Duane Michals moves beyond representation and reproduction in his photography, and instead “writes” with his art. Michal’s show The Painted Photograph opens March 21 at DC Moore Gallery.
Two photographs, Caroline Ellen and Adelle Lutz, by David Seidner. This article is only available in print.
David Seidner describes the spatially-aware sculptures of Jene Highstein as “awesome yet inviting somehow: shapes that beckon to caress, that speak of intimacy, be they the size of a fist, or a ten ton piece of polished black granite.”
Novelist, translator and editor Paul Bowles tells David Seidner about his literary career and life, spanning the greater part of the 20th century: working with Tennessee Williams, moments with Gertrude Stein, and a distaste for Wagner.
Profile and portfolio of Mats Gustavson by David Seidner. This article is only available in print.
Balenciaga shoot by David Seidner with model Tina Chow—from the Artists Choose Designers portfolio, where nine New York artists interpret the work of nine fashion designers. This article is only available in print.
An introduction by David Seidner to a portfolio on Gaultier. The portfolio includes images conceived and executed by the designer and a portrait by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. This article is only available in print.
Fashion icon Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn discusses her long artistic career as a dancer, model, photographer, designer, and sculptor.
Two photographs for Yves Saint Laurent by David Seidner. This article is only available in print.
Photographer David Seidner describes radical abstract artist Sonia Delaunay as “the modern earth goddess.” In the last interview before her death at 93, she relates first-hand experiences from the galleries and salons of early 20th century France.
“478” is a short story of legacy, color, and the creation of the Greek gods and the planets by David Seidner accompanied by 12 of his photographs. This article is only available in print.
The prolific Joan Tewkesbury (best known for writing the screenplays for Nashville and Thieves Like Us), and David Seidner, engage in a pre-dinner chat about her varied career as a dancer, writer, and director.
Photographer David Seidner talks to the master of sculpture, Richard Serra, whose work continues to be honored and comprehensively exhibited throughout the decades. Two of his sculptures will be on view at the Gagosian Gallery on Chelsea 10/27–12/23.