September 2015 #176
We are proud to kick off the Fall season with a cover story on San Francisco-based fine artist Richard Colman. Richard's work has evolved and expanded so much since we last spoke to him in 2010, and his newest body of work continues to be an exploration on the way we as humans communicate and interact. We spent a few weeks with Richard in his studio in SF as well as around the city he calls home to catch a glimpse at the intricate details of the working artist's life.
Also in September 2015
—We catch a glimpse into "The Gilded Age," a 3-man show with Aaron Horkey, Esao Andrews, and Joao Ruas that opens at Thinkspace Gallery in September.
—Tomer Hanuka shares the inside story on his collaborative graphic novel, "The Divine"
—We give David Jien some reptiles to play with
—Felipe Pantone continues to explore the limits and possibilities of graffiti and fine art
—The best kind of Deadbeat: Clint Woodside's look into America
—Sister Corita Kent, the unlikely activist, opens a retrospective at Pasadena Museum of California
—Manila gets covered in color
—Hueman opens her studio
—KAWS takes over the Brooklyn Museum
... and The National recall "Sorrow"... 6 hours of it.