Can a Tulsa Art Show Help to Remake the Sometimes Heartless Heartland?
Ingrid LaFleur in Conversation with Rasheedah Phillips
Lesbian Cattle Dogs Have Tea with Adelaide
Lesbian Cattle Dogs See Adelaide
Brad Phillips in Conversation with Brad Phillips
A Review of: Carmen Maria Machado’s In The Dream House
Lesbian Cattle Dogs Welcome a Houseguest
An Interview with Matthew Thurber
Masha Tupitsyn and Kevin Killian
An Interview with Seth
Agnès Varda: The Beach on the Pavement
An Interview with David Leo Rice
The CryptoFuturist and The New Tribal Labyrinth
Jane Ursula Harris
Off Brand Video #7: Wayne Koestenbaum’s “Folie à Trois”
Off Brand Video #3: Becca Blackwell’s The Schmermterion Collection
The Process of Making Comics with GB Tran
The Process of Making Comics with Anders Nilsen
The Process of Making Comics with Grant Snider
The Process of Making Comics with Chris Russell
The Process of Making Comics with Andrea Tsurumi
A Week After the Wedding
My New Glasses
[vimeo 78263674 w=500 h=281] A short film on the wonderful Misaki Kawai. To celebrate the new Art Issue we’ll be running content from some of our favorite artists all ...
Roger Ballen and The Making of The Room
“That’s what art really tries to do. Just strip away all the pretense and it’s trying to entertain and excite.” A Two-Part Interview with Wayne White
“But that’s the way I was then and maybe still am: my ambition always outstripped my abilities.” A Two-Part Interview with Wayne White
[vimeo 76026789 w=500 h=281] Magic Flying Carpets of the Berber Kingdom of Morocco A short film on the painter Katherine Bernhardt and her inspirations from pop and folk ...
Interview with Micah Lexier
Pictured above: an 8 ¼" by 11" panel made by the artist Duccio, in Siena in 1300, that sold for over $45 million to the Met in 2006. “We have long ...
alanshepard: Drawings in Books A show of new drawings (and some other things) By Jason Polan The exhibition includes a selection of books I have bought from different ...
Erica Mendritzki is finishing her MFA at the University of Guelph, Ontario. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship. Her work ...
Edvard Munch's "The Scream" sold for $119.9 million at a Sotheby’s auction on Wednesday. Munch once wrote, “But can they [great works] get rid of the ...
Painter Wayne Thiebaud (b. 1920) speaks here about Drink. Thiebaud has been at the forefront of American realist painting since his first show at the Allan Stone Gallery in ...
[gallery] “I had identified ‘money’ as a central issue in my life and wanted to make work that investigated the psychology of money.” - Moyra Davey Photographer ...