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How figurative art relates to Christianity and politics — Celeste Dupuy-Spencer depicts white America — Sneak peek of the art fair Frieze Los Angeles — L.A.’s art community vs. its collector base — How do I price my artwork?
Host Lindsay Preston Zappas is joined by Carla contributor, Catherine Wagley to discuss her article from Carla Issue 14 called “Celeste Dupuy-Spencer And Figurative Religion,” which discusses Dupuy-Spencer’s recent show The Chiefest of Ten Thousand at Nino Mier Gallery. We talk about figurative art in Christianity, the subjectivity of figuration, and how Dupuy-Spencer translates her experiences with the political right.
LA at Large
Lindsay is joined by Frieze L.A.’s executive director Bettina Korek, and the Talks and Music curator Hamza Walker. Here, we discuss what to expect from the upcoming art fair, why it’s coming to L.A., and ways they hope the fair engages the art community in Los Angeles.
Lindsay continues the conversation with Sam Parker (Parker Gallery) to answer a listener submitted question about how to artists price their work.
How figurative art relates to Christianity and politics — Celeste Dupuy-Spencer depicts white America — Sneak peak of the art fair Frieze Los Angeles — L.A.'s art community vs. its collector base — How do I price my artwork?