ICP-Bard MFA exhibition week: How to Make the Bed and ALL AT ONCE

Come out and support TODAY Katrina Sorrentino’s solo thesis exhibition How to Make the Bed from 6 – 9 PM at the MFA Studios in Long Island City. Join us TOMORROW Friday April 1st for the 2016 Class MFA Group Show ALL AT ONCE at ICP Midtown (School)

I am not your mother

Ivana Larrosa - solo exhibition February 18-21, 2016 Reception : Thursday, Feb. 18, 6-9pm Vermouth With The Artist : Friday, Feb. 19, 12-4pm On View : Friday-Saturday, Feb. 19-20, 12-7pm / Sunday, Feb. 21, 12-5pm ICP-Bard MFA studios : 24-20 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101 Much of Ivana Larrosa's work is an exploration and expression of the… Continue reading I am not your mother

“I am not your mother” Ivana Larrosa 1st MFA Solo Show of 2016

MFA Solo Thesis Show season starts over, and I have the honor to break the ice for the Class'16 with I am not your mother. Needless to say I would love dear reader coming over and join me for this big moment. It's a piece of my experience at ICP-Bard and also the most intimate… Continue reading “I am not your mother” Ivana Larrosa 1st MFA Solo Show of 2016

Juana Romero Interviews Patricia Silva: Rehearse/Resite

An interview with Patricia Silva about her thesis show, Rehearse/Resite.

Interview with Qiana Mestrich by Kathy Akey

Tell me about the title of your show. I've always been interested in how metaphors are used in daily language. If you break the phrase down, another definition of the word "dead" means "precise," like "dead center". The word "ringer" comes from a 19th-century horse racing term used to describe a horse substituted for another… Continue reading Interview with Qiana Mestrich by Kathy Akey

Interview with Jorge Alberto Perez by Qiana Mestrich

QM:  Previously you told me you were given advice to think of the MFA solo thesis show as just another studio visit.  Have you applied this philosophy in preparing for your show, Visions and Revisions? JP:  Yes, Josh Lutz, my thesis advisor once told me that in order to take some of the pressure off… Continue reading Interview with Jorge Alberto Perez by Qiana Mestrich