Articles and Reviews

Burnaway
Art Review :
Subjectivity and Subconscious Slippage: Caitlin Hurd at Florida Mining Gallery

by Lily Kuonen / June 12, 2015
Daniel A. Brown "CAITLIN HURD AND THE WANDERING MIND
Brooklyn-based artist captures dream-like memories between moments" Folio Weekly, Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 10:35 am, Arts
Hi Fructose,
"Caitlin Hurd’s Dreamy, Contemplative Paintings"
by Victoria Casal-DataPosted on March 20, 2014
Interview with Courtney Jordan from Artist Daily
Randy Kennedy, "The Wassaic Project - Elevator for Grain Reinvented for Art". New York Times, July 28, 2009, Arts and Design
"Begging for Urban Decay" New York Post, September 4, 2009, Opinion/ editorials.
Books and Catalogues

Margaret McCann, "The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture" Skira Rizzoli (September 23, 2014)

THE FIGURE features outstanding examples of contemporary figurative art by leading and established artists -- Jenny Saville, Eric Fischl, Will Cotton, Jerome Witkin, Hilary Harkness, Mark Greenwold, Eric White, Margaret Bowland and others -- alongside emerging talents. Topical essays by distinguished critics, painters and sculptors -- Donald Kuspit, Irving Sandler, Vincent Desiderio, Alexi Worth, David Ebony, Julie Heffernan, Judy Fox, Kurt Kauper, Laurie Hogin, Robert Taplin, and others -- along with "artist methodologies" by Trenton Doyle Hancock, Richard Phillips, Rona Pondick, Steven Assael, F. Scott Hess, Alex Kanevsky, Alyssa Monks, Steve Mumford, Scott Noel, Natalie Frank, Anne Harris, Andrew Raftery, Nicola Verlato, Steve Mumford, Edgar Jerins and others, provide diverse historical contexts for the volume's nearly 170 artworks. The evolution of techniques -- from classical cast drawing, perspective, and the camera obscura to the use of photography, Photoshop, and 3D-modeling -- and changing cultural conditions from antiquity to cyberspace are examined, and the use of old and new techniques in contemporary figurative art described. Underscoring the art of the figure's enduring appeal and the pedagogy of the New York Academy of Art, THE FIGURE is essential to anyone interested in both tradition and progress in figure-based art, from students to professionals and collectors.
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