Art In America

Body By Body

Cast your thoughts back to New York between 9/11 and 2010 and consider its key descriptors. Bloomberg, Williamsburg, the Highline. Following the gritty ’70s, flashy ’80s and culturally crepuscular ’90s—as the clichés about New York’s recent decades...

800 Words With Alexandre Singh

I first met Alexandre Singh while working as The Unreliable Tour Guide at the 2006 Whitney Biennial. Friends suggested I stay in the converted factory in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where he lives and works. A vast single-story unit on an industrial...

600 Words With Michael Portnoy

In 2000 Momus was in a Chelsea gallery recording people singing, when an otherwise rather quiet man opened his throat and gave a gorgeous impression of Klaus Nomi doing madrigal. Michael Portnoy was then a trained dancer curating his first art show at...

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