This week Martha Clippinger unpacks a special painting by Tsubasa Berg.
Vulnerability, bathing suits, writing, ancestors, and co-opting academia as a meditation. Jennifer Denrow talks with Selah Saterstrom.
For our first Practice interview, Sarah Granett talks with painter, Laura Paulini, about dots and process in her Shimmer paintings.
Sarah Granett dives into the inspiration behind Practice, a column of interviews with artists.
When it comes to creating community through sharing of art and food, Martha Clippinger is a natural. This week, she rediscovers Banana Puddin', and recounts its place in her early college life.
Of: a preposition used to show belonging, relating, or a state of connection with or to. Of what is it a picture? Carin Rodenborn explores the reach of picturing's subject, and what's just beyond reach.
Abbie Miller finds the anthropocentric spine of Modernist geometric sculpture epitomized in an iPhone assisted neologism, Caldevaja.
Sarah Granett comments on a topical book of artists' essays culled and edited by Sharon Louden.
On the morning after the shooting in Charleston, SC, Martha Clippinger finds a place for Elegy, a painting by Anthony Viti, and reflects on loss.
Carin Rodenborn just got married! Literally a few days ago. And what a spot-on fitting way to begin this d&h column about love and the people we share it with.