March 26, 2016
When Emma Greenwell and I meet at the Crosby Street Hotel, she has just come from scrubbing the floor of her new apartment in New York’s Chinatown.
September 20, 2015
The New York ceramist creates serene classical forms—and then violently re-creates them.
Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Werewolf of Wysteria,’ Rachel Mason
July 20, 2015
Performance and multimedia artist Rachel Mason has finally come to terms with calling herself a musician.
May 18, 2015
The star of TV’s time-hopping hit outlander is finding her spot in the here and now.
May 8, 2015
Whether our interpretation of this mythological figure comes from Kit Carson dime novels, Clint Eastwood westerns, comic books, or Marlboro ads, the image of the cowboy is central to American identity.
March 22, 2015
“I am young, and the young do not number many here, but it is fair to say we have the run of the place.” So begins Irish writer Colin Barrett’s sharp and lively debut Young Skins (Black Cat), six short stories and one novella set in contemporary, rural Ireland.
Sarah Gerard’s Shattered Glass
January 20, 2015
At the moment, Sarah Gerard’s life is rife with celestial metaphor. Her much anticipated debut novel, Binary Star, was released by Two Dollar Radio last week to energetic praise.
October 20, 2014
When Anna Neistat smuggles herself into Syria, she carefully dons an abaya, which she calls her invisibility cloak.
July 23, 2014
New York writer Justin Taylor’s latest collection of stories, Flings (Harper), contains intimate portraits of characters for whom things have a sense of coming undone.
June 11, 2013
Lieberman is the curator of “The Cat Show” at White Columns art space in New York, with over 50 artists presenting cat-inspired work.
Signification and the City
April 22, 2013
This spring, Alex Gartenfeld, MOCA North Miami curator and former senior editor of Art in America and Interview online, communicates the city’s trials, tribulations, and excesses in “Empire State. Arte a New York Oggi.”
January 21, 2013
What happens when you curate a show gathering new work from six iconic photographers—including William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, and Ryan McGinley—in which the central theme is not the work produced but the camera used?