V. Black Male Podcast

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Sinopse

The Very Black Male is a podcast based out of Houston, created and hosted by Ashura Bayyan. Its aim is to explore the nuances of creativity and genuinely engage with the intellectual communities within arts and academia. This podcast will serve as capsule of ideas and issues in and around the Black Male experience, while archiving the stories of working artist.Produced by Lovelady Texas and distributed by the U.S. Gallery Network.Its name is drawn from an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1994-95. "Black male: representations of masculinity in contemporary American art"

Episódios

  • Patience, Practice & Collaboration: The Art of Art-making with Bert Samples

    03/03/2018 Duração: 01h02min

    Bert Samples, a celebrated and respected visual artist, is interviewed by A.B. Lovelady at the Station Museum in Houston, Texas. Thumbnail Image: "The Palimpsest", by Kermit Oliver 2016. The image is a head and shoulders portrait painting of Bert Samples. http://www.hooksepsteingalleries.com/artists/thb_oliver.shtml

  • Jamal Cyrus

    21/01/2018 Duração: 38min

    Jamal Cyrus, a visual and performance artist, is interviewed by A.B. Lovelady at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. Thumbnail Image: "Texas Fried Tenor" by Jamal Cyrus. http://www.inmangallery.com/artists/cyrus_jamal/bio.html

  • Midtown is the new Rice Village.

    22/11/2016 Duração: 07min

    News from Lovelady Texas, a town frequently visited by the V.Black Male and his friends. A.B. visits Alfredas Soul Food Kitchen, and rides past a free Clinic.

  • A Piece of Robert Pruitt Pt.2

    21/08/2016 Duração: 53min

    In episode four of Very Black Male, A.B.Lovelady tries to understand the life and artistic development of Houston artist Robert Pruitt. Thumbnail Image: "Two-Sisters" by Robert Pruitt. www.robert-pruitt.com The Very Black Male is a podcast based out of Houston, created and hosted by Ashura Bayyan. Its aim is to explore the nuances of creativity and genuinely engage with the intellectual communities within arts and academia. This podcast will serve as capsule of ideas and issues in and around the Black Male experience, while archiving the stories of working artist. Produced by Lovelady Texas and distributed by the U.S. Gallery Network. Its name is drawn from an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1994-95. "Black male: representations of masculinity in contemporary American art"

  • A Piece of Robert Pruitt Pt.1

    04/08/2016 Duração: 34min

    In episode four of Very Black Male, A.B.Lovelady tries to understand the life and artistic development of Houston artist Robert Pruitt. Thumbnail Image: "Superbad Garveyite" by Robert Pruitt. http://www.robert-pruitt.com The Very Black Male is a podcast based out of Houston, created and hosted by Ashura Bayyan. Its aim is to explore the nuances of creativity and genuinely engage with the intellectual communities within arts and academia. This podcast will serve as capsule of ideas and issues in and around the Black Male experience, while archiving the stories of working artist. Produced by Lovelady Texas and distributed by the U.S. Gallery Network. Its name is drawn from an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1994-95. "Black male: representations of masculinity in contemporary American art"

  • Andy Campbell + Michael McFadden: The Function Of Art Criticism Pt. 2

    07/04/2016 Duração: 26min

    This is Part Two of our interview with Andy Campbell and Michael McFadden. In Part One we discussed the needs of emerging writers. In Part Two we continue the conversation, discussing how Andy and Michael made moves in they careers, the importance of an editor-writer relationship, as well as the current state of the writing business. The Very Black Male is a podcast based out of Houston, created and hosted by Ashura Bayyan. Its aim is to explore the nuances of creativity and genuinely engage with the intellectual communities within arts and academia. This podcast will serve as capsule of ideas and issues in and around the Black Male experience, while archiving the stories of working artist. Produced by Lovelady Texas and distributed by the U.S. Gallery Network. Its name is drawn from an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1994-95. "Black male: representations of masculinity in contemporary American art"

  • Andy Campbell + Michael McFadden: The Function Of Art Criticism Pt. 1

    27/03/2016 Duração: 32min

    This episode is Part One of a series on the function of criticism. We talk about the needs of emerging writers, different approaches to describing art histories, curatorial/writing labor models, and a number of other topics which are sure to please your greedy little hearts. The goal of this series is to encourage more arts criticism and creative writing by exploring different methods and road blocks. The Very Black Male is a podcast based out of Houston, created and hosted by Ashura Bayyan. Its aim is to explore the nuances of creativity and genuinely engage with the intellectual communities within arts and academia. This podcast will serve as capsule of ideas and issues in and around the Black Male experience, while archiving the stories of working artist. Produced by Lovelady Texas and distributed by the U.S. Gallery Network. Its name is drawn from an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1994-95. "Black male: representations of masculinity in contemporary American art"

  • Phillip Pyle Pt. 2

    08/02/2016 Duração: 18min

    Phillip Pyle Talks about his introduction to other Houston artist, the importance of building a network, his artistic thought process, art pricing and advice for young artist.

  • Phillip Pyle Pt.1

    21/01/2016 Duração: 21min

    Phillip Pyle, a multimedia visual artist, is interviewed by A.B. Lovelady at the Houston Forward Times Newspaper in Houston, Texas. http://phillippylethesecond.com

  • Tomashi Jackson Pt.2

    13/01/2016 Duração: 28min

    Tomashi Jackson, a visual artist and second year graduate student at the Yale School of Art, is interviewed by A.B. Lovelady at Project Row House in Houston, Texas.

  • Tomashi Jackson Pt.1

    06/01/2016 Duração: 26min

    Tomashi Jackson, a visual artist and second year graduate student at the Yale School of Art, is interviewed by A.B. Lovelady at Project Row House in Houston, Texas.