Brown University published an interview with Richard Evan Schwartz in which he discusses his participation in Metric on a Torus at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. The exhibition is on view until March 25, 2023.
Glen Baldridge was interviewed by David Graver for Cool Hunting, an online arts and culture publication. Baldridge discusses his use of the owl, a frequent motif in his more recent paintings, as well as the hidden phrases he includes in many works.
Amna Asghar was interviewed by Brainard Carey for The Museum of Non-Visible Art on Yale Radio. Asghar discusses the backstory behind the title of her 2023 solo exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend gallery, what she is currently reading, the cinematic and art historical references in her work, and more.
David Scanavino joins Brian Alfred on a new episode of Sound and Vision. The two discuss Scanavino’s time at RISD, fake Vermeers, and ’60s rock, among other things.
Please join us for a conversation surrounding Nancy Brooks Brody’s 18 Feet 8 Inch Line with Jill Casid , Jo-ey Tang, and Nancy Brooks Brody, Friday, September 20th, 6:00 pm at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Alex Dodge is interviewed in Japan Metropolis about his new work and upcoming show at Maki Fine Arts in Tokyo.
Amna Asghar is interviewed about the influence of Andy Warhol on the occasion of the Whitney Museum’s “Andy Warhol: A to B and Back Again.”
Tamara Gonzales is interviewed by Brian Alfred— now up on the Sound and Vision podcast.
Sam Contis talks with Matthew Connors and Steel Stillman at the SVA Theatre
Tamara Gonzales will give a lecture on her work at The New York Studio School on February 20, 2018 at 6:30. The lecture is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Click here for more info.
Wednesday, December 9, 7pm
Please join us for an artist talk at the Swiss Institute celebrating the recent Art&Sex Edition of Kaleidoscope magazine, a special themed issue dedicated to all expressions of sexuality as addressed in contemporary art and visual culture.
The talk expands on “Sex on Paper,” a visual feature curated by New York-based artist Mathew Cerletty in the Art&Sex Edition—a selection of works on paper that “playfully reflect some of the many complications of human sexuality: fantasy, twisted obsession, unbridled lust, sweet vulnerability, and of course the simple beauty of a physical connection.” Alongside Cerletty, participants of the talk, moderated by Kaleidoscope’s editor Alexander Shulan, include featured artists Betty Tompkins, Emily Mae Smith and Jonah Koppel.
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Benjamin Butler talks with Ridley Howard in the Huffington Post
As the current Artist in Residence at UNLV, David Gilbert will be giving an artist talk on Thursday, February 27th, 3 PM at Grant Hall at the UNLV campus. For more information click here.
Samuel Jablon interviews Tamara Gonzales about her work and her current show at Klaus
An interview with David Scanavino on his piece Candy Crush, at The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, in Alive Magazine.