Walter Robinson: the artist and former editor-in-chief of ArtNet Magazine talks about: being an artist in the East Village scene of the 80s; what it’s like being an art critic, including the responsibilities of an art critic/journalist vs. being an artist; selling off some of his own collection; and his own work over the years, including his successful show this past spring at LynchTham gallery on the Lower East Side.

Tom Muller on: having a studio visit in which a dealer told him he wasn’t properly branded for his type of work; growing up in South Africa, Switzerland, and Seattle; managing time as an artist with a kid; and showing outside of L.A., including Denver and D.C.

The Conversation 3-Way, Episode 2, Part 2, with Robyn O’Neil, Ed Schad, and Michael Shaw

he 2nd half of Michael Shaw’s conversation with past guest Robyn O’Neil and art writer and curator Ed Schad:
Topic 3- on the art reviewer and the art reviewee;
and inspired television recommendations with art-worthy slants.

For Episode 2, part 2, we discussed:

Being reviewed as an artist; reviewing as a writer; and-

intriguing television recommendations:

Ed: The Cosby Show  Robyn: Errol Morris’s First Person and On Cinema Michael: Starved

Cole Case, Los Angeles-based painter, on: being a political cartoonist in his adolescence/young adulthood; the challenges of transitioning into fine art; going back to (art) school at 35 (and subsequently leaving his job and ending his marriage); and surviving through some eviscerating art critiques, from Tim Ebner and Fred Fehlau, among others. Dealer Deb Klowden Mann co-hosts.