Browsing: AS220

Feature photo: Alyssa Coffin
See It Before It’s Gone: Allison Paschke at AS220

Providence artist Allison Paschke can be disobedient in museums. Sometimes, she’ll find a sculpture or object irresistible, and smooth her hand carefully over its surface. In her latest exhibit at AS220 Project Space, Paschke extends this “mischievous glee” to her…

Feature Anna Shapiro
Review: Anna Shapiro at AS220

Pregnancy and parenting can create serious changes to an artist’s process. As installation maestro Sarah Sze elaborated on a 2012 exhibit in London: “The pieces in this show appear to measure space, or time, and now that I have two…

Interviews May Babcock, Collier Point Study #2, 22″ x 42″, Paper Pulptype, 2014.
An Interview with May Babcock at AS220

May Babcock’s recent show at AS220 featured several new works by the mixed media artist who recently relocated to Providence, RI, after living in Baton Rouge, LA, where she attended the MFA program at Louisiana State University. Babcock was and…

Magazine Andrea Lynn Santos, Asylum installation view. Photo courtesy of GRIN
Review: Asylum at GRIN

Andrea Lynn Santos’ work evokes the spareness of this time of year, as leaves fall to the ground, windows are shut tight, and the sky is emptied of birds. As in the collograph print, My Bed, My Burden, it speaks…

Articles Joshua Deaner, from from A town without pigeons., archival inkjet print, 2009.

By NISHA MAXWELL Joshua Deaner’s a town without pigeons. confronts the capitalist, linear escapism that the Western psyche cultivates. Deaner claims to “look for moments when landscapes reflect the inner working of the psyche. “ He does exactly that with…