Online Screening and Q & A / 2020 07 21
Hammer Museum: Carmen Argote's Last Light Screening and Q&A
Copresented with Clockshop … Shot during the first wave of the pandemic, the artist Carmen Argote's first film, Last Light, is a meditation on walking and memory in Los Angeles.
Congratulations! / 2020 07 07
Suki Seokyeong Kang - 2020 Sarah Lee Elson International Artist-in-Residence, Princeton University Art Museum
Suki Seokyeong Kang, Mat 120 x 165 #19-01, 2019. Triptych; painted steel, woven dyed hwamunseok, thread, wood frame, brass bolt and leather scraps. Recent acquisition of Princeton...
Q & A: / 2020 06 01
These Extraordinary Times with Dryden Goodwin
Empty Street Image Courtesy The Artist … LP: How has your daily routine changed? DG: The rhythm between days working in my studio and two days a week at the Slade has all changed.
Q & A: / 2020 05 29
These Extraordinary Times with Maria Taniguchi
Photograph: Czar Kristoff … LP: How has your daily routine changed? MT: I stopped painting. I was paranoid about the unfolding scenario for the first weeks. The worry for friends...
WATCH: / 2020 05 25
Shot during the artist's residency at Launch Pad LaB, La Boissière, 2018
READ: / 2020 03 03
Interview with Johanna Unzueta, Artforum, Emily LaBarge
READ / 2019 10 08
Profile of Carmen Argote, Frieze, Benoit Loiseau
READ / 2019 03 04
Talking Textiles with Josh Faught, Phaidon
Congratulations to Korean multimedia and performance artist Suki Seokyeong Kang who has been selected as the 2020 Sarah Lee Elson International Artist in Residence at the Princeton University Art Museum. This triptych, purchased by the Museum, is inspired by chunaengmu, a Korean court dance performed by a woman on a reed mat. The metaphor of the mat as a space where artistic action happens is an important theme in the artist’s work. Kang commissions crafts women to make handwoven mats with traditional techniques in patterns of her own design. She then incorporates these weavings into her artworks and performances. #sukiseokyeongkang @princetonu_artmuseum #launchpadfounder #weaving #performance artmuseum.princeton.edu
Dryden Goodwin, whose practice is so rooted in the shifting spaces between and among people finds that the new rules of social distancing cause us to experience relationships differently. Go to the full Q&A on the launchpadart.org website. Here, his Empty Street. #theseextraordinarytimes #artistsinisolation #photography #drawing #film #sladeschooloffineart @drydengoodwin
Her painting, research, collaborative projects abroad, all stopped in their tracks by worry, the need to know, and the stress of the unknowable, Manila-based artist Maria Taniguchi reflects on the effects of the corona virus and makes a reading recommendation. See the full interview on our website. Here, @maria_taniguchi in her studio, photo by Czar Kristoff. #theseextraordinarytimes #artistsinisolation #writingcabinfever @hemanchong #toolsforextinction #painting #mariataniguchi