Gary Lichtenstein: Printing as Artistic Collaboration
J. Scott Orr introduces you to Gary Lichtenstein, a printmaker who turns the process of making prints into a collaborative partnership between the artist and the printer.
Cey Adams: A 40-year Hip-Hop Journey From the Street to the Smithsonian
During his 40-year career, NYC artist Cey Adams has been a street artist, creative director of the genre-defining hip-hop label Def Jam Recordings, an interpreter of iconic American corporate brand logos, and a contributor to the Smithsonian Institution among other things. On the eve of his first solo retrospective show in Boston, he talks about his career in an exclusive interview with UP Magazine.