The new book Occupation takes a broad look at the practice of Allied Works Architecture and their principal Brad Cloepfil. He spoke to Stuart Horodner in BOMB’s Spring 2005 issue.
Stuart Horodner on the stunningly detailed works of sculptor Jim Hodges and his adherence to the “art of dedication.”
Janine Antoni has a show at Luhring Augustine starting 9/12. Stuart Horodner joins Antoni to test the limits of significance, of lard, chocolate and polysomnograph machines in this 1999 interview.
This Editor’s Choice contains Stuart Horodner’s review of Blind Handshake, a compilation of David Humphrey’s writings about art alongside reproductions by more than 100 artists.
Jessica Jackson Hutchins’s sculptures reference the human body in all of its dumb charm and joyful habits. With Horodner she reflects on Levinas, contingency and Chinese scholar’s rocks.
A new book, Beyond Process, by Susan Richmond, examines the “specific objects” and artistic antics of Lynda Benglis, whose complexity and risk-taking defied convention.