Photographic sleight-of-hand reframes modernist mannerisms. Mark Van Proyen reports.
A master painter’s works chart the tumult of overheated times. Glen Helfand reports.
Our final excerpt of Mark Van Proyen’s novel-in-progress. Theda takes to the dance floor. Nerves fray.
University administrator’s link to the leader of an EST-like cult is revealed.
The artist put fear and worry to work. At first making masks. Then, a machine that simulated breathing.
A shared ride home takes some very strange turns.
An excerpt from Maria Porges’ forthcoming book about artists who employ mending.
Novel-in-progress examines the absurd side of academia.
Sculptor Gyöngy Laky offers an optimistic forecast based on what science says about art.
Amy Trachtenberg on forced Isolation, sublime solitude and the tangle of uncertainties.
Academics discover the dark underbelly of an art world gathering.
Fighting the culture wars at New Langton; the lingering smell of Albert Einstein’s tobacco.
Amy Ellingson and Brad Brown take us inside their studios.
Theda, in full reptilian mode, shows her colors.
George Lucas and Star Wars at YBCA.
Drinking, gawking and gossiping at The Broken Frame.