“Why would anyone listen to a derivatives lawyer talk about contemporary art?”
Curator and collector Kianga Ellis discusses what she looks for in an artist’s work and her mission to connect artists and collectors via social media platforms.
Curator Finds the Perfect Job (and makes a decent living, too)
Brendan Carroll talks to Erin Riley-Lopez, Curator of the Freedman GAllery at Albright College, about how curators weather an uncertain job market during tough economic times.
Painter’s Hardnosed Observations About Art, Multiple Income Streams, and Living Within One’s Means
Brendan Carroll talks to artist Amy Wilson about how she keeps her studio costs low and strives to live within her means.
New Guest Blogger: Brendan Carroll, Artist, Writer and Independent Curator, NY
Our grateful thanks to Mike HJ Chang for his guest blog series on contemporary art–and contemporary art issues–in Singapore right now. You can keep up with what Mike is …
ON TO DISCIPLINE (my head is my only house unless it rains*)
Stephen Lacy continues his guest blog series looking back at his experience as an artist-in-residence at The Good Hatchery in Ireland with a meditation on discipline and the surprising forms it can take.
Interview with Critic, Curator and Art Historian Cuauhtémoc Medina, Part 1
Cuauhtémoc Medina discusses the changing state of contemporary art in Mexico, and the integration of Mexico City’s cultural scene into that of the global art world.
The Taller Mexicano de Gobelinos: A Tapestry Workshop in Guadalajara
Mariana Aguirre visits the famed Guadalajara workshop whose weavers have created tapestries for artists such as John Currin, Pae White, George Condo and Karen Kilimnik.