It’s nice to hear her talk about her work, influences, and how she got to where she is.
Dudebox interviews artist Pete Fowler
This Monday, June 11th, artist Richard Phillips will premiere his short film, ‘First Point’, featuring Lindsay Lohan, at Art Unlimited at Art Basel in Switzerland. We caught a couple moments of his time to get some insight on his third film.
No clue what they ate, but they had a nice talk
Philadelphia-based artist Erin M. Riley originally envisioned herself a painter, but after crafting some tapestries in a freshman year weaving elective at Boston’s Massachusetts College of Art and Design, she realized she “just liked making images with yarn,” she says. “It started out a little abstract, using text, but as my skills progressed, I got more comfortable making images [from photos].”
Over the past decade she’s sublimated those images into woolen icons of louche hipsterdom via news clips of auto accidents, candids of her sisters’ drug exchanges, and sexy snapshots (of lesbian fumblings on beer kegs, iPhone teaser pics, and naked girls wrapped around toilets or smoking bongs in Sublime t-shirts) ripped straight from Facebook, Twitter, and countless fetish-y tumblr blogs.
Through May 5, the 26 year-old weaver currently will have nearly two dozen new tapestries up at San Francisco’s Guerrero Gallery that confront life, death, and our increasingly public courtships in the era of Instagram-lensed exhibitionism that combine the fearlessness of Richard Kern portraits tempered by Philomela’s sense of narrative irony. Fresh from a six-month residency in Nebraska, Riley sounded off on her adventures in the heartland, her favorite blog inspirations, and the would-be suitors who might become the subjects of her next series.
One of the nicest guys in the art game.
An interview from the set of ‘Warning’ circa 1994.
portrait by Alexandre de Brabant
A fantastic, previously unpublished interview from 1999 with Rammellzee about the classic 1983 single “Beat Bop.” Dude was not a fan of Basquiat.
Bob Costas got an 11-minute interview with him about all of it.
FATE AWR MSK gets involved in a funny interview with James Lipton.
A rare conversation with Phil Frost in which he talks about how his work and life has been influenced by Bob Marley.