Patricia Cronin on Making Art History

Studio International
April 13, 2017

This is one of the twelve large-scale projects that Eric Shiner, vice president of contemporary art at Sotheby’s curated for the fair’s new Platform section. Picture the intensity of immersive multi-media room-sized installations by male artists such as Jason Rhodes or Paul McCarthy…but with a female perspective. This free-standing wood replica of an essential space within a horse barn is filled with real-life evidence of the artist’s personal passion for horses. Her own horse paintings and small cast bronze horse sculptures are embedded in the display of sexually suggestive leather saddles, bridles, whips and suede chaps, images of horse-crazy girls, pages from Playboy and Stud magazine’s “Breed of the Month” centerfolds. Cronin’s reprise of the immersive environment she exhibited 20 years ago sparks this conversation about feminist issues, politics, and the artist’s resolve to represent untold stories about women.


 

A Conversation on Tack Whack and Quack

The Armory Show
March 4, 2017

Moderated by Eric Shiner Senior Vice President of Contemporary Art, Sotheby’s, this segment features a panel discussion with participants Patricia Cronin, Artist, New York; Maura Reilly, Executive Director, National Academy, New York; Shahzia Sikander, Artist, New York


 

Patricia Cronin, Yale Norfolk Art'85

Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art
June 27 2016


 

A Silent Protest Can Be Quite Powerful

Studio International
June 23, 2015




Artist Talk : All Is Not Lost

victoria and albert museum, london, uk
hichhauser auditorium, sackler centre
october 16, 2012

New York conceptual artist Patricia Cronin talks about her work, which critiques issues of sexuality, gender and class through the reinvention of traditional art forms. A discussion and Q&A session led by Amy Mechowski, Assistant Curator of Sculpture, focuses on the ways in which Patricia's work relates to objects in the V&A collections.

 


Patricia Cronin: A Perfect Affection

30 minutes documentary on the artist's work
the gallery channel, hdtv
produced by lovett productions 2004