Today is the day. In just a few hours we will all present some of the work we have made this year. Then, we will drink some champagne and stroll leisurely through the pop-up show for the launch of our simultaneous publication = "/100." for more info: click here
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th, 6 pm. ICP-Bard MFA studios 20-24 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, Queens Lindo capullo de Alelí, si tu supieras mi dolor, correspondieras a mi amor, y calmaras mi sufrir. Porque tú sabes que sin ti, la vida es nada para mí. Tu bien lo sabes, Capullito de Alelí. … Continue reading such as my great uncle, eaten by a shark – Veronica Puche
Understanding another’s correspondence art is a difficult task, if not impossible. What context must I provide to give insight into the significance of a particular piece of correspondence, a particular sentence in the letter, a particular waver in the pen stroke? As superficial as a photograph of said correspondence may be, it becomes the reasonable access… Continue reading Correspondence
It becomes important, in time, whom we have surrounded ourselves with. Tyler is my dear friend whom I came to know during our years studying studio art together in college. We lived as roommates for a period in Portland, then again in New York, but now we are merely neighbors. We try to play chess… Continue reading The Studio Next Door
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I like to think about the idea of the mixtape because It is otherwise such a mystery - how people are introduced to certain musical artists or genres. The music that I listened to as a child was my parent's music, then my older brother's, and then I attached myself to music I heard in my favorite… Continue reading Thursday – 2.25
An important part of my artistic practice is pedagogy. Thanks to ICP's community outreach programming, I have been TA'ing a B&W photography class with the Curtis Willocks at the High School of Fashion Industries in Manhattan. A few weeks ago I attempted to teach the kids how to write an artist statement. Here is Lauryn… Continue reading Wednesday – 2.24