Interview with Mallory Weston

‘Seduction and desire are very important in my work. But just like the most beautiful animals and plants, my work also has defense mechanisms. Some of my pieces are covered with points and spikes, though crafted from alluring materials. They are attractive to the viewer and protective of the wearer. Sort of like BDSM, my…

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Emily Cobb receives fellowship from Wagner Free Institute of Science

Artist Emily Cobb has received a fellowship from the Wagner Free Institute of Science and Temple University. She will be researching for a new body of work inspired  by the collections in their museum and library:  is a perfectly preserved taxidermy and biology museum from the Victorian era.

Lauren Kalman in Artnet

Sarah Cascone from ArtNet checked out PULSE Miami Beach and stated, “Female Artists Take Their Rightful Place at PULSE Miami Beach, strong feminist statements are to be found at every turn.” Included is Lauren Kalman’s series, ‘But if the Crime is Beautiful…’ See work from the series. read the full article

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Harper’s Bazaar features Lauren Kalman’s MAD Museum installation in live feed

Curator Shannon Stratton from the Musuem of Arts and Design took Harper’s Bazaar on a tour though the the museum’s current exhibitions, including LAUREN KALMAN‘s installation in the galleries. You can see the video on the magazine’s Facebook page as party of their live feed program. Lauren’s section begins at minute 4:30 but watch it from…

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Glenn Adamson reviews Myra Mimlitsch-Gray for UK’s CRAFTS Magazine

In his recent CRAFTS Magazine review of Myra Mimlitsch-Gray’s current exhibition at the Dorsky Museum, writer and critic Glenn Adamson writes, “It says something about the demands of metalsmithing that only now, after 30 years as a proficient, prolific and restlessly curious maker, is Myra Mimlitsch-Gray creating her most exciting work. We often say it, but it…

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ARTnews review of Victoria Burge’s exhibition at The Print Center

“From mysteriously reinvented vintage maps and charts to an indigo-painted panel pierced with white-topped butterfly pins to an installation that transforms a gallery into a planetarium of sorts, it’s hard not to sense the uncanny at work in Victoria Burge’s survey at The Print Center. Burge’s intense and curious transformations of existing geographical and celestial…

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Lauren Kalman film screening at Museum of Art and Design

In conjunction with the Museum of Art and Design’s exhibition, LAUREN KALMAN: BUT IF THE CRIME IS BEAUTIFUL… there will be a screening of Kalman‘s films in the Theatre at MAD, Friday, October 14, 2016 – 7:00 pm. This event includes a screening of Kalman’s video work from throughout her career, showcasing her interdisciplinary process with a…

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LACMA opens Boardman Collection

Joining the likes of New York’s Metropolitan Museum and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will open a comprehensive exhibition of contemporary jewelry on October 1st, 2016.  Beyond Bling showcases an extraordinary assemblage of contemporary studio jewelry from the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The exhibition, which features a selection of…

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NYTimes features Doug Bucci in MADE FOR YOU

Doug Bucci‘s in the New York Times for his work in Jennifer Scanlan’s exhibition, Made For You at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (SDMA). “In my opinion, the definition of design is expansive and fluid, especially when you’re talking about one-of-a-kind pieces,” Scanlan said. “A unique object is also an art object. Whether it…

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Susie Ganch in Color of the Year at UICA through July 31

Color of the Year is a group exhibition of original art works each utilizing the 2016 PANTONE® Color of the Year as a major component of execution, and as a point of departure.The show recognizes the influence that fine art has on color use in the realms of fashion, interiors, graphic design, and industrial design. Color of…

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Märta Mattsson in Open Space – Mind Maps at the National Design Museum Stockholm

The exhibition Open Space – Mind Maps. Positions in Contemporary Jewellery intends to illustrate the point at which the actual art in jewellery arrived and what cultural messages take on the most crucial importance in this context. The jewellery in the exhibition represents adventure and experimentation aimed at opposing and protesting against traditional customs, propagandizing a type of…

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