Selections from In Search of the Truth: The Truth Booth by artists and members of Cause Collective: Hank Willis Thomas, Jim Ricks and Ryan Alexiev.
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Photographer Andy Freeberg on capturing the comical ironies of art fairs, the fashion choices of the female guards in Russian museums, and the heads of white cube receptionists in Chelsea.
Renee Gladman and Amina Cain on lingering with a moment, operating in the dark, and moving through membranes.
Kate Zambreno and S. D. Chrostowska discuss Permission, the vagaries of readership and publicity, rag-bags, and the transgressive novel as essay, commodity, and monster.
Yayoi Kusama’s I Who Have Arrived in Heaven is at David Zwirner through December 21.
Filipino filmmaker John Torres discusses his embrace of being an outsider, the fight for an audience, and how a mishearing became his latest feature film Lukas the Strange.
Elisa Ambrogio, Pete Nolan, and John Shaw of Magik Markers on songwriting, the ideal live venue, and their incredible new album Surrender to the Fantasy.
David Antonio Cruz talks about his journey from performance to painting and his new opera, TAKEABITE.
Upon the release of her new album, Loud City Song, the singer and composer on her interests in the poetry of Frank O’Hara, the operas of Robert Ashley, and Colette’s novella Gigi.
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