talk with art historian Joachim Pissarro at Mnuchin Gallery on the occasion of Calder: The Complete Bronzes (October 25 February 9, 2013).