The Propeller Group discusses Vietnamese graffiti, infiltrating the advertising world and their show at the Guggenheim.
Colin Snapp and Daniel Turner discuss Jules Marquis, learning from their surroundings and the endless possibilities of collaboration.
Adrien Tirtiaux pictures Dutch cuts to cultural funding as a slice through the Stroom Den Haag center for art and architecture.
Craig Drennen discusses his current body of work, Timon of Athens, the power of abandoned cultural productions, and life in Atlanta.
Multi-media artist Tony Martin talks about his synesthesia-driven take on creating space that draws on human-to-human connection.
Julian Hoeber on film, intertextuality, and his latest piece, Demon Hill, a disorienting optical illusion come to life.
Cars come to life in Detroit.
What can the superhuman tell us about humanity? Jorge Rojas on curating superHUMAN at Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art.
Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans delights and enchants with her provocative media installations.
Artist Tomashi Jackson explores the rhythms of labor and the poetic vernacular of popular culture and visuality in America.
Artist Harrell Fletcher reflects on a recent project at Tate and demonstrates the value of participatory engagement and social practice.
Artists Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson make art a family matter.
Kevin Kinsella discusses the current exhibition on view at the Radiator Gallery, This Is How My Brain Works, which offers a keen curatorial selection of collage art by various artists.
Gillian Sagansky talks with gallerist Jack Chiles and curator Pati Hertling about their collaborative project on the Bowery, which features artist-designed signs.
Alex Zafiris talks to artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe about their new installation and fourth collaboration, Stray Light Grey, presented at Marlborough Chelsea in New York.
Bellatrix Hubert talks with Legacy Russell about the state of the arts, not being a curator, and the buzz of her recent Hummingbird.
This year’s Havana Biennial breaks away from pavilions, focusing instead on conversations between regions.
Parker Ito discusses AFK, IRL, and post-Web 2.0 arenas.
Rachel Reese talks to artist Francis Cape along with curators Richard Torchia and Daniel Fuller about Cape’s Utopian Benches exhibition.
Samuel Jablon sits down with legendary god of space, redefiner of public, and Bronx-born extraordinare, Vito Acconci.
The artist Taliesin pays homage to the spirits and toys with commercialism.
Jacob Krupnick’s new film, Girl Walk // All Day, has an audience both in the street and in the theater.
Shifting Connections returns to the work of Fred Wilson, staring through the looking glass at a different facet of the artist’s creative practice.
In her latest Shifting Connections, Kathleen MacQueen reflects on her favorite shows of the Spring of 2012.
Artists Christopher Gideon and Elissa Goldstone live and work miles apart. Yet, they love the same game. The two sat down to discuss baseball and its role within the stadium of contemporary art.
Ryan McNamara’s familiarity with celebrity extends far beyond the name of his cat. With a new exhibition at Elizabeth Dee on the horizon, the artist is poised to show New York what he’s made of—and it’s not just papier-mâché.
Invented by Ryder Ripps, DUMP.FM is an online image-share platform with the rising reputation as one of the primary breeding grounds for young digital artists. One of them is Glass Popcorn. And he needs a date to the dance.
Jennifer Lindblad experiences Carsten Höller and discusses the ways in which his work explores contemporary theories of body.
Shifting Connections untangles the complexities inherent in the work of Hans Haacke.
Michelle Oka Doner’s A Walk on the Beach installation at the Miami International Airport welcomes all with terrazzo, bronze, and mother-of-pearl.