As the weather warms up, Charles Giuliano has made himself a busy man. In the past month he has put together several great interviews. Sculptor Peter Reginato talks about his latest show; Sophia Ainslie about her show in Essex; and Arthur Dion about the history of art on Newbury Street. Click a link below to read his reports.
|IN THE STUDIO WITH SCULPTOR PETER REGINATO
“You can’t paint an illusion convincingly but if you make a sculpture it sits in space automatically.”
|BEER AND BURGERS WITH SOUTH AFRICAN SCULPTOR SOPHIA AINSLIE
“I began new works and wanted to get off the wall. To get away from paint and canvas and brushes. In South Africa everything is recycled. Houses are made out of found materials. If the TV breaks you fix it. My family has the same TV from the 1970s. In SA you have your shoes repaired. Recycling is a business. Everything is a collage.”
|BEER AND BURGERS WITH BOSTON GALLERIST AURTHUR DION
“We had a stance. The tide has gone in our direction. It would be hard to find a respected person who would not agree that there are fabulous artists in our midst. This is a golden age for Boston artists.”