BMG Sessions from Brannan Mason Gallery features conversations with exhibiting artists published prior to each opening, as well as interviews with other key figures inspirational and integral to the gallery's vision.
Buckley - MACRO DYNAMICS, October 201903/10/2019 Duração: 29min
Welcome to The Sessions from PARISTEXASLA—On this episode we talk to Buckley ahead of her solo exhibition MACRO DYNAMICS.
MACRO DYNAMICS Guided Tour03/10/2019 Duração: 09min
A very special guided tour of MACRO DYNAMICS narrated by Buckley.
Behzad Jamshidi - MOOSH16/06/2019 Duração: 25min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—Today we talk to chef Behzad Jamshidi of MOOSH (mooshnyc.com) about his dinner at the gallery, integrity in the culinary world, being from Iran, and what’s next for him in LA.
Micah Crandall-Bear - ALTUM, May 201907/05/2019 Duração: 32min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—for our fifth episode we speak with American artist Micah Crandall-Bear about collectors in Asia, the gallery-artist relationship, his new chapter, and the upcoming exhibition ALTUM.
S. Sandifer - RANGE, April 201909/04/2019 Duração: 38min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—for our fourth episode we philosophize with gallery partner Sakiya Sandifer about design, growing up in Chicago, getting his start at Kinko’s, and his plans as Creative Director of the gallery’s Design Object program debuting incojunction with the upcoming exhibition RANGE.
Toshy - RANGE, April 201909/04/2019 Duração: 34min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—In our third episode we speak to American artist Toshy about refining his process, bridging the gap between photography and painting, growing up in Santa Barbara, and the upcoming exhibition RANGE.
Etienne Rougery-Herbaut - CORNERSTONE, March 201902/03/2019 Duração: 26min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—for our first episode we talk to French photographer Etienne Rougery-Herbaut about his artistic process, work with the legendary French street artist JR, and the upcoming exhibition CORNERSTONE.
Samdi - CORNERSTONE, March 201901/03/2019 Duração: 29min
Welcome to BMG Sessions—in our second episode we talk to Haitian artist Samdi (Xavier Delatour) about Haiti, his unique style of painting, why he feels like he's from LA, and about the upcoming exhibition CORNERSTONE.