ArtTable's Artist Perspectives Podcast

ArtTable members in conversation with women artists at the forefront of their practice. Through these intimate conversations, ArtTable aims to share insights, strategies, and practical advice in public dialogue. The show offers a snapshot of the art world today, as well as the tools needed to produce meaningful work in an institution, gallery, public, or private setting. The results are a series of meaningful conversations spotlighting how women working in the art world advocate for one another. Thank you to the Pollock Krasner Foundation for making this series possible.

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Thursday Sep 24, 2020

Eden Deering is the Artist Liaison at PPOW gallery in NYC. Eden talks with friend & artist Judith Linhares, who, in Judith’s words, “came of age in the socially turbulent 'take-it-to-the-streets' days of feminism, underground comics, and poetic reverie in Northern California.” The conversation reflects on Judith’s early practice, what it means to be a young artist working in NYC today & the ever evolving relationship between gallerist, artist & art market.

Thursday Sep 24, 2020

Samantha De Tillio is a curator, art historian, & writer of modern & contemporary art made from glass, fibers, clay, wood, & metals. Beth Lipman is a contemporary artist working in glass. In this episode, Samantha & Beth talk about the process of creating an institutional exhibition, an honest critique of each other’s practice & the ethics of producing resource heavy artworks that employ industrial techniques in a way that is sustainable & climate conscious. 

Wednesday Sep 23, 2020

Jean Shin is an artist nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform everyday objects into elegant expressions of identity and community. In this recording, you’ll hear about Shin’s often funny or unpredictable stories of collaboration, which lead to meaningful works with monumental impact. Here’s Shin speaking at our monthly Artist Breakfast meeting, alongside the work included in the exhibition.

Wednesday Sep 23, 2020

In this episode, Jennie Hirsh, scholar and former professor of modern and contemporary art, and Soledad Salame, artist, consider Soledad's work as an important documentation of underrepresented issues. The conversation reveals Soledad’s status as an artist’s artist and her impact and influence on the practises of Baltimore based artists, notably through her print studio, Sol Print Studios.

Wednesday Sep 23, 2020

Kristen Accola is an art dealer, curator & ArtTable member. Nancy Cohen is an artist whose work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States & is represented in important collections. She has completed numerous large-scale, site-specific projects, many of which Kristen helped to curate. Kristin & Nancy will discuss the challenges they’ve encountered creating site-specific work, Kristen's shift from gallery owner to private dealer, and everything in between.

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