Rail publisher Phong Bui and Art Editor John Yau paid a visit one sunny Saturday to the authors home/office which he shares with his wife Lucy Freeman Sandler, scholar of Medieval art, to talk about his life and work.
On a June afternoon John Yau interviewed Whitfield Lovell about his charcoal drawings on wood surfaces and other found objects.
Seo-Bo Parknow in his mid-seventiesis considered one of the leading figures in bringing the European Modernist concept of art to Korea in the late fifties after the Korean War.
What is Dada? asked Theo von Doesburg. The answer came from Tristan Tzara: Dada is a state of mind.
Originally organized by the Centre George Pompidou in Paris under the curatorial guidance of Laurent Le Bon, “Dada” was given two venues in the United States…
I first learned about Eva Hesse while I was in undergraduate school at University of the Arts through a former teacher, Ree Morton, who would talk about Hess and her work profusely in class.
“Lines/Language,” the first topic on the invitation to a recent panel on Eva Hesse seemed loaded with potential.