Art In America

In the Studio: Joan Jonas and Jason Moran

Video and performance pioneer Joan Jonas, this year's U.S. representative at the Venice Biennale, is joined by her four-time collaborator, jazz phenom Jason Moran, to discuss the growth of their free-associative, call-and-respons process.

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

This week we check out abstract paintings by elder stateswoman Sonia Gechtoff at Nyehaus, Enrico Castellani's monochrome reliefs and installations at Haunch of Venison, and Klara Kristalova's fantastical glazed ceramics at Lehmann Maupin.

Hedda Sterne's Last Interview

Hedda Sterne was an artist best known for her affiliation with the Abstract Expressionists in the 1950s.  She was the only woman photographed with the group known as "The Irascibles" by Nina Leen for Life Magazine in 1951. The last surviving artist...

Patterns of Thought: Hedda Sterne

A founding member of the New York School and the last surviving painter of its first generation, Hedda Sterne, now 96, discusses many phases of her life and career. Her work is currently on view in a traveling retrospective.  

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