Archive for August, 2020

Nicole R. Fleetwood in conversation with Rachel Kushner

WE CAN ALL AGREE NOW that American prisons are a malignant feature of contemporary life, broadening inequalities, destroying families, worsening racial disparities, and facilitating widespread ... | Read More

“EPHEMERAMA: Hollywood”

“EPHEMERAMA: Hollywood” presents a collection of anonymous amateur drawings of women from the first half of the twentieth century—an archive of unsolved mysteries from an estate-liquidation sale in ... | Read More

Juan José Olavarría

A few days before Peru reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic with a total lockdown, the Galería de la Municipalidad de Lima Pancho Fierro, located downtown, near the capital city’s usually populous main ... | Read More

Juan José Olavarría

A few days before Peru reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic with a total lockdown, the Galería de la Municipalidad de Lima Pancho Fierro, located downtown, near the capital city’s usually populous main ... | Read More

September 2020

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Hiba Schahbaz

Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Hiba Schahbaz studied Indo-Persian miniature painting in Lahore before moving to New York about a decade ago. Her work melds the formal traditions of this genre with contemporary ... | Read More

Hiba Schahbaz

Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Hiba Schahbaz studied Indo-Persian miniature painting in Lahore before moving to New York about a decade ago. Her work melds the formal traditions of this genre with contemporary ... | Read More

Shagha Ariannia

On the cover of the first edition of Kathy Acker’s 1978 novel, Blood and Guts in High School, is an image by Sue Coe: a gleaming scene of nighttime danger wherein sentient, money-hungry tenements spit ... | Read More

“New York, New York”

In a 1965 interview with critic Calvin Tomkins, Marcel Duchamp declared—with characteristically ironic nihilism—that “the only works of art America has given are her plumbing and her bridges.” Well, we ... | Read More

Jean-Charles de Quillacq

Having opened just days after Paris ended its strict two-month coronavirus lockdown, Jean-Charles de Quillacq’s exhibition “Autofonction” (Auto-function) inevitably adopted a pandemic-related subtext. ... | Read More
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