Archive: Peggy Guggenheim//Art Addict

The Guggenheim family name is closely tied with the history of modern art starting with Solomon Guggenheim, founder of the New York museum of the same name. However, I’d like to focus on his niece, Margaret “Peggy” Guggenheim for this Women’s History month edition of FabArts. Most of what there is to read about Peggy, … Continue reading Archive: Peggy Guggenheim//Art Addict

Archive: Alma Thomas

It’s that time again where we reach back into our collective history and highlight the influence and accomplishments of Black Americans. This time around I’d like to focus on the woman who, for all her accolades, is sorely underreported on; Alma Woodsey Thomas. I first came upon Thomas’s work in an article discussing the art … Continue reading Archive: Alma Thomas

Archive: The Menil Collection

Labor day may be the unofficial end of the season but the heat and sunshine are still going strong in California. How did you spend your summer, readers? In July I took a break from sweating in my apartment to sweat in a new and exciting but still center-of-the-sun-degrees location: Houston, Texas. As soon as … Continue reading Archive: The Menil Collection

Archive: Outsider// The Life and Work of Judith Scott

August 16th marks the closing of Self Taught Genius; a collection of over a hundred works  currently resting at the Mingei International Museum in San Diego. The exhibition will soon move on to Texas, Louisiana, Missouri and Florida before returning home to the American Folk Art Museum in New York City. In an effort to … Continue reading Archive: Outsider// The Life and Work of Judith Scott

Archive: Nick Cave Takes Detroit

Motown,The Motor City, Hitsville USA, lots of things come to mind when you mention Detroit. This time last year the city made headlines when it declared bankruptcy (it’s been the largest municipality to do so in US history). News since then has been of dwindling population, declining property values, increased crime rates, a water scandal, … Continue reading Archive: Nick Cave Takes Detroit

Archive: Gender By Numbers

If you haven’t picked up the current edition of ArtNews magazine, consider this my wholehearted endorsement. June is the women’s issue and though some may disagree, I think its focus is necessary, refreshing and really well done. Features this month include a look at Yoko Ono’s art world (x), the “Black Sheep Feminists” of the … Continue reading Archive: Gender By Numbers

Archive: Spotlight// Neely Johnson

This month’s FabArt profile focuses on Virginia born photographer Neely Johnson. Johnson is a graduate of Radford University and the Pratt Institute, she now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.  Earlier this year, Neely answered our call for submissions of work approaching family structure and relationships, with these intimate and subtly cinematic portraits and … Continue reading Archive: Spotlight// Neely Johnson