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The New York photographer almost single-handedly changed the state of art photography in America with his frank, gleeful, in-your-face images of his friends and lovers skating by in downtown Manhattan. Now all grown-up and with an exhibition of his early works set to open, Ryan McGinley recalls how it all began.
ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 12/01/16
There is nothing conventional about Adam Driver’s journey from a small town in Indiana to the Marines to Julliard, on to a groundbreaking TV show and a galaxy far, far away—but then again, there is nothing conventional about his outsized talent and persistent determination to get things right. In this star system anyway, he is unique. ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 11/29/16
The New York artist has often been considered the premiere postmodernist painter. But David Salle has more than one skill up his sleeve. In his new book of essays, the wise and witty aesthete cuts through the pomp and press-release-speak of the art world and promotes the wonder of actually experiencing a work. ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 11/08/16