VAP Q4 2020 – Words and Pictures

To address greed and oppression tactfully through art even once is no small feat. Greed and oppression are entwined within
Sophia Reed’s most recent work is an invitation to interrogate timelines. Looking at narratives that sit at the center of
Using embroidery, photography, drawing, and memory, Sara Minsky engages in a conversation with her past. Minsky sits down with her
The work of Cole Bourgeois constitutes an investigation into intimacy, utilizing color, space, and the energy as co-conspirators. In her
An extended interview with Brooklyn artist Georgina Arroyo and artist and writer Hanna Brody. H.B.: Let’s get started by you
The first thought I had when looking at Hanna Brody’s recent watercolour portraits was of the the innate curiosity and
Alley Horn in conversation with Gabriella Moreno. It’s 7:01pm Eastern on August 3, 2020 when I hop into my Zoom
In a recent exchange, I was able to get a sense of the work Peter Tresnan has currently been making
The first time I talked to Fiona Buchanan about her work we considered the luxury of ugly painting. The second
The vantage point of Jennifer Mawby’s paintings cast the viewer as voyeur. The subject of our gaze is obstructed, we
Anahoros. 2019. Tracy Abbott Szatan’s video and glass installation that I shall describe and use as a lens (preemptive pun