This week, Amanda and Tom Sanford talk to Shaun O’Dell and Emily Prince about Shaun’s show “We Remember the Sun” at the Susan Inglett Gallery.
Shaun O’Dell makes drawings, videos, music and sometimes sculpture. His work explores the intertwining realities of the human and natural orders. O’Dell has exhibited his work at many venues, including the Jack Hanley Gallery in San Francisco and Los Angeles, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, UCLA Hammer Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Whitebox in New York, and the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York.
His work is held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum and the Berkeley Art Museum. O’Dell received his MFA from Stanford University. He is the recipient of the 2006 Diebenkorn Teaching Fellowship from the San Francisco Art Institute, 2005 Artadia Award, 2004 SECA Award from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and a 2002 Fleishhacker Foundation Award. He is currently teaching at University of California, Berkeley and California College of the Arts, and is the co-organizer of The New New Masses, a lecture series on Art and Politics.
We Remember the Sun
Susan Inglett Gallery
522 W. 24 St.
New York, NY 10011
February 15th – March 15th
Susan Inglett Gallery
Jules De Balincourt
Randy Lee Sutherland
Sword and Sandals
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_131-Shaun_ODell.mp3
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great show this week,
so good to have the tom/amanda combo in the interview.
perfect listening material for early sunday morning painting.
i have a couple of questions:
1. you aren’t really supposed to look at the sun through a telescope are you? or is that just something that the Man told us when we were kids to keep us from experiencing something really great?
2. when tom was a guest on the show i went and looked up his blog and thought it looked good and made a note to come back and look at it later when i had more time. a couple of days later (when i had more time) i went back and it was gone. i wonder what’s the story there?
thanks for all the great work.
Between your first look and follow up Tom had to enter the witness protection program due to his involvement in the whole east coast-west coast art feud. Thug life.
i just hadn’t posted anything in a year or so, it was a mercy killing.
No need to capitalize, I actually got it right this time!
sorry about that Richard, i have changed my comment log in accordingly.
I do feel damn bad about all that. BAS has a long dark history of spelling woes.
Wow. I may stage a photo version of the winner with Max.
How many time we do have to wait a hear Mike Benedetto because of we love to hear him so many much!
Sorry Shaun, I evidently said Tom O’Dell rather then Shaun while doing the intro. This happened because I suck and I had Tom Sanford on the brain. To the earth…
I’m sorry Shaun.
The work looks pretty freaking awesome. Where can we see more images?
Ah the El Gato Negro where men go to meet women who happen to be men.
I too would love to hear the insane tones of Mike Benedetto once again.
Between getting people’s names wrong and our typos we are pretty fucking amateur hour.
We are all fired.
Thanks El Gato Negro Ladies! See you again this Friday!
Balzac- What a weird post! You make no sense!
I’ve missed you all. Where the f-bomb have you all been?
Mike, perhaps you should do a research trip to the El Gate Negro (assuming it still exists). Balzac actually is accurate in his summary, once upon a time, and it may still be true, it was a bar on Irving when men, generally Latino men, went to meet women, who happened to be men dressed as women, but it was not a gay bar. It is a complicated social dynamic.
Your sanity I cannot speak to really, so he may be off on that account.
Men dressed as women. That’s rich!
Mike should review “Tootsie”.
Interesting views on the SF scene. I would say my experience out here is very different. Perhaps I should prepare a rebuttal…..
yeah, brian…east coast is giving west coast a run for your money!
we will be taking over the world soon….just wait!
ha hahahahah aha!
You’re such a thug Amanda, always roughin people up as they cross the Pulaski bridge into Queens.
Ahhhh — shouldn’t this be titled “Shaun Oâ€™Dell and Emily Prince“.
Good job though.
Where’s the London Bureau?
(But then again, where are we?)
She’s listed, but the core discussion is about his show. Hopefully Emily isn’t filled with angst and rage.
yeah, Michael…watch your back. I’m coming for you….bridge or no bridge.
Amanda hasn’t been in a beat-it style knife fight since Liz Armstrong attacked her.
Which I must say is in the top 10 weirdest moments in BAS history.
That was before I discovered you guys. Is there a report on it somewhere on the “wibby”?
Search the archive for the Liz Armstrong show, she literally pulled a steak knife on Amanda during the interview.
I can’t recall why.
I’d put my money on Amanda – Liz is just a little wee thing.
Small, but wiry, she seemed like she knew her way around a knife.
I think it ended in a draw. Amanda is a lover not a fighter, I think she decided to give Liz some grace and opt not to hurt her.