Painting

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: 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. 22 – HEIDI ELBERS – FINDING BALANCE

December 4, 2018 EPISODES

  “In this episode of Art Grind, Heidi Elbers reveals her secrets to staying productive and inspired in her art practice while balancing it with a full time job. This episode was recorded on October 2017.” “Connecting with my cultural heritage as a Louisiana native, I paint what I know and that is a celebration of artful dress influenced by the elaborate costumes of Mardi Gras but with a reductive sense of elegance and style. My mother grew up inRead More

EP. 21 – EDWARD MINOFF – GO RAID MORGUES

November 4, 2018 EPISODES

  “In this episode we go deep with Edward Minoff, a painter who has devoted to years to creating magnificent seascapes.  We discuss his fascinating journey from making graffiti art in the Bronx, to working in animation, to becoming an academic painter. We delve into his process of understanding the anatomy of the wave based on observation and imagination.” “Edward Minoff Graduated with honors from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Throughout his high school and college years he studied painting andRead More

EP. 20 – KURT KAUPER – THE UNCANNY VALLEY

October 15, 2018 EPISODES

  “In this episode of Art Grind we sit down with Kurt Kauper, one of the most important contemporary artists of this generation, to discuss his upbringing, his studio practice, and what keeps him up at night” “Kurt Kauper is a painter whose work had, for the past fifteen years, been images of familiar cultural icons—opera divas, Cary Grant, hockey players, and Barack and Michelle Obama—seen in a variety of unfamiliar ways. His figure paintings of historical and imagined peopleRead More

Ep. 17 – Hannah Faith Yata

September 1, 2018 EPISODES

  We have a new temporary host for this episode: Sophia Kayafas who is a brilliant painter and musician. This episode is put together by our new editor Lucas Fauble Hannah Faith Yata is half Japanese and  was born and raised in a small town in Georgia. She grew up with a deep love of nature and animals passed down by the beautiful surroundings in the country and her mother. As a young adult, she studied feminism, psychology, and artRead More

Ep. 14 – Frank Bernarducci – Visionary Art Dealer

July 26, 2018 EPISODES

  “We sit down with gallery director Frank Bernarducci, and discuss his new gallery, the state of the art world, and partying with Andy Warhol. Frank has been a groundbreaking curator and art dealer in NYC since the mid-1980s. In this episode, he tells us how his curatorial career began, what draws him to a work of art, and the do’s and don’t for emerging artists applying to his gallery.” SHOW LINKS Bernarducci Gallery Bernarducci’s IG   Please feel freeRead More

Ep. 12 – Joseph Grazi – Animal Liberation and Revulsion

July 2, 2018 EPISODES

  “In the past, the taxidermic animals, bones, and other natural materials employed in much of Joseph Grazi’s art work have put him at odds with various animal rights activists, casting him in the role of a sort of curmudgeon of this corner of the art world. Verily, the artist would claim, his often controversial selection of materials might draw out negative reactions in some; however, it is precisely this moral panic that Joseph Grazi seems to want to begetRead More

Ep. 10 – Fay Ku – Myth and transformation

June 6, 2018 EPISODES

  “What do you get when you cross images of sexual bondage with lush, botanical illustration and mythical/fairytale references of transformation? Give up? Well, artist Fay Ku has some answers for you, but first let’s take a look at where she’s coming from. Born in Taiwan, Ku came to the States at the young age of three. Ku studied Literature and the Visual Arts at Bennington College (1996) and earned an MS Art History and an MFA Studio Art fromRead More

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