Review | The Smooth and the Striated: Otto Berchem & Rachel Hellerich
Through August 25
The work of June Ahrens reflects on our nation’s shared traumas, particularly gun violence.
Ursula K. Heise, Val Plumwood & Eduardo Kohn
Jeff Ostergren’s work borrows corporate branding schemes and chemical materials from various pharmaceutical companies.
Guy Debord, Mark Strand & Ma Jian
Mark Dery, Tara Westover & John Stauffer ( et al)
Olivia Laing, Terrance Hayes & Kassia St. Clair
Jesmyn Ward, Ibram Kendi & George Saunders
Teju Cole, Marina Abramovic & Summer Rayne Oakes
Tyler Green, George Kubler & Ottessa Moshfegh
Rachel Kushner, Ottessa Moshfegh & Paul B. Preciado
In 2017, I interviewed Meriem Bennani about her Holiday Headscarf Series.
Alyse Rosner’s new show at ARC Fine Art, LLC features recent paintings and drawings that all begin by rubbing natural elements from her surroundings.
In July 2011 artist Gina Siepel paddled down the Bronx River with four strangers in silence.
Review | Becca Lowry & Jane Miller
Fred Giampietro Gallery
Through April 26, 2019
Review | Matthew Barney: Redoubt
Yale University Art Gallery
Through June 16, 2019
Erin Lee Antonak’s upcoming show at Artspace, New Haven combines her skills crafting the regalia she learned to make as a Wolf Clan member of the Oneida Indian Nation of New York with her training as a milliner.
Repost | The Go! Push Pops on Future Feminisms
In honor of International Women’s Day
Joseph Smolinski’s works illustrate how humans have intervened or attempt to tame the natural world.