Con una enorme trayectoria y reconocimiento nacional e internacional, el artista visual argentino, docente y curador Diego Bianchi se formó inicialmente como diseñador gráfico en la Universidad de Buenos Aires y hacia 2002 se involucra de lleno con la práctica artística realizando su primera exhibición individual.
Translating the Intangible: A Conversation with kelli rae adams
kelli rae adams examines invisible and intangible subject matter—invisible labor, care, and money. Trying to get at things we can’t otherwise grasp is the common thread running through her work. In many ways, the consideration of food, as labor and sustenance as well as art material, has played an important role in her very particular, and personal, approach.
Sonic Objects: A Conversation with Tarek Atoui
Most people find the sound of a dripping faucet irritating. But Tarek Atoui, a multimedia visual artist and musician, hears the water drip as one tiny note orchestrating the music of the spheres.
La geografía de la cerámica: Una Conversación con Luciano Giménez
Un poco autodidacta y un poco de manera formal, Luciano Giménez se acerca al dibujo y la cerámica, adoptando su materialidad como medio plástico cuasi favorito. Con estudios en Diseño Industrial y Artes visuales en la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, trabaja esculpiendo cerámica desde hace 14 años, produciendo murales, obras y piezas de vajilla.
Destructive Forces: A Conversation with Jon Kessler
Jon Kessler emerged in the early 1980s with mixed-media wall constructions that incorporated readymades and machine-driven movement, works that juxtaposed discrete zones of figuration against an armature and islands of abstraction, balanced biomorphic and geometric forms, and embraced color, pattern, and decoration.
Object Lessons: Randi Renate
We swam below the surface of a gentle rolling current off the island of Grand Bahama, carrying bright cartons of small coral fragments, fingers of elkhorn coral, and cookie-sized disks of even smaller coral shards that had begun to fuse together.
In And Of the World: A Conversation with Berlinde De Bruyckere
Berlinde De Bruyckere’s work inhabits a psychological terrain of pathos, tenderness, and unease. Her sculptures express vulnerability and fragility, the suffering body—human and animal—as well as the overwhelming power of nature (and time).
Emotional Structures: A Conversation with Liva Isakson Lundin
Liva Isakson Lundin, who was educated in Stockholm and currently works in New York City, creates environments that respond to their sites with great sensitivity. Her installations and sculptures are inspired by Modernism’s century-long legacy, but their formalism is invested with a searching energy and emotional resonance that are thoroughly contemporary.
Mundane Acts: A Conversation with Oscar Tuazon
Oscar Tuazon works in and out of and between sculpture, architecture, and the meditative spirit. His practice also expands toward activism related to land and water access and infrastructure. Often using architectural techniques and materials, he produces quasi-functional objects, parts or representations of spaces, and constructions that are open to use and appropriation.
Open Books: A Conversation with Jukhee Kwon
Jukhee Kwon, who has been making three-dimensional, paper-based works for over a decade, uses discarded books as her primary material, carefully slicing, cutting, and otherwise manipulating their pages to create a variety of unexpected forms—from intimate, small-scale objects to large-scale installations.