While preparing for his traveling retrospectivewhich will be on view at MoMA (October 29January 15), at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco (February 17May 13), and at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum for Gegenwart in Berlin (June through September)the painter Brice Marden takes time out to welcome Jeffrey Weiss (an art historian and head curator of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery of Art) at his Tivoli studio in upstate New York, to discuss his life and work.
On the occasion of her traveling survey, Looking at the Land, which will be on view at the Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson University (October 29December 2006), and the University of Rhode Island (January 15February 28, 2007), Merrill Wagner welcomes the Rails art editor John Yau and painter Eve Aschheim to her studio to talk about her life and work.
Born August 20, 1902 to Benjamin and Dora Milgram of Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Milgram Schapiro attended P.S. 125, P.S, 156, and Girl’s High School, graduating in 1919. She then worked as a part-time stenographer at the MacMillan Company and took evening courses in economics and poetry at Hunter College.