As Summer comes to a close, Studio Gallery is saying farewell to Svetlana Shaindlin, its director of three years, and hello to a new director! Click to read about both directors, and Studio Gallery’s powerful, feminist legacy.
Throughout art history, abstraction has oftentimes been a subject of confusion, uncertainty, and even controversy. Because abstract art covers such a wide range of art-types and processes, here we present several Studio Gallery artists and their approaches to abstraction, with the hope that their insight will aid uneasy gallery-goers in their journey to understanding and appreciation.
We’re continuing our Art World Professionals interview series with Creative Director of Events at Refinery29, Olivia-Jené Fagon. We sat down to talk about Refinery29’s unique mission, and 29Rooms, the upcoming festival of cause, culture and creativity.
Studio Gallery has the pleasure of representing artists from all kinds of diverse backgrounds and beginnings. In this next edition of our All Walks of Life series, Jo Levine reflects on what brought her to the arts.
The human figure has been a powerful subject in art throughout history, and across all mediums. Every artist has a process and drive that is unique to them specifically, so I interviewed Studio Gallery artist Kadeem Morris to ask him about his approach to representing the figure.
Studio Gallery has the pleasure of representing artists from all kinds of diverse backgrounds and beginnings. In this next edition of our All Walks of Life series, Gordon Binder reflects on what brought him back to the arts.
From June 26th to July 20th, Studio Gallery is hosting a collaborative exhibition by artists Pam Frederick and Veronica Szalus about the fluidity of the urban environment. To celebrate this show, I asked Pam and Veronica a few questions about their processes and how metropolitan structures have influenced their artwork. Click to keep reading!
Living in the DC area, we are at the heart of politics. Feminism has been gaining more and more traction over the years as social media platforms have given women more freedom in expressing themselves and in sharing their experiences. So, what is Studio Gallery doing to support the feminist movement?
Artists come from all walks of life. Not all artists start out as artists; some begin their education or careers in other fields, and realize later on that their calling is more varied than they thought.
In collaboration with Studio Gallery and IA&A at Hillyer, local artist Stephanie Mercedes will be inviting members of the public to drop clean, empty bullet casings into a homemade kiln. The bullets will be melted down into a single bell, which will be hung in the Studio Gallery as a tribute to victims of gun violence.
A short guide for artists aiming to make their practices more eco-friendly! Whether you want to minimize waste or learn some fun, environmentally friendly ways to make your own supplies, there are steps you can take to make beautiful art while also being mindful of our planet!