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View Inside: Suzanne Kelser

by on June 8th 2015

Suzanne Kelser

  Within only a matter of hours after Bushwick Open Studios 2015 came to its official close, I paid a completely crowdless visit to Suzanne Kelser’s Bushwick studio in the 56 Bogart building  (which still seems structurally sound, somehow, by the way). Her rather inter-dimensional, mixed-media drawings on mylar and paper elicited quite a nice conversation [READ ►]

View Inside: Dana James

by on May 11th 2015

Dana James

    Aqueous contours, controlled pervasions, pigmented peripheries and debatable orientations were among the topics of discussion when I visited Dana James in her studio at the border of Bushwick and Ridgewood. We also talked about markings in caves. And the curiously trenchant memorabilities of water. Diving boards came up as well. As did scrimshaw. We [READ ►]

View Inside: Catalin Moldoveanu

by on May 9th 2015

Catalin Moldoveanu

  I visited Catalin Moldoveanu’s Bushwick studio to look at some recent paintings, and to pick out one or two for a forthcoming Centotto exhibition. Aside from chatting about the works, we talked about uniform treatments of surfaces, the seduction of preferred colors, and the balancing of horizontals. We also talked about the variable necessities of [READ ►]

View Inside: David Henderson

by on May 3rd 2015

David Henderson

  When I visited David Henderson in his Williamsburg studio, our topics of conversation drifted and rippled, quite fittingly, from disturbances within interference patterns to patterns both established and disturbed by differential amplitudes, and from marginally sealed fragmentations to the potential for topographical prints. We also chatted about motorcycle pistons vanishing, inexplicably, into oblivion, and about [READ ►]