Lien Truong visited by Maria Britton September 20, 2018 in Maria Britton, East Lien Truong and I met a few years ago during an opening for her solo show at The Carrack in Durham, NC. We share a common interest in everything about fabric, from the history of textiles to the physical qualities of fabric. […]

Posted on 28 September 2019. by David M. Roth Jacqueline Surdell, Naturally Nasty Goes Dark, 2018, rope, metal, acrylic, 72 x 120 inches   Crafted Illusions, a three-woman show encompassing painting, ceramics and fiber, points to the ongoing tug-o-war between craft and art.  It begs, for the umpteenth time, the question of where one ends […]

PSG is pleased to announce our participation in Art Toronto 2019 Linda Sormin – ceramic sculpture Cornelia Schulz – painting Jacqueline Surdell – tapestry Ramekon O’Arwisters – textile sculpture DATES & LOCATION October 25 – 27, 2019 Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building 255 Front Street West, Toronto Public Hours Friday, October 25, 2019: 12:00 – 8:00PM […]

    Exhibition Dates: September 7 – October 19, 2019 Crafted Illusions: Victoria Jang ∙ Jacqueline Surdell ∙ Lien Truong Reception: Saturday, September 7th,  4 to 6:30 pm   EVENT:  Saturday, September 7th at 3pm. Please join us for a conversation with Lien Truong, Jacqueline Surdell & Victoria Jang, moderated by Gail Wight. Gail Wight is Associate Professor in the Department of Art […]

Chicago reflects on bloody 1919 race riots, seeking direction from the past At multiple events Saturday for the 100th anniversary of the start of the riots, the city reflected on the dark chapter of its history and the legacy of the riots today. By Nader Issa@NaderDIssa Jul 27, 2019, 4:10pm CDT   Two people hold […]

1919 race riots: the seminal Chicago event that many know almost nothing about Saturday marks 100 years since black teenager Eugene Williams was killed by a white man at 29th Street Beach, an attack that started Chicago’s race riots. By Nader Issa@NaderDIssa  Jul 26, 2019, 7:29pm CDT   A wreath lies in front of a site commemorating […]

“Red Summer Road Trip”: Jefferson Pinder Interprets the Violence of 1919 JULY 22, 2019 AT 11:00 AM BY HOLLY WARREN Jefferson Pinder, “Sonic Boom,” performed at Halcyon’s By The People festival (2018)/Photo: Chris Ferenzi for By The People 2018. July 27, 1919: 29th Street Beach in Chicago. Eugene Williams, floating across an invisible border separating the black and white […]

Jefferson Pinder: Fire and Movement July 11, 2019 “Jefferson Pinder’s Fire and Movement takes its inspiration from the 1917 Camp Logan Uprising, also referred to as ‘the Houston Riot’ or ‘Camp Logan Mutiny.’ Fire and Movement will take place on July 11, 2019 beginning at 7:00 pm, featuring Pinder and a group of performers who […]

LOCAL // HOUSTON Theater group uses Houston streets as a stage to recall Camp Logan Uprising Molly Glentzer July 11, 2019 Updated: July 11, 2019 9:24 p.m.   1of11Jefferson Pinder (with Lionz of Zion) in his 2015 performance event “Dark Matter” in Washington, DC. Pinder will perform a new, site-specific piece inspired by Houston’s 1917 Camp Logan Uprising on Thursday, […]

July/August 2019 vol. 38, no.4 by Susan Krane   Gail Wight’s cavernous studio on the Stanford University campus had never looked as curious as it did when I last visited. Dozens of abalone shells huddled on the worktable. Foaming waves curled down banners that hung from ceiling to floor. An entire wall was taken over by […]