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RICHARD KOSTELANETZ recently completed a second book of essays on innovative music.
Sands Murray-Wassink: In Good CompanyBy Titus Nouwens
JUNE 2021 | ArtSeen
Over the years Sands has produced an exhaustive amount of paintings, videos, performances, and texts, at once completely and unabashedly about him and at the same time about much more than himselfhis loved ones, his fellow artists, the artworld, the role of artists, and patriarchal society at large.
Diane Exavier with Shamira Ibrahim
MAY 2023 | Theater
Amid gentrifying construction, street protests and a sweltering summer in Flatbush, the five Abellard sisters in Bernardas Daughters, by Diane Exavier, directed by Dominique Rider, take refuge in their family home. Simmering in the losses of their father and their neighborhood, they clash over how to contend with the legacy of their Haitian parents in a city that is no longer theirs.
Homage to Ferl, the Owner of the BuildingBy Garrett Caples
APRIL 2021 | Poetry
Garrett Caples is a poet and an editor for City Lights Books. His latest book of poems, Lovers of Today, will appear in the fall from Wave Books.
The Forced Abundance of Justin PeckBy Eve Bromberg
MAY 2023 | Dance
New York City Ballet’s over-reliance on Justin Peck to produce highlights the tensions between twenty-first-century demands of a ballet company and ghosts of choreographers past.