‘STUDIO VISIT’ BY NICOLAS SASSOON

by Ariadna Zierold

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Vancouver, Canada based Nicolas Sassoon has been working on massive GIFs that span the width of a browser and actually require scrolling. His latest work, Studio Visit, depicts a studio space complete with wall panels, a brick fireplace, and multiple LCD screens. Today Sassoon is one of the most interesting artists working in the field of GIF-making and new media. He shows all over the world and has been included in exhibitions at the New Museum, the Museum of the Moving Image, and the New Orleans biennial Prospect.

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The body of work Sassoon has been producing there is called Pandora, which is the name of the street where the artist has lived, off and on, for the past four years. The series’ title also refers to small actions that have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences, and perhaps even to the darkness of the Internet. Sassoon’s pared-down aesthetic reflects that somber mood.

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Cody Hudson @ Purdue University

Studio Visit is a unique exhibition featuring both the works and studio practice of Chicago-based artists Stephen Eichhorn, Cody Hudson, and Chad Kouri, curated by Purdue MFA candidate Garet Martin at Purdue University’s Patti and Rusty Rueff West Gallery. The exhibition will conclude with an evening lecture by the artists, as presented through generous support from the Dr. Barbara Walker Visiting Artist Series.

On Display: Through February 17th, 2012
Artists in Studio: February 13th – 17th
Closing Reception: February 17th, 6-9pm

ANDREA SONNENBERG AKA TEEN WITCH STUDIO VISIT

Juxtapoz just stopped by Andrea Sonnenberg aka Teen Witch’s studio at Hamburger Eyes for a visit prior to her solo show at our FIFTYY24SF Gallery, My So Called Life, opening this Thursday night, November 3. She was wrapping up a few last photos, and literally wrapping up some work…

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24 Hours with Herbert Baglione

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A few weeks ago, Citrus Report founder M. Revelli spent 24 hours in the life of Herbert Baglione, from his studio, to apartment, to a night out with the Brazilian painter. Here are some of the moments from the day, including a behind the scenes look at the Baglione-art directed photo shoot with photographer Fabio Stachi. And of course, a few of Herbert painting a new body of work…

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EDWARD CAO : SKETCHBOOK INVASION

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On a recent studio visit with Los Angeles artist Edward Cao I managed to convince him to let The Citrus Report take a look inside his sketchbook, which many artists keep locked away from prying eyes due to the nature of sketchbooks being rough unfinished ideas or the base for bigger paintings. While the artists often are unsatisfied with the work in this lose form, other people often find this work beautiful and precious.

I have always been a fan of studies. I often enjoy studies as much as the finished works themselves, as it gives you a glimpse into the process and progress that takes place in the artists mind. While painters often over think and over work paintings, sketchbooks are a medium that allows them to just flow and paint or draw with no consequence as it is not likely to be seen by the public or their gallery.

Edward was kind enough to relinquish some of this control as we agreed that seeing an artists process/progress can make you understand and enjoy the their work even more. Here is a glimpse into the process/progress of Edward Cao, which happens to be very beautiful. —j.frede

www.edwardcao.com

1. what artists influence or inspire you lately?

Marlene Dumas–i love the fluidity of her work.

Antony Micallef–brutal and beautiful, i could stare for hours…

Anything El Mac and Retna do–just mind blowing and mind boggling

2. what was the last exhibition you went to that made you want to go home and paint? ( *)

Robbie Conal’s show at Country Club Projects was great, always nice to get up close and look at his thick waves of oil paint. The most recent David Choe exhibition in LA was pretty inspiring, too. He had so much work across so many different mediums I was blown away. It made me want to just get back to work, and I love that feeling.

3. name 3 lesser known artists that you think are dope?

these artists are all kicking ass, but i think they deserve more attention and money of course:

Drew Beckmeyer, Joshua Abram Howard, and Lady Gaga.

(* I asked this question because EVERY time I see Joshua Petker at openings around LA he is always antsy to get back home and paint, props to Joshua)

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