• Shirley Irons

    Friday, October 28, 2016

    Shirley Irons has exhibited in group shows nationally and internationally, including the 2014 Whitney Biennial as part of Critical Practices, Inc. She has had solo exhibitions at White Columns, Queens Museum, Tyler Gallery at Temple University, Staniar Gallery at W&L University, and Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica where she is represented, and most recently at the Werkstadt Graz, Austria. Her work has been written about in the LA Times, New York Times, Art Papers, Art Monthly, Time Out, Flash Art, Bomb, Acme, among others and she was profiled in the New Yorker Talk of the town. She lives and works in Manhattan.

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  • Christopher French

    Sunday, October 16, 2016

    An Interview with Janet Goleas – Christopher French creates minimalist abstractions infused with memory, light and a degree of perception that extends beyond sight. His radiant geometries reference a landscape of light and shadows in precise compositions. Layering pigment in thin veils, French crisscrosses shafts of color as they traverse the image field in crystalline tonalities.

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  • Nancy Chunn

    Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Question: You have been working on one project, “Chicken Little and the Culture of Fear,” for 13 and 1/2 years.  Can you describe the scope and concept of this epic undertaking Answer: My 13 1/2 year, site-specific painting-installation Chicken Little and the Culture of Fear, updating the folk tale of the paranoid fowl. After 9/11, […]

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  • Marilyn Lerner

    Wednesday, September 7, 2016

    Marilyn Lerner was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin.  She received her BS degree from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,WI,and MFA from Pratt Institute , Brooklyn, New York.  She has had solo shows at the Butler Gallery Museum, curated by Anna O’ Sullivan, Kilkenny, Ireland; John Good Gallery, NY; Robert Morrison Gallery,NY. Group exhibitions include Full Tilt, […]

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  • Margaret Lanzetta

    Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    Margaret Lanzetta is a New York-based artist best known for her abstract culturally inspired work using digitized motifs drawn from Buddhism, 60’s pop culture, nature and contemporary industry. With varying media: painting, printmaking, and photography; and an enduring thematic interest in saturated color, repetition and pattern, a lexicon of motifs are used to explore larger […]

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  • Susan Unterberg

    Saturday, July 9, 2016

    Susan Unterberg is a photographer living and working in New York City. She has had numerous solo shows in New York and across the United States. She is included in major museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA and the Jewish Museum. Question: You call yourself a photographer, and have been making more […]

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  • Jean Shin

    Saturday, June 25, 2016

    Jean Shin is nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform everyday objects into elegant expressions of identity and community. For each project, she amasses vast collections of a particular object—prescription pill bottles, sports trophies, sweaters—which are often sourced through donations from individuals in a participating community. These intimate objects then become the materials for […]

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  • Curtis Mitchell

    Sunday, June 19, 2016

    It is said that Warhol once said, “I just happen to like ordinary things.” This is not something one imagines Curtis Mitchell saying. When Mitchell has his way with ordinary things, objects purchased in the day-to-day transactions of consumer culture, he is using them to forcibly recant the adamantine grip of kitsch upon American society. Often times, […]

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  • Blueberry Danish, 30 x 40 inches, acrylic on canvas, 2016

    Jennifer Coates

    Saturday, June 18, 2016

    Jennifer Coates is an artist, writer and musician living in New York City. She currently has a one person show, “Carb Load” at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia which is up through July 17. She also has an article entitled “The Goo of Paint” in the current issue of Modern Painters. Question: […]

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  • Fawn Krieger

    Saturday, June 11, 2016

    Fawn Krieger is a NYC-based artist, whose multi-genre works examine themes of touch, ownership and exchange. She received her BFA from Parsons School of Design, and her MFA from Bard College’s Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited at The Kitchen, Nice & Fit Gallery, The Moore Space, Von Lintel […]

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  • “Arrivals/Departures” Oil on linen, 2016, 36”x42”

    David Brody

    Sunday, June 5, 2016

    David Brody is a painter, occasional filmmaker, and sporadic writer. Aside from his recent film installation at the Boiler, he has had solo painting shows at Pierogi and Sometimes Works of Art (James Siena’s project gallery in Chinatown). In November he will show paintings at Studio 10 with Elliott Green. Brody’s animations have been included […]

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  • “The Big Red One” 2013-15, Mosquito netting, plastic tarp, silicone tubing, monofilament, acrylic paint, t-pins, 115 x 165 x 64 inches

    Gelah Penn

    Friday, May 27, 2016

    Gelah Penn’s work expands on the language of drawing in sculptural space through site-responsive installations and works on paper. Her work can be seen in “PLACE: Monumental Drawings” at Equity Gallery, 245 Broome St., NYC, through June 18. Her work has been exhibited widely, including solo and group exhibitions at the National Academy Museum (New […]

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  • Liz Collins

    Sunday, May 22, 2016

    Liz Collins is a New York City-based artist and designer known for her textiles, installations, and KNITTING NATION, her live labor and site specific installation project. Collins recently created Energy Field, a lounge in the Tang Museum at Skidmore College, where her paintings and three dimensional textile works co-exist with her home textiles and furniture. […]

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Grave Videos


Remembering Ellen Lanyon

Remembering Ellen Lanyon  This compilation of words and pictures builds on the memorials, the receptions and conversations among friends following the passing of Ellen Lanyon.  Deeply missed and hard to forget for the lives that she touched, we intend this document to be open for continued remembering and appreciation.  She was magic.  We were anticipating […]

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Matt Freedman

Matt Freedman is a sculptor, performer, writer and curator. He has exhibited with Valentine Gallery, Pierogi Gallery, vertexlist, Flipside, Fivemyles, The SculptureCenter and Long Island University. Venues of performances include PS 1 MOMA, The Brooklyn Museum, The Kitchen, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn Academy of Music at Fivemyles, Galapagos Performance Space. He teaches at the University of Pennsylvania […]

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Jackie Ferrara

Full interview interview with Jackie Ferrara in her studio in July of 2012 with Andrea Blum.

Jackie Ferrara (born 17 November 1929, Detroit) is an American sculptor best known for her pyramidal stacked structures. Her work is in the collection of the MOMA, the LACMA, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, and the Phillips Collection, among others. Go to http://www.jackieferrara.com/

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Hands are well known for picking noses and pockets, giving fingers, reaching across oceans and the like. In the 1960s some were making peace signs. In 1968 one of Richard Serra’s was catching lead. It takes a little help from the title to grasp (sorry) what is actually happening. Off screen someone is dropping or […]


Utopia in Red Light District

W139 was the venue for Now Babylon, a site-specific show that researched the topic of Utopia.  The exhibition was curated and produced by New Sculpture Department (NSD), who invited ten more artists to join them for the occasion.* The title is derived from New Babylon, the Utopian project from the 1950s of Dutch artist Constant. […]


Aernout Mik Videos

Mud, silence, soft violence Groupdynamical and art-critical aspects in Aernout Mik’s video-installations by Arnout ter Haar & Dineke Blom Introduction How do people behave in large groups? Are we as individuals still capable of intervening in the ordering of our society or is apathy ruling in Western society? These are questions that arise when visiting […]


Supports / Surfaces by Nick Van Zanten

The French Supports/Surfaces painters of the 1970’s have been woefully overlooked in America, which is especially remarkable given how many young abstract painters seem to be following in their footsteps today. The appropriately named Supports/Surfaces at Canada on Broome St through July 20 aims to fix this. Works hang from the ceiling and sit on […]

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