Made a quick stop in Ossining during our drive back from a day trip to Pennsylvania last weekend. (We embarked on a quick trip up to PA to drop off some cassette tapes that my husband’s record label, Lost Treasures of the Underworld, just released for the artist Wharton Tiers.) Made it to Ossining just […]
Went to see some films by Martha Colburn at Anthology Film Archive last night. Seeing her work on the big screen is always exciting. I first saw her work in the mid-nineties, while at art school, and immediately fell in love with it. View some of her animations here: And some interviews / Art 21:
Everest Hall studio visit
Heather Morgan interviews the painter Everest Hall. Studio photographs by Violet Shuraka. Everest and I attended graduate school at Yale at the same time, so I have been a long time fan of his painterly mastery. Your work at that time was very painstaking and slow. How would you describe the way your process has […]
art to see
Went on a quick Chelsea art tour this afternoon, here are some images from my favorite painting show of the afternoon. Michael Alvarez, We’re Out Here, Marlborough Contemporary, NYC. See more of Michael’s work here.
John Mitchell studio visit
Heather Morgan interviews the painter John Mitchell. Studio photographs by Violet Shuraka. John Mitchell is a painter in what is today considered “the traditional mold”— undergraduate at Chicago Art Institute and graduate study at Yale. We worked in studios just down the hall from one another 18 years ago at Yale. Today I am […]
Just got my first issue of Frieze Mag in the mail after letting my subscription lapse for a year+. I really enjoy Frieze SO much more than Artforum! Artforum can get soooooooooo boring but Frieze always mixes it up just the right amount (not just about fine art all the time), I enjoy the artists […]
Really into this new show on HBO called The Deuce. Saw them filming the above scene about a year ago in Greenpoint and was freaking out because there were beautiful vintage cars lining Franklin St., Greenpoint Ave., and a couple of the side streets nearby. I asked someone on set what show they were filming, […]
ART TO SEE: Joel Meyerowitz at Beetles+Huxley Gallery, London. May 23rd – June 24th NY Times article here. All photos © Joel Meyerowitz.
Check out the new music video by past C & P featured artist Admiral Grey. See C & P interview here.
NADA at The Atrium: Rose Kallal
GO SEE: Rose Kallal NADA at The Atrium Presented with Lyles & King At the David Rubenstein Atrium 61 West 62nd Street June 1, 7:30 pm (Free and open to the public) More info here. Film stills © Rose Kallal