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Since the civil war in Syria began two and a half years ago, nearly two million Syrians have fled the country. About half a…
This week on Art Uncovered I'm joined by Andrew Shea. He's the director of a new film called POW: Portrait of Wally. The film…
I first came across the work of week's guest Jesse Hulcher's at Interstate Projects here in Brooklyn, where he had a video piece…
In 2006, after a year-long journey through space, a NASA probe called the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter settled into a circular…
War/Photography, an expansive new exhibition curated by Anne Wilkes Tucker, opened last month at the Brooklyn Museum. The show…
In the new documentary Narco Cultura, filmmaker and photojournalist Shaul Shwarz follows the lives of two men involved with…
In the new book Art On The Block, writer Ann Fensterstock charts the history of the New York art world over the last sixty…
This week on the show my guest is painter Jason Brockert. Jason currently has a show up at Iam8bit gallery in Los Angeles. The…
This week on the show I'm joined by photographer Edie Winograde. Edie is based in Denver, and over the last few years she's been…
In his new book Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York, photographer Tod Seelie documents New York's vibrant D.I.Y.…
Last summer, my guest photographer Benjamin Rasmussen went to Jordan along with photographer Michael Friberg to meet some of these…
This week artist Randal Wilcox talks about his self portraits, painting with saliva, and his experimental band Beat Cops. …
This week Thilde Jensen talks about Canaries, her project that looks at people suffering from Multi Chemical Sensitivity. A book…
Martin Waldmeier is a curator based in London. In his new exhibition, Death of a Cameraman, Martin explores the complicated roles…
This week on the show I speak with Sarah Lasley about her film Eve. The film follows four characters: a celebrity, her confused…
Justine Frischmann is a California-based painter. This month she's got a new solo show of her abstract paintings opening at…
This week on the program, painter Brandon Schreck. He talks about getting into painting later in life, the influence of music on…
Fred Ritchin is an authority on the future of photography. He's written several books on the subject, and his newest came out…
This week on the show my guest is Allison Maletz. Allison's watercolor paintings , installations and sound works examine the …
This week on Art Uncovered, we get a tour of the new MoMA exhibition, Soundings: A Contemporary Score, from curator Barbara…
Today on the show, my guest is Los Angles-based artist and jack of all trades, Tucker Neel. Tucker's artwork takes the form of…
Ilona Gaynor is an artist and designer. Unlike many artists and designers however, Illona isn't interested in producing objects or…
Ayala Gazit is an Israeli photographer based in Brooklyn. In her work she combines family photographs, old documents and her own…
This week on the show is artist Mary Mattingly. Mary's work combines photography, sculpture, architecture and ecology to bring us…
Over the last few years photographer Lisa Elmaleh has been driving her homemade, portable darkroom through the American…
Mark 2, Stanford Linear Accelerator, California This week on the show: photographer Stanley Greenberg. Stanley has made his…
Last month the Chicago Sun-Times laid off it's entire photo department. Their plan: to replace their 28 staff photographers --…
Joe Gillette is the man behind Party Food, a multimedia art project that according to the project's website is "a story about 2…
Eric Lindveit makes work that might be more at home in a natural history museum than a gallery or museum: for the past few years,…
Like a scientist, artist Aspen Mays' work is about the search for knowledge. However, unlike a scientist, she's much more…
American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music, is a new traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian on view now in New York at the…
Curator Elizabeth Armstrong's current exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art is all about this slippery slope between…
This week on Art Uncovered a conversation with artist Carrie Mae Rose. I visited her at her Bushwick studio to talk about her…
This week on the show, a conversation with artist Melissa Brown. Melissa's  kaleidoscopic  prints and collages  draw on …
The artist Paisley Kang is interested in the messier, baser functions of the human body. According to Paisley, "bleeding,…
Suzan Hoeltzel and Yuni Villalonga are the curators of Contemporary Cartographies, an exhibition at the Lehman College Art…
Artist Luisa Kazanas makes sculptures and prints that explore psychological states of being and draw on the aesthetics of science…
Last month, the Philadelphia Museum of Art opened a new exhibition called Great and Mighty Things. The show features the work of…
Diamond Head is the new show and collaboration between artists Johannes De Young describing and Natalie Westbrook. The show takes…
Implosions of buildings 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York [#1] October 6, 2007 In his new book, Disappearance of…
Jonathon Keats is an artist and experimental philosopher. In his new book called Forged he makes the case for why forgers are…
Artist Joey Parlett is know for drawings that feature a bizarre cast of reoccurring characters and densely drawn battle scenes. …
Photographer Tessa Traeger's newest project is based on a collection of 19th century glass plate negatives given to her by a great…
Color Rush, the new exhibition at the Milkwalkee Art Museum, that looks at the history of color photography in the United States.…
The new exhibition Farfetched: Mad Science Fringe Architecture and Visionary Engineering features artworks, images and objects…
Kelly Anderson ie is the director of the documentary "My Brooklyn." The film examines the forces that are rapidly transforming the…
San Francisco based photographer Jin Zhu's projects take her to the landscapes of the American West, places like Monument Valley,…
This week we talk with collage artist Larry Carlson about his work, Big Foot, music and LSD.
Phyllis Baldino is a video artist based in Brooklyn, New York. In her latest exhibition, Baldino brings together pieces that…
This week on the show U.K.-based artist Sig Waller joins me to talk about her collage work and paintings. Through the use of found…
We may not realize it now, but for much of the 19th and well into the 20th century, the circus was a really big deal in New York…
Joan Hall has been making collages, illustrations and assemblages for over 30 years. In 1984 she collaborated with computer…
This week on the show my guest is painter and illustrator Esther Pearl Watson. Esther's paintings draw on memories from her…