Episode 245: Painters/Painting panel at apexart

May 9, 2010 · Print This Article

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Painter and Bad @ Sports NYC correspondent, Tom Sanford will moderate a panel of 5 other painters who will talk about painting. Kamrooz Aram, Holly Coulis, David Humphrey, Dike Blair and Deborah Kass not only represent three or four generations of New York painters and are all prominent voices among their cohort, but also represent a wide variety of approaches to the medium.

These, “the Painters of Painting”, will discuss the current concerns in painting as well as painting’s enduring relevance as a humanistic and idiosyncratic antidote to the prevailing corporate culture of consensus and commodification.

Tom’s wrap up e-mail sent to all involved afterwards-

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Sanford 
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 7:13 AM
To: Tom Sanford
Subject: Thanks from PAINTERS/PAINTING

Hi Guys

I just wanted to send y'all a note to thank the many many of you who

came out to the panel and offer my apologies to those who weren't

able to get in! I am so sorry that a super turnout put apexart in the

position that they had no choice but to not allow a few people in. It

was totally packed inside - i actually had an audience member sitting

on my lap for most of the talk. But thank you all ever so much for

making the effort, i sincerely appreciate the overwhelming show of

interest!

The incredible turn out certainly speaks to the great enthusiasm for

painting in the medium's global capitol city and I think the talk was

a success. The panelists (David, Deb, Holly, Dike & Kamroos) were

charming and interesting and insightful, i did my best to keep us on

course, and Steven Rand and the apexart crew (Cybele, Julia & Julien)

were gracious and generous hosts.

Best of all the audience has plenty of great questions comments and

the occasional well timed out-burst! Special thanks to for really

great questions and comments from Daniel Davidson, Alfred Steiner,

Michael Anderson, Carlos Fragoso, and George Rodart among others

whose names I didn't know - great hustle guys!

Anyway, thanks a million for all of your support and interest and

remember the most important thing is to keep those brushes wet - and

Michael Anderson pointed out with the optimism that we all share for

painting and picture making "There are about 9 million new kinds of

paintings yet to be made!!"

Cheers

Tom



Quit Your Job and Become an Artist Panel Discussion Tomorrow Night!

June 16, 2009 · Print This Article

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Former BAS guests The Post Family will be hosting what looks to be an interesting panel discussion. I wish I could go but we are having a moving party for a BAS member. If your free definitely stop by and check it out. Then let me know how it was,

via The Post Family:

Quit Your Job and Become an Artist
The Post Family and Sonnenzimmer Panel Discussion

As part of Amos Paul Kennedy Jr‘s lovely letterpress show entitled Quit Your Job and Become an Artist, hear members from Sonnenzimmer and The Post Family discuss their own transitions from working in a “typical job” to working as artists in independent and collaborative spheres within the traditional economy. Refreshments provided by Peroni. Brought to you buy Around the Coyote.

Wednesday, June 17 @6:30pm
Flat Splats Gallery
1817 W. Division St
Chicago, IL
$3 suggested donation