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Brian Wallace at our interview at Bryn Mawr College, Dec. 4, 2012

Brian Wallace on curating at Bryn Mawr College – an artblog radio podcast

Brian Wallace knows a lot about academic institutions. He’s worked for a number of them. Now, as Curator and Academic Liaison for Art and Artifacts at Bryn Mawr College, he is organizing exhibits and learning about the vast holdings of the College. Brian’s first exhibit at Bryn Mawr, Docu-Commencement (ended Dec. 14) commissioned four artists to create work on the theme of graduation. In organizing the exhibit, the curator worked with Public Safety officers and staff in other departments, all of whom were very happy to be introduced to the contemporary art that resulted from the project. Brian is a ... More » »

Brian Wallace, at Bryn Mawr College

Next week on artblog radio – podcast with Brian Wallace, curator of Docu-Commencement

Brian Wallace is Curator and Academic Liaison for Art and Artifacts at Bryn Mawr College.  That means he puts together exhibits for the college’s gallery in the Canaday Library. He is also in charge of the college’s large and important collection of art and artifacts. Brian was Director of the Galleries at Moore College of Art and Design from 2003-2006, where he brought in some great shows. Prior to arriving back in the Philly area, he was Curator of the Dorsky Museum at SUNY, New Paltz in upstate New York. Brian’s first exhibit at the college was Docu-Commencement, which closed ... More » »

Kay Healy, study for Common Room Couch, 2012; digital image, dimensions variable; courtesy the artist.

Out and about – Docu-Commencement at Bryn Mawr College

Docu-Commencement at Bryn Mawr College commemorates the 2011 graduation at the college and captures thoughts about students leaving a place of shelter for the world beyond. For the show, Brian Wallace, Bryn Mawr College Curator and Academic Liaison for Art and Artifacts, commissioned four artists — James Johnson, Jennifer Levonian, Kay Healy and Gilbert Plantinga — to be in residence for 24 hours over the commencement weekend and to make work based on that residency. For the artists it was an opportunity to meet students and perhaps revisit their own college commencement experience. The resulting exhibit features the commissioned works by ... More » »

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News – Jason Lazarus, Knapp Gallery closing, Richard Torchia at CENTERpieces, and curators, curators, curators

News Jason Lazarus will take your unwanted photos Do you have photos that are too painful to keep around? If so, Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus will take them.  He’s collecting unwanted photos for an art installation. There’s no need to provide the background for the photos, and if you feel they are too private to be shown, the artist will display them face down. Lazarus can pick them up on Sunday February 5 from 10 AM – 7 PM. E-mail him at jasonlazarus.photo@gmail.com or call 312-953-2885. Knapp Gallery closing Old City’s Knapp Gallery is closing up shop at the end of ... More » »

Carolee Schneemann in New Paltz

Carolee Schneemann is one of the most important artists of the past forty years, so why did I find myself on a bus headed to a rural university an hour and a half north of New York City to see the most complete American overview of her work since an exhibition at the New Museum in  1997? Performance art is unthinkable without Schneemann who developed a feminist-centered art before the feminist movement existed. She was early in working across media and creating installations, and a retrospective of her extensive work in video traveled to major museums in Europe and the ... More » »

Frankford Avenue is the place to be right now.

Extra Extra performances and critical mass on Frankford Ave.

While New York is watching Marina Abramovic performance retreads at MoMA, exciting new performances stole the First Friday shows along Frankford Ave. and environs. Suddenly I felt that I was not only on the hippest street in town, but on the hippest street anywhere! And if you want to know where art is going at this moment in time, this is the answer.