Michèle Gerber Klein speaks with enigmatic poet Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, whose new collection, I Love Artists, is just out from the University of California Press.
Pare’s symphonic photographs (on view at MoMA through October in The Lost Vanguard) celebrate the short-lived Russian experiment in modernist architecture and its utopian dream.
Mnemonics are the underlying force in Robert Polidori’s sumptuous photographs. With writer Michèle Gerber Klein, on Versailles, abandoned farms in North Dakota, and more.
Ellen Phelan’s art evokes the experience of her singular vision: a remembrance of things past so firmly rooted in collective longing that no matter the medium she chooses, this longing becomes tangible and observable.
What exactly is music? Michèle Gerber Klein tackles this question in an examination of Tristan Perich and his edgy 1-Bit style, reviewing a performance at the Whitney Museum in February of 2008.
Shapiro, known for his tilting, anthropomorphic sculptures and dense floor pieces, has new work at Craig F. Starr Gallery through March 23.