Posted by Terri Thornton on April 21, 2016 - 12:02pm


Fernando Bryce, El Mundo en Llamas, 2010–11, installation details: Alexander and Bonin. Photo: Joerg Lohse


I’m interested in understanding images as political fact. . . . These media images are both product and construct. When I see a picture that fascinates me, I’m always interested in its function. Fernando Bryce, in “The Artist and the Propaganda Machine,” ArtMag, by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf

Posted by Terri Thornton on April 14, 2016 - 2:49pm

Arne Svenson, Faggots series, 1994

Arne SvensonA talk that hit all the right notes. Love his work and how he thinks about it. Facebook comment by Carol Ivey

Posted by Terri Thornton on April 6, 2016 - 4:43pm

I was always drawn to the head. Why not just do that fucking head, you know? . . . It shows in the work if you’re not into it. So you have to really embrace it, love it, and own it. That’s how I feel.”  Joyce Pensato, Tuesday Evenings at the Modern, March 22, 2016

Animal Instincts