Category Archives: 2-D

Ingrid Calame

Ingrid Calame is an American artist for whom the collection and translation of information into drawing and painting forms the physical base and the conceptual framework for her practice and her desire to observe and understand the world and to

Ingrid Calame

Ingrid Calame is an American artist for whom the collection and translation of information into drawing and painting forms the physical base and the conceptual framework for her practice and her desire to observe and understand the world and to

Tang Kwok-hin

How can people tell if a work is by Tang Kwok-hin? They can tell from my frequent appropriation of objects. I bring unrelated things together and transform their predefined nature into something else. When did you begin to focus on

Tang Kwok-hin

How can people tell if a work is by Tang Kwok-hin? They can tell from my frequent appropriation of objects. I bring unrelated things together and transform their predefined nature into something else. When did you begin to focus on

Dryden Goodwin

Link Jack Southern: Some of your drawings seem to convey a process of working out how very personal thoughts and feelings could be expressed and communicated visually. Dryden Goodwin: Yes, I think so, and the drawings in [this early sketchbook]

Dryden Goodwin

Link Jack Southern: Some of your drawings seem to convey a process of working out how very personal thoughts and feelings could be expressed and communicated visually. Dryden Goodwin: Yes, I think so, and the drawings in [this early sketchbook]

Constructing Narrative Eric Fischl Paints the Unconscious

Link Eric Fischl in His Studio © Edgar Howard, Checkerboard Film Foundation. When psychologists use the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)–a projective technique–they show drawings to their subjects and ask them to tell a story about each one.  Research has demonstrated

Constructing Narrative Eric Fischl Paints the Unconscious

Link Eric Fischl in His Studio © Edgar Howard, Checkerboard Film Foundation. When psychologists use the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)–a projective technique–they show drawings to their subjects and ask them to tell a story about each one.  Research has demonstrated

Brian Donnelly

from File-magazine Brian Donnelly’s work acts to settle his own selfish whims, while exploring art and art culture through representational painting. Inspired by books like “The island of Dr. Moreau” and “Frankenstein”, his aim is not to recreate works based

Brian Donnelly

from File-magazine Brian Donnelly’s work acts to settle his own selfish whims, while exploring art and art culture through representational painting. Inspired by books like “The island of Dr. Moreau” and “Frankenstein”, his aim is not to recreate works based

One Man’s Obsessive Mission to Draw Every Building in New York

from Citylab James Gulliver Hancock wants you to know about a little personal project of his. It’s nothing big, really. Just something he does whenever he has the chance. The project is to draw all 900,000 buildings in New York

One Man’s Obsessive Mission to Draw Every Building in New York

from Citylab James Gulliver Hancock wants you to know about a little personal project of his. It’s nothing big, really. Just something he does whenever he has the chance. The project is to draw all 900,000 buildings in New York