Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, November 23
Heather Nicol

Heather Nicol is interviewed by Kristen Fahrig. Nicol a Toronto based artist and curator. Her installations and independent curatorial projects share an interest in site conditions, and have explored locations such as Santiago Calatrava’s soaring atrium at Brookfield Place, the Great Hall of Union Station, a decommissioned pubic school, and vacant sweatshop (all in Toronto).…

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Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, November 16
Ann Landi

Ann Landi has been a contributing editor of ARTnews for nearly 20 years and writes several times a year on art and culture for the Wall Street Journal. She holds degrees in art history from Princeton and Columbia and is the author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art(2001)

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Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, November 9
Erin Shirreff

Erin Shirreff is an artist living and working in New York City. In this interview she talks about current projects as well as her beginnings  in NYC. To learn more visit her website here.

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Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, November 2
Susan Sollins

Susan Sollins, Executive Producer and Curator of Art in the Twenty-First Century, has been well known in the field of contemporary art for more than 30 years for her innovations in public programming and museum education, and as a curator. Learn more about her 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, October 26
Dave Hardy

Dave Hardy is represented by Regina Rex. His work is included in “A Chromatic Loss” curated by Jeffrey Uslip at Bortolami Gallery in Chelsea through February 15. Selected group exhibitions include Make It Now at Sculpture Center, Weird Science at Jack Hanley Gallery and Greater New York 2005 at PS1/MOMA. He has had solo exhibitions at Regina Rex, the 92Y Tribeca, Art in General and La Mama…

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