Posts Tagged ‘Taylor Renee Aldridge’

Things to Be Thankful For

Agnes Denes. Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill (view with Statue of Liberty across the Hudson), 1982.

Here at DS, we’re grateful for our many readers and supporters around the world. We thank our hard-working writers, editors, and admin staff. And we’re indebted to a fantastic community of our colleagues—among them the ten arts workers who today share their current sources of inspiration, energy, and hope. Taylor Renee Aldridge Co-founder of ARTS.BLACK, a journal for art criticism from Black perspectives Writer adrienne[…..]

In Conversation with Artist Tiff Massey

Tiff Massey. Facet, 2013. Courtesy of the Library Street Collective.

Today, from our new friends at Arts.Black, we bring you an interview with Detroit-based metalsmith artist Tiff Massey by Taylor Renee Aldridge. They discussed “socio-politics in Detroit, ’80s bling, and Massey’s rigorous art practice.”  Massey speaks of symbolism and color in her work, explaining “I keep going back and forth to the use of the mirror, the cameo, this oval shape [points to massive rings[…..]