Fishko Files Fine Art
Friday, December 09, 2011
Cultures the world over have long recognized the power of individuality in the creation of art.. But when the individual artist is threatened, can there can be creative power in groups? WNYC’s Sara Fishko explores the world of “Tunisian Collaborative Painting” –in this edition of Fishko Files
Friday, October 01, 2010
New York played a central role in the development of abstract art after World War II. As the Museum of Modern Art prepares for the opening of its biggest-ever show of abstract expressionism, WNYC’s Sara Fishko talks to a couple of post-War New York painters, in this edition of the Fishko Files.
Friday, August 06, 2010
For the remaining weeks of the summer and into September, you can see the exhibit “Andy Warhol: The Last Decade” at the Brooklyn Museum.
Even now, nearly 25 years after his death, Warhol’s image is rarely out of the public eye. And as WNYC’s Sara Fishko tells us, that was the artist’s lifelong dream. Here is the next Fishko Files...
Friday, February 02, 2007
As the New York culture scene for ’07 gets underway, some of last year’s exhibits are ending their runs. WNYC’s Sara Fishko says two of the more interesting ones, closing soon, use portraits to reveal something larger than the pictures themselves.
“Glitter and Doom, German Portraits from ...
Friday, January 19, 2007
A genuine New York spectacle called 'Sleepwalkers' opened this week at the Museum of Modern Art. The multi-screen, outdoor movie can be seen from various spots in midtown Manhattan -- and it has WNYC's Sara Fishko considering the role of 'accident' in our appreciation of artworks. Here is the next ...
Friday, March 28, 2003
The Museum of Modern Art show "Matisse Picasse" opened last month and runs through May 19. The exhibition shows the influence and the opposition of these two star-artists. The were friends, colleagues - and rivals. The show left Sara Fishko wondering about other examples...here is today's Fishko Files...
Friday, March 15, 2002
The recent TV documentary "9/11" raised questions in some people's minds as to whether there were images that might be just too painful to look at. Sara Fishko reports that similar questions are being raised, now, by a show at the Jewish Museum about the holocaust. Here is the next ...