America’s Front Line
February 17, 2017
Peter van Agtmael’s photographs show us the surreal landscape of the United States post-9/11.
The Art of Machines
September 27, 2016
Since 2005, artist collective Random International has created works that blend art and science, with the goal of making participants more aware of the way our bodies interact with and identify machines.
Artists at Work: Meleko Mokgosi
August 11, 2016
Meleko Mokgosi paints his subjects at just above life size. It’s an artistic sleight of hand that makes the figures seem poised to step off the canvas and into the room—or, rather, float off into space.
Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Heaven,’ Arum Rae
July 11, 2016
New York-based singer-songwriter Arum Rae says she’s “compelled” to make music. This impulse is palpable; her songs are soulful and yearning. This Friday, she will release an EP titled Loners (Secret Road Records) and here, we’re pleased to premiere “Heaven,” its final track.
April 21, 2016
Recalling one’s own childhood is unquestionably a creative act, blending myth, fantasy, fact, a cast of unusual characters, extremely detailed settings, and a dose of self-deception.
Molly Prentiss’s Technicolor Debut
April 5, 2016
Vivid and ambitious, Molly Prentiss’s debut novel Tuesday Nights in 1980 (Scout Press) is a multi-sensory experience.
NYFW Fall/Winter 2016: The Highlights
February 16, 2016
From Alexander Wang to J. Crew, Jeremy Scott, Maiyet, Tommy Hilfiger, Hood by Air, Jason Wu, and more…Here is everything you need to know from backstage and front row at NYFW Fall/Winter 2016.
Michelle Stuart’s Mythologies
February 5, 2016
It’s unsurprising that artist Michelle Stuart held early aspirations of becoming a writer.
Jesse Draxler Embraces Mortality
January 11, 2016
Artist Jesse Draxler’s exhibition “Terror Management™” at Booth Gallery confronts his unknown past, a daunting yet exciting future, and rather stagnant present.
Tictail Takes New York
January 10, 2016
Over 100,000 brands around the world use Swedish startup Tictail to power their online stores.
The Olympic Hopeful: Team USA
December 23, 2015
Since runner Edward Cheserek moved to New Jersey to 2010 to attend St. Benedict’s Preparatory School, he’s been positioned in a limiting, frequently reiterated narrative.
Amy Berg and the Little Girl Blue
November 24, 2015
Since 2006, Amy Berg has completed five feature-length documentaries and narrative films, during nearly all of which she’s been working on her much-anticipated Janis Joplin documentary.
The Curtain Rises in Cyberspace
November 13, 2015
Artist Brian Fuata’s newest project for Performa 15 takes place via internet, only being physically realized through two live performances tonight and tomorrow at Printed Matter in New York.