Cruzvillegas discusses his most recent installation and how his experiences as a citizen of Mexico fuel the unstable, contradictory nature of his sculptures.
Visionary artist and poet Gyula Kosice on how he has tried to reconcile “the language of the diction” and “the language of form, volume, and the kinetic.”
Gangloff—whose exaggerated characters are influenced by her experiences at Cooper Union in the ‘90s—and former classmate Yuri Masnyj discuss Gangloff’s new portrait subjects.
Greenbaum on the fundamentally personal and private process of creating art, and how modernism, rage and rebellion fuel her creativity.
Fiona Maazel on her second novel, Woke Up Lonely, and how its apocalyptic themes of loneliness and emotional isolation are reflected in its unique, fractured structure.
Phillip Lopate has had a good year, publishing To Show and To Tell: The Craft of Literary Nonfiction and Portrait Inside My Head. He spoke with Sharlin about humor, honesty, and his identity as a native New Yorker.
Musician and composer David Grubbs collaborates with improvisatory artists—including C. Spencer Yeh—to attain an unrepeatable quality on his new album, The Plain Where The Palace Stood.
Fairport Convention helped to bring traditional music into British folk rock back in the ‘60s. Connolly traces Thompson’s evolving style from his Fairport days to his latest solo album, Electric.
Lucy Skaer’s conceptual mixed media installations explore teleological reasoning in contemporary form.
Zoe Beloff on the presence of hysteria in Nadja Bournonville’s photography.
This First Proof contains four poems by Leslie Shipman.
A portfolio of work by artist Susan Bee.
This First Proof contains the story “She Will Be Flesh” by Dylan Landis.
This First Proof contains two poems by Tomaž Šalamun.
This First Proof contains two stories by Thomas Israel Hopkins.
This First Proof contains the story “With My Dog-Eyes” by Hilda Hilst, translated from Portuguese by Adam Morris.
This First Proof contains an excerpt from The Bottom by Betsy Andrews.
This First Proof contains an excerpt from less than one, more than one by Jen Hofer.
A selection of photographs from Operación Condor, a series of military operations in South America, the site of Graham Greene’s Travels with my Aunt (1969).
A portfolio of work by artist artist Paola Ferrario.
Lytle Shaw on Gordon Matta-Clark’s exploration of light, air, and latent spaces in Conical Intersect (1976).
Christa Wolf’s final book explores the collapse of physical and psychological borders in post-Cold War Germany.
Fill the Void, the first feature film by Israeli writer-director Rama Burshtein, tells the story of an ultra-Orthodox Hassidic community with compassion, sensitivity and humor.
Iris Has Free Time, a debut novel by Iris Smyles, combines quixotic zeal with humor and honesty.
A new book, Tabboo!: The Art of Stephen Tashjian, documents Tashjian’s 20-plus years of work in the changing New York art scene.
Cecilia Vicuña on how Violeta Parra, the subject of Andrés Wood’s new film, Violeta Went to Heaven, changed the way she understood Chilean sound.