Interviews

Interviews

Street Artist Tells Bill Cosby to Fess Up

by Vic Vaiana on January 28, 2015

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Artists have been largely absent from the public discourse surrounding the allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby, another of which was just lodged, and about which the comedian remains silent.

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Last month a new gallery opened in Greenpoint, far from the picturesque industrial buildings on the East River waterfront that have long housed the inner circle of the neighborhood’s gallery scene.

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Beer with a Painter: Sarah McEneaney

by Jennifer Samet on January 17, 2015

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I visited Sarah McEneaney at her home in the Callowhill / Trestletown / Chinatown North neighborhood of Philadelphia.

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Most days the underside of the Smith-9th Street subway bridge over the Gowanus Canal is a tangle of ungainly gray beams, but this week it has been aglow in bold colors every night.

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What if instead of only showing up online, your Instagram photos of sunsets, street art, photogenic cityscapes, or alluring strangers on subway platforms were posted back into New York City’s public spaces?

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For the past six years, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has been working with a color chemist to produce paint pigments that correspond to each nanometer of the visible light spectrum.

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Andrew Dinwiddie, Caleb Hammons, and Jeff Larson are the curators of CATCH, a New York–based monthly performance series that features some of the most exciting artists working in theater, dance, performance art, and everything in between.

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Mark Flood Resents was an artist-run gallery, showroom, exhibition space, hangout, and crash pad where nothing was for sale.

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Rajkamal Kahlon’s ongoing project Did You Kiss the Dead Body? incorporates the military autopsy reports and death certificates of detainees killed while in American custody in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia — Eleanor Macnair’s Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh are serious fun. Whether on Tumblr, where her re-imagined photographs first appeared, or in her recently published book of the same name, their cartoonish colors and shapes dazzle the eye.

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