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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about visual art. The program features host Tyler Green's conversations with artists, art historians, curators, critics and authors. It is published each Thursday.
 
I Like Your Work is dedicated to interviewing creative people from painters and artists to collectors and curators. People who are involved in a creative lifestyle and also in building community within the arts. Join artist Erika b Hess every Saturday as she talks to someone new about what they are exploring in their work.
 
Back to the Drawing Board cultivates a unique perspective on the shape, role and meaning of visual art in the everyday world. Through interviews with adventurous and out-of-the-box thinkers and makers, Back to the Drawing Board instills an approachable and fun integration of life and art.
 
Join artist Dan Jaboor, our intrepid host, as he explores the world of visual art: painting, photography, sculpture, and even the occasional weird performance art piece. Show notes and other additional content for each episode can be found at http://DanJaboor.com/podcast
 
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Episode No. 385 features curators Frederick Ilchman and John Marciari. Along with Robert Echols, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston curator Frederick Ilchman has organized "Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance Venice" at the National Gallery of Art. The exhibition, the first Tintoretto retrospective in the United States, opens on Sunday and will remain o ...…
 
Today I am excited to share my interview with Amy Lincoln! I met up with Amy in Queens, NY where she lives/works and I felt like I was sitting down with a good friend even though I had never met her. I love that this interview keeps it really real because Amy has a 4mth old baby and a 4-year-old. This is the place where she creates, paints and ...…
 
Episode No. 384 features curators Anne Umland and Esther Gabara. The Museum of Modern Art, New York is presenting "Joan Miró: Birth of the World." While most of the exhibition comes from MoMA's excellent Miró collection, it is augmented by several key loans, including the early The Table (Still Life with Rabbit) (1920-21). Umland curated the pr ...…
 
Do you see all the beautiful murals popping up around where you live? Have you ever wondered what is hiding under the facade? I sat down with curator and writer, Tak Pham, to talk about the housing crisis, how public art is being used by housing development companies, and exactly what this new term 'artwashing' means. Music: https://www.purple- ...…
 
In this episode, I talk to artist Joanne Greenbaum about education, politics of art language, the deep internal intelligence in painting, the power of introversion, mark-making, color and her exploration of materials. We dive into so many wonderful topics including the myth that "real artists don't have day jobs" and "everything has been done". ...…
 
Episode No. 383 features artist Yinka Shonibare and art historian Bruce Edelstein. In the first exhibition of its new contemporary series, the Richard M. Driehaus Museum in Chicago is showing "A Tale of Today." The exhibition surveys Yinka Shonibare's output, including photography and sculpture installations, all presented within a notable Gild ...…
 
Joan LeMay is a portraitist and illustrator who is interested in pattern, gesture and Byzantine halos. She loves painting people, animals, plants and things (a kind of anthropomorphic approach to portraiture) in equal measure, and packs referential objects, color-based symbolism and other subject-specific elements into the busy backgrounds of h ...…
 
Episode No. 382 features artist Allen Ruppersberg and curator Lucinda Barnes. The Hammer Museum is presenting "Allen Ruppersberg: Intellectual Property, 1968-2018." The exhibition is a retrospective that reveals Ruppersberg's pioneering role in the development of conceptual art and how he has advanced his ideas into painting, collage and instal ...…
 
Have you ever heard of artistic research? What is artistic research? I sat down with artist Annabel Howland, to talk about her understanding of the term and discipline, the intersection between art, science and finance, as well as what artistic research can offer that other disciplines don't. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com…
 
Lynne Cooney is the Artistic Director and chief curator of the Boston University Art Galleries where she has organized numerous group and solo exhibitions. Lynne received a BA in English from Simmons College, Boston, an MFA in photography from the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, and an MA in Art History from Boston University. Sh ...…
 
Episode No. 381 features artist Trevor Paglen and curator Nancy Edwards. From Friday, Feb. 22, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is presenting "Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen," a mid-career survey. Paglen's work examines the nexus of power, systems, state intelligence and the military, usually in an effort to make the invisible visible. Amo ...…
 
I am excited to talk to the NYC based artist Melissa Meyer. In this episode, we talk about painting in the 1960's, her work with Miriam Schapiro on the essay that coined the term "femmage" and her current studio work. Melissa received undergraduate and graduate degrees from New York University. Her development has been surveyed in traveling exh ...…
 
Episode No. 380 is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring a previously recorded interview with curator Esther Adler. With Sarah Kelly Oehler, Adler is the co-curator of "Charles White: A Retrospective" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The exhibition is the first major museum full-career survey of White's work in over three decades. I ...…
 
It's time for me to catch you up on some of my latest thoughts on public art projects, and specifically community art projects. In this episode, I sat down to talk about 'community' as a symbol that is overused and whose meaning is complex, as well as to apply the concept of 'empty spaces' to community art projects. Music: https://www.purple-pl ...…
 
I discovered Ling Chun’s work on instagram and fell in love with her use of color and materials in her ceramic work and wanted to know more. Ling was born in Hong Kong and came to the United States at the age of seventeen. She then earned her BFA in visual communication design and ceramics from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her ...…
 
Episode No. 379 features artist Amy Sherald and curator Iria Candela. The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art is showing "Amy Sherald," an exhibition of recent paintings, through May 18. The exhibition was organized by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and curated by its director, Lisa Melandri. On the second segment, Metropolitan Museum of ...…
 
I had the incredible fortune to meet up with Sharon Louden in Queens a couple of weeks ago to talk about her work and I had such a wonderful time! Sharon is an artist, educator, advocate for artists, editor of the Living and Sustaining a Creative Life series of books and the Artistic Director of the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution. In thi ...…
 
Episode No. 378 features historian Richard Fletcher and artist Sadie Barnette. Yale University Press has just published "Cy Twombly: Fifty Days at Iliam," a monograph about Twombly's famed 1978 paintings series at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The book features the paintings and related works, as well as a conversation with Annabelle D‘Huart ...…
 
What does the Chinese practice of Feng Shui say about art? I sat down with Rodika Tchi, a Feng Shui expert, to geek out over Feng Shui, meanings and energy in art, colors in your home space and how you can create a space that encourages creativity. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
 
In this episode the painter Chelsea Gibson and I discuss her musical background, building a home and studio from the ground up and dealing with criticism. Chelsea Gibson paints portraits of home. Her paintings investigate what it means to call a place “home” and how the lives lived there are interdependent on the spaces within. She paints about ...…
 
Episode No. 377 features art historians Maxwell Anderson and Kellie Jones. This week's episode spotlights two different approaches to addressing gaps in our understanding of American art history. First, Souls Grown Deep Foundation president Maxwell Anderson discusses his organization's project to document, preserve and promote the work of artis ...…
 
I had such an amazing time connecting with the kind and exuberant Sarah Potter! Also known as, The Good Witch of the Art World, Sarah is the founder and owner of SP Projects, an independent art advisory and consulting business based in New York. With more than a decade of experience in the fine art world, Sarah has placed an emphasis on curatin ...…
 
Episode No. 376 features artist Robert Pruitt and art historian Maggie Cao. The California African American Museum is showing "Robert Pruitt: Devotion," a survey of Pruitt's large-scale drawing and sculpture that is installed with art that has informed Pruitt's work. The exhibition was curated by Mar Hollingsworth and will be on view through Fe ...…
 
How can artists balance family life with their practice? I sat down with Meredith and Susannah from the duo Leisure, to talk about all things collaboration, motherhood and letting go. They share with me the ways having children has influenced their art practice, and some historical examples of women artists and their experience in finding the b ...…
 
I am really excited to introduce you the artist and surface designer, Shandra Smith! Shandra is based in British Columbia, Canada who uses a variety of mixed media techniques to create vibrant work that are sold on various home decor items and fashion accessories such as wallpaper, shoes, and books. Shandra talks about her process, how she got ...…
 
Episode No. 375 features curators Denise Murrell and Keith Davis. Murrell is the curator of "Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today" at the Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University. It examines the changing modes of representation of the black figure in modern and contemporary art, as well as the models' influence o ...…
 
Hannah is a painter living in Asheville. She studied at Yale University and Boston University and has exhibited internationally. She is represented by Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC and Slag Gallery in New York. Her work was shown recently at The Drawing Center and at Volta, Basel. Last year she had her fourth solo show in New York at T ...…
 
Episode No. 374 features artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby and curator Laura Fry. Njideka Akunyili Crosby's work is on view at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in its latest "Focus" show, titled "Njideka Akunyili Crosby | Counterparts." MAMFW's "Focus" series is curated by Alison Hearst. "Crosby" originated at the Baltimore Museum of Art and cu ...…
 
How can schools prepare students to be in the world? And what does socially engaged art have to do with it? I sat down with Justin Langlois, an artist, educator and organizer, to chat about his ideas of the role socially engaged art can play in post secondary institutions. We also talk about the work that he makes as an artist, and his views on ...…
 
Bridgette Mayer is an art dealer & art consultant with locations in Philadelphia & Jacksonville, Florida. She opened Bridgette Mayer Gallery on Philadelphia's historic Washington Square in 2001. In this episode, we discuss her book The Art Cure, empowering artists through her story, how she started her gallery, and how she is now working with a ...…
 
Episode No. 373 is a holiday clips episode that features a previously aired conversation with artist Ursula von Rydingsvard. The program was taped on the occasion of The Fabric Workshop and Museum's presentation of "Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of Feeling," an exhibition of roughly 20 von Rydingsvards mostly made since 2000. The exhibiti ...…
 
Kate McNamara is the Director of Galleries at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, where she has organized recent solo exhibitions with Polly Apfelbaum and Anna Craycroft. Previously, she held the position of Director and Chief Curator at the Boston University Art Gallery where she organized exhibitions with Leidy Churchman, Destroy A ...…
 
Episode No. 372 is a holiday clips episode featuring a previously aired conversation with artist Deborah Roberts. Roberts recently won a 2018 Anonymous Was a Woman grant. The program provides an unrestricted grant that "enables women artists, over 40 years of age and at a significant juncture in their lives or careers, to continue to grow and p ...…
 
Can being in nature open our senses, inspire us and motivate us to create? I sat down with Katerina and Keiko, two amazing humans, to talk about the art of Shinrin-yoku, slowing down, and creating from a place of contemplation. Shop prints on metal from Displate: https://bit.ly/2IC0TxU Music: https://www.purple-planet.com…
 
Today I am so excited to introduce you to the artist Lanie Wurzel. Lanie is an artist and teacher living and working in Cambridge, MA. Lanie has found successes outside of the traditional gallery sphere. In 2011, she started working with the online start-up www.20x200.com, which sells high-quality archival prints of her work. It was through thi ...…
 
Episode No. 371 features artist Kehinde Wiley and curator Alison de Lima Greene. The Saint Louis Art Museum is presenting "Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis," an exhibition of 11 paintings for which Wiley chose his models from northern Saint Louis City and from Ferguson, in Saint Louis County, and posed them in ways informed by paintings in SLAM's col ...…
 
This week I talk to the artist Angela Conant. Angela is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. I became familiar with Angela’s work recently when we were on a panel together at Boston University. I enjoy looking at her work bc it has such a meditative quality. Angela works fluidly across mediums, from marble sculpture to paintings and v ...…
 
Episode No. 370 features artist Laura Owens and author Mark Lamster. "Laura Owens," a survey of Owens's work since the mid-1990s, is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary location through March 25, 2019. The exhibition, which was curated by Scott Rothkopf and originated at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York ...…
 
My sister Ana is back on the podcast! We talk about our upbringing and experiences in the arts as children, the benefits of engaging in the arts at a young age, and of course, the balance between having fun and actually growing in skills. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Get 25% off your purchase at the MET Store: https://bit.ly/2J7PTUo…
 
In this episode, I talk to collector Myra Tucker about how being around art, both in museums and in her home, has impacted her. We discuss how she was blown away by work in the Phillips Collection, her connection with her first purchased piece of art and her suggestions for how artists can connect to collectors. Myra shares how her love of artw ...…
 
Episode No. 369 features curators Thomas Kren and Karl Kusserow. Kren is the lead curator of "The Renaissance Nude" at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Over the course of more than 100 paintings, prints and sculpture, the exhibition examines how artists represented the human figure between the early fifteenth and the early sixteenth cen ...…
 
This week I am so happy to introduce you to Nina Stolz Bellucci. Nina is an artist who lives in Boston who creates mixed media paintings that deal with line, light and reflect her surroundings. Nina has since been the recipient of numerous awards, including a 2018 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant in Painting. Nina’s work is represent ...…
 
Episode No. 368 is a Thanksgiving weekend clips episode featuring artist Gary Simmons. Gary Simmons's newest installation is on view at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles. Titled "Gary Simmons: Fade to Black," the work is a multi-wall installation in the museum's atrium. The presentation was curated by Naima J. Keith and will ...…
 
Why do we go to the gallery? Is there something deeper happening with culture and institutions? In this episode, I consider the results on arts and culture in Canada, based on Statistics Canada's 2016 General Social Survey, combined with my latest readings into cultural policy and governments employing culture as a tool to meet different needs. ...…
 
Today I am psyched to introduce you to the artist Elizabeth Mooney. I was introduced to Elizabeth through a good friend of mine who met Elizabeth at the artist residency, Skowhegan. I not only love her paintings because of her paint handling but also the concept she is working with. Elizabeth’s paintings talk about how technology and the econom ...…
 
Episode No. 367 features artist Charline von Heyl and art historian Rebecca Bedell. Washington's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is showing "Charline von Heyl: Snake Eyes," a survey of paintings von Heyl has made since 2005. The exhibition, which is on view through January 27, 2019, was curated by the Hirshhorn's Evelyn C. Hankins and Dir ...…
 
This week's episode of I Like Your Work is the first solo episode where I dive into stability as an artist. I reached out to the ILYW community and you guys told me you were interested in how to balance being an artist parent and also how to balance other things such as applications etc. I decided to share my own life and experiences in both of ...…
 
Episode No. 366 features art historian John Klein and curator George Shackelford. Klein is the author of "Matisse and Decoration," a new look at how Matisse's interest in the French decorative tradition informed and motivated his work throughout his career, but especially between 1935 and his death in 1954. The book details how Matisse translat ...…
 
In this episode, I talk to the incredible painter, Anna Valdez. Anna is an artist based in Oakland, CA. Anna has had a wonderful amount of success exhibiting her work extensively. In this episode, we talk about her life and community in CA, being present in painting and also in her other interests such as gardening, fermenting and beekeeping. S ...…
 
Episode No. 365 features curator Esther Adler and artist Alida Cervantes. With Sarah Kelly Oehler, Adler is the co-curator of "Charles White: A Retrospective" at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibition is the first major museum full-career survey of White's work in over three decades. It spotlights White's painting, drawing and photo ...…
 
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