Susan Graham                                                      
  Sculpture       Photography      Installation

EXHIBITIONS / CV

NEWS

PRESS

VIDEO CLIPS

CONTACT INFORMATION


WORKS                        

LUX ART INSTITUTE

NEW GARDENS

DISASTER FOLLOWED...

INSOMNIA


DAD'S GUN COLLECTION

BEAUTIFUL OHIO

DRIFT SUPER-8


A UNIVERSE WITHOUT...


EDITIONS

PUBLIC WORKS

WORLD TRADE CENTER









  

April 21, 2011

This Week: Must-See Arts in the City

http://culture.wnyc.org/blogs/gallerina/2011/apr/21/datebook-april-21/

Susan Graham: New Gardens at Schroeder Romero & Shredder in Chelsea Industrial objects such as lawnmowers and cell phone towers get a thorough reinvention at the hands of this Ohio-born artist, who turns these mechanical, all-too-human products into delicate objects crafted out of sugar and porcelain toile. Her objects have a surreal lacy-crafty feel — like nothing you’d ever see at grandma’s house. Through May 14, in Manhattan.


 

"Susan Graham residency at Lux has memorable outcome"

Written by James Chute, U-T San Diego, October 12, 2012

"An Interview with Susan Graham"

Robin Tung, DAILYSERVING, October 12, 2012

"Susan Graham: Artist Uses Porcelain, Sugar to Make Industrial Goods Seem Dainty"

Lillian Cox, EncinitasPatch, October 12, 2012

"Dark and Light Combine in Brooklyn Sculptor’s Work at Lux"

by Patricia Morris Buckley, North County Times, October 2, 2012

"Sweet and Scary at Lux Art Institute"

by James Chute, U-T San Diego, October 2, 2012

"When Bad is Good: Creativity and the Downturn"

by Claire Lieberman, Art Experience NYC, September 5, 2011

"This Week: Must-See Arts in the City"

Carolina A. Miranda, WNYC.org, April 21, 2011


"Brooklyn Local"

by Emily Nathan, Artnet.com, January 2011

"Sweet Seduction in Varied Forms"

by John Goodrich, New York Sun, August 2, 2007


"Dateline Brooklyn-A Stereoscpoic Vision"

by Stephen Maine, Artnet.com, August, 2004

"ART/ARCHITECTURE; Power and Glory in Sisterhood"

 by Edward M. Gomez, New York Times, October 13, 2002

"Sci-Fi and Gardens"

  by William Powhida, The Brooklyn Rail, Autumn 2002

"The Aesthetic Bounty of Night and Day"

 by Helen A. Harrison, New York Times,  August 19, 2001