3 episodes

Jasmin Tsou, the owner of the New York based art gallery JTT, interviews the artists that she represents. This series gives a background on the art that the gallery exhibits through the voice of the artists themselves, as well as a look into the New York art world.

JTT Jasmin Tsou and Marie Catalano

    • Visual Arts

Jasmin Tsou, the owner of the New York based art gallery JTT, interviews the artists that she represents. This series gives a background on the art that the gallery exhibits through the voice of the artists themselves, as well as a look into the New York art world.

    Anna-Sophie Berger discusses her solo show at the Bonner Kunstverein with Jasmin Tsou

    Anna-Sophie Berger discusses her solo show at the Bonner Kunstverein with Jasmin Tsou

    Anna-Sophie Berger discusses with Jasmin Tsou, "Duel", her first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at the Bonner Kunstverein. Berger and Tsou begin by discussing Berger's larger practice and how her interest in language, clothing, distribution and notions of private and public space make their way into this specific institutional show.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Dan Herschlein and Jasmin Tsou discuss narrative identity.

    Dan Herschlein and Jasmin Tsou discuss narrative identity.

    Sculpture and installation artist Dan Herschlein’s practice renders the interior and exterior of domestic spaces with great detail in accordance with a supernatural logic. By appropriating tropes from horror cinema and gothic fiction, Herschlein explores aspects of narrative identity as an efficient tool for self-deception, and the lengths an individual may unconsciously go to in order to craft and mediate their own narrative.  Herschlein and Jasmin Tsou discuss narrative identity and his solo exhibition on view from September 2 - October 17, 2020 at JTT. For more information visit jttnyc.com

    • 38 min
    Sculpture artist Doreen Garner on vanitas still lifes and the history of medical experimentation in America

    Sculpture artist Doreen Garner on vanitas still lifes and the history of medical experimentation in America

    Jasmin Tsou interviews sculpture artist Doreen Garner on new work inspired by vanitas still lifes, the 16th and 17th century Dutch painting genre that focused on the transience of life, the futility of pleasure and the certainty of death. Garner's work at large deals with the history of medical experimentation in America and this interview unpacks our current pandemic moment.

    • 29 min

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