Art:Work is a series of interviews, coordinated by Zoë Cohen, that explores the financial realities in a career as a visual artist in Philadelphia. More on this project here.
This is the first in a new series of artist interviews, coordinated by Zoë Cohen, that will explore the financial realities of a career in the visual arts in Philadelphia. More on this project here.
Starting in February 2015, we’ll be launching a new series of artist interviews, coordinated by Zoe Cohen. Titled Art:Work, this series will illuminate the financial realities of a career in the visual arts in Philadelphia. As a corollary to, but separate from, the Studio Visit series, the Art:Work interviews will ask artists to expose the […]
By Deborah Krieger
By J. Louise Makary
By Sam Newhouse While cartoonist Box Brown travels the country promoting his best-selling comic biography, André the Giant: Life and Legend (First Second Books), the original pages sit in a large plastic storage bin on the floor of Brown’s studio in his West Philadelphia home. In between book signings and freelance jobs ranging from Adult […]
By Evan Paul Laudenslager
A conversation with Frédéric Moffet about his video exhibition at Vox Populi‘s Fourth Wall during the Month of May. Conducted and edited by Timothy Belknap.
Apokaluptein:16389067 Interview: Rubens Ghenov and Jesse Krimes discuss Krimes’ monumental work made over three-years in Federal Prison.
by Janette Chien
by Daniel Gerwin
by Alina Grabowski