Dr. Lisa Levy
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January 3rd, 2011 • Paul H-O
On February 13, 2010, the new GalleryBeat Media talk show, Cooking with GalleryBeat, debuted with author Fred Kaplan, who's recently published his historical nonfiction book "1959, THE YEAR EVERYTHING CHANGED'. Fred is also the Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for Slate.com.
The big question was from me was; why 1959? What is it about that year that Kaplan could make that bold pronouncement? He does more »
July 1st, 2010 • Lisa
Dr. Lisa performs psychoanalysis on Jaclyn Santos at the open call line at White Columns for the Bravo, "Work of Art" show last July, before Jaclyn even was reviewed by Bravo for the show. more »
May 27th, 2010 • Lisa
In this interview at the Luise Ross Gallery on May 1, 2010, Dr. Lisa turns her sights on getting to the bottom of what makes star New Yorker cartoonist, Edward Koren tick. He's complicated but his love of drawing and firefighting are obvious. more »
May 17th, 2010 • Lisa
Dr. Lisa and Samantha Schlaifer sneak into the Shepard Fairey opening at Deitch and get what they came for. Includes interviews with Shepard Fairey, Jeffrey Deitch, and Kim Hastreiter of Paper Magazine.
April 23rd, 2010 • Lisa
Needy artists are instant fodder for Dr. Lisa's psychological curiosity.
April 5th, 2010 • Paul H-O
Come to hipster-shitty Williamsburg to an event that isn't artsy /hipster and not cool! Thus it's un-cool and pissing irony but fun and we just get down on the love for our guests and that is enough ands, and we are doing it because it's our amazing and not-amazing because we're like terrible capitalists. But in a really good venue, Pierogi 2000!
December 19th, 2009 • admin
Before Dr. Lisa was Dr. Lisa, she was Lisa Levy making conceptual art. In this clip from 1997, Lisa Levy shows her work at a Gen Art show to VH1 and A.J. Hammer. Ryan McGuiness and Will Cotton were also in this show. David Ross who was the Director of the Whitney Museum at the time bought some art from Lisa. She still has the same $40 that he handed her that day.