Interviews

Interviews

Follow This Man Out of the New Museum

by Ryan Wong on April 28, 2015

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“I do wonder, when I lead complete strangers around on my walks, and take them to sites that don’t dredge up some awful racial history so they have no racial referent — I wonder the degree to which they allow themselves to have racial thoughts.”

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Tired of the one-sided and often misogynistic narrative of the pickup artist (PUA), visual art Angela Washko wanted to provide a more complex understanding of PUAs by recasting their stories from women’s perspectives.

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A comic book industry veteran for the last decade, Kelly Sue DeConnick first earned her chops adapting manga to English.

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Jason Stopa,

Jason Stopa stands a head taller than most of us and shares some strong ideas about contemporary art with a calm, intellectual confidence. His work, too, is raw, but the delivery system is mellifluous – a world of familiar references and a range of intimate painterly touches.

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Interviews

Artists Pick Artists: Susan Morris

by Rob Colvin on April 17, 2015

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Susan Morris takes self-inventory — tracks the “I” — by actively collecting traces of herself through records of several kinds, and by several means.

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I interviewed a member of Liberate Tate as to why the group decided to take part in the #WhitneyPipeline protests and what it has accomplished in its own struggle with the Tate.

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Post image for On Leaving the Brooklyn Museum After 17 Years: An Interview with Arnold Lehman

Last September, Arnold Lehman announced that he would retire from his position as the director of the Brooklyn Museum.

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It’s been six months since the People’s Climate March took over the streets of Manhattan, but the group behind some of the rally’s most iconic artworks is busier than ever.

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Last week, Brooklyn-based graphic designer, curator, and artist Laura Arena was denied entry into Israel in an experience she is still trying to understand.

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TORONTO — “I like art about art. I think many people pussyfoot around this issue.”

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