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Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans delights and enchants with her provocative media installations.
Ben Mirov on Ben Mirov.
Michael Robinson provides insight into the methodology and philosophy behind his collaged films.
Dorothea Lasky on her new book, Thunderbird, transformation, color, and the demons that haunt her poetry.
Word Choice features original works of fiction and poetry. Read a short story by Amy Benson, selected by Alexis Boehmler.
A selection of pages from Elliot Sharp’s score Foliage, with an introduction from the composer.
Sarah-Jane Stratford on the alternate history of Richard III.
Word Choice features original works of fiction and poetry. Read one poem by Ben Pease, selected by Daniel Moysaenko.
Artist George Negroponte reflects on the under-appreciated work of Abstract Expressionist William Baziotes.
The Comedy director Rick Alverson’s previous film New Jerusalem, starring Will Oldham, opens Friday, November 30 at Videology in Brooklyn.
Wendy Lotterman on the twists of logic and the syntactical turns in Ernst Herbeck’s Everyone Has A Mouth.
The Guggenheim invites artists, philosophers, musicians, and curators to spend an evening contemplating the sound and silence of the city at stillspotting ( ) nyc: finale
Nick Earhart on the unstable, hallucinatory afterworld in Miranda Mellis’s The Spokes.
Jesse Zaritt reviews Political Mother, a fast and furious spectacle choreographed and directed by Hofesh Shechter.
A week full of events to delight the literature and film oriented.
Few filmmakers have been as prolific and influential as Jean Rouch, the late anthropologist, ethnographer and godfather of cinéma-vérité.
Oorutaichi muses on the technology of music and the benefits of collaboration.
Let the sun in.
Word Choice features original works of fiction and poetry. Read two poems by Jena Osman with art by Marcelina Amelia, selected by Daniel Moysaenko.
Kate Zambreno on the careers and marriages of her modernist Heroines.
Curators Chelsea Haines and Eriola Pira, and artist Christopher K. Ho on what makes an art world real or imagined.
Luis Jaramillo on genre-blurring, memory, toast, and his new book, The Doctor’s Wife.
In Beyonsense, Eurasian artist collective Slavs and Tatars channels its inner Zaum in a celebration of the twists of language across cultures, histories, and geographies.
From Bruce Nauman and Peter Halley to the blogosphere, Joshua Abelow discusses his influences and his unique approach to painting in the age of the Internet.
Watch an exclusive clip from Mickalene Thomas’s new film Happy Birthday to a Beautiful Woman. Thomas’s new show at Lehmann Maupin opened November 14.
Michael Jeffrey Lee on ugly writing and his short story collection Something In My Eye.
Artist Tomashi Jackson explores the rhythms of labor and the poetic vernacular of popular culture and visuality in America.
Poet Dean Young on his new collection Bender and making vehicles to another world.
Open up your ears and eyes and turn your art lovin’ on.