Posts Tagged ‘Interviews’

Summer Reading – In Conversation: Peter Schjeldahl

Phong Bui. Portrait of Peter Schjeldahl, n.d.; Pencil on paper.

Today from our friends at the Brooklyn Rail, we bring you Jarrett Earnest’s conversation with famed art critic Peter Schjeldahl. This interview is perfect for our Summer Reading series because it digs deep into what it means to contemplate and respond to contemporary art; Schjeldahl says, “Looking at art is like, ‘Here are the answers. What were the questions?’” This article was originally published on July 13, 2015. In[…..]

Interview with Judith Bernstein

QUATTRO CUNTS 2015 Oil on Canvas 84 x 84 Inches

I can take [an] image and make it into a feminist power image… I made my signatures gigantic because I wanted to make sure everyone knew a woman did it.

Everything is Intertwined: Jay Kinney’s Gnosis Magazine

left to right: Bijou Funnies #1 (Fall 1968), illustration Jay Lynch;
page from Bijou Funnies #1 (Fall 1968) [all images courtesy Jay Kinney]

On Wednesday, the forty-eight-year-old San Francisco Bay Guardian announced that it would shut its doors, effective immediately. A report on the Bay Area blog SFist quotes SFBG publisher Glenn Zuehls as saying, “Unfortunately, […] the obstacles for a profitable Bay Guardian are too great to overcome.” This, despite the SFBG’s wide popularity and the vast wealth that exists in the region.  The circumstances of this terminus are echoed in an interview between Art Papers‘ Editor/Artistic Director[…..]

Airing Out the D: A Conversation with Caitlin Cunningham

Caitlin Cunningham’s current solo exhibition is on view at sophiajacob in Baltimore, Maryland, through May 25th. The show, informally titled Tan Penis Island, extends from a focused critique of the legacy of modernist painter Paul Gauguin’s exploitation of Tahiti to examine the ramifications of fantastic projection, the economy of colonization, and the production of white masculinity through the exotic Other. Cunningham integrates live plants and[…..]

Talking in Circles: An Interview with Aki Sasamoto

Amongst the many trends floating around the contemporary art world, you may have noticed a resurgence in performance art in galleries and museums.  The old guard of artists from the 60’s and 70’s are being recognized in grand retrospectives, such as Marina Abramovic’s critically acclaimed The Artist is Present at MoMA in 2010, as well as the Guggenheim’s current show, Gutai: Splendid Playground, a retrospective of[…..]