This week: THE AMANDA BROWDER SHOW (TM)(R)(C)(WTF) Amanda talks to Judy Blum Reddy!
New York artist Judith Blum Reddy speaks with Amanda Browder about her life as an emerging artist in the 60’s and 70’s in New York (SoHo) and Paris. Her upcoming solo show in Mumbai, India at the Clarke House Initiative called “Mashup” curated by Sumesh Sharma and Zasha Colah. This retrospective covers her work from the early days as a young artist mapping the streets of Paris to her current work which incorporates text, memories and personal mementos. She discusses her run ins with Ana Mendieta, and the women’s movement in nyc in the 70’s and 80’s.
Also Duncan MacKenzie, co-host/founder/dependant of this very program has an art show opening this Thursday at Sector 2337!
2337 North Milwaukee, Chicago, IL. Contract kllers and bounty hunters this is a rare chance to get them both in one fell swoop and there is the added bonus of seeing some Kickass Mackenzie/Kuras art! Be there or be squa..a docuhebag who is dead to us! 7-9 PM.
This week: Brian and Patricia talk to Tucker Nichols
This week: From Open Engagement 2014 we talk to Deborah Fisher Executive Director of A Blade of Grass.
Their applications have already closed for 2015 but you can find them here.
Here you can find the list of artists they supported last year.
This week: We talk to Philip Vanderhyden about his work, particularly his recreation / revivial / refabrication / collaboration / whatever-you-want-to-call-it with the late, great and her 1988 work “People in Pain”.
Also, Richard has an announcement. With his final words you’ll find an ace that you can keep.
This week: Duncan, Abigail Satinsky and Columbia College Chicago’s own Amy Mooney talk the author and curator Chelsea Haines.
They -do not- talk about hot dog stands as art constructs, much to Richard’s amazement.