The peripatetic conceptualist (Where’s Al?) talks with artist Cheryl Donegan about Ginsberg’s Howl, the reanimated past, and the overlooked poetry of authorless signage.
Shapiro, known for his tilting, anthropomorphic sculptures and dense floor pieces, has new work at Craig F. Starr Gallery through March 23.
Filmmaker Taylor delves into Solnit’s book, A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities that Arise in Disaster, where the preconceptions of human nature are exposed and the triumphs of civil society are extolled.
Dabis wrote her film Amreeka, in theaters now, in response to her family’s Arab-American experience. An immigrant’s tale, the search for a better future in the Promised Land is full of seismic changes.
The iconic dancer and choreographer is collaborating with musician Lukas Ligeti on Itutu, blending African pop with Western symbolism. They dissect African polyrhythms and Armitage’s movement language of sinuous curves.
Jefferson describes Bradshaw’s plays as treacherous territories peopled with high-achieving suburbanites and professors gripped by sexual and racial manias. Their most dangerous quality: they act on pure id.
Dan Schmidt employs found objects and an arsenal of modest shapes to breach the boundary between the conscious and the accidental. James Siena explores the hidden world inside Schmidt’s paintings.
Violist Anni Rossi recounts her touring experience with outlandish trio Micachu and the Shapes, who are playing at Littlefield in Brooklyn this Friday, October 2nd.
In Tala Madani’s paintings, Diana Al-Hadid notices a peculiar relationship between manner and matter, directness and ambiguity, alienation and connection.
This First Proof contains four drawings by George Herms. For copyright reasons this content is only available in print.
This First Proof contains a portfolio of four works by Valérie Belin. For copyright reasons this content is only available in print.
WATCH NOW! Watch Allora & Calzadilla’s Returning A Sound, the duo’s 2004 video made during their involvement with a civil disobedience campaign in Vieques, Puerto Rico against a US military testing and training site.
This First Proof contains four poems from the Getting Lucky series by Nicole Steinberg. For copyright reasons, this content is available in print only.
This First Proof contains four poems from Human / Nature. For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
This First Proof contains the story “Mrs. Dellums Speaks.” For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
This BOMB Specific contains artwork by R.H. Quaytman and Geoff Kaplan. This content is available in print only.
Cartoonist and author Matt Madden finds his characters escaping from their pages. This article is only available in print.
This First Proof contains two poems by Paul Guest. For copyright reasons this content is available in print only.
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This First Proof contains the story “You Look Like You Do” by Victoria Redel. For copyright reasons, this content is available in print only.
Mónica de la Torre reviews L.J. Davis’s novel, A Meaningful Life, warts and all.
Katherine Elaine Sanders reviews Mercè Rodoreda’s posthumous masterpiece, Death in Spring.
Remember the old pulp novels—two-in-one, back-to-back and upside-down? When you finished one, you could flip the book over and read the other.
Lena Valencia is haunted by Lars von Trier’s film, Antichrist, but lives to tell the tale.
Forty vignettes shot in nearly as many locations internationally, Michael Almeyreda’s new film, Paradise, has no clear narrative or documentary premise.
Nick Stillman reviews Pauk Thek: Artist’s Artist, edited by Harold Falckenberg and Peter Weibel.
Patrica Spears Jones reviews Wesley Brown’s novel, Push Comes to Shove.