All the Colors We Cannot See
For the cover story of the Autumn 2015 I interviewed Chrysanne Stathacos on her 17 year long epic The Aura Project. You can check out the whole issue online here. “All the Colors We Cannot See” starts on page 15 of the digital version.
Kingdom of the Marvelous
Here is a lo-resolution version of my latest article for The Picture Professional. I had the pleasure of interviewing and analyzing Allison Janae Hamilton’s series Kingdom of the Marvelous.
Gil Riley on Painting, Boobs, and Artistic Drive.
Gil Riley is an MFA painting candidate at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In the Fall of 2011 she was featured in a group show, “My Ghost at Home,” which was titled after one of her paintings at SAIC’s Parallax Gallery. The show featured work by Riley and two of her MFA…
“My Ghost at Home,” Inaugural Show at SAIC’s Parallax Gallery
The artist as “anti-hero” is a modern concept. Think Jackson Pollock in his bookless studio, chain-smoking, and degrading a sacred canvas with plasters of paint and shoe prints — an encounter that is the direct inversion of Michelangelo’s “Creation of Adam.” According to an interview with curator Josh Dihle on the Student Union Gallery’s website,…