Dead Black Men
Paul Killebrew was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, where he currently works for a judge.
Carl Craig: Party/After-partyBy Simon Wu
MARCH 2021 | ArtSeen
Party/After-party (2020) is the five-year lovechild of Detroit-based DJ/producer Carl Craig and curator Kelly Kivland, a sound-and-light-installation that turned the basement of the former Nabisco packaging factory into a hologram of a night club.
What We Are Saying is Freedom, Not the VeilBy Maya Gonzalez
DEC 22–JAN 23 | Field Notes
Today in Iran we are seeing a party-less revolution led by women, without any leaders. The struggle unfolded rapidly through the growing refusal of women to abide by the mandate to wear the hijab
Coleman Collins with Brief Histories
MARCH 2023 | Critics Page
A recent late afternoon. A brightly lit space, three white walls, plywood lined floor, afternoon sun streaming through the large windows looking down on busy afternoon traffic in New York. Off-center a large table with three half-empty cups of tea. Stage left, an upright old wardrobe faces out, with one drawer pulled halfway out, a small painting of an ear is lying within a mound of rice grains.
Michael Kazin’s What It Took To WinBy Charlie Post
NOV 2022 | Field Notes
Michael Kazin's new history of the Democratic Party is an important intervention in this political conjuncture.