The Painterly Photography of Marcus Maddox
October 6, 2021
Ahead of his Nashville solo exhibition, the photographer reflects on his new series, “Figures of Color.”
Hilton Als on the Art of Transcendence
September 27, 2021
To mark his exhibition at Karma Gallery, the writer and curator reflects on art’s role in stitching together our fractured culture.
From the Senegalese Coast to the Hudson River: the Liquid Confidence of Khari Turner
July 16, 2021
“I cannot do what I want to these pieces. The work tells me what it needs.”
An Intimate Moment with The Late Musical Genius Sophie
July 14, 2021
“Noise,” a new exhibition from the artist Zoe Chait, is a raw and intimate homage to the late musical icon.
The Artist David Chatt Embraces The Seductive Power of Tiny Beads
July 1, 2021
The artist’s elaborately-beaded still lifes celebrate the dying art of patience and, yes, “the seductive power of beads.”
Mark Seliger ‘s Latest Book Reveals an Eerie, Empty New York
June 25, 2021
During the early months of the pandemic lockdown, the legendary portrait photographer turned his lens on the most photographed city on earth.
Artist Christopher Williams Uncovers the Ordinary Beauty of A Pair of Shoes
April 9, 2020
The artist walks us through his exhibition, “Footwear (Adapted for Use) at David Zwirner, so you don’t have to even put on a pair of shoes.
Gladys Nilsson Paints Like She People-Watches
February 21, 2020
On the occasion of her new retrospective “Honk!”, the artist introduces us to her whimsical Day-Glo characters.
The Artist Giving E.T. Pepsi and Xanax
February 6, 2020
In her solo show “Done with Xanax,” Katherine Bernhardt phones home.