Saturday, July 20, 2019

INTERVIEW

Interviews of the contemporary art community.

Kerry Phillips | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"My parents grew up on farms. One grandmother collected things (kept things) and the other was a Grand Storyteller. Both influenced me...

Luis García-Nerey | Aesthetics & Values at the Frost Museum

interview by Eddie Arroyo Whether it’s a painting, a wood-based sculpture, or an installation created with found objects, much of Garcia-Nerey’s work is based on...

Eurydice | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Born on Lesbos, Greece, Eurydice is a multimedia artist & writer whose body of work is infused with a consistent ideological & aesthetic study...

Live from the Everglades, Part Two

South Florida’s subtropical wilderness inspired us to stage a remote radio broadcast from the Everglades. On February 24, 2019, we brought live and pre-recorded...

Where Art Meets Cultural History

On this radio program, we take you places where art intersects with cultural history. Listen to our encounters with artists Samson Young (Hong Kong)...

Brookhart Jonquil | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

“In this work I’m looking at continuous cycles of expansion and rest that seem to be found in everything that changes through time. A...

Gary Simmons | Modern Art Notes

Episode No. 300 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Gary Simmons. Gary Simmons’s newest installation is on view at the California African American...

Laura Marsh | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"My mother sewed my clothes, my sibling's clothes, and we recycled as a humble family. She learned to sew in Home Economics, a high...

Diaspora Vibe in Miami | Fresh Art International

Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator commitment to artists of Caribbean and diverse cultures ensures they receive validation, visibility and professional opportunities. Our artists break...

a conversation with Harumi Abe

by Eddie Arroyo Hollywood Florida has always been a place between Miami and Fort Lauderdale both literally and figuratively. The people there are not...