Watch a BOMBLive! at the Brooklyn Book Festival on September 16, 2007.
Listen to a BOMBLive! This podcast features a conversation between novelists Chris Abani and Colm Tóibín, recorded at KGB Bar in May 2006. It is part of the 2006 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature.
Watch a BOMBLive! poet Lorenzo Pace at the New York Academy of Art on November 9, 2005.
Watch a BOMBLive! at the New York Academy of Art on November 9, 2005.
Watch a BOMBLive! Poet Patricia Spears Jones interviews sculptor Lorenzo Pace as part of “The Figure in Narrative” Series, filmed at the New York Academy of Art in Lower Manhattan.
Watch a BOMBLive! This video features an interview of painter Eric Fischl by author A.M. Homes, filmed at the New York Academy of Art in Lower Manhattan on October 26, 2005. It is part of the The Figure in Narrative series.
Listen to a BOMBLive! Thelma Golden has a conversation with Betsy Sussler standing in for Glenn Ligon in which they discuss African American artists, The Whitney, and Glenn Ligon’s refusal to use his Palm Pilot.
The BOMBLive Artists & Curators’ Series continues with John Johnson, interviewed by curator Grady Turner at The New Museum for Contemporary Art, February 2004.
Listen to a BOMBLive! A fall 2002 interview with artist Rackstraw Downes by author Philip Lopate at the New Museum, in which they discuss the landscape, British painters, and deliberate awkwardness.
Writer and former New Yorker staff writer Suzannah Lessard interviewed by novelist Patrick McGrath in the BOMBLive! Artists & Curators’ Series at The New Museum for Contemporary Art, Fall 2002.
In this installment of the BOMBLive! Artists & Curators’ Series, author and psychiatrist Mark Epstein sits down with painter Carroll Dunham at The New Museum for Contemporary Art, Fall 2002.
Listen to a BOMBLive! This podcast features an interview of writer Rick Moody by novelist Darcey Steinke, recorded at The New School in the fall of 2001.
WEB EXCLUSIVE The Portuguese novelist, critic, and translator passed away June 18th, 2010. In the summer of 2001, the Nobel laureate sat down with Katherine Vaz for a BOMB Web Exclusive interview.
Listen to a BOMBLive! This podcast features an interview of novelist Peter Carey by poet Robert Polito, filmed at The New School in the winter of 2001.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Yo La Tengo’s And Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out illustrates the band’s commitment to artistic growth and depth.
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Katrín Sigurdardóttir’s sculptures and installations merge embodied experiences of place with conceptual constructions of space. She reflects with poet Eva Heisler on the early memories that inspire her work.
In the early ‘70s, Fitzgibbon made a series of radical films and then put them aside. P. Adams Sitney begins to unravel the story behind Fitzgibbon’s early, seductive flicker films to her latest iPhone movies.
Rachel Kushner’s latest novel, The Flamethrowers, is out now. Kunzru focuses on the novel’s relationship to the ‘70s art world and Italian politics during the time of the Red Brigades.
Enrique Vila-Matas’s characters include James Joyce, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Paul Auster, and even Enrique Vila-Matas. The Catalan author talks with Meruane about his distinct method of interlacing reading, writing, fact, and fiction.
Stan Allen’s seminal essay, “Field Conditions,” written almost 15 years ago, still resonates among architects. He confers with Nader Tehrani on landscape urbanism as well as building and teaching “from a position of uncertainty.”
Federico León’s recent Las multitudes was staged last year in Argentina. For Richard Maxwell, the playwright-director’s production is a “brokenhearted humanity tale.” A heroic one, at that, with 120 actors.
Whitney’s answer to painting’s “hard times,” was composing with color as a jazz musician plays with themes and variations. Whitney’s show Other Colors I Forget opens at Team Gallery on April 11.
Opposites attract—one looks to the past; the other looks to the future. One paints; the other everything but. A dialog of overlapping engagements beween Dawson and Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE.
Feher pinpoints the exact moment when he discovered that to be an artist meant to believe “I was right, even when I was wrong.” His new work is on view at Diverse Works in Houston from January 19 to March 16.
Artist John Pilson talks to seasoned provocateur Alix Pearlstein about her ability to create conflict and tension between the camera and viewer in her video work.
Fanny Howe on “looking up from under,” religion, and Radical Love, a collection of her most important, most experimental, novels.
Mark Z. Danielewski on the shapes, colors, music, and musicality of literature.
Romanian new wave director Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills, is a naturalistic tale of escalating tension between a young nun and her visiting friend (and former lover). The film is out now.
If ensemble theater group Rude Mech’s ethos was a draw for Radiohole’s Dyer, their bacchanalian re-creation of the Performance Group’s Dionysus in 69 clinched the connection.