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Art Sense

  • Ep. 148: Artist Gisela Colón

    18 GIU 2024 · A conversation with artist Gisela Colón. Gisela is a Puerto Rican-American artist who explores themes of energy, time, and our place in the universe through the construction of totem-like sculptures and colorful reliefs. She is particularly known for her use of unique, light-activated colors which refract light in unexpected ways. In the conversation, Gisela discusses her roots in Puerto Rico, her affiliation with West Coast minimalism and her current exhibits in New York and Brazil.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 50 sec.
  • Ep. 147: Author Rochelle Gurstein "Written in Water: The Ephemeral Life of the Classic in Art”

    11 GIU 2024 · A conversation with author Rochelle Gurstein about her new book “Written in Water: The Ephemeral Life of the Classic in Art”. Gurstein set out to explore and establish a solid foundation for the classic in the history of taste. However, to her surprise, that history instead revealed repeated episodes of soaring and falling reputations, rediscoveries of long-forgotten artists, and radical shifts in the canon, all of which went so completely against common knowledge that it was hard to believe it was true. In the conversation, Rochelle discusses this surprisingly fluid history of what is loved and respected in the history of art.
    Ascoltato 56 min. 7 sec.
  • Ep. 146: Artist Pam Glick

    4 GIU 2024 · A conversation with artist Pam Glick. In the conversation, the Buffalo native discusses her lifelong fascination with Niagara Falls and its persistent influence on her work. We also discuss her time at RISD, the evolution of her abstract work, and her ability to overcome the hurdles that life throws at each of us.
    Ascoltato 1 h 1 min. 9 sec.
  • Ep. 145: Artist Stanley Whitney

    30 MAG 2024 · A conversation with the celebrated artist Stanley Whitney. Known for his vibrant use of color and rhythmic compositions, Stanley will take us through the journey of his illustrious career, including its pivotal moments, challenges, and triumphs. Stanley currently has two major exhibitions of his work on view. First, a survey of new work titled "By the Love of Those Unloved" at Gagosian’s 980 Madison Avenue location in New York. And second, a comprehensive retrospective titled  "How High the Moon," at the Buffalo AKG Art Museum.
    Ascoltato 51 min. 38 sec.
  • Ep. 144: Artist diewiththemostlikes and Glitch Marfa Co-Founder Derek Edward Schloss

    27 MAG 2024 · A conversation with digital artist and author diewiththemostlikes, whose work consists of short creative prose and digital graphics which examine the human condition through an absurdist lens. Die’s work is filled with scenes of consumption and excess by figures oblivious of the death and decay around them. I encourage listeners to follow the links in the episode description to understand more clearly the nature of his work, especially on the platform formerly known as Twitter. Previous guest Derek Edward Schloss also joins the conversation to talk about his new gallery Glitch Marfa and the artist residency “30 Days in Marfa'' which diewiththemostlikes is currently concluding. That conclusion will culminate with an NFT drop on Art Blocks titled “Nameless Dread”.
    Ascoltato 43 min. 37 sec.
  • Ep. 143: Artist Daniel Walbidi

    23 MAG 2024 · A conversation with Daniel Walbidi, an extraordinary indigenous Australian artist whose work bridges the spiritual and ancient wisdom of the desert with contemporary artistic expression. The one-on-one discussion with Daniel provided the unique opportunity to connect through the common language of visual art with someone nearly 10,000 miles away. In the conversation, Daniel and I discuss his creative process, the significance of his cultural heritage, and the importance of place in his art. We also explore the meditative nature of both producing and experiencing art. Our conversation centers around his latest show, ‘Yurlupirti - Forever Without End (eternal),’ which is the inaugural exhibition at D’Lan Contemporary’s new space in New York. This exhibition features ten new paintings that delve deeper into Daniel's personal beliefs and cultural perspectives, highlighting the fusion of coastal and desert environments through a vivid and layered abstract style.
    Ascoltato 30 min. 16 sec.
  • Ep. 142: Art Collector Jordan Schnitzer "First Came a Friendship: Sidney B. Felsen and the Artists at Gemini G.E.L."

    20 MAG 2024 · A conversation with Jordan Schnitzer, the world's foremost collector of prints and multiples. In the conversation, we discuss Jordan’s undeniable passion for art, his thoughts on collecting, and his unwavering support for arts programming. In particular, we delve into his support of a current exhibition at The Getty titled "First Came a Friendship: Sidney B. Felsen and the Artists at Gemini G.E.L." For over five decades, Gemini G.E.L Co-Founder Sidney B. Felsen has documented the vibrant life and creative processes at Gemini through his love of photography. This has resulted in an unmatched historical record of some of the most influential artists of the last sixty years, including Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, Ellsworth Kelly, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Gehry and Julie Mehretu. Felsen's intimate photographs which capture the collaborations and friendships that have shaped Gemini's legacy, are on view at The Getty through July 7.
    Ascoltato 51 min. 27 sec.
  • Ep. 141: Artist Jim Shaw

    16 MAG 2024 · A conversation with Jim Shaw, an artist known for his eclectic approach and profound commentary on contemporary culture. Jim's expansive body of work spans a variety of media, from large-scale paintings to intricate drawings, each piece offering a window into his rich and complex imagination. Throughout his career, Jim has drawn heavily on post-war popular advertising, using the familiar visuals of mid-century America as a backdrop for his exploration of society's undercurrents. In the conversation, we delve into Jim's fascination with the juxtaposition of invented religions—creating narratives that blur the lines between reality and fiction, and challenge our perceptions of belief and ideology. We also get an inside look at his inspirations and working process, revealing how historical influences and personal experiences shape his artistic vision. In addition, we discuss the work that is currently captivating audiences at several major exhibitions, including Gagosian in London, the Palazzo Diedo in Venice, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp. These shows collectively present a comprehensive view of his artistic journey and the themes that continue to drive his work.
    Ascoltato 58 min. 25 sec.
  • Ep. 140: Art Critic Roberta Smith

    14 MAG 2024 · A conversation with the legendary art critic, Roberta Smith. For nearly five decades, Roberta has been a guiding force in the art world, shaping conversations and perceptions with her incisive critiques and unparalleled insights. From her early days working alongside Donald Judd to her illustrious tenure at The New York Times, Roberta's journey through the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary art offers a unique perspective on the intersection of creativity, criticism, and culture. In the conversation, we delve into Roberta's remarkable career, exploring the challenges and triumphs of navigating the art world's intricacies, as well as gathering insights into how she crafts her acclaimed reviews and essays. In addition, we'll explore the dynamic interplay between art and life, as Roberta shares her experiences as a partner to fellow art critic Jerry Saltz. Together, they form a powerhouse couple whose passion for art reverberates through their personal and professional lives.
    Ascoltato 52 min. 21 sec.
  • Ep. 139: Jeffrey Deitch "Luncheons on the Grass"

    7 MAG 2024 · A conversation with the iconic Jeffrey Deitch regarding an exciting 2022 exhibition at Deitch’s Los Angeles gallery that has been synthesized into a new book titled "Luncheons on the Grass," available now from Rizzoli Electa. The innovative exhibition revisited and reimagined Édouard Manet’s seminal work, Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe, a painting that shocked the 1863 Parisian art scene and is often heralded as the first modern painting. Our conversation explores how Deitch convinced over thirty of today’s most acclaimed painters (including Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons and Christina Quarles) to respond to Manet's painting by creating works that dialogue with this historic piece, each bringing contemporary perspectives to themes of modernism, realism, and societal depiction. The result not only reconsiders Manet’s impact on modern art but also examines the intersections of historical reverence and contemporary creativity. Jeffrey and I are also joined for the conversation by Viola Angiolini, Director of Research and Curatorial Projects at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery.
    Ascoltato 31 min. 41 sec.

Step into the studios, galleries, museums and boardrooms of the art world with Art Sense. Join host Craig Gould in insightful, one-on-one conversations that delve deep into the minds of...

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Step into the studios, galleries, museums and boardrooms of the art world with Art Sense. Join host Craig Gould in insightful, one-on-one conversations that delve deep into the minds of art world thought leaders. From compelling authors to visionary technologists, this podcast explores the diverse perspectives of art historians, curators, museum directors, artists, and business leaders, offering listeners an enriching journey through the origins of masterpieces to the emerging horizon of art and innovation shaping our cultural landscape.
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