Sarcastic Flowers: Karen Reimer & Conceptual Craft

Sarcastic Flowers: Karen Reimer & Conceptual Craft

Guest Post by Michael Milano Among the many forms conceptual art of the 60’s and 70’s took, two major threads can be identified. The first, following Sol Lewitt’s definition of conceptual art in which the “idea becomes the machine that makes the art,”# is...
This Is Why Indiana Is The Shit

This Is Why Indiana Is The Shit

Guest Post by Jeriah Hildwine Stephanie and I took the Metra to Hammond, Indiana, where Linda Dorman and Tom Torluemke picked us up at the station, and brought us back to their place.  We ate pizza around their dining room table and then drank beer around a campfire...
Cleopatra’s in Brooklyn and Berlin

Cleopatra’s in Brooklyn and Berlin

GUEST POST BY RACHEL MASON Note: this is the last in a series of three posts guest-blogged by artist Rachel Mason centering on fellow artists, makers and exhibitors in NYC. A few years ago I came across Cleopatra’s (or the idea of it anyway) because of a...
Bradford Nordeen and Dirty Looks

Bradford Nordeen and Dirty Looks

GUEST POST BY RACHEL MASON Note: this is the second in a series of three posts guest-blogged by artist Rachel Mason centering on fellow artists, makers and exhibitors in NYC. I ran into Mary Boom! at one of Louis V.E.S.P.’s Live TV Tapings in New York. Little...