WEB EXCLUSIVE Christian Haub’s Floats are plexiglass constructions that are looked through as well as at. The artist discusses the place these works have in his long, underrated career.
Web Exclusive Louise Belcourt discusses her new work—and its historical, physical edges—with her longtime friend and correspondent Joanne Greenbaum.
Web Exclusive Jean Pagliuso sits down with artist and ceramicist Toni Ross to discuss Cycladic art, coil pots and Ross’s recent show at Ricco/Maresca.
WEB EXCLUSIVE With the release of Martha Wilson Sourcebook, the artist looks back on her 40-year career and discusses the origins of Franklin Furnace, the flexibility of identity, and the difficulty of staying visible with age.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Michèle Gerber Klein and Maurizio Cattelan “read” his new magazine Toilet Paper. The retrospective Maurizio Cattelan: All opens November 4 at the Guggenheim Museum.
Part of the series In the Open: Art & Architecture in Public Spaces, filmed in Weiner’s studio in Greenwich Village, Spring 2010. A retrospective of Hayes work opens June 21 at the Whitney.
WEB EXCLUSIVE From big-box stores, thrift shops to dead malls, photographer Brian Ulrich has captured the US landscape of consumption for a decade—unflatteringly but never without empathy. Lynn Saville prompts him to elaborate on his vision and travels.
WEB EXCLUSIVE With MORE feel good paintings for feel bad times, Deborah Kass continues her dialogue with postwar pop culture. Her new show opened at Paul Kasmin Gallery on January 24.
WEB EXCLUSIVE How does the formless become form? Jane Dickson speaks with the sculptor Arlene Shechet on the eve of her one-woman exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery––about time and the Buddhist precept of paying attention.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Joe Scanlan has been hiring diverse black actors to play the fictional emerging artist Donelle Woolford at art openings and lectures. With poet Jeremy Sigler, he delves into the project’s intricacies and uncomfortable implications.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Amanda Ross-Ho’s sculptures interweave handcrafted family artifacts with generic, mass-produced objects in an attempt to “reclaim nostalgia as a viable language.” She and Elad Lassry discuss how her bohemian upbringing shapes her work.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Travel writing is a known genre, but travel painting? Mike Glier and Roberto Juarez walk through Glier’s current exhibition of landscape paintings made in Ecuador, the Canadian Arctic, New York & St. John—a global line of longitude.
WEB EXCLUSIVE The Venezuelan artist who once replicated her apartment in a Caracas museum revisits key performances, discussing her personal measurement unit (the anto) and the fauna she researches in her apartment.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Photographer Mitch Epstein, whose new show opens at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. on March 16, spoke with Richard B. Woodward for BOMBsite in 2009.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Sculptor Rona Pondick on bodily fragmentation and the manipulation of the museum at her Worcester Art Museum exhibition.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Matt Keegan and Eileen Quinlan’s Y! O! G… A. is at the Kitchen through December 22. Free yoga classes! Quinlan and Beshty meet on a New York Chinatown rooftop to discuss their work in 2009.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Painter Trevor Winkfield and writer Maggie Paley meet at Winkfield’s studio to discuss Winkfield’s graphic, disquieting, and bizarrely ceremonial paintings.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Josephine Meckseper’s sparkling display cases combine vintage consumables with references to protest movements. Through these installations and appropriated advertisements she probes how nostalgia and romanticism compromise dissent.
A video screening and conversation presented in cooperation with Art:21: Art in the 21st Century, Season Four. Writer and filmmaker Michael Almereyda joins An-My Lê for a conversation and Q&A session.
WEB EXCLUSIVE As part of their “True Mirror” project for the 2008 Whitney Biennial, Dexter Sinister has set up a mirror press office at the Commander’s Room of the 7th Regiment Armory. Visit them in person and read about them here!