Geles Cabrera at the Museo Escultórico at Americas Society (AUDIO-Only)

Recorded August 2022. Join sculptors Garth Evans, Brandt Junceau, and Jock Ireland, and art historian, critic, and curator Karen Wilkin as they discuss an exhibit of work by sculptor Geles Cabrera at the Americas Society in New York City. Video and edit by Maud Bryt. Recorded August 2022. Please use the REPLY button at the … Continue reading Geles Cabrera at the Museo Escultórico at Americas Society (AUDIO-Only)

Geles Cabrera at the Museo Escultórico at Americas Society

Recorded August 2022. Join sculptors Garth Evans, Brandt Junceau, and Jock Ireland, and art historian, critic, and curator Karen Wilkin as they discuss an exhibit of work by sculptor Geles Cabrera at the Americas Society in New York City. Video and edit by Maud Bryt. https://youtu.be/imWK3XEJj6Y Recorded August 2022 Please use the REPLY button at … Continue reading Geles Cabrera at the Museo Escultórico at Americas Society

Reuben Kadish: Earth Mothers at Eric Firestone Gallery, NYC

Recorded July 2022. Join with Sculptor Garth Evans, Independent Curator and Art Critic Karen Wilkin, and Sculpture Forum regulars, sculptors Jock Ireland and Brandt Junceau, as they explore this major survey of postwar American sculptor and painter Rueben Kadish's work. At Eric Firestone Gallery. Video and editing by Maud Bryt. https://youtu.be/9wApCazkxyk Recorded July 2022. Please … Continue reading Reuben Kadish: Earth Mothers at Eric Firestone Gallery, NYC

Clay-Figure Critique: In Conversation with Garth Evans, New York Studio School

The human figure is an essential touchstone of sculpture, remade generation by generation as it must be today, by contemporary artists. Sculptor Garth Evans provides thoughtful and entertaining life-size figure critiques at the recent Figure Marathon at the New York Studio School, taught by Brandt Junceau. Garth's conversation with Brandt and his students ranges from … Continue reading Clay-Figure Critique: In Conversation with Garth Evans, New York Studio School

Jonathan Silver: Matter and Vision

Recorded June 2022. Led by Sculptor Garth Evans, and joined by guest curator and art critic Karen Wilkin, and Sculpture Forum regulars, Jock Ireland and Brandt Junceau, Sculpture Forum explores the work of Jonathan Silver at Victoria Munroe Fine Art, NYC. Video and editing by Rachael Bohlander. https://youtu.be/3mW-CDAmBd0 Jonathan Silver: Matter and Vision at Victoria … Continue reading Jonathan Silver: Matter and Vision

Michael Heizer & Juan Munoz: Two Shows in Chelsea

Recorded April 2022. Led by Sculptor Garth Evans, and joined for the talk by Sculpture Forum regulars, sculptors Jock Ireland and Brandt Junceau, Sculpture Forum confronts the works of Michael Heizer and Juan Munoz at Gagosian and David Zwirner Gallery respectively. A short walk from one gallery to the next, but the distance between the … Continue reading Michael Heizer & Juan Munoz: Two Shows in Chelsea

Joel Shapiro: A Material Question

Recorded November 2021. Led by Sculptor Garth Evens, and joined for the talk by Sculpture Forum regulars, sculptors Jock Ireland and Brandt Junceau, and guest sculptor Lee Tribe. Sculpture Forum visits Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, to examine recent works by American sculptor Joel Shapiro. Video and editing by Rachael Bohlander. https://youtu.be/7ocsuDs8Cy4 “I think it's … Continue reading Joel Shapiro: A Material Question

Clay Figure Critique at New York Studio School with Garth Evans and Bruce Gagnier

The human figure is an essential touchstone of sculpture, remade generation by generation as it must be today, by contemporary artists.  Over three decades working together at the New York Studio School, Garth Evans and Bruce Gagnier conducted life-size figure critiques that are now legendary. Those had been undocumented, but the recent Figure Marathon, taught by Brandt Junceau, provided … Continue reading Clay Figure Critique at New York Studio School with Garth Evans and Bruce Gagnier

Handling Sculpture: Emanuele Becheri’s Creatures in Clay

by Choghakate Kazarian I met Emanuele Becheri about ten years ago, in his studio in Tuscany. He was then known for works that I would qualify as gestural conceptualism: drawings made “blindly” by folding paper in total obscurity or letting snails run on paper. I was also very interested in his videos that captured with … Continue reading Handling Sculpture: Emanuele Becheri’s Creatures in Clay