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Bruce Gagnier: Interview

Christine Hughes and Donald Martineaw-Vega interview artist Bruce Gagnier. Gagnier observes: “Depth in painting and sculpture has many driving forces and, in some cases, is not easy to recognize without a fully developed plastic consciousness. Mondrian has depth for me because it has such a great system of proportion. And I don’t mean just internal […]

Jessica Stockholder: Interview
TimeOut New York

Paul Laster interviews artist Jessica Stockholder on the occasion of her exhibition The Guests All Crowded Into the Dining Room at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, on view through October 1, 2016. Stockholder comments: “I suppose I consider my work a kind of picture making. I’m interested in the idea of framing—the notion that artworks […]

Helen O’Leary: The Shelf Life of Facts

Artist Helen O’Leary discusses her artistic background and the origins of her current body of work.

Guy Corriero: Interview
Painter's Bread

Michael Rutherford interviews artist Guy Corriero about his work. Corriero, who makes both painting and sculpture, says of his paintings: "I have been building my paintings the same way for a long time; hand-made, irregular rectangles cut from 1/8" poplar sheets with a frame-type edge glued on, then layering them with many coats traditional gesso […]

Per Kirkeby at the Phillips

Per Kirkeby speaks to exhibition co-curator Dorothy Kosinski about the necessity of time in the development of a painting.

Painting How You Feel, Not How You Should
Painter's Bread

Michael Rutherford writes about a selection of painters whose instincts are leading them to make work beyond the limits of "the plane." Rutherford writes: "Professional skateboarders have a saying, 'skate how you feel, not how you should,' and the most experimental and engaging artists have always operated just like that – working how they feel, […]

David von Schlegell: Paintings

In David von Schlegell’s final paintings, material is subjected to both a physical and philosophical alchemy that returns the sculptor to his romantic, painterly roots.