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The Beez and Honey Podcast, or The Podcast for short, is an oral history of the contemporary art world covering everything about Art. I’ll be inviting people from all areas of the art field to discuss everything from sustainability to technology. Expect input from artists, curators, collectors, gallerists, art dealers and unexpected voices not part of the mainstream discourse which often centers around the price of art.

Beez And Honey Nicollette Ramirez

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The Beez and Honey Podcast, or The Podcast for short, is an oral history of the contemporary art world covering everything about Art. I’ll be inviting people from all areas of the art field to discuss everything from sustainability to technology. Expect input from artists, curators, collectors, gallerists, art dealers and unexpected voices not part of the mainstream discourse which often centers around the price of art.

    Edward Bowen: A Titan of Trinidad and Tobago Art

    Edward Bowen: A Titan of Trinidad and Tobago Art

    This is an intimate discussion about Edward (Eddie) Bowen’s creative process, his history and his current Plantation Project and book launch: Black Light Void: Dark Visions of the Caribbean edited by Marsha Pierce

    • 28 min
    Mermaids In The Basement: A Discussion

    Mermaids In The Basement: A Discussion

    A discussion with artist CJ Chueca and curator Blanca de la Torre about the exhibition Mermaids In The Basement at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, NYC.

    • 25 min
    Anthony Bannwart Speaks About His Ongoing Body of Work From His Studio In Berlin

    Anthony Bannwart Speaks About His Ongoing Body of Work From His Studio In Berlin

    Anthony Bannwart, www.anthonybannwart.com www.Studionaegeli.com Gstaad Gallery

    Anthony Bannwart, born in the watchmaking town of La Chaux-de-Fonds, is a Swiss conceptual interdisciplinary artist. Anthony Bannwart´s creativity and fluidity among materials and disciplines together with thorough researched concepts and productions mark his international career with participating exhibitions and workshops in Europe, the United States and Asia. The artist has a unique path leading to a timeless approach with universal themes and is known for his tributes to important personalities, such as Buckminster Fuller, Le Corbusier, Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Novalis, Fibonacci, among others. As a passionate sailor, the artist lives and works in Switzerland and is the founder of WAVESartinitiativefortheoceans.com

    • 30 min
    Payal Parekh: Blessed Rest

    Payal Parekh: Blessed Rest

    Bridging the worlds of wellness, yoga and Art, Payal brings a fresh perspective on how Art supports our overall wellness. Listen to her journey on this first episode of 2023. Visit her website https://www.Payal.nyc/art-yoga

    • 26 min
    Blanca de la Torre: Con Los Pies En La Tierra

    Blanca de la Torre: Con Los Pies En La Tierra

    Con Los Pies En La Tierra: CAAM, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

    October 7th 2022 – January 29th 2023

    Curators: Blanca de la Torre and Zoran Erić

    Artists:
    Ravi Agarwal / Amy Balkin / Luna Bengoechea Peña / Ursula Biemann / Saskia Calderón / Javier Camarasa / Tania Candiani / Tomas Colbengtson / Teresa Correa / Acaymo S. Cuesta & Branislav Nikolić / Mark Dion / Olafur Eliasson / Tue Greenfort / Gloria Godínez / Lungiswa Gqunta / Igor Grubić / Tea Mäkipää / Marija Marković / Mary Mattingly / Ana Mendieta / Santiago Morilla / Michael Najjar / Fernando Palma / pluriversal radio / PSJM (Cynthia Viera & Pablo San José) / Nikola Radić Lucati / Tabita Rezaire / pablo sanz / Zina Saro-Wiwa / Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle / Robertina Šebjanič & Gjino Šutić / Theresa Traore Dahlberg / Tanja Vujinović / Juan Zamora / Bo Zheng


    Con los pies en la Tierra seeks to explore the complexity of the ecological problematics connected to the current state of late capitalism, through realms like the struggle for indigenous sovereignty, gender equality, resistance to different kinds of extractivisms, land and water exploitation, and the legacy of colonialism and economic neocolonial strategies. We have to embrace the potential for resistance to all forms for environmental justice and propose an interconnected approach between visual arts and the newly opened eco-political spaces that are challenging the trinomy of Capitalism, Patriarchy and Colonialism.

    This exhibition is conceived as the second part of a broader project, which had the first phase in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade (MoCAB), after three-year-long research. Under the title Overview Effect, it was referring to the concept coined by Frank White, that described the cognitive shift reported by a number of astronauts having looked back from Space to Earth. We took it as a metaphor to show the encompassing view needed to understand all aspects of the global eco-social crisis in a moment where we are surpassing the biocapacity of the Earth. In this second part, the new exhibition at CAAM, titled in Spanish Con los pies en la Tierra we decided to shift the focus “down to earth”, with an earthbound approach to the environmental issues, showing how this “all the way around” position brings us, at the end of the day, to the same views of interconnectedness and ecodependency. Moreover, we have to consider that the word tierra is a homonym in the Spanish language, meaning both the planet Earth and the soil.

    The “mirroring” of these two perspectives would give deeper insight and tackle the discourse of environmental justice, as a result of a large project that involved a series of workshops, lectures, panel discussions, encounters with activists, and theoretical events.

    • 21 min
    Kenny Feldsott: Howls That Wake Us In The Night. Solo Exhibition at SUNY Old Westbury.

    Kenny Feldsott: Howls That Wake Us In The Night. Solo Exhibition at SUNY Old Westbury.

    One of the youngest exhibitors ever at SFMOMA in 1975, Feldsott all but disappeared from the art world, spending more than twenty-five years in Central and South America, where he worked on ecological restoration and cultural conservation projects and studied traditional medicine with Indigenous communities. Throughout this period, he continued to create a large body of work that, together with his past and current work, become a record of the human journey.

    The exhibition is curated by Amelie A. Wallace Gallery Director Hyewon Yi. Gallery Hours:
    Mondays – Fridays: 12 pm – 5 pm and by appointment

    Location:
    Campus Center, Main Level
    SUNY College at Old Westbury
    Route 107, Old Westbury, NY 11568

    Location:
    Long Island Expressway to exit 41N; 107N to the main gate of SUNY College at Old Westbury; turn left and follow
    signs to Campus Center; go downstairs to Gallery on the main level. www.oldwestbury.edu.

    Contact Info:
    Director & Curator: Hyewon Yi, PhD
    516-876-2709/3056
    yih@oldwestbury.edu

    • 52 min

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