Washington Project for the Arts and Art Museum of the Americas Announce The Ripple Effect: Currents of Socially Engaged Art. “The works featured in The Ripple Effect exemplify how socially engaged art can be ambitious, innovative, humorous, and self-reflexive. Although the pieces may be infused with utopian ideas, the actions they provoke are real and [...]
Washington Project for the Arts and AMA | Art Museum of the Americas Announce The Ripple Effect: Currents of Socially Engaged Art
Just stumbled into some old press mentions about Ghana ThinkTank in the Hong Kong/ Shenzen Biennial: Art in America Magazine: Heading up the Biennial Department: Q+A With Terence Riley. “Architecture exhibitions can be a slog for the non-architect. This one tries to be as communicative and visually beguiling as possible. Ghana ThinkTank, founded in 2006, [...]
Courtesy Art in Odd Places: The work of Ghana ThinkTank. via Guerilla Art Fair: Art in Odd Places Returns to 14th Street – The Local East Village Blog – NYTimes.com.
Ghana ThinkTank mention in ARTNews: It’s Not Just a Museum, It’s a Think Tank .
Judgment Day in Queens: Five Artists Present Ideas for the Borough’s Next Public Project ‘Meanwhile, John Ewing on behalf of himself, Christopher Robbins and Carmen Montoya offered the Ghana Think Tank. “We collect problems in the ‘first’ world” and send them to think tanks we form in Ghana, Cuba, Iran, El Salvador and Mexico,” explained [...]
A funny little review of Ghana Think Tank and WPA 2010 from REPUBLIC Worldwide, Avery Billingsworth III of The Chelsea Beat and Free Booze Review: Just across the room in what looks like a post apocalyptic plywood Winnebago, Christopher Robbins, John Ewing, and Carmen Montoya have created Ghana Think Tank. Here is a unique idea [...]
A little press from the Westport Minuteman and WestportNow.com on the Optimism show.
Us at the Art Farm were also interviewed at Nebraska NPR’s Friday Live show. My interview was mostly about the Journey to the Earth. You can listen to an .mp3 of the show here. Our segment is the last one, and I haven’t heard it yet, so not sure if it is cringe-worthy just yet.