Art In America

“Social Ecologies”

Two years ago artist and Brooklyn Rail publisher Phong Bui organized "Come Together: Surviving Sandy," a nearly 100,000-square-foot pop-up exhibition in an Industry City building. The show testified to enduring creativity and community in New York one...

Mary Mattingly

"We're probably doomed as humans if we don't start thinking in a posthuman way," Mary Mattingly posited during a recent "Art:21" documentary.

Life of Objects: An Interview with Mary Mattingly

Ecology, nomadic living and community participation are central to Mary Mattingly's collaborative projects. Triple Island, her next collaborative work, will open July 20 on Pier 42 in Lower Manhattan.

Haunted: Q&A with LaToya Ruby Frazier

A recent graduate of the Whitney Independent Study Program, in New York, Frazier has had her work included in the recent New York survey museum exhibitions "Generational: Younger than Jesus" (2009), PS1's "Greater New York" (2010) and the Whitney...

The Mad Bodies of Natalie Frank

Brooklyn-based Natalie Frank's latest paintings, featured in her solo show "The Governed and the Governors" at Fredericks & Freiser [through Nov. 3], address power, gender and sexuality. Depicting figures in dreamlike spaces, Frank's paintings seem...

Ryan McGinness

According to painter Greg Lindquist, recounting his experience as a studio assistant in Ryan McGinness Works (Rizzoli, 2009), McGinness once discovered that the popular clothing chain Urban Outfittershad pirated the “look” of his signature...

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