Phyllida Barlow is a pioneering English artist. Her sculptural installations are characterised by their large scale, often made quickly in the same place that they are to be shown and with materials that are subsequently recycled for future use. Their rough appearance conveys the urgency with which they are produced. In addition to being a practising
While looking at Phyllida Barlow’s work I came across the work and writings of Nairy Baghramian – check out a vimeo video of her reading a paper on Subjective Histories of Sculptures. Working in sculptural installations and photography, Nairy Baghramian engages interior design, literature, and art historical debates around minimalism in order to comment on
found this dude today via the instagram, holy shit his shit is good. dirty, irreverent, arty and thought provoking, need I say more? check Leo Coyte out… and listen to him talk about his work.
Another Find in Juxtapoz – Alicia McCarthy is a Bay Area artist that came out of the Mission School in SF. She makes nice use of found materials for her work (love that she reuses old,found surfaces) and interesting patterns and mediums.
There are times when I am anti the “magazine” the waste and the guilt I feel causes me to abstain for a while. I’m back on the paper trail and am enjoying finding new artists to look at… Andrea Buttner is one of those I recently found in Art Forum. moss garden – steel frame
The kids are sleeping, we are sleeping, my brain is beginning to work again, i am back in the studio making new things… (feels good)