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Alison Saar on Transforming Outrage Into Art

Posted on Nov 6, 2020 in News
Alison Saar on Transforming Outrage Into Art

“Conked” (1997) depicts a woman swallowing her own hair, made of wire. Her face is lined with ceiling tin. Credit: Nolwen Cifuentes for The New York Times Alison Saar has a new public sculpture, Imbue, a 12-foot-tall bronze evoking the Yoruba goddess Yemoja, commissioned by the Benton Museum of Art and now standing in its […]

Beer with a Painter: Judy Pfaff

Posted on May 23, 2020 in News
Beer with a Painter: Judy Pfaff

Judy Pfaff, “Tivoli ➔ Tisbury (A Romance)” (2017), Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury, England Jennifer Samet recently visited Judy Pfaff’s property and studio spaces in Tivoli, New York to interview her for Hyperallergic’s “Beer with a Painter” series of artist features. Throughout the interview, Judy Pfaff speaks of her childhood, reflects on how her experiences growing up […]

David Lynch’s Weather Reports

Posted on May 18, 2020 in News
David Lynch’s Weather Reports

In our current stay-at-home reality, it seems all too fitting that David Lynch has revived the daily weather report videos that he produced in the mid-2000s. Lynch has created a morning ritual of sitting at his desk in his basement, looking up over his shoulder out the window, sharing with viewers his straightforward description of […]

‘She’s Challenging You’: Alison Saar’s Sculptures Speak To Race, Beauty, Power

Posted on May 12, 2020 in News
‘She’s Challenging You’: Alison Saar’s Sculptures Speak To Race, Beauty, Power

“She’s challenging you to sit down in that chair,” Los Angeles artist Alison Saar says of her 2019 sculpture, Set to Simmer. [Jeff McLane/L.A. Louver] Susan Stamberg of NPR’s Morning Edition spoke to Alison Saar about her newest body of work “Chaos in the Kitchen” which was featured in L.A. Louver’s presentation at Frieze Los […]