Episode 467: Lauren Silberman and Kristen Schiele

August 11, 2014 · Print This Article

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This week: We talk to artists Lauren Silberman and Kristen Schiele! Duncan chews loudly on mic! Amanda tells Duncan he looks like a naked mole rat with a sweater! Richard is not fun at parties! All this and more!
One of my favorite shows in a good long while, classic BAS.

Lauren Silberman lives and works in New York City.  She received her MFA from the International Center of Photography-Bard Program in Advanced Photographic Studies and her BA in Art History from Barnard College. She is currently a faculty member at the International Center of Photography.  Lauren recently completed a residency with Camera Club of New York in 2012 and was an artist-in-residence in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace program during the 2008-2009 year and was a Visiting Scholar at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. She has performed at Location One, Deitch Projects and 3rd Ward, as well as the several underground events and venues that have provided inspiration for her work. She has been featured in PDN’s photo annual as emerging talent and exhibited in New York and abroad.  Some of Lauren’s clients include The New Yorker, Fortune Magazine, Brooklyn Industries and her work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine.

For inquiries regarding commissions or to purchase work, please email Lauren @ laurendarling dot com.

Lauren’s TUMBLR

Follow her on Instagram @misslaurendarling.

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Kristen Schiele creates work in painting and sculpture. The works are inspired by stage sets, cinema, folklore, allegory, kitsch, and story telling that is theatrical and playful.
Currently, the work involves paintings of secret hide outs and bold, brightly patterned shadow boxes. Games, books, posters and graffiti cover the walls of Midwestern abandoned or new build-out subdivision-style constructions; the idyllic location of a kid’s summertime.

“OOOT MMMMM” collaborative silkscreen artist book with poet Abraham Smith, printed by Kayrock Screenprinting is available online:
http://www.kayrock.org/books/index.html

Upcoming:

September 7, “Spirit Girls” Lu Magnus Gallery, NYC

September 26, “Escape from New York” with Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark

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