Interview with Adam Gillam

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London artist Adam Gillam Gillam creates objects and installations (constructed mainly from found materials) that navigate a course between painting, sculpture, and installation while also uses elements of animation and photography.

Gillam received his Post Graduate degree at the Royal Academy (1997) and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at De Montfort University in Leicester. His work has been reviewed in publications such...
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zoetica:

London artist Adam Gillam Gillam creates objects and installations (constructed mainly from found materials) that navigate a course between painting, sculpture, and installation while also uses elements of animation and photography....

Karin Weiner Interview

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Karin Weiner received her MFA from Hunter College in 2003 and recently relocated from Brooklyn, New York to Vermont. She has held solo exhibitions at ZieherSmith in New York, including the gallery's project for Art Rock 2006 at Rockefeller Center, and Lisa Boyle Gallery in Chicago as well as group exhibitions in New York, Boston, Chicago, and Vienna. Publications featuring reviews of her work...
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Karin Weiner received her MFA from Hunter College in 2003 and recently relocated from Brooklyn, New York to Vermont. She has held solo exhibitions at ZieherSmith in New York, including the gallery's project for Art Rock 2006 at Rockefeller Center, and Lisa Boyle Gallery in Chicago as well as group...

Bari Ziperstein Interview

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The collages, sculptures, installations, and photography by Los Angeles based artist Bari Ziperstein deal with the architectural history of Los Angeles and how landscapes can be defined by consumerism. Ziperstein, who received her MFA in Studio Art from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), is an adjunct professor at UCSD teaching and is a part of the ever-evolving Getting Your Sh*t Together program...
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The collages, sculptures, installations, and photography by Los Angeles based artist Bari Ziperstein deal with the architectural history of Los Angeles and how landscapes can be defined by consumerism. Ziperstein, who received her MFA in Studio Art from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts),...

Sean Higgins Interview

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nashional:

This is great. Sean is really good guy. I had him for a teacher assistant for drawing 2 when I was sixteen. I hope I get to see a show of his!

Thursday Jan 25, 2007

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Greetings-

For those of you who are coming from the artist interview and are wondering who the hell I am, I own and direct sixspace (contemporary art gallery in Culver City) and do the LA-focused blog art.blogging.la I spend about 90% of my time working on something art-related so I'm pleased to extend that to SG.com. Actually, I'm beyond happy...
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Sarah Cromarty

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The work by Los Angeles artist Sarah Cromarty is an incredible combination of intellect and kitsch - by no means an easy task. In the LA Weekly critic Doug Harvey said that, "her double-glazed confections somehow combine the irresistible sublime of Caspar David Friedrich with the unhinged Hallmark sentiment of 'Deep Thoughts with Jack Handy.'" Cromarty's work involves de-construction and re-construction of materials (generally prints...
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sean:

I love this interview, thanks Caryn!!!

seanbonner:

Her stuff is definitely bad ass, in person it's breathtaking!