Your annual winter support keeps the Rail independent, relevant, and free
Before crack, before Meghans Law and before 2.1 million people crowded U.S. prisons and jails, the reality of prisoner re-entry still held true: most prisoners come back. Back to the blocks they grew up on, to the kids they left behind, to no job, few prospects, and a weekly appointment with their parole officer.
Express In Conversation
Occupation: Dreamland, a chilling documentary directed by Garrett Scott and Ian Olds about the Fallujah in January 2004, just prior to the U.S. siege, opens on September 23 at Cinema Village. The Rails Williams Cole recently sat down with Scott.
Art In Conversation
Wilfried Dickhoff is an independent critic, curator, and publisher who lives in Cologne and New York. He has taught at several art academies in Europe and recently at Princeton University. Currently, he is working on monograph books, e.g. on Albert Oehlen and Rosemarie Trockel, and a new international art magazine, which will be published out of Istanbul.
Art In Conversation
In the midst of preparations for his new exhibit at the Betty Cuningham Gallery, Philip Pearlstein took the time to sit down with Rail publisher Phong Bui to talk about his life and work at his loft studio in Hells Kitchen, where he and his wife Dorothy have lived since 1982.
I first met Al Held as an undergraduate at Yale. I remember seeing him with a group of graduate students playing cards in the Art and Architecture building.
Anyone who makes nature films for a living will tell you that its impossible to get funding without a CMV.
As part of an ongoing series, The Rail will be visiting dinner tables throughout the borough to examine how economics, culture and taste influence what for most remains the principal meal of the day.
Mayor Bloomberg may not see the war in Iraq as a local issue, but most reasonable people disagree. From Cindy Sheehans Crawford to right here in our very own New York City, opposition to Mr. Bushs war has never been greater.