I stood in the river up to my knees and the river...
Sharon Hayes’ In My Little Corner of the World, Anyone Would Love You at Studio Voltaire features a five-channel video...
Heteronormativity and the Single Mother
I. This spring, in cities and towns all over the United States, schools, churches and other organisations will hold daddy-daughter dances....
Postcard from Istanbul
Saturday On March 19, at 1 p.m. in a café off...
Art and its Functions: Recent Work by Luke Hart
Rye Dag Holmboe
Luke Hart’s Wall, recently on display at London’s William Benington Gallery, is a single, large-scale sculpture composed of a series...
1. Waste-Gold These songs are waste-gold a matter of passing time together as we wait for night — they are meant to be loving they...
Issue No. 16
Interview with Gary Indiana
In July 2015, T: The New York Times Style Magazine gathered twenty-eight ‘artists, writers, performers, musicians and intellectuals who defined...
Amy Sillman: The Labour of Painting
Paige K. Bradley
The heritage of conceptualism and minimalism leaves a tendency to interpret a reduction in form as intellectually rigorous. If...