JUNE 2011 | Art
An engravers plate synthesizes image, mark, and idea into one matrix. You can think of it as a kind of drawing that is more visceral and direct, aspiring to sculpture, as a needle extends the hands gesture or sometimes, in the case of aquatints, as acid is used to brand the image.
SEPT 2011 | Art
George Gittoes was recently able to set aside some time for an extended conversation with Railpublisher Phong Bui and his students in the MFA Art Criticism and Writing program at the School of Visual Arts, via Skype from Pakistan.
JUL-AUG 2011 | ArtSeen
Louis I. Kahn (19011974) saw the architectural plan as a society of rooms, in which each individual space is connected to the other in a dialogue of light and shadow, intimate and sensitive. The ideal place, he said, is one where it is good to learn, good to work, and good to live in.
NOV 2010 | Art
On the occasion of his recent solo exhibition To New York With Love at James Fuentes Gallery, Jonas Mekas, the indefatigable advocate of American independent cinema, graciously took the time out of his busy schedule to meet with the graduate students of the Art Criticism and Writing program at the School of Visual Arts for an in-depth conversation.