Student Artwork Update: Paul Katcher

August 21st, 2016

We are pleased to present photographs by SVACE student Paul Katcher, created in conjunction with the courses, “Art and the Everyday” with Magali Duzant and Jeanette Spicer and “New York, Just as I Pictured It” with Ellen Wallenstein.

Photo by Paul Katcher, SVACE student

Photo by Paul Katcher, SVACE student

Paul Katcher’s interest in photography grew out of the tech environment, creating images since he bought his first digital camera, a then-state-of-the-art 1.3 megapixel Olympus C-900 Zoom around the turn of the millennium.

See Paul’s work in our exhibition space at 209 East 23 Street until August 31!  Find more of his work at his website and Instagram pages.

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Faculty Updates

August 20th, 2016

What have SVACE faculty members been up to? We have exciting updates from Steve Brodner and E. Adam Attia.

Steve Brodner illustrated the cover of TIME Magazine, inventing a face for the ubiquitous gremlin who has trolled all of us at some point in our internet adventures.

Illustration by Steve Brodner for TIME

Illustration by Steve Brodner for TIME

E. Adam Attia will participate in Autonomous Vehicles, a group exhibition opening this week at Sara Nightingale Gallery in East Hampton. The gallery is the first to exhibit Attia’s works from his Drone Zone series, which led to his arrest in late 2012.

E. Adam Attia (ESSAM), Drone Zone 2, Jessica, Pigment Fiber Print, 16” x 20” Edition of 10

E. Adam Attia (ESSAM), Drone Zone 2, Jessica, Pigment Fiber Print, 16” x 20” Edition of 10

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Weekend Hot Links

August 19th, 2016

Happy Friday! Might we suggest recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community?

Image via Macmillan

Image via Macmillan

Success! Story (io9): A graphic novel examines Tetris, psychology, and history. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)

Pavilion Park (FastCo.Design) Will the World’s Fair Pavilion become the High Line of Queens? (via Robert Stribley)

Stranger Fonts (Art of the Title): What type and titles can do for nostalgia. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)

Dada World (The Village Voice): MoMA’s new exhibition unearths a Dada anthology. (via Lisa Lordi)

Clinton Cam (Columbia Journalism Review): Breaking radical tradition for a history-making candidate. (via Robert Stribley)

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