Brian Booth Craig appears as the featured guest of sculptor Jason Arkles on the The Sculptor’s Funeral podcast. Arkles summarizes the podcast:
Brian Booth Craig talks a lot. Usually this is not a problem, I can edit an interview into a snappy hour long episode - but it's just that what Brian says is so interesting and engaging, I can't help but make another episode from all the off-topic conversation I had with him. Listen in and find out why I think he's one of the most thoughtful and perceptive figurative sculptors we have around these days.
This video features an installation view of Brian Booth Craig's sculpture Executioner in the exhibition Hyperrealist Sculpture 1973-2016 at the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao in Bilbao, Spain. The exhibition, an in-depth survey of human figuration spanning over fifty years of the hyperrealism movement, runs through September 26, 2016.
Brian Booth Craig appeared recently as the featured guest of painters contemporary painters Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff on their Suggested Donation podcast. To listen to the interview on the April 6 episode, visit the Suggested Donation web site or the podcast entry on iTunes.
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Brian Booth Craig appears as the featured guest of sculptor Jason Arkles on the April 4 edition of The Sculptor’s Funeral podcast. Arkles summarizes the podcast:
Today’s interview on the Sculptor’s Funeral has me talking with Brian Booth Craig, one of the leading figurative sculptors of the day. We discuss Craig’s unique education and work experience, which led on the path toward producing some of the most original and thought-provoking work in a genre awash in repetitive banality - the female nude.