Many Lifetimes Ago

July 20, 2015

If novelist Susan Barker is to be believed, obsession never dies; it simply changes form.

Twenty World Wide Webs

June 29, 2015

Over the course of four weeks, Lower East Side gallery Bureau is featuring 20 eight-hour video screenings, curated and created by a diverse group of artists, including C. Spencer Yeh, Alex Hubbard, and the gallery’s own Maliea Croy.

Spitting Image

May 29, 2015

The group exhibition “Gargle/Spit” offers a rambunctious, yet surprisingly affecting survey of contemporary art.

Inside the Sammlung Boros

May 28, 2015

Karen and Christian Boros store a portion of their vast art collection, which includes everything from Ed Rushca prints to Ai Wei Wei sculptures, in a former bomb shelter near the heart of Berlin.

Behind the Scenes with Evan Robarts

March 10, 2015

In an Interview exclusive, artist Evan Robarts—whose first major solo show is now on view at The Hole—becomes the subject of a film from New York-based director Elena Parasco.

Paths of Glory

January 16, 2015

Gabe Polsky’s charismatic Cold War hockey documentary Red Army features Soviets eager for glory and humble in their patriotism.

Street View

October 20, 2014

Cameras have long had a special status among the arts for their capacity to bear witness: Consider Jacob Riis among the tenements or cellphone videos in Ferguson, Missouri.

Last Days

September 18, 2014

Two years after the 1973 Paris Accords won Henry Kissinger the Nobel Peace Prize and supposedly ended the war in Vietnam, North Vietnam marched on the South.