Ep: 34 Bernardo Siciliano – Painting with Intention

November 8, 2019 EPISODES

  “On this episode of The Art Grind our hosts Marshall and Sophia sit with painter Bernardo Siciliano in his studio in Dumbo. They talk about his work, how he went from studying art history to becoming a self-taught painter, and how he ended up in New York after growing up in Rome. Bernardo also breaks down his view of art history and how coming to terms with paintings from the past affects his work in the present.” Bernardo’s WebsiteRead More

Ep: 33 Jacob Collins – Creating The Right Kind Of World

October 17, 2019 EPISODES

  “On this episode of the Art Grind, our hosts Marshall, Dina, Josh, and Tun speak with a leading figure in the contemporary revival of classical realism Jacob Collins. Jacob breaks down his early inspirations and his struggles early on with the kind of work he makes in an art world full of postmodernists. He also speaks on the value of art and the role that it has played in politics for centuries.” Jacob’s Website Grand Central Atelier Please feelRead More

Ep: 32 Peter Trippi – Art Connoisseur

September 18, 2019 EPISODES

  Our hosts Marshall, Dina, and Tun go back to art history class in this conversation with the wealth of knowledge that is Peter Trippi. Peter is the Editor-in-Cheif of the Fine Art Connoisseur magazine and he speaks on his time spent as director of the Dahesh Museum of Art, how artists are chosen to be featured in the magazine, and what form he believes the art market will take in the future. “At the time of recording, Peter talksRead More

Ep: 31 Miles Yoshida – Alternating Lines

August 19, 2019 EPISODES

“Our hosts Marshall, Dina, and Tun speak with artist Miles Yoshida about his sculptures and incredibly intricate drawings in this interview. Miles talks about growing up in Long Beach and what brought him to the city as well as financial security, or rather, the lack of financial security in pursuing a career in art-making. Miles also breaks down his technique when approaching a drawing and the importance of alternating lines from thick to thin. “

Ep: 30 Esteban Ocampo – If Painting Weren’t A Burden

July 28, 2019 EPISODES

  “Estaban Ocampo speaks on capturing the point of view from his mind’s eye and putting it to canvas on this week’s episode of The Art Grind. Relying more so on imagination and memory rather than only reference, our host’s Marshall and Sophia pick Esteban’s brain about his work sparking joy in its viewers, his process in the studio, and his culture shock from growing up in Columbia and moving to New York.” Esteban’s Website Esteban’s IG Please feel freeRead More

Ep: 29 – Wade Schuman – The Digital Armageddon

July 3, 2019 EPISODES

  “Wade Schuman, born in 1962, has been awarded major scholarships and prizes, including The Mary Post Prize for Painting (Philadelphia), the Award for Excellence from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, three Visual Art Fellowship grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and every possible prize and award from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where he graduated in 1986. His work has been shown in many publications including The New York Times, the New Yorker, the Philadelphia Inquirer,Read More

EP: 28 – Marina Granger – The Artist Advisor

May 22, 2019 EPISODES

  “Marina Press Granger has nearly 15 years of experience working in the New York City art world. She holds a master’s degree in Art History and a special place in her heart for artists. She has curated independently and contributed to various publications. Marina commenced her journey in the art world in in 2003. She continued to flourish and bloomed into a gallery director shortly after. Along the way, she stopped to smell the flowers as a museum employeeRead More

EP: 27 – Jonathan LeVine – Gallery, Artistry, Delusion

May 12, 2019 EPISODES

  “Jonathan Levine Projects is committed to new and cutting edge art. Our roots go back to 1995 when LeVine’s life-long participation in punk and underground music grew into a curatorial experiment with the visual culture that surrounded him. In 2005, he opened Jonathan LeVine Gallery in the Chelsea district of New York City and had great success nurturing the careers of many celebrated artists. In 2017, the gallery relocated to Jersey City with a newfound focus on community andRead More

Ep: 26 – Ben Morea – Revolutionary, Anarchist and Creator

April 20, 2019 EPISODES

  “Up Against the Wall Motherfucker, often shortened as The Motherfuckers or UAW/MF, was an anarchist affinity group based in New York City. This “street gang with analysis” was famous for its Lower East Side direct action and is said to have inspired members of the Weather Underground and the Yippies. The Motherfuckers grew out of a Dada-influenced art group called Black Mask with some additional people involved with the anti-Vietnam War Angry Arts week, held in January 1967.[1] FormedRead More

Ep: 25 – Alonsa Guevara – Rituals

February 24, 2019 EPISODES

  “Alonsa Guevara shares the fascinating story of her arrival in this country, her artistic education, and her survival as a young artist in New York. Alonsa is a Brooklyn based artist. She was born in Rancagua, Chile. Her paintings blur the lines between fantasy and reality while celebrating the connection between humankind and nature. A big part of her inspiration derives from her childhood spent living in the Ecuadorian rainforest with her family, growing up surrounded by tropical landscapesRead More

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