Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, March 22
Betty Cunningham

Betty Cuningham first opened her gallery in the 70s. In the interview below she talks about her history as a gallerist and how she works with artists. More can be learned on her website by clicking here.

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, March 15
Barry Schwabsky

Barry Schwabsky is the art critic of The Nation and co-editor of international reviews for Artforum, and his essays have appeared in many other publications, including New Left Review, London Review of Books and Art in America. His books include The Widening Circle: Con­sequences of Modernism in Contemporary Art, Vitamin P: New Perspectives in Painting and several volumes of poetry, the most recent being Book Left…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, March 8
Barbara Gallucci

Barbara Gallucci is an artist whose work has been exhibited at  The DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA;  Bakalar Gallery Mass College of Art, Boston;  Greene St. Gallery, Boston ;  Kayafas Gallery, Boston;  Derek Eller Gallery, NYC;  Lauren Wittels Gallery, NYC;  Site Santa Fe, NM;  Galerie Les Filles Du Calvaire, Paris;  FRAC Credac, Paris;  Le Quartier in Brittany; …

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, March 1
Ida Applebroog

Ida Applebroog is an American artist. Her work is included in many public collections in the United States. During the decade of the 1990s, she received multiple honors including the MacArthur Fellowship, the College Art Association Distinguished Art Award for Lifetime Achievement, and an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, New School for Social Research/Parsons School of Design.  See more on her website.

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Monday, February 23
Rachel Cook

Rachel Cook is Associate Curator at DiverseWorks in Houston. Her curatorial work reconsiders the relationship between images and objects, and investigates methods of delegation embedded within performative and participatory work. While at DiverseWorks, she has helped to organize commissioned projects with Tony Feher, Liz Magic Laser, Heather and Ivan Morison, Wu Tsang, Pepe Mar, and…

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