acrstudio notes

Notes from the Arts + Crafts Research Studio of Andrew Cornell Robinson

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Huff Post Review of Disobedience And Through The Night Softly: Andrew Cornell Robinson And Gregory Green At Anna Kustera

I am pleased to share with you a wonderful review and excerpts from an interview I did with Catherine Spaeth, art critic for the Huffington Post. Disobedience And Through The … Continue reading

December 21, 2011 · Leave a comment

“Through the Night Softly” by Gregory Green at Anna Kustera Gallery

“Through the Night Softly” by Gregory Green at Anna Kustera Gallery, a photo by acrstudio on Flickr. Here is a photo of sculptor Gregory Green standing amidst his work “Through … Continue reading

November 23, 2011 · Leave a comment

High Society I, by Andrew Cornell Robinson

High Society I, class_IMG_1081, a photo by acrstudio on Flickr. Andrew Cornell Robinson & Gregory Green Anna Kustera Gallery 520 West 21st Street, 212-989-0082 Chelsea November 4 – December 23, … Continue reading

November 3, 2011 · Leave a comment

acrstudio’s photostream

acrstudio’s photostream on Flickr.

August 29, 2011 · Leave a comment

Richard Milazzo speaks with David Salle

February 17 David Salle with Richard Milazzo In conversation at the New York Studio School David Salle – Painter; currently represented by Mary Boone Gallery. Richard Milazzo – Critic, curator … Continue reading

February 19, 2009 · Leave a comment

New Work by Andrew Robinson (Acrstudio)

New Work by Andrew Robinson (Arcstudio) Originally uploaded by hragvartanian. Hrag Vartanian mentions my work from his visit to the Bushwick Open Studios 2008. Here is a shot of some … Continue reading

June 12, 2008 · Leave a comment

John Jurayj – Not Here

John Jurayj, a talented young painter, plumbs the landscape of memory in his second solo exhibition at Massimo Audiello. This new body of work includes a series of colorful paintings … Continue reading

November 16, 2007 · Leave a comment

Jim Lee "Altamont"

Space is a simple thing which can be difficult to comprehend and generations of artists through out history have played with space whether it be the spatial illusions of perspective … Continue reading

June 15, 2007 · Leave a comment

Jean-Michel Fauquet – "Kaïros"

According to Carl Jung, scientific experimental inquiry has often resulted in a psychologically biased view of the natural world, which discounts that which cannot be statistically grasped. The perceptions of … Continue reading

May 18, 2007 · Leave a comment

Dylan Graham, The Stars Never Lie, But The Astrologs Lie About The Stars

The art of the cut paper has it’s roots in many traditions including Chinese and Japanese rice tissue silhouettes, German, Aztec and Mexican papel picado (perforated paper) and most famously … Continue reading

April 15, 2007 · Leave a comment


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