Posts Tagged: Sol Lewitt

Dangers Imagined and Real

Artifacts at the End of a Decade, an unbound artists’ book consisting of 44 unique pieces of photography, ceramics, fiber, print, clothing, painting, and drawing

This week’s contributing writer, Jessica Scott, is a 3rd year MFA candidate in Studio Arts at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where her research and multidisciplinary art practice focuses on feminisms, bodily autonomy, imaginative ecologies and public history.   In early Fall 2019, my co-curator Jill Hughes and I decided to show the artists’ book… Read more »


Harriet Salmon is a practicing artist and arts professional. She’s worn many hats in the art world including fabricator, curator, small business owner, gallerist, Senior Photo Editor at Artforum Magazine and a consultant for arts-based nonprofits. She is currently the host and producer of the podcast Craftsmanship. In 2006, I was a young MFA student… Read more »

Constant State of Flux

Brian Castriota is a Samuel H. Kress Fellow in Time-Based Media Conservation at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. He holds an MA in Art History and a CAS in Art Conservation from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University.   Many contemporary works of art exist in a constant state… Read more »

Art Conservation in the Marketplace

This week’s contributing blogger, Kimberly Sørensen, received her MA in decorative arts, design history, and material culture from the Bard Graduate Center in New York City. She now works as a 20th Century cataloguer at Rago Auctions in Lambertville, NJ.   The role art conservation plays in the marketplace is a delicate balancing act of deadlines,… Read more »