Tag: motherhood

Interview

Sarah Slappey: Lurking in the underbrush

Contributed by Julia Monté / After “Night Feeding”, Sarah Slappey’s first solo exhibition in NYC at Crush Curatorial, I caught up with her to discuss her new work, a borrowed baby, and the shadows lurking in the lush, sometimes haunting, environments of her recent paintings. Tangles of arms, legs, and dripping breasts seem to nurture their surroundings, with […]

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DISCUSSION: Owning motherhood

Last week I moderated a discussion at the School of Visual Arts called “Taking Custody: The Double Life of the Artist Mother,” which was organized by Cathleen Cueto, an artist who is expecting her first child this year, and included panelists Suzanne McClelland, Katherine Bernhardt, Rachel Papo, Amy Stein, Renée […]

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The Double Life of the Artist Mother

Dear Readers, Please join us for a lively (and I hope brutally honest) conversation this Tuesday at the School of Visual Arts Theater. Taking Custody: The Double Life of the Artist Mother A Panel Discussion moderated by Sharon Butler of Two Coats of Paint Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 7pm SVA […]