Other Recent Work
Elliott Earls releases a new 22″ x 30″ limited edition 3 spot color screen print. Printed on Rives BFK 250gsm 100% cotton archival heavy weight paper. Signed and numbered by the artist the print is available for a limited time through www.minislimited.com and ships rolled in cardboard box with glassine sheet. This print is limited to an edition of 20 signed and numbered copies. […]
The first exhibition in the newly renovated and expanded Cranbrook Art Museum explores Cranbrook’s continued influence in the world of contemporary art and design. No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection Opened November 11, 2011. The images above are from my installation for the exhibition. The exhibition paired the work of 50 leading […]
I was pleased to see my installation at the University of Akron prominently featured in the local newspaper, only to read that Mark Amerika had made it. Should I demand a retraction?
Is there a necessary correlation between “sweat equity” (labor) and the way a work of art/design is perceived? What’s the relationship between time and the quality of a work? In what ways are direct forms of visual art and design problematic? Must work show evidence of “difficulty” of manufacture in its’ final form? In this episode […]
The trope of the starving artist is so thoroughly embedded in our cultural imagination that it is nearly impossible to see today’s art and design markets clearly. Reject the idea that you can’t be economically self-sufficient as a cultural producer. In this episode Elliott Earls discusses a few very specific strategies to help you create […]
Comic Relief: Elliott Earls, Diana Thorneycroft, Michael Scoggins June 7 – August 8 Group Exhibition As an independent artist and as an Artist-in-Residence at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Elliott Earls has worked hard to engage issues of power, desire and commerce. His work is focused on the relationships between power, technology and media. Beginning in […]