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Episode 17: Maggie Adler

8/11/2018
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Maggie Adler is Curator at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas, where she organizes exhibitions that explore the breadth of American art that exists within and outside of the museum’s collection. A native of rural New York, she received her higher education at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts where she obtained a BA in classical languages and art history and a Masters in art history. Prior to the Amon Carter, Maggie held positions at Williams College...

Duration:01:00:01

Episode 16: Sara Cardona

7/10/2018
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Sara Cardona is a Dallas-based artist who creates abstract collages and reliefs. These pieces, which often evoke organic shapes and forms, draw inspiration from colors and textures found in a diverse variety of media. Originally from Mexico City, Sara has spent the majority of her life in and around Dallas. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, she spent a year at the Kansas City Art Institute before receiving her Bachelors...

Duration:01:24:51

Episode 15: Webb Gallery

6/19/2018
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Bruce and Julie Webb have owned and operated the Webb Gallery in Waxahachie, Texas since 1987. The art gallery is a destination for collectors worldwide who share the Webb’s fondness of art in its rawest and most authentic form. Bruce funneled the eccentricities of his family’s history and a childhood combing through flea markets to develop a love for the odd, handmade and unique. He and Julie have worked over the last 30 years to curate an aesthetic that recognizes contemporary folk art...

Duration:01:42:54

Episode 14: Nancy Lamb

6/5/2018
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Nancy Lamb is a long-admired artist that has been a fixture in the Fort Worth art and social scene for decades. A native of Fort Worth, she chose to stay close to home by studying art at Texas Christian University. Nancy first gained recognition in her hometown through a series of art classes that she taught at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History which included her production of 3D work. But Nancy is probably best known for her large-scale oil paintings of candid Fort Worth...

Duration:01:03:24

Episode 13: Nic Nicosia

5/23/2018
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Nic Nicosia is an internationally-recognized artist who recently returned to Dallas after ten years in Santa Fe. Nic gained notoriety in the early eighties as one of the leaders of the staged photography movement. He has been selected for the Whitney Biennial twice – once for his photography and once for a film. He has also been selected for participation in Documenta, the Kassel, Germany-based art exhibition which gathers the best of the art world for site specific works every five years....

Duration:03:46:33

Episode 12: Gabriel Dawe

5/12/2018
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Gabriel Dawe is a Mexican-born artist living in Dallas who utilizes miles of vibrantly-colored sewing thread to create soaring installations that evoke a sense of viewing rays of light. The breadth of his work revolves around the use of sewing and embroidery materials to explore issues of pain, equality and gender roles, but it’s his highly popular Plexus series of installations that has garnered him acclaim worldwide. Gabriel obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Universidad de las...

Duration:03:20:54

Episode 11: Debora Hunter

5/2/2018
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Debora Hunter is a Dallas-based photographer who taught art and photography at SMU for 40 years. A native of architecturally-rich Oak Park, Illinois, her work reflects an acute awareness of architectural space and the ability to capture the unique characteristics of a specific place. Deborah obtained an undergraduate degree from Northwestern before obtaining her MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she studied under photography giants Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind. She has...

Duration:02:55:33

Episode 10: Liz Trosper

4/18/2018
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Liz Trosper is a Dallas-based artist whose work utilizes assemblage and digital imaging to challenge the conventional definitions of painting. She came to painting after the prolonged study of political science and public administration, as well as professional experience in the public sector. Liz obtained her MFA at UT Dallas, a program that focuses on the intersection of traditional art theories with emerging technologies. While there, she was a resident at UTD’s highly touted...

Duration:04:18:59

Episode 9: Ted Kincaid

4/10/2018
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Ted Kincaid is a Dallas-based artist whose work challenges the notion of photography as a subjective record. Through the use of digital and traditional processes, Ted is creating a new type of painting informed by photo-imagery and a new type of photography influenced by painting. He received his BFA from Texas Tech and his MFA from the University of Kentucky before returning to Dallas to set up his practice. He has been reviewed in ARTFORUM, ARTPAPER and ART ON PAPER and is included in...

Duration:02:37:27

Episode 8: Timothy Harding

4/3/2018
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Timothy Harding is a Fort Worth-based artist who uses line, color, pattern and repetition to create depth and space in paintings, reliefs and sculptural installations. A native Texan, Timothy received his BFA from Texas Woman’s University and his MFA from Texas Christian University. He’s been the recipient of both a Nasher Sculpture Center Artist Microgrant, as well as a Kimbrough Fund Grant from the Dallas Museum of Art, where he is currently completing a residency in the museum’s Center...

Duration:01:45:35

Episode 7: Kelly Cornell, Director of the Dallas Art Fair

3/25/2018
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Kelly Cornell is a Dallas native who works as Director of the Dallas Art Fair. Kelly studied Painting as well as Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University. While there, she became an intern for the art fair that she now manages. Co-founded in 2009 by Dallas business entrepreneur/real estate developer John Sughrue and independent curator Chris Byrne, the Dallas Art Fair has become the cornerstone of what is now Dallas Arts Month. The event offers collectors, arts...

Duration:01:03:44

Episode 6: Joseph Havel

3/18/2018
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Joseph Havel is a world-renowned artist who lives and works in Houston, Texas. In addition to his studio practice, Joseph is Director of the Glassell School of Art and its acclaimed Core Residency Program. Originally from Minnesota, he obtained his BFA from the University of Minnesota and his MFA from Penn State. Joseph is best known for his ever-changing body of work which consists mostly of sculptures, but also drawings. His artwork has been exhibited extensively worldwide and he is part...

Duration:02:04:40

Episode 5: Mary Vernon

3/12/2018
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Mary Vernon is a Dallas-based artist and former educator. Mary spent nearly 50 years at Southern Methodist University where she taught art history, painting and drawing, as well as SMU’s noted color theory course. Originally from New Mexico, she completed her undergraduate degree at Cal Berkeley and her MFA at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Mary’s paintings reflect the color theories she so famously taught at SMU. One of her most recent works (“Albers’ House”) is a 36-foot-long...

Duration:02:06:31

Episode 4: Sedrick Huckaby

3/6/2018
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Sedrick Huckaby is a Fort Worth-based artist known for his large-scale, impasto paintings that reflect his faith, his family history and his community. A native of Fort Worth, Sedrick studied art initially at Texas Weslyan before obtaining his BFA from Boston University and his MFA from Yale. He has gained notoriety nationwide for his large-scale portraits of family and community members, as well as large-scale paintings of family quilts which serve as allegory for themes of family and...

Duration:01:45:56

Episode 3: Alison Jardine

3/2/2018
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Alison Jardine is a British artist and author who lives and works in Dallas. A native of Yorkshire, Alison received an undergraduate degree from the University of London and her MFA from the University of North Texas. Her work spans a broad range of disciplines, including electronic media, sculpture and painting. Her most recent work (Objects From a Future Past) uses concrete cast in sagging, found materials to create reliefs that comment on the notion of the modern landscape. Alison has...

Duration:01:15:54

Episode 2: Pamela Nelson

3/1/2018
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Pamela Nelson is a Dallas-based artist who uses pattern, rhythm and repetition to make brightly colored pieces that draw inspiration from textiles from around the world. A native Texan, Pamela completed her BFA at Southern Methodist University. In addition to exhibitions in more than 100 venues, her commissions can be seen at some of Dallas’ highest trafficked destinations, including DFW International Airport, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and NorthPark Center. Pamela has a long...

Duration:01:35:04

Episode 1: Steven Charles

2/28/2018
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Steven Charles is a British-born artist who recently returned to Dallas after twenty years in New York. He received his BFA in Painting from the University of North Texas and his MFA from Temple University. During his time in New York, Steven was the recipient of both a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and an Artist’s Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts. In addition, he has repeatedly served as a guest lecturer at the School of the Visual Arts in New York. After selling...

Duration:02:05:26

Trailer

2/28/2018
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This is Outside of New York, a series of in-depth discussions with members of the art world who live and work outside of New York. Look, you and I both know that New York is the seat of power in the world of contemporary art. It has been since World War II, the rise of abstract expressionism, Peggy Guggenheim, the New York School, the Irascibles. However, the world continues to evolve. Studios in New York aren’t getting cheaper, but the ability to reach a widespread audience digitally has...

Duration:00:03:11