Vicente Muñoz

Kapwani Kiwanga’s Archival Explorations

March 1, 2016

Dissecting information from archival documents and found footage is an inherent aspect of artist Kapwani Kiwanga’s practice—but not everything remains factual.

To Be Human

December 22, 2015

A Hungarian Jew forced to work in the crematories at Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the Sonderkommando, the protagonist of László Nemes’s Cannes triumph Son of Saul exists at the very center of the Holocaust inferno.

Traveling with Toyin Ojih Odutola

December 20, 2015

“I always think of my work in terms of landscape, because it is plains, hills, and valleys, because you travel through it,” artist Toyin Ojih Odutola says.

DJ Discourse

July 28, 2015

Known as a DJ, producer, writer, musician, and historian, Jonathan Toubin is a multihypenate in every sense of the word.

The Pioneering Poet

April 22, 2015

If one theme connects Andrea Gibson’s poems, it is a recognition of our common humanity.

Discovery: Jack Garratt

April 19, 2015

Last week, British multi-instrumentalist, singer, and producer Jack Garratt released his latest EP, Synesthesiac (Interscope),a follow-up to his 2014 debut EP, Remnants.

A Fairytale Nightmare

April 14, 2015

“I don’t think of these as illustrations. I think of them as drawings that represent a story,” artist Natalie Frank says of her most recent body of work, which depicts the original, macabre tales of The Brothers Grimm.

Something within Nothing

March 16, 2015

In discovering his own “language of abstraction,” Fernando Mastrangelo has entered a new phase of his artistic career.

Lost in Time

March 11, 2015

Drawing references from classical masters such as Rembrandt, Delacroix, and Goya, contemporary Chinese artist Mao Yan creates portraits that could be lost in time.

Stripes Across the Decades

March 6, 2015

French artist Daniel Buren’s five-decade history is now condensed into five paintings on view at The 2015 Amory Show in New York.

What Nancy Rubins does with 20,000 Pounds of Metal

July 16, 2014

To artist Nancy Rubins, a hunk of trash isn’t the end–it’s a new chapter.