Posts Tagged: New York City

Decaying Artwork Finds New Life

Pineapple, cabbage, lemon and other produce sit on top of natural wood plinths, evenly spaced in a white gallery

This week’s contributing author, Natalie Reeder, is an undergraduate student at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts pursuing a combined BA and MA in International Affairs & Spanish.  VoCA is pleased to present this blog post in conjunction with Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History, Gloria Sutton’s Spring 2020 Honors Seminar, The Art of Visual Intelligence… Read more »

Preserving the Artist’s Voice: Looking Back on Five Years of CALL/VoCA Talks

Earlier this fall, we announced the 2019 line-up of CALL/VoCA Talks, a series of free, public artist talks exploring topics relating to artistic legacy and the long-term preservation of creative work. This year marks the fifth year of this series, an outgrowth of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s Creating a Living Legacy (CALL) initiative, presented in… Read more »

An Alchemist At Work

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This week’s contributing blogger, William Cordova, is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner born in Lima, Peru who currently lives & works between Lima, Miami, and New York City. He received a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1996 and MFA from Yale University, 2004.   I first met Michael Richards in November 1997… Read more »

On Curating MICHAEL RICHARDS: WINGED

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This week’s contributing bloggers are Melissa Levin and Alex Fialho. Levin joined Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) in 2005 and is currently the Director of Cultural Programs, overseeing Artist Residencies, River To River, Open Studios, and Exhibitions & Installations in the Arts Center at Governors Island. Fialho is an arts writer and curator. Alex has been LMCC‘s Curatorial &… Read more »