Read short fiction by Catherine Lacey. Word Choice presents fiction and poetry every Friday.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Margarethe von Trotta’s newest film, Hannah Arendt, resonates with the intensity that defines her decades of work. Von Trotta and actress Barbara Sukowa discuss their history together and the role of radical women in Germany.
A newly translated interview with Federico García Lorca by Luis Méndez Domínguez from 1933.
Highstein created sculpture that was “awesome yet inviting somehow: shapes that beckon to caress, that speak of intimacy.” Jene Highstein: Early Works will be at The Clocktower Gallery June 18–August 2nd.
Two New York natives discuss growing up in Brooklyn, the allure of the of the Museum of Natural History, and the perils of the autobiographical question in this instant classic from 2005. Baumbach’s Frances Ha is in theaters now.
Paul McCarthy’s radical approach has not been diluted over a lifetime of factory-like levels of production. His work is currently at Hauser & Wirth in New York City.
Murray and Bartlett reminisce about the New York art world of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Barlett’s show Chaos Theory (1972-2013) is at the Locks Gallery through June 29.
Geo Wyeth discusses his first experience with video in Kitchen Steve Project and examines the relationship between technology and performance.
Marie Lorenz goes against the current with her recent body of work. Her new project The Tide and Current Taxi is ongoing as part of MoMA PS1’s EXPO 1: New York.
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