Artists Christopher Gideon and Elissa Goldstone live and work miles apart. Yet, they love the same game. The two sat down to discuss baseball and its role within the stadium of contemporary art.
Invented by Ryder Ripps, DUMP.FM is an online image-share platform with the rising reputation as one of the primary breeding grounds for young digital artists. One of them is Glass Popcorn. And he needs a date to the dance.
Tacita Dean is back at the Tate Modern, and is bringing her FILM with her.
Jennifer Lindblad experiences Carsten Höller and discusses the ways in which his work explores contemporary theories of body.
Energy drinks and LEDs shock the system and set the stage for Josh Kline’s curiously energized creative practice.
Artist Matthew Lutz-Kinoy collaborated with producer SOPHIE and triple-threat Chelsea Culp at the New Museum in September. The result? Paint on the dance floor, and an inescapable harmony that you can’t help but whistle to.
Charles Mary Kubricht’s new piece on the High Line dazzles and delights.
Legacy Russell Twitinterviews artist Man Bartlett about Occupy Wall Street, class and economy, and how Twitter just might be the next frontier for public sculpture.
In her latest Shifting Connections, Kathleen MacQueen reflects on three of her favorite shows of the season.
Richard J. Goldstein meets sculptor Robert Lobe in the alchemical environment of his work. Watch a video of their July visit, and then head out to see the installation in its fall splendor.
Carmen McLeod cracks open the creative process with Open Structure, her debut show at CRG.
Patricia Cronin on her installation Memorial to a Marriage. Cronin’s show All is Not Lost, opens at Newcomb Gallery at Tulane University on April 25.
In her latest Shifting Connections, Kathleen MacQueen reflects on three of her favorite shows from the Summer of 2011.
In this roundtable discussion with the participants of the new art show Don’t Wake Up, Richard Goldstein inquires to each artist how estrangement, displacement, and their environment effect their artwork.
Sculptor and installation artist John von Bergen pulls the emotional and cerebral trigger. Samuel Jablon speaks with him here re: site-transience, urban claustrophobia, and the so-called “honesty of materiality.”
When Dr. Hans Prinzhorn published The Artistry of the Insane in 1922, the good doctor couldn’t have anticipated the collection amassed at the 19th Annual Outsider Art Fair in New York this past weekend. Monica Adame Davis explored the outer limits.
Have sculpture, will travel. Isak Berbic shares his motivations and aims for nomadic sculpture.
Lauren Clay’s sculptures permeate the visual field like gamma radiation, unmistakably succulent in their Easter-egg hues.
Sculptor Hans van Meeuwen’s odd fragments and modifications impinge upon the confines of any space they occupy. Summoning adolescent relations and solutions combined with innate tension, he invites viewers to revert at a whim.
Lynn Maliszewski talks with artist Rachel Beach, tracing Beach’s preoccupation with transitions in perception, from the sculptural disorientations shown at Like the Spice Gallery to her upcoming residency at the Lower East Side Printshop.
On the last weekend of January, the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair (ALAC) stamped an impressive footprint on the second floor of the Pacific Design Center (PDC).
Everyone is sad for X Initiative’s one year art attack on Chelsea come to an end. But if we had to see ‘em go, it was sure nice to see ‘em go out with a bang.
Emily Warner reviews Luca Buvoli’s Instant Before Incident at Susan Inglett Gallery.
Kelly Devine Thomas on Mike Kelley, “I said if each one of these toys took 600 hours to make then that’s 600 hours of love; and if I gave this to you, you owe me 600 hours of love; and that’s a lot.”
Web Exclusive Jean Pagliuso sits down with artist and ceramicist Toni Ross to discuss Cycladic art, coil pots and Ross’s recent show at Ricco/Maresca.
WEB EXCLUSIVE With MORE feel good paintings for feel bad times, Deborah Kass continues her dialogue with postwar pop culture. Her new show opened at Paul Kasmin Gallery on January 24.
WEB EXCLUSIVE How does the formless become form? Jane Dickson speaks with the sculptor Arlene Shechet on the eve of her one-woman exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery––about time and the Buddhist precept of paying attention.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Amanda Ross-Ho’s sculptures interweave handcrafted family artifacts with generic, mass-produced objects in an attempt to “reclaim nostalgia as a viable language.” She and Elad Lassry discuss how her bohemian upbringing shapes her work.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Sculptor Rona Pondick on bodily fragmentation and the manipulation of the museum at her Worcester Art Museum exhibition.
Watch a BOMBLive! This video features an interview of artist Ned Smyth by artist Keith Sonnier, filmed in the summer of 2009. It is part of series In the Open: Art & Architecture in Public Spaces.