Posts Tagged 'contemporary art'

Work in Progress: Julia Kwon

During the month of May, we have the pleasure of hosting Julia Kwon as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident at TAC. She is an interdisciplinary artist who is passionate about the process of making as well as visually actualizing

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Work in Progress: Julia Kwon

During the month of May, we have the pleasure of hosting Julia Kwon as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident at TAC. She is an interdisciplinary artist who is passionate about the process of making as well as visually actualizing

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Work In Progress: Tegan Brozyna

This April, we have the pleasure of hosting Tegan Brozyna as our Work in Progress (WIP) Resident at TAC. She is a mixed media artist who draws from her background in painting and drawing to create work that is a hybrid

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Work In Progress: Tegan Brozyna

This April, we have the pleasure of hosting Tegan Brozyna as our Work in Progress (WIP) Resident at TAC. She is a mixed media artist who draws from her background in painting and drawing to create work that is a hybrid

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Work In Progress: Sarah Hewitt

During the month of March, we have the pleasure of hosting Sarah Hewitt as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident at TAC. She is a contemporary artist whose constructions are crafted using laborious textile techniques, sacred rituals, and synthetic, mass

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Work In Progress: Sarah Hewitt

During the month of March, we have the pleasure of hosting Sarah Hewitt as our Work in Progress (WIP) resident at TAC. She is a contemporary artist whose constructions are crafted using laborious textile techniques, sacred rituals, and synthetic, mass

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Textile Framework: A New Investigation into Contemporary Textile Art

Today marks the launch of Textile Framework, an online resource dedicated to contextualizing work being done in the contemporary textile world. During my internship at TAC, I came up with the idea to create an online archive that acts to

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Textile Framework: A New Investigation into Contemporary Textile Art

Today marks the launch of Textile Framework, an online resource dedicated to contextualizing work being done in the contemporary textile world. During my internship at TAC, I came up with the idea to create an online archive that acts to

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Sharon Etgar

Typically, thanks to the internet, I find a lot of my inspiration via tumblr and the blackhole of clicking every interesting link…until I can’t even remember where I started. Take Sharon Etgar for instance: I have no recollection of how

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Sharon Etgar

Typically, thanks to the internet, I find a lot of my inspiration via tumblr and the blackhole of clicking every interesting link…until I can’t even remember where I started. Take Sharon Etgar for instance: I have no recollection of how

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A MAN WITH A LOOM: Ethan Cook, Ben Barretto and Brent Wadden

In my studies and in my travels I have carefully taken note of the role that gender plays amongst weavers in various cultures.  In Guatemala the women weave on wide and tall floor looms, creating housewares and clothing.  In Panama,

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A MAN WITH A LOOM: Ethan Cook, Ben Barretto and Brent Wadden

In my studies and in my travels I have carefully taken note of the role that gender plays amongst weavers in various cultures.  In Guatemala the women weave on wide and tall floor looms, creating housewares and clothing.  In Panama,

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Chris Martin Paintings on Burlap

I am a lover of art across many mediums. However, one thing that draws me back to textiles time and time again is the power of fabric to add sensuality and content to work. The burlap paintings of Brooklyn based

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Chris Martin Paintings on Burlap

I am a lover of art across many mediums. However, one thing that draws me back to textiles time and time again is the power of fabric to add sensuality and content to work. The burlap paintings of Brooklyn based

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Textiles at the Whitney Biennial

I’ve visited the 2012 Whitney Biennial a few times by now and I’m happy to report that textiles are well-represented there, particularly in the work of Kai Althoff, Elaine Reichek, and Nick Mauss. German artist Kai Althoff’s work is prominently

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Textiles at the Whitney Biennial

I’ve visited the 2012 Whitney Biennial a few times by now and I’m happy to report that textiles are well-represented there, particularly in the work of Kai Althoff, Elaine Reichek, and Nick Mauss. German artist Kai Althoff’s work is prominently

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Anne Lindberg: Drawn Pink

If you’re in the Omaha, Nebraska area from now until March 31st go check out the current exhibit Placemakers at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. There you’ll find the piece drawn pink (2012) by artist Anne Lindberg, a 40 foot installation made

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Anne Lindberg: Drawn Pink

If you’re in the Omaha, Nebraska area from now until March 31st go check out the current exhibit Placemakers at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. There you’ll find the piece drawn pink (2012) by artist Anne Lindberg, a 40 foot installation made

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