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Author Archives: Lynn Maliszewski, Contributor-at-Large
“On the afternoon of September 11th 2001, Michael Redpath, a FDNY firefighter with Ladder 169 in Brighton Beach, was dispatched to the ruins of the World Trade Center. ‘The first thing that struck me was the silence,’ said Redpath. ‘Everything was covered with this ash. Everything was white. It was almost like a silent black and white movie.’ Starting just hours after the collapse … Continue reading »
Kathleen MacQueen, presented by the SVA MFA Fine Arts Department. Free and open to the public. Wednesday, October 23, 7:00pm (136 West 21st Street, Room 418F)
A few preoccupations of note:
Photojournalism and the representation of suffering.
Presentation of artworks within … Continue reading »
A conversation with curators Jess Wilcox and Francesca Sonara
New Eyes For New Spaces, an exhibition curated by recent CCS Bard alumnae Jess Wilcox and Francesca Sonara, is a timely dialogue between five artists whose works investigate abstract and fragmented representations of place in the age of digital technologies. … Continue reading »
by Mary L. Coyne
There is an assumption that unmediated experience, even one that is purely perceptual, is an impossibility—the unexplained is almost always preceded by a disclaimer or an exposé; a significant event is heralded by previews and preparations. Explorations of an anticipated future experience are displayed in Roden Crater and Autonomous Structures, which closed April 20th at Pace. The … Continue reading »
by Pac Pobric
“It is more important to fail spectacularly than to achieve mediocrity.” Allison and Peter Smithson, 1954
It’s easy to give a sociological reading of Brutalist architecture as inhuman or cold because that’s largely the consensus. This kind of sociology doesn’t look at form closely enough, if at all. What’s harder than agreeing with it … Continue reading »
Part I of this conversation can be found here.
Max Razdow is a practicing artist based in NYC.
LM: The symbols you work through function in a similar way, often recurring in a number of drawings in the series with slightly varied connotations. Are there any symbols you feel particularly strongly about? … Continue reading »
Lynn Maliszewski: To catch everyone up, you were recently included in a group show at Freight + Volume called What’s the Story?, which considered how one might relay their own particular truth through images. The Nebula Series, a recently completed body of pen and ink drawings, was on display for the very first time. The … Continue reading »