Wade Guyton and Jacqueline Humphries Want to Renovate an NYC Art Venue and Not Change a Thing
February 19, 2021
A peek into how the two artists and curators are keeping The Kitchen alive.
NICE TO MEET YOU
Meet K.O. Nnamdie, the Curator Bringing New York’s Artists to the Table
February 4, 2021
Get to know the Nigerian art advisor and curator behind Restaurant Projects.
Dances for the Death of Anthropology: Maya Stovall’s “Liquor Store Theatre”
January 12, 2021
On the occasion of her book’s publication, the Detroit-born artist and anthropologist talks about her project and practice.
one woman's trash
Kennedy Yanko’s Sculptures Are a Certain Kind of Woman
October 6, 2020
The artist mines junkyards to make abstract sculptures that pay tribute to the women in her life, from Betty Davis to her Aunt Gussie.
we went there (sort of)
Bidding from Bed with Sotheby’s
September 22, 2020
Choice Works, an online auction for Planned Parenthood, featured work by Judy Chicago, Jasper Johns, and more artists while paying homage to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Lucien Smith Wants to Be the Jeff Bezos of Nonprofit Directors
August 26, 2020
After 5 years of “self-quarantine,” the artist is expanding his empire from his Montauk home.
The Deranged Whimsy of Artist Canyon Castator
July 23, 2020
The emerging L.A. artist paints dystopian allegories in pop color.
Mike Perry Has Always Been an Indoor Kid
April 2, 2020
The “Broad City”-famous artist is building a community from his homemade mini-golf course.
Gladys Nilsson Paints Like She People-Watches
February 21, 2020
On the occasion of her new retrospective “Honk!”, the artist introduces us to her whimsical Day-Glo characters.
Artist Stan Douglas Wants to Take You to Another Earth
January 31, 2020
The artist talks “Star Trek,” Proust, and latest video project “Doppelgänger.”