The Enigma of Bernadette Corporation, the Anonymous 90s Art and Fashion Collective
Kaitlin Phillips in conversation with Bernadette Van-Huy, the elusive namesake of art collective Bernadette Corporation.
Long Live Neck Face
Though the DIY landscape may have changed, for the guerrilla graffiti icon, the vision is the same.
Wheat Beer with a Side of Warhol: In Conversation with Jeff Koons
Sven Michaelsen spends a Paris morning with Jeff Koons to talk about his Wall Street past, making art that mimics the Beatles’ music, and why he’s spent over a decade building a multi-million dollar train.
Jamian Juliano-Villani’s Surreal Real
Jamian Julian-Villani is the New York-based painter rendering hauntingly humourous works that point to the surreal-real of contemporary living.
Art Criticism’s New School: Meet the White Pube
This duo of 24-year-old critics is opening up new avenues for art interpretation.
No One Sees NYC Quite Like Jamel Shabazz
Reexamining the latest collection of photographs from one of New York City’s most important visual chroniclers
Ed Atkins: “I Am Not an Authority on Who I Am”
Ed Atkins chats with Timo Feldhaus about artificial agency and his motivation to create.
Imagining Men with Lynne Tillman
Whitney Mallett meets with Lynne Tillman to discuss the photographic imagination and the art writer’s latest novel.