Posts Tagged 'art'

AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Romina Chuls

My conversation with artist Romina Chuls ranged from stories of her father taking her on trips in the Andes and their traditional embroidery, to ideas around the decolonization of art museums and her time in residence at TAC. To condense

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Romina Chuls

My conversation with artist Romina Chuls ranged from stories of her father taking her on trips in the Andes and their traditional embroidery, to ideas around the decolonization of art museums and her time in residence at TAC. To condense

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Tiantian Lou

  Tiantian Lou’s studio is full of small projects and samples. These are emblematic of what she has learned about herself over these last few months. She is jumping around themes and materials, exploring the artistic process while also gleaning

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Tiantian Lou

  Tiantian Lou’s studio is full of small projects and samples. These are emblematic of what she has learned about herself over these last few months. She is jumping around themes and materials, exploring the artistic process while also gleaning

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Work in Progress: David B. Smith

I sat down with artist David B. Smith on a Saturday after his Open Studio hours. While the open chance to come in and speak to Smith had passed, he continued to observe how people passing on the street stopped

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Work in Progress: David B. Smith

I sat down with artist David B. Smith on a Saturday after his Open Studio hours. While the open chance to come in and speak to Smith had passed, he continued to observe how people passing on the street stopped

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Work in Progress: Barbara Miñarro

Barbara Miñarro is originally from Monterrey, Mexico, but the January Work in Progress (WIP) resident artist came to the United States at age 11. The first place she lived as a new American was McAllen, Texas, a border town that

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Work in Progress: Barbara Miñarro

Barbara Miñarro is originally from Monterrey, Mexico, but the January Work in Progress (WIP) resident artist came to the United States at age 11. The first place she lived as a new American was McAllen, Texas, a border town that

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Work In Progress: James Hsieh

James Hsieh’s colorful soft sculptures are deceptively childlike. There’s a playful tension between their cute forms and creepy details. At first glance, you might see a cuddly ant or flower but take a closer look: that ant has gnashing teeth

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Work In Progress: James Hsieh

James Hsieh’s colorful soft sculptures are deceptively childlike. There’s a playful tension between their cute forms and creepy details. At first glance, you might see a cuddly ant or flower but take a closer look: that ant has gnashing teeth

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Work In Progress: Erik Bergrin

Children’s laughter fills the studio when I enter the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan location on a Wednesday afternoon. After-school programming is in full force. Yet October WIP artist, Erik Bergrin, remains focused. He has just returned from a supply run

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Work In Progress: Erik Bergrin

Children’s laughter fills the studio when I enter the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan location on a Wednesday afternoon. After-school programming is in full force. Yet October WIP artist, Erik Bergrin, remains focused. He has just returned from a supply run

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October Fiber Art Picks!

Top: Teeth, 2018, by Martha Tuttle; Bottom: No Such Luck, 2017, by Erin M. Riley Dorsky Gallery Complicated Territory feat. Alex McQuilkin, Erin M. Riley, and Martha Tuttle Curated by Bridget Donlon Dorsky Gallery presents Complicated Territory, a group exhibition

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October Fiber Art Picks!

Top: Teeth, 2018, by Martha Tuttle; Bottom: No Such Luck, 2017, by Erin M. Riley Dorsky Gallery Complicated Territory feat. Alex McQuilkin, Erin M. Riley, and Martha Tuttle Curated by Bridget Donlon Dorsky Gallery presents Complicated Territory, a group exhibition

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Work In Progress: Kathleen McDermott

It is nearly 5 p.m. on a Friday when I meet Work In Progress resident, Kathleen McDermott, in the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio. West 8th Street is already beginning to hum with weekend activity as Happy Hour begins, but

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Work In Progress: Kathleen McDermott

It is nearly 5 p.m. on a Friday when I meet Work In Progress resident, Kathleen McDermott, in the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio. West 8th Street is already beginning to hum with weekend activity as Happy Hour begins, but

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PRATT SCHOOL OF DESIGN PRESENTS: TEXTILE THINKING

“Textile Thinking” September 15-30, 2018 Artist Talk: September 30, 3 – 4pm The exhibition Textile Thinking highlights the vibrant and provocative conversations that the faculty and students of the School of Design participate in while interrogating textiles. The field of textiles is

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PRATT SCHOOL OF DESIGN PRESENTS: TEXTILE THINKING

“Textile Thinking” September 15-30, 2018 Artist Talk: September 30, 3 – 4pm The exhibition Textile Thinking highlights the vibrant and provocative conversations that the faculty and students of the School of Design participate in while interrogating textiles. The field of textiles is

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September Fiber Art Picks!

This September, Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort bring New York Textile Month to the city; a festival “designed to celebrate textile creativity and promote textile awareness.” Be sure to check out the website’s calendar for an extensive list

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September Fiber Art Picks!

This September, Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort bring New York Textile Month to the city; a festival “designed to celebrate textile creativity and promote textile awareness.” Be sure to check out the website’s calendar for an extensive list

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