ART

As I walk through Jeff’s workmanlike studio on 29th street I feel a rush of optimism. There in his modern-day, high-tech paint shop are ... More

JEFF KOONS

by Stephanie Seymour

Gil Blank: Over the last five to ten years, the work of yours that has increasingly come to the widest attention relates most directly ... More

STEPHEN SHORE

by Gil Blank

RITA ACKERMAN:
ANDROS WEKUA

JB: When did you first start making photographs? James Welling: I started to take myself seriously as a photographer in 1972. It was my ... More

JAMES WELLING

by Jay Batlle

This is a personal account of purchasing an artwork from Brock Enright. After a year-long wait, last month I finally received “Koala Bear Parcell”. ... More

BROCK ENRIGHT

Michael Clifton

Wrapped in assorted colors, the handcrafted paper and enamel text sculptures of Chris Caccamise obliquely comment on the manufacture of longing and desire in ... More

CHRIS CACCAMISE

By Michael Clifton

In defense of the work being art, Beatrice Wood wrote “The only works of art America has given are her plumbing and her bridges.” ... More

PIERRE PINONCELLI

by Pierre Doze

“Will stand out on the street, with a hammer in my hand” — this is how Jonathan Meese says we will recognize him when ... More

JONATHAN MEESE

by Sue de Beer and Felix Ensslin

At the onset of the nineties (or in millennial terms, the veritable dawn of the dead), a kid named Aaron Rose opened up an ... More

BEAUTIFUL LOSERS

by Carlo McCormick

Sue de Beer’s art is a mature reflection on the complex interior lives of disaffected suburban American teenagers. Her video installations, photographs, and sculptures ... More

SUE DE BEER

by Brian Sholis

Christian Holstad—artist, performer, and all-around Renaissance man—is best known for his sculptural installations and collages, but he has also been working on a parallel ... More

CHRISTIAN HOLSTAD

by Simon Watson

Tim Lokiec’s figurative paintings and drawings of “teens at play” suggest the dreamy doodling of a kid in a dull biology class or one ... More

TIM LOKIEC

by Simon Watson

Chloe Piene’s videos and drawings assert a wry and morbid sexual prowess: the female nudes that she sketches are equally reminiscent of heavy metal ... More

CHLOE PIENE PETIT MORT

by Simon Watson

In School Spirit, Pierre Huyghe chose to collaborate with the Canadian writer Douglas Coupland, author of the best-selling book Generation X. The themes the ... More

SCHOOL SPIRIT

by Pierre Huyghe & Douglas Coupland

Pipilotti Rist‘s multimedia video works – such as I‘m Not the Girl Who Misses Much (1986)‚ Yoghurt on Skin, Velvet on TV (1995)‚ Sip ... More

SPANDAU PARKS:
PIPILOTTI RIST

Marijke van Warmerdam is from Holland and had an international breakthrough with her film loops after she participated in the 1995 Venice Biennale. She ... More

PIPILOTTI RIST:
MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM

Tom Wood might easily be categorized as a documentary or street photographer. His photographs fit comfortably within the finest tradition of a certain kind ... More

TOM WOOD: MAKING SENSE

by Jane Fletcher & Jan-Willem Dikkers

INFLUENCE (2)

By AR New York

1. WHAT IS YOUR DAY JOB NOW, AND WHEN YOU SHOT WITH RICHARD? I’m a student. I’m at Oxford reading philosophy and physics, so ... More

GIRLS' Emails:
SHOOTING WITH RICHARD KERN

Images by Richard Kern

In the spring of 2001 Kehinde Wiley completed his MFA in Painting at Yale University and then moved to New York to participate in ... More

KEHINDE WILEY: FAUX REAL

by Christine Y.Kim

Christos Marcopoulos and Carol Moukheiber design living and working spaces with a great deal of nostalgia for the future. The team has been dismantling ... More

PROMISCUOUS SPACE

by Christos Marcroploulos & Carol Moukheiber

Civic Endurance is Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry’s series of life-size color photographs and a video that together document a 25-hour endurance performance with ... More

CIVIC ENDURANCE

by Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry

Untitled (Billy/eye injury), 1989, courtesy: American Fine Arts, New York Poem#3, 2002, courtesy: American Fine Arts, New York Flowing Anal Bead Skirt, 2001, courtesy: ... More

ADOLESCENT ACTIONISM

by Jack Pierson

RYAN MCGINLEY:
CENTERFOLD

by Jack Pierson

DAN MCCARTHY:
Paintings, Drawings 1992 - 1994

INFLUENCE (1)

By AR New York

SPANDAU PARKS:
PAUL MCCARTHY

Having just picked up my passport for an upcoming trip to Europe, long lines, endless paperwork, I reached Paul on his cel phone and ... More

PAUL SIETSEMA:
PAUL MCCARTHY

VARIETY

by Nan Goldin

Raymond Pettibon has paid a visit to Paul Sietsema in his Los Angeles studio to discuss Paul’s new project in progress. They stand in ... More

RAYMOND PETTIBON:
PAUL SIETSEMA

PICTURES WE TAKE FOR MONEY

by Jack Pierson

MARK GONZALES:
RAYMOND PETTIBON

CHRISTOPHER WOOL:
MARK GONZALES

LARRY CLARK: CHRISTOPHER WOOL

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