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Of all the art journals and magazines I have read and collected, I have perhaps the most affection for Art-Rite, the newsprint magazine that was given away through galleries in SoHo back in the 1970s.

In Conversation


Ann McCoy met with Raquel Rabinovich at her Rhinebeck studio to view her work and archives. Rabinovich discussed her life in Argentina, a country she has had to leave twice for political reasons, her life as a world citizen in Paris, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, and New York, and her afternoons with Jorge Luis Borges.

In Conversation

STEEL STILLMAN with Marcia E. Vetrocq

With solo exhibitions in Brooklyn and Amsterdam and the publication of an artist’s book, the photographer Steel Stillman is going public with a deceptively quiet and often disquieting body of work that has absorbed him for many years.

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ALMA EGGER with Joachim Pissarro

Fresh Window Gallery presented the exhibition NightLight from September 5 through October 18, 2014. The two-person show featured the work of Swiss-born painter Marc Egger and Japenese-Russian painter and sculptor, Miya Ando.

In Conversation

MARTHA WILSON with Jarrett Earnest

Under Martha Wilson’s visionary direction, Franklin Furnace has remained a vital force in the New York art world since 1976, holding fast to its mission of “keeping the world safe for avant-garde art.”

In Conversation

ART AND ACTIVISM: Talking Steubenville, ANDREA BOWERS In Conversation with Ashton Cooper

Several weeks ago, at the opening festivities for the Montréal Biennial, Ashton Cooper had the opportunity to sit down with LA-based artist Andrea Bowers to talk about her powerful piece in the show.

In Conversation

Pilgrims at Esopus Creek: Three Seasons of the Shandaken Project

A Conversation with Founding Director Nicholas Weist and 2014 Resident Chloé Rossetti

The centerpiece of my 2014 summer was a free artist residency at The Shandaken Project—three weeks, with three to four other people, on a sprawling property in the Catskill Mountains, ringed by forever-wild forest on all sides, tucked into an armpit of the Esopus Creek. Nicholas Weist, founder of The Shandaken Project and facilities manager during my stay, had told me that three years later, residents are telling him that they are still working out ideas that formed in that open-air cradle, on trips from the beautiful handmade studios to the house at dusk.


The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2014

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