Press & Media

Her art form? Sculpture. Her medium? The wind.

  By Contributing writer | The Times-Picayune The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting 300 people who have made New Orleans New Orleans, featuring original artwork commissioned by | The Times-Picayune with Where Y’Art gallery. Today: sculptor Lin Emery. The icon: Lin Emery….  Read More

Portrait of a creative space: The Studio of Nicole Charbonnet

By: Folwell Dunbar for ViaNolaVie | JUL 09, 2018 Nicole Charbonnet’s studio is seven thousand square feet. The main room alone is the size of a middle school gymnasium. The former warehouse built around the turn of the century also contains an apartment (Nicole lives there), storage rooms, a downstairs studio used by another artist, a garage…  Read More

The Brooklyn Museum Presents Rob Wynne: FLOAT

Rob Wynne: FLOAT On view at the Brooklyn Museum from June 6, 2018, to January 6, 2019 The Brooklyn Museum is pleased to present Rob Wynne: FLOAT, a site-specific activation putting the artist’s signature glass installations in dialogue with works in the American Art galleries. The presentation features fifteen works, mostly made from hand-poured, mirrored…  Read More

Q&A: Sculptor Pard Morrison

The local artist who crafts international installations from his Cheyenne Canyon workshop talks about his work and inspiration. By Steven Hayward – for Springs Magazine – May 31, 2018 I first met Pard Morrison a decade ago. I asked him what he did for a living and his reply was simple: “I’m a sculptor.” A kind of local…  Read More

Cultural icons and digital landscapes: A conversation with Vernon Fisher

By Paul Middendorf for Arts and Culture TX Vernon Fisher is an American artist living and working in Fort Worth, Texas. Working with a wide variety of media, he is known for his juxtaposition of imagery and language. In the 1970s he broke away from abstract painting and began including words in his works, which…  Read More

Q & A with Photographer Edward Burtynsky

By FRANCA TOSCANO via Blouin Artinfo Edward Burtynsky is a landscape photographer of a very particular kind: he shoots landscapes and natural settings that have been excavated, cut up, and often gutted by mankind, all in the name of progress. The 63-year-old Canadian is being honored at the Photo London fair (May 17-20) with a tribute and special…  Read More

Ogden show explores a range of abstract art by Southern women

BY JOHN D’ADDARIO | Special to The Advocate MAR 27, 2018 – 2:00 PM The nearly two dozen artists in the Ogden Museum’s “The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction” are — as advertised — women from the South who make abstract art. But their similarities end there. In one gallery, Shawne Major’s…  Read More