A.M. Homes Imagines an Oyster Date Between Warhol and Jagger
May 5, 2023
In 2008, The Art Museum at University of Iowa was damaged in a historic flood. In celebration of its reopening, the curators asked writers to create fictions based on images in their collection.
Photographer Tina Barney captures the lives of the upper crust
September 12, 2017
By capturing the thorny psychologies and nervous states of play of the western elite, the New York photographer has turned austerity into art.
November 2, 2015
Impossible to categorize. A daring, intrepid poet in every field. The New York artist, musician, thinker, filmmaker, and all-around experimentalist tackles two hyper-ambitious projects this fall that evoke questions of human rights, dying and death, memory and failure, and the love of a dog.