John Sevigny talks with me about his latest project Fiesta Brava

John Sevigny talks with me about his latest project Fiesta Brava 1. Can you talk a little about your artistic influences? Where do you draw your inspiration from? I used to think of influences in terms of certain artists, movements or pieces, mostly paintings. In that sense I haven’t changed much. I was inspired to […]

Which camera would Andy Warhol use today?

Andy Warhol used a variety of cameras in his career. There has been a misconception that he solely used the Minox. While he did use the tiny camera, it was not the only camera he used. Some of Warhol’s cameras included the Polaroid Big Shot, the Olympus AF-1 which latter became the Stylus and Stylus […]

What can you do with an MFA?

Are you considering getting your MFA in fine art? Have you thought about what you could do with the degree? Have you pondered career options as an artist or an educator? Well, your not alone. MFA graduates and students have all pondered these questions. The good news is Ryan Seslow has written a short essay […]

McDonald Wright at the Newport Art Museum

I was recently in Newport, Rhode Island and thought I would check out the McDonald Wright “Rhythm Flows in the Moment” exhibition at the Newport Art Museum. Although a small exhibition of only a few pieces, the work was mesmerizing. Unfortunately no photography was allowed, so I have nothing of the exhibition to post. There […]

Highlights from The Institute of Contemporary Art | Boston | Barry McGee

I was recently in Boston for an art opening and had some free time before my train back to NY. I decided to head over to ICA to check out the highly acclaimed Barry McGee exhibit. It was well worth it! I highly recommend going if you haven’t already. You will not be disappointed. ICA […]

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