Frequencies Project, etc.
Fall is finally in the air and I wanted to reach out and share with you some happy news. One of my photographs “St. Moira’s Candle IV” is featured online … Continue reading
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
My Drawing at MoMA. HA!
So I love going to the MoMA, in fact I was there today admiring an Albert Oehlen painting. A few months ago I had lunch in their cafe and did … Continue reading
A conversation with Steve DeFrank
Originally written for ArtCal.net; the following is a conversation between artists Steve DeFrank and Andrew Cornell Robinson. The conversation took place in DeFrank’s Brooklyn studio on Tuesday 16 September 2008. … Continue reading
“algo más…”. an interview with Colour Me In
Recently the folks from Colour Me In, a culture blog based in Mexico City came to visit me at the studio.
Studio Visit up at the Edward F. Albee Foundation.
Check out this interview I did with Ogilvy while I was up at the Edward Albee Foundation. Learn more online at <a href=”http://www.acrstudio.com” target=”_blank”>acrStudio.com</a>
Alex Da Corte – I Attach Myself To You
Artist Alex Da Corte’s current body of photographs and sculptural installation examines the evidence of power dynamics in human relationships. His work deals with appearances and intimacy and the potency … Continue reading
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
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
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