What happens when an artist’s inclinations towards her/his work conflict with her/his ability to sell and keep making it?
Brian Fernandes-Halloran is a found object sculptor following a natural tendency to make life and loved ones from what was lost and forgotten. His work has been shown at the New Museum and the Fridman gallery in SOHO and throughout the East coast, Europe and Latin America. His site is brianfh.com and he can be contacted at brianmoz[at]gmail.com
When a Pine Tree Falls in a Museum …
BERLIN — In a large room, three tree trunks lie haphazardly in a pile at a slight angle to the wall. They have been stripped of their branches and bark but their roots remain intact, awkwardly protruding into a closed doorway.
Your Guide to Finding Affordable Studio Space in NYC
As prices for studios rise steadily throughout New York, here’s a useful guide to finding the ideal, affordable NYC studio and figuring out what your “priorities” should be.