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3 days ago Final critique of Allegra Chaple’s moving thesis installation “Missing Person”
6 days ago Thesis exhibitions opening tomorrow night 5-8 pm at Pratt Photography Gallery
1 week ago #Repost Pratt Photo alumn @caitiborruso ・・・
Romke 2018 - looking to photograph more men, hi
1 week ago Tomorrow night alumn @andrew_jar will be presenting his work at the Marble Hill Camera Club, 5:30-9:30 pm at Gottscheer Hall in Ridgewood, Queens along with faculty member @saraspar and 4 other artists. $5 cover requested but not required, food and drinks available.
1 week ago Tonight @deligallery! Memory Foam is an artist-led initiative started by Pratt alumns Yael Malka and Sacha Vega, along with @katshannon. It came out of a desire to create meaningful and intimate space for art making, conversation, and storytelling. Inundated in an overstimulated moment, they are interested in what ideas, works, or stories provide an opportunity to stick and linger. Memory Foam’s projects are reflective of their expanding ideas on how to iterate on their mission, whether that be through curating exhibitions, publishing or fostering conversations.
Artists Eat Ice Cream is an ongoing video series that is conducted by a rotating Memory Foam member in conversation with an artist over ice cream. Built out of an idea of establishing and expanding an artistic community, Memory Foam sought out artists to interview, not only for their prolific art careers but for the many hats they wear in leading a creative life.
This is an opportunity to bond with an artist over a treat, for many associated with delight, and in doing so creating shared space to have a playful and intimate dialogue about one’s life and practice. All the interviews were conducted in public spaces, ice cream shops, and parks, to help create a sense of openness and accessibility when thinking about where these ideas and exchanges can live. The videos each have their own focus but all share insights on artistic motivations and bits of wisdom in the process from our first four artists, Res, Maia Ruth Lee, Nayland Blake and Diamond Stingily.