KUNSTFORUM Interviews New York-based Artist Judith Bernstein About Her Work, Feminism, War, Censorship and the Importance of “Emotional Punch.”
Artist Judith Bernstein, born in Newark 1942, lives and works in New York. In 1974, her drawing Horizontal, a monumental depiction of a phallic presence, part of the group exhibition FOCUS: Women’s Work – American Art 1974, caused a scandal: Horizontal was removed from the exhibition for being too sensationalist. The censorship her work yielded intensified the controversy already surrounding her work.
Art World Angelenos Talk About Pacific Standard Time at 2010′s Art Basel Miami Beach
Below are a selection of videos from conversations during Art Basel Miami Beach 2010 featuring L.A’s Andrea Bowers, Irving Blum, Jeffrey Deitch, Emi Fontana, Charles Gaines, Piero Golia, Andrew Perchuk, Lucy Walker, and Marnie Weber. (more…)
Workspace’s Daniel Ingroff Sits Down With Photographer Betsy Lin Seder to Talk About Exploring the History, Myth, and Reality of California
Artist Betsy Lin Seder, whose solo exhibition The Elephant was on view at Lincoln Heights-based gallery Workspace, is interviewed by the exhibition space’s director Daniel Ingroff about her series of work, making art in L.A. and exploring the history, myth and reality of California. (more…)
ForYourArt Breaks Down Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980, So You Don’t Have To
If you’re into photography or printmaking for that matter, these shows are for you. Plan your art-viewing itinerary using our regional exhibition breakdown. (more…)