Saturday, December 26, 2020
Sunday, December 13, 2020
My Victoria Splashed (BLM) displayed until end of December 2020 at Williamsburg Art and Historical Center (WAH)'s Lockdown Show
My TR Splashed displayed on Atlantic Ave (Brooklyn) in November and at Ethan Cohen KUBE Gallery (Beacon) 'Darkness before Dawn' until end of January, 2021!
Friday, September 11, 2020
Howard Skrill explores absence with absurdity in Fairfield University exhibit ‘Monumental Follies, a review of Monumental Follies by Andrea Valluzzo
Txs to Andrea Valluzzo, who interviewed myself and Carey Weber about Monumental Follies for an article published in the Darien Times and other publications on September 9th, 2020
Friday, August 7, 2020
the Executive Director of the Fairfield University Art Museum interviewed me for one/half hour.
Here is the link! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XjgKqGuNVw&t=1388s
Sunday, June 7, 2020
Howard Skrill's 'Monumental Follies' (virtually) at the Fairfield University Art Museum's Bellarmine Galleries
Please visit “Monumental Follies” a virtual exhibition of over thirty works from my art project the Anna Pierrepont Series (howardskrill.blogspot,com) of public monuments, monument removals and absences after removal at the Fairfield University Art Museum’s Bellarmine Galleries, organized by the museum’s Executive Director, Carey Weber and her staff https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/skrill/. Also, please join the audio tour where I explore the many ways that monuments hoist the past’s follies upon an increasingly hostile present.
Sunday, May 3, 2020
In this extraordinary moment, I wish to thank Rachel Kolman and her gifted staff at Rosemont College's Rathalla Review for featuring my fountain girl from the Met as their cover of their absolutely beautiful Spring 2020 issue!
Her remarkable back story is here:
The following works were included in the interior.
Monday, March 30, 2020
Thanks to Mary Bardsley and her staff at Backchannels Journal for featuring five works on paper from the Anna Pierrepont Series with three works included in their Spring 2020 issue
and two works in their summer issue.
Thanks to Mary et.al. for accomplishing this feat despite our moment's remarkable challenges!!!
Thursday, March 12, 2020
I am very excited to announce that my autobiographical pictorial essay ‘Death Wish’ is now live at Slag Glass City: Dispatches.
'Death Wish' recounts my encounter with the actor Charles Bronson in front of my former Upper West Side home during the filming of 1974's 'Death Wish' and the real life consequences of the backlash that the film celebrated and encouraged.
'Death Wish' also contains drawings of the Upper West Side that I created for my art project, the Anna Pierrepont Series.
Thanks to Madeline Happold, Barrie Jean Borich and others at Slag Glass City who rescued ‘Death Wish’ from censorship and aided in its refinement!