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Brian Alfred sits down with artists and musicians in galleries and their studios to discuss their process and inspiration in their creative life.

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    • 4.7 • 274 Ratings

Brian Alfred sits down with artists and musicians in galleries and their studios to discuss their process and inspiration in their creative life.

    Episode 427 / Sam Friedman

    Episode 427 / Sam Friedman

    Born in Oneonta, New York in 1984
Sam Friedman is an artist who lives and works in Pleasant Valley, New York. Sam has had solo exhibitions at The Mass in Tokyo, Gana Nineone in Seoul, Harper’s Chelsea in NYC, Library Street Collective in Detroit, WOAW Gallery in Hong Kong, Over The Influence in Hong Kong and many others.
    His work has been covered by Hype Beast, BOOOOOOM, Fed, Hype Art and more.

    • 1 hr 48 min
    Episode 426 / Jansson Stegner

    Episode 426 / Jansson Stegner

    Jansson Stegner (b. 1972, Denver, CO, US; lives and works in Santa Barbara, CA, US) received his MFA from the University of Albany, New York. Stegner has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions with Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels; Bellwether Gallery, New York; Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, and most recently, Almine Rech Gallery, New York. He was the recipient of the 2010 Art Brussels: Collectors’ Choice Award and was the 2015 Deutsche Bank NYFA Fellow. Stegner is represented by Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles and Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 425 / Alec Egan

    Episode 425 / Alec Egan

    Alec Egan (b. 1984, Los Angeles, CA) completed his MFA at Otis College of Art and Design in 2013, and received a BFA in creative writing and poetry from Kenyon College. Recent solo exhibitions include Drawing Room at Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VT; Blue Setting, Charles Moffett, New York, NY; Look Out, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA; and Miro’s Corner, MAKI Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. His work has also been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions at Almine Rech, Paris, France; Dubuque Museum of Art, Dubuque, IA; California Heritage Museum, Santa Monica, CA; Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA; Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles / New York; Charles Moffett Gallery, New York, NY; MAKI Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. Egan lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.

    • 2 hr 21 min
    Episode 424 / Andrew Paul Woolbright

    Episode 424 / Andrew Paul Woolbright

    Andrew Paul Woolbright is an artist, gallerist, and Editor-at-Large at the Brooklyn Rail, living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Andrew is an MFA graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design in painting and is the director of the Lower East Side Gallery Below Grand. He currently teaches at Pratt and School of Visual Arts in New York.
    He has shown his work at galleries such as Rachel Uffner, Yellow Peril, the University Of Illinois, InSitu, Hesse Flatow, DeBoer Gallery, The Hole, Zurcher Gallery and many more.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Episode 423 / Keltie Ferris

    Episode 423 / Keltie Ferris

    Keltie Ferris was born in Kentucky in 1977 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated with a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2006.Keltie has had recent solo shows at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Morán Morán, Klemm’s Gallery, Gana Art Sounds, the Speed Museum in Louisville, KY, the University Art Museum at SUNY Albany, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, just to namw a few. His works have been included in group exhibitions at institutions, including Klemm’s Gallery, G Gallery, Seoul, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Asheville Art Museum, Morán Morán, Makasiini Contemporary, Maruani Mercier,  Saatchi Gallery, the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, and the Brooklyn Museum. He was awarded the Rosenthal Family Foundation Award in Painting by the Academy of Arts and Letters in 2014.

    Sound & Vision is supported by the New York Studio School, Golden Artist Colors and Fulcrum Coffee.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 422 / Alicia Adamerovich

    Episode 422 / Alicia Adamerovich

    Alicia Adamerovich (B. 1989, Latrobe, PA) is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She received her Bachelor's of Design from Pennsylvania State University in 2013. Adamerovich has been a recipient of several residencies including the Del Vaz Projects Residency (Los Angeles); Moly Sabata Artist Residency, Albert Gleizes Foundation (Sablons, FR); and Palazzo Monti Residency (Brescia, IT). Her recent solo exhibitions include This is the time of the hour, Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles); Ultra-gentle manipulation of delicate objects, Pangée (Montréal, QC); Second Nature, Del Vaz Projects (Los Angeles) and A Bat out of Hell, Sans Titre (Paris, FR). This summer Alicia will attend the Hayama Artist residency in Japan and will present h er rst New York solo exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery in November. She has participated in exhibitions at Lafayette Anticipations (Paris, FR), Timothy Taylor Gallery (NYC), Margot Samel Gallery (NYC), Rachel Uffner Gallery (NYC), Mrs. Gallery (Queens), Yee Society (Hong Kong), Green Family Art Foundation (Dallas), and Artpace (San Antonio). Alicia’s work can be found in the permanent collections of The ICA Miami (Miami, FL), He Art Museum (Guangdong, CH), X Museum (Beijing, CH) and the Green Family Art Foundation (Dallas, TX). Adamerovich is represented by Timothy Taylor Gallery (London, NYC) and Michael Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles).

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
274 Ratings

274 Ratings

Erawm ,

Amazing

I love this podcast! The inclusion of music alleviates the focus on purely the visual which could get oppressive. An interesting take. All of the stories and personal histories are wonderful to hear and are inspiring. Occasionally the host’s view towards Christianity gets a bit bitter but he’s otherwise kind, generous, and a funny, delightful interlocutor👏.

Melisgal ,

Melisgal

This is without a doubt my favorite contemporary art podcast. I feel like I’m in the same room as Brian & the artists he interviews. Conversations wander in many directions but always include educational influences, stories of growing up & dealing with issues that helped & hindered artistic careers & music. Brian is the ultimate interview. He knows when to just listen & how to draw out ideas from introverted guests. His liberal arts background as well as working artist life style really shines in this podcast.

Orange Featherrr ,

Mini biographies of bright, interesting artists

I love learning about how different artists made it work. Brian Alfred gets smart, talented artists on this pod and asks good questions. Fun, informative, and makes creative people feel at home. Perfect for studio listening!! Check it out!

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