A few moments of entertaining craziness at Stefanie Gutheil’s show, Kopftheater at Mike Weiss Gallery in NYC, until February 20, 2010.
Archive for January, 2010
Andrzej Zielinski, 1!, 2005, oil on panel, 20″ x 20″
Andrzej Zielinski is a young painter who splits his time between Brooklyn and Kansas City. He has recently had solo exhibits at the Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City and DCKT Gallery in New York. Zielinski was kind enough to answer some questions for us about his work.
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I was born in Kansas City and raised there. I enjoyed art when I was young but never thought of being an artist. After (more…)
image from untitled, 2007, C Print, 17″ x 24″
Sarah Knobel is a photographer working in Washington DC. Her work blends a distressing Middle American adolescent ordinariness with settings and situations of glamor, fashion and fantasy. It’s a mash up that is equally funny and sad. Knobel’s most frequent subject is the self-portrait. And, even though she may appear dressed up, covered in glitter or otherwise ‘in character’, it is very possibly the inclusion of herself in the work that keeps the work from taking a cynical or satirical view of its principle elements.
In anticipation of the exhibit Playful Things (also featuring artists Magda Gluszek, Sharon Shapiro and Christina Vantzou) at the university of Central Missouri’s Gallery of Art, Sarah Knobel was kind enough to answer some questions about her work for us:
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I was raised in Texas. I went to a Baptist private school until 8th grade. My parents moved us to a border town, Harlingen, TX . There were no private schools in the area, so I got to attend public school. I wore Nirvana t-shirts (more…)