Rachel Small


Paige Silveria’s “Daisies” Lands in L.A.

February 23, 2022

The traveling exhibition from the New York curator-producer made its West Coast debut during Frieze Los Angeles.


“It Happens”: Breaking Glass With Judy Chicago

January 5, 2022

The legendary rule-breaker sits down to discuss her latest exhibition and the challenges of mastering a molten artform.


At Design Miami, Harry Nuriev Takes It to the Bedroom

December 3, 2021

“You know when you had sleepovers with your friends as a kid, and made crazy forts by draping blankets all over the room? That’s what I’m going for.”

The Circularity of Jacolby Satterwhite, a 3D Artist with a 360 Point of View

October 16, 2019

The artist’s latest ritual-focused video project begins with a baptism and doesn’t ever really end.

Avery Singer is updating impressionism for the 21st century

December 8, 2017

Through her 3-D renditions of neo-cubist figures, the 30-year-old painter is reconfiguring how we perceive shape, light and shadow.

How Sahra Motalebi’s music background informs her performance pieces

December 8, 2017

The artist’s performances incorporate elements of prose, poetry, and song.

The Female Gaze

July 6, 2016

What happens when one celebrated art photographer named Collier teams up with another celebrated art photographer named Collier?

Paper Trail

July 6, 2016

Part magazine, part collective diary, and part archive, the art journal Packet has been resisting publishing definitions since it started in 2012.

Back to Black

July 6, 2016

Entitled “Blackness in Abstraction,” Pace Gallery’s group show explores how black, once a staple of midcentury minimalism, has continued to transport artists—from Sol LeWitt’s monochromatic squares to Glenn Ligon’s more recent black-paint-splattered screen prints of pages from James Baldwin’s “Stranger in the Village.”

Color Clash

July 6, 2016

Nigerian-born, London-based fashion designer Duro Olowu is known for his use of eye-popping, unconventional patterns.

Objet d’Art: A Way of Seeing

May 12, 2016

Every month, Interview picks an artist- or designer-created object that straddles the line between aesthetics and function. Subdued tastes need not apply.

A Reckoning

May 5, 2016

Six months from now, the spectacle that has been one of the most revealing, disturbing, and dynamic presidential election cycles in American memory will come to a close.

Objet d’Art: Don’t Fuck With Us

April 15, 2016

In the wake of Women’s History Month, Marilyn Minter is continuing her campaign to rally support for Planned Parenthood.

Antonio Dias Doesn’t Make Plans

April 11, 2016

In efforts to provide insight into Antonio Dias’s artistic oeuvre, Galeria Nara Roesler in São Paulo has unearthed a selection of key pieces.

Lionel Maunz Taps into Dark Corners of the Mind

March 31, 2016

Lionel Maunz’s fourth solo show, “Fealty,” is currently on view at New York’s Bureau gallery.

Josh Whitehouse

March 27, 2016

The british actor/musician/model learns to keep it cool.


March 25, 2016

From a vacuum cleaner modeled to resemble a knight chess piece to a a series of lamps shaped like peeled bananas, the Belgian-Dutch design duo Studio Job has a knack for wit and originality, despite getting mixed reviews early on.

Objet d’Art: Color and Light

March 8, 2016

When merging art and object, one side must bend to the other, maybe conceding appearance or pragmatism.

Carly Mark, Illuminated

March 4, 2016

Artist Carly Mark remembers moments from her childhood in Detroit sprinkled with images of branded food packaging.


March 3, 2016

Founded in 2010 by gallerists Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook, the art fair Independent New York has distinguished itself among other satellite fairs its focus on the curatorial elements and possibilities within the art fair format.