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You can listen to an audio version of this message here. In our next episode, we will observe the 10th Anniversary of Dia:Beacon in Beacon, NY by asking people to interpret the reviews of the museum that users of Yelp.com have posted on that website. If you’re interested, take a look at the reviews of [...]
A Roxy Paine tree welcomes visitors to Crystal Bridges. Carolina Miranda is back on the Dead Hare Radio Hour (she was the program’s very first guest.) In a conversation recorded in May 2012, Carolina Chris to discuss the Crystal Bridges Museum which opened in November of 2011 in Bentonville, AR. Click Here to listen to this [...]
Listen to this episode HERE. After a long hiatus, a new podcast episode. Matthew and I visited the studio of Jomar Statkun to speak with him, Jared Friedman and Christopher Stackhouse about This Red Door. The artists have re-mustered to bring This Red Door into its 2nd iteration at Kunsthalle Galapagos in DUMBO in [...]
This week’s episode features we get a peek into the artworld in Denver with Ken Hamel of denverarts.org
A detail of the copious amounts of material hanging on the wall in Joel Schapira’s studio. Click HERE to listen to this week’s show. The First segment of this week’s show continues the last show’s theme of taking a break from art. First, Chris, along with artists Mark DeLura, Peter Acheson (who joined us on [...]