David Salle Has a Headline in Mind for This Interview
November 6, 2023
“Is it better to be liked by a large number of people or to be understood by six people?”
Writer Ian Penman on Foucault, Freelancing, and the Films of Fassbinder
June 15, 2023
“There’s a tension there in the book between that young me in the ‘80s who thought Fassbinder was great, who thought that his fatalism was the truth, and the older me who thinks that he had a quite adolescent male view of the world.”
Three Girls Take One Gallery in a Sensual Show at OCDChinatown
February 28, 2023
“There’s so many ways to fuck yourself up with art. It feels endurance-based.”
December 12, 2016
Miller Mack met Lisa Scott at the National Gallery of Art, in Washington, D.C., in the mid-’80s. Miller, a Plexiglas specialist, was employed by the department of installations; Lisa worked in the archives.
October 14, 2015
The insanely prescient, razor-sharp, techno-centric works of the late New York artist are finally getting their due—and they still seem way ahead of our time.
June 5, 2015
Each generation reinvents figurative painting for its own purposes. The genre now belongs to the young New York artist with a penchant for promiscuous, hard-to-pin-down imagery that takes on many lives, romances, deaths, and even ghosts.
May 6, 2015
Appearing sometimes as a poet, sometimes as a performer, and sometimes as a stand-up comedian, Cecilia Corrigan plays women who are more and less herself.
October 10, 2014
The New York artist’s series of shows on Denial, Divorce, and Death may sound like a downer, but Yi is actually privileging senses other than the visual in her loaded, off-the-wall work.
June 23, 2014
Within a contemporary art world run a-muck in mediocrity, the young, Los Angeles-based artist is kicking his visual repertoire into high gear—crashing-and-burning images and pissing a few people off in the process. Long live Parker Ito.