The two painters, old friends, discuss craft and the American way in a conversation that ranged from basketball to the nature of art. Zucker’s work is at Mary Boone Gallery through April 27.
Walker’s charged antebellum imagery has engendered heated debate. Poet Matthea Harvey charts the personal and historical sources of its provocation.
Brooklyn poet Christian Hawkey and Swedish painter Mamma Andersson begin this correspondence with a rumination on memory, architecture, and turtles.
The celebrated author of The Bird Artist—an intrepid traveler and award-winning translator of Native American and Inuit folktales—discusses his latest novel, Devotion.
Péter Nádas’s newly translated Parallel Stories is an epic exploration of lives both private and political. With Davis Kovacs, Nádas reflects on the synchronism of differences.
With recent DVD releases of his films and a Cannes premiere this spring, the legendary Hungarian filmmaker has morphed from rebel outsider into cult auteur. The Man from London premieres this fall at the 44th New York Film Festival.
The postmodern composer’s gleeful, spatialized works orchestrate invented instruments inside, outside, and all around the theater. A brilliant manipulation of form and perception.
National treasure Kate Valk, on her acting life with the famed Wooster Group, their interpretation of Hamlet, and channeling the ghosts of legends. Part of the Select Equity Group Series on Theater.
Trevor Paglen on how Nicola López’s jumbled cityscapes reflect the “Anthropic” age we live in.
Rochelle Feinstein on how contradictory values and techniques drive the paintings and sculptures of Pam Lins.
Steve Earle on how Robbie Conal’s satirical, defiantly political drawings involve a constant process of teaching and learning.
This First Proof contains the story “Dorchie.” For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
This First Proof contains the story “In My Yoke Skirt.” For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
Essay by Ambar Past. Contributions by Mikaela Días Días, Xpetra Ernándes, Sluz Hernández, Manwela Kokoroch, Rosa López Kómes, Loxa Jiménes Lópes, Roselia Montoya, Xunka’ Utz’utz Ni’, Antel Péres Ok’il, Munda Tostón, María Tzu, and María Xila. Print only.
This First Proof contains a series of “Zeus” poems. For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
This First Proof contains the an excerpt from the novel The Life Room. For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
This First Proof contains the story “What Happened Between Us.” For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
Romantic conceptualist artist Bas Jan Ader, lost to the sea in 1975, is refound in the first Ader monograph, Bas Jan Ader Please Don’t Leave Me, and the police report-like Bas Jan Ader Discovery File.