John Ashbery: Collages: They Knew What They Wanted
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, September 4 – October 4, 2008
ContributorClaudia La Rocco
CLAUDIA LA ROCCO writes about performance for the New York Times and is the founder of thePerformanceClub.org, which won a 2011 Arts Writers Grant. She is a member of Off The Park press, where she is editing an anthology of poems by painters. She is on the faculty of the School of Visual Art's graduate program in Art Criticism and Writing.
27. October 17, 1961, a train platform in Dartford, EnglandBy Raphael Rubinstein
NOV 2022 | The Miraculous
Living only one street apart in a London suburb, two 7-year-olds strike up a friendship that lasts until they are 11 and one of them moves away. In the years that follow, their school careers diverge (one begins attending university, the other enrolls in a local art school) but their musical tastes are oddly similar, as they discover when their paths finally cross again on a train platform in their hometown.
Strike DiaryBy Rona Lorimer
MARCH 2023 | Field Notes
It is as if everyone is asking themselves when the violence will really start. This was the same in the demonstrations about the cost-of-living crisis in October. People were calm, especially in unions like SUD, they werent the least concerned about any hierarchization of protesters, nor were they scared of the police.
George Condo: HumanoidsBy Charles Moore
MAY 2023 | ArtSeen
For the length of his career, George Condo (b. 1957) has examined the almost-human. The New Hampshire-born artists solo exhibition Humanoidson view from March 31 through October 1, 2023 at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (NMNM)abstracts and subsequently humanizes the world around us. Yet this begs the question: what exactly is a humanoid?
twoBy Irene Vázquez
DEC 22–JAN 23 | Poetry
Irene Vázquez is a Black Mexican American poet and journalist, currently based in Hoboken, NJ, who writes at the intersection of Black cultural work, placemaking and the environment. Irene's debut chapbook Take Me To the Water was released by Bloof Books in October 2022. By day, Irene works at Levine Querido, editing books about feisty twelve-year-olds.