Annetta Kapon finds the friction of declarative, directive and expressive language in the sculptural work of Miyoshi Barosh.
Christopher Stackhouse unpacks muted expressiveness in the graphite portraits of Ben Durham.
Zoe Beloff reflects on A Conversion Act, Nadja Bournonville’s project on hysteria.
Lucy Skaer’s conceptual mixed media installations explore teleological reasoning in contemporary form.
Raphael Rubinstein traces Christopher Deeton’s affinity for cycling and German electronica to the Gothic symmetry of his recent paintings.
Halsey Rodman’s upcoming installation inverts its shape once it changes venues. This act of transformation emphasizes the space and identity of its viewership, destabilizing the notion of perception.
Aki Onda’s body of work is an investigation of sound’s place in the tactility and visuality of a three-dimensional world. Watch an excerpt from a performance by Onda and filmmaker Paul Clipson.
Iraqi Artist Ahmed Alsoudani discusses the dichotomy behind Gunther Uecker’s intense and provocative installations.
Poet Kim Rosenfield chronicles her encounter with Erica Baum’s evocative “Naked Eye Anthology.”
Ellen Berkenblit examines the playful elements and limitless boundaries of Dasha Shishkin’s drawings.
Hauser visits White at her studio where the artist blends elements from the past and present akin to the layers of history one encounters in the billboards, buildings, and graffiti on the street.
Weinrib describes the intensity of her encounters with Howe’s shifting, evocative, figurative paintings.
O’Connor reflects on the sculptural work of Katie Bell with a collage of text and color.
Gornik on the work of painter Winton, whose central elements she says include mystery, eccentricity, and compassion.
Lieberman and Guagnini on self-hatred, narcissism, criticism, and the possibility of transformation.
Filmmaker and curator Lampert on filmmaker Price and his recent works on display at the Whitney Biennial.
Artist Ryan Johnson on sculptor Sheila Pepe’s obsession with shoelaces and her technique of “improvisational crochet.”
WEB EXTRA VIDEO Watch a BOMB Studio Visit video with Michelle Segre and read artist Huma Bhabha’s take on the sculptor’s “models of the brain at work.”
Painter Alexander Ross on the perplexing, serpentine, visual complexities of Daniel Wiener’s sculpture.
B. Wurtz on the ability of Tamara Zahaykevich’s small-scale, handmade sculptures to draw out the details of daily life.
WEB EXTRA VIDEO Artist Pedro Reyes talks to Terence Gower about his lecture video New Utopias which investigates utopian fantasies from Funkadelic to Jacques Demy to Sun Ra. Watch an exclusive clip.
Artist and musician Stephen Vitiello on the cerebral, imaginative responses of Jennie C. Jones to the “the physical residue of music.”
R. M. Fischer’s reinvented style nods towards variable textures, visible seams,floppy vinyl, and a wide variety of fasteners. Artist Daniel Wiener finds the new work inspiring for the future of sculpture.
Abby Goldstein describes the studio of Phoebe Washburn, whose new work can be seen at Josée Bienvenu Gallery through October 27.
Jimbo Blachly and Lytle Shaw are the editors and guardians of an archive full of experiences and paraphernalia belonging to the elite-though-fictitious Chadwick family. An exhibition of the archive is currently on display at the Winkleman Gallery.
Andrea Blum’s sculpture work rises above the plane of mere physical and material existence. Pamela Lins discusses these interactive and psychogeographic pieces.
Mimi Thompson profiles Rachel Hovnanian, an artist who hauntingly represents beauty at its most chilling in the form of sculptures, photographs, paintings, and narcissus petals.
Steve DiBenedetto analyzes the psychedelic and nonconformist tendencies of painter Michael Williams.
Jorge Queiroz’s drawings are caught somewhere between dream-state and linear reality. New York artist Emilie Clark questions the multivalent act of seeing them.
Check out 2 exclusive videos by Rona Yefman! For 14 years, Israeli artist Yefman has chronicled the gender transition of her sibling, Gil. In the new issue, video artist Michel Auder interprets the works’ chaotic, familial boundaries.