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DLG335 Dr. Lisa thinks being one of seven children helped artist Beth Campbell room to develop her unique perception on the world‪.‬ Dr. Lisa Gives a Sh*t

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BETH CAMPBELL is someone who’s work first emerged in 2000 and impressed the f*ck out of me at the first greater New York Show. I became an instant fan and have watch her work has expanded and developed since then. So I was thrilled to have her on as my guest.
This question from an interview by Sara Murkett in the Huffington Post describes what people often wonder when they see the body of Campbell’s work:
"It seems to me that to make the work that you do, you would need to have a good sense of industrial design, architectural planning, design and math. Is this something that came naturally to you or something that had to develop because that was the kind of work that you wanted to make?" 
We went deeper into what Beth’s influences, (church, youngest of 7, etc...) and experiences, (living in a small town, childhood hours roaming outside, etc..), led her to conceptualize and realize her ideas. Beth is an original human with a deep connection to her work and a rarely seen commitment to realizing her vision in her work to a level of perfection, no matter what obstacle she needs to wrestle to get there.
Follow Beth HERE: @bethcampbell7

BIO (Beth's body of work is vast , diverse and philosophical. I invite you to do your own research!)
BETH CAMPBELL, BORN IN ILLINOIS IN 1971, RECEIVED HER BFA FROM TRUMAN STATE
UNIVERSITY, KIRKSVILLE, MO (1993), AND HER MFA FROM OHIO UNIVERSITY, ATHENS, OH (1997), AFTER WHICH SHE ATTENDED THE SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING AND SCULPTURE, MADISON, ME (1997). SHE CURRENTLY LIVES AND WORKS IN BROOKLYN, NY.
CAMPBELL HAS HELD OVER A DOZEN SOLO EXHIBITIONS AT GALLERIES AND INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING KATE WERBLE GALLERY, NEW YORK, NY (2019, 2017, 2012); THE ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM, RIDGEFIELD, CT (2017); ANNE MOSSERI-MARLIO GALERIE, BASEL, CH (2014); COUNTRY CLUB, CHICAGO, IL (2012); JUNE LEE CONTEMPORARY ART, SEOUL, KOREA (2011); SCULPTURE CENTER, CLEVELAND, OH (2010); MANIFESTA 7 (2008); NICOLE KLAGSBRUN GALLERY, NEW YORK, NY (2008, 2005, 2004); THE PUBLIC ART FUND (2007); AND WHITE COLUMNS, NEW YORK, NY (2000). IN 2007, SHE PRESENTED A SOLO PROJECT, FOLLOWING ROOM, AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK, NY.
HER WORK HAS BEEN SHOWN IN NEW YORK AT VENUES INCLUDING MOMA PS1, THE NEW
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART, ANDREA ROSEN GALLERY, ARTISTS SPACE, AND THE BLOOMBERG FINANCIAL OFFICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH SCULPTURE CENTER. CAMPBELL HAS ALSO BEEN FEATURED IN EXHIBITIONS AT THE CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART (PITTSBURGH, PA); THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM (PITTSBURGH, PA); CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER (CINCINNATI, OH); OK CENTER (LINZ, AT); HALES GALLERY (LONDON, UK); AND EX3 CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, (FLORENCE, IT).
HER WORK HAS BEEN REVIEWED IN ARTFORUM, THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES, THE NEW YORKER, ART LIES: A CONTEMPORARY ART QUARTERLY, THE NEW CRITERION, ART IN AMERICA, TIMEOUT NEW YORK, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, ARTNEWS, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, BOMB, THE VILLAGE VOICE, AND THE WALL STREET JOURNAL.
CAMPBELL RECEIVED A GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP IN 2011, A RESIDENCY AT KOHLER ARTS
CENTER IN 2010, AND A LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY FELLOWSHIP IN 2009. OTHER GRANTS AND
FELLOWSHIPS INCLUDE THE JOHN MICHAEL KOHLER ARTS CENTER, ARTS/INDUSTRY RESIDENCY
(2010), THE POLLOCK-KRASNER FOUNDATION GRANT (2006), AND THE REMA HORT MANN
FOUNDATION ART GRANT (2000).
HER WORK IS INCLUDED IN THE COLLECTIONS OF THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, NY; THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK, NY; ALTOIDS CURIOUSLY STRONG COLLECTION, THE NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, NEW YORK, NY; THE NEW SCHOOL, NEW YORK, NY; BLOOMBERG RADIO AND NEWS, NEW YORK, NY; AND LANDMARKS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, AUSTIN, TX.

BETH CAMPBELL is someone who’s work first emerged in 2000 and impressed the f*ck out of me at the first greater New York Show. I became an instant fan and have watch her work has expanded and developed since then. So I was thrilled to have her on as my guest.
This question from an interview by Sara Murkett in the Huffington Post describes what people often wonder when they see the body of Campbell’s work:
"It seems to me that to make the work that you do, you would need to have a good sense of industrial design, architectural planning, design and math. Is this something that came naturally to you or something that had to develop because that was the kind of work that you wanted to make?" 
We went deeper into what Beth’s influences, (church, youngest of 7, etc...) and experiences, (living in a small town, childhood hours roaming outside, etc..), led her to conceptualize and realize her ideas. Beth is an original human with a deep connection to her work and a rarely seen commitment to realizing her vision in her work to a level of perfection, no matter what obstacle she needs to wrestle to get there.
Follow Beth HERE: @bethcampbell7

BIO (Beth's body of work is vast , diverse and philosophical. I invite you to do your own research!)
BETH CAMPBELL, BORN IN ILLINOIS IN 1971, RECEIVED HER BFA FROM TRUMAN STATE
UNIVERSITY, KIRKSVILLE, MO (1993), AND HER MFA FROM OHIO UNIVERSITY, ATHENS, OH (1997), AFTER WHICH SHE ATTENDED THE SKOWHEGAN SCHOOL OF PAINTING AND SCULPTURE, MADISON, ME (1997). SHE CURRENTLY LIVES AND WORKS IN BROOKLYN, NY.
CAMPBELL HAS HELD OVER A DOZEN SOLO EXHIBITIONS AT GALLERIES AND INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING KATE WERBLE GALLERY, NEW YORK, NY (2019, 2017, 2012); THE ALDRICH CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM, RIDGEFIELD, CT (2017); ANNE MOSSERI-MARLIO GALERIE, BASEL, CH (2014); COUNTRY CLUB, CHICAGO, IL (2012); JUNE LEE CONTEMPORARY ART, SEOUL, KOREA (2011); SCULPTURE CENTER, CLEVELAND, OH (2010); MANIFESTA 7 (2008); NICOLE KLAGSBRUN GALLERY, NEW YORK, NY (2008, 2005, 2004); THE PUBLIC ART FUND (2007); AND WHITE COLUMNS, NEW YORK, NY (2000). IN 2007, SHE PRESENTED A SOLO PROJECT, FOLLOWING ROOM, AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK, NY.
HER WORK HAS BEEN SHOWN IN NEW YORK AT VENUES INCLUDING MOMA PS1, THE NEW
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART, ANDREA ROSEN GALLERY, ARTISTS SPACE, AND THE BLOOMBERG FINANCIAL OFFICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH SCULPTURE CENTER. CAMPBELL HAS ALSO BEEN FEATURED IN EXHIBITIONS AT THE CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART (PITTSBURGH, PA); THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM (PITTSBURGH, PA); CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER (CINCINNATI, OH); OK CENTER (LINZ, AT); HALES GALLERY (LONDON, UK); AND EX3 CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, (FLORENCE, IT).
HER WORK HAS BEEN REVIEWED IN ARTFORUM, THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES, THE NEW YORKER, ART LIES: A CONTEMPORARY ART QUARTERLY, THE NEW CRITERION, ART IN AMERICA, TIMEOUT NEW YORK, NEW YORK MAGAZINE, ARTNEWS, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, BOMB, THE VILLAGE VOICE, AND THE WALL STREET JOURNAL.
CAMPBELL RECEIVED A GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP IN 2011, A RESIDENCY AT KOHLER ARTS
CENTER IN 2010, AND A LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY FELLOWSHIP IN 2009. OTHER GRANTS AND
FELLOWSHIPS INCLUDE THE JOHN MICHAEL KOHLER ARTS CENTER, ARTS/INDUSTRY RESIDENCY
(2010), THE POLLOCK-KRASNER FOUNDATION GRANT (2006), AND THE REMA HORT MANN
FOUNDATION ART GRANT (2000).
HER WORK IS INCLUDED IN THE COLLECTIONS OF THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, NY; THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK, NY; ALTOIDS CURIOUSLY STRONG COLLECTION, THE NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, NEW YORK, NY; THE NEW SCHOOL, NEW YORK, NY; BLOOMBERG RADIO AND NEWS, NEW YORK, NY; AND LANDMARKS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, AUSTIN, TX.

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