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Myths, metaphors, and more: Interview with Eleanor Antin
This interview originally appeared on the Art21 Blog in two parts (Part 1; Part 2)
1/14/2009
Interview:
Eleanor Antin: Humor, Personas, and Yiddish Theater
ART21: How do you view the different kinds of humor you’ve used over the years?
10/01/2003
Interview:
Eleanor Antin: "The Last Days of Pompeii"
ART21: Why is time travel something that’s of interest to you?
10/01/2003
Interview:
Walton Ford: Printmaking and Natural History Artists
Walton Ford at work on "Compromised" (2002–03) with printmaker Peter Pettengill at Wingate Studio, Hinsdale, New Hampshire, 2003. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Humor," 2003. © Art21, Inc. 2003. ART21: While the majority of your work is...
10/01/2003
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Walton Ford: Political Humor and Colonial Critique
Walton Ford at work on "The Sensorium" (2003) in his studio, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 2003. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Humor," 2003. © Art21, Inc. 2003. ART21: Can you talk about the series of paintings you've been working on that...
10/01/2003
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Elizabeth Murray: "Bop" and the Process of Painting
Elizabeth Murray in her Manhattan studio, 2002. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Humor," 2003. Segment: Elizabeth Murray. © Art21, Inc. 2003. ART21: Tell us about Bop. What’s the inspiration behind it?
10/01/2003
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Elizabeth Murray: Looking at Pictures: A Painter’s Education
Elizabeth Murray in her Manhattan studio, 2002. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Humor," 2003. Segment: Elizabeth Murray. © Art21, Inc. 2003. ART21: When do you first remember making art?
10/01/2003
Interview:
Raymond Pettibon: Gumby, Vavoom, and Baseball Players
ART21: Are any of the characters in your work ever heroes? Say, the baseball players . . . PETTIBON: I’m not in awe of what most people would consider heroes, which would be someone of stature and power. In fact, those would tend to be people who I don’t respect at all. The public has a kind of natural awe of them that tends to...
10/01/2003
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Raymond Pettibon: Political Cartoons—Patty Hearst and the Presidents
ART21: There’s an anger and a kind of social criticism in your work. Can you talk about that? Where does that anger come from? PETTIBON: Well, it just wells up from deep inside me, so watch out: it’s likely to blow any time! (LAUGHS)
10/01/2003
Interview:
Vija Celmins: Building Surfaces
ART21: Is there a way to describe how your work led from one way of working into the next?
9/17/2003
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Vija Celmins: Earliest Influences, Early Works
ART21: I’m curious about this old painting you have in the studio. Have you been thinking about its qualities, in terms of what you’re working on now?
9/17/2003
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Tim Hawkinson: "Drip" and "Emoter"
Tim Hawkinson works on "Drip" (2002) in his Los Angeles studio, 2002. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Time," 2003. © Art21, Inc. 2003. ART21: What is the inspiration behind Drip? What led you to creating that piece?
9/17/2003
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