Using a self-taught technique, David Knopp carves plywood laminate into fantastically abstract shapes, imbuing the rigid nature of wood with the fluidity of water. Continue reading
From Minnesota’s Twin Cities Public Television, producer Emily Goldberg profiles the larger-than-life sculptor Zoran Mojsilov. The Yugoslavia native and former wrestler’s art “expresses humanity in its varied forms: in nature, in love, and even in war.” Continue reading
Elizabeth Turk is a sculptor who can seemingly turn marble into lace. She studied at Scripps College and the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work has appeared in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and she has been awarded one of this year’s Macarthur genius grants.
Nicholas Benson is a stone carver from Newport, R.I., a third generation craftsman who runs the John Stevens Shop, a business that’s been in operation since 1705. He was named as a 2010 MacArthur Fellow.
Jeffrey Brown talks to Nancy Spector, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Guggenheim Museum, about the life and work of Louise Bourgeois.