Art & Design Writing

CityLab at The Atlantic (Now Bloomberg)

Ai Weiwei’s ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ Is All Over New York

In ‘The Other Apartment,’ One Home Spans a Deep Divide

The Shed Has Big Ambitions for NYC

The Museum of Broken Windows Makes a Powerful Plea for Police Reform

New York Needs Gordon Matta-Clark Now More Than Ever

The Moon Lands on the High Line

 

The Guardian

“Artist Oliver Jeffers destroys portraits of Bono and others…all in the name of art”

How Culture Went Virtual in the Face of Crisis

Abortion is Normal: The Emergency Exhibition About Reproductive Rights

 

WNET/ALL ARTS

(Per)Sister Puts a Human Face on America’s Incarceration Epidemic

 

T/ The New York Times 

A Light Installation Inspired By The Eye In The Sky

Helena Rubinstein, Icon of Business and Style, Gets Her Own Retrospective

 

ADULT Magazine

A new exhibit summons the Black Arts of the Scarlet Woman,
occult queen of mid-century Los Angeles.

 

Paper Magazine

Meet Panteha Abareshi, The 17-Year-Old Arists Taking Inspiration From Illness, Mysticism And Roses

10 YOUNG CREATIVES SHAPING ISTANBUL’S ARTS AND CULTURE SCENE

12 CREATIVES LEADING SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO’S THRIVING ART SCENE

 

The FRONT

Ry Russo-Young Gets Intimate On Female Ambition

A Curious Final Act For Agnes Varda, Queen Of Auteur Cinema

The Girls Who Fell To Earth

 

The Creators Project 

From Guns To Drums: Pedro Reyes Turns Weapons Of Hate Into Musical Instruments

Olafur Eliasson Creates A Sun You Can Fit In Your Pocket

Sputniko! Brings The First Woman To The Moon

Artist JR Shakes Up The Dance World With Immersive New Installation

Photographer Alex Prager Turns Her Lens On Modern Loneliness

Brazilian Muralist Gives Us A Rundown Of Williamsburg’s Newest Arts Hub (Assume Vivid Astro Focus)

Gang Gang Dance’s Brian DeGraw Draws His Newest Album

Japan’s Fascinating Art Truck Scene

From Hip Hop To High Art: Artist Korakrit Arunanondchai’s Unusual Path

 

VICE 

Frida Kahlo’s Garden Takes Root in the Bronx

This Syrian Filmmaking Collective Shows the Banality of Life in War

Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Obliteration Room’ Is About to Be the Next New York Selfie Destination

 

GOOD Magazine

Sandy vs. New York Art World: Photos Show A Creative Community In Crisis

Capital Knowledge: IDEAS City Festival Touches Down in NYC

A Circus of Civic Creativity and Collective Action + a Dreamy Swimming Pool

 

Nothing Major/ Pitchfork

Yazzy And The Arctic Surfers

 

PSFK

Kehinde Wiley On Puma, Deitch, And The American Dream

Richard Hambleton Exhibit Fetes Seminal Graffiti Artist, Brings Together Fashion And Art World Elite

 

Flavorpill

Utopia Or Gimmick? Meet The Creative Team Behind Williamsburg’s Latest Artist Housing Space

Exclusive: Q & A With the Re: Construction Initiative’s Karin Bravin

 

Big Think

Is Contemporary Art In Crisis, Or Will Crisis Save Contemporary Art?

If Berlin Is The New Soho, What Is The New Berlin?

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