Martin Wilner is an artist and psychiatrist. For his ongoing Case Histories—a series of portraits each completed over the course of a month—subjects send him daily dispatches that are woven into the drawings. Novelist Francis Levy calls the process "a mini analysis of sorts."
As MoMA's retrospective of the genre-defying filmmaker gets underway, Nicholas Elliott revisits Wenders's 1984 classic.
Rankine and Berlant parse the implications of having to maneuver everyday racism, as well as Rankine’s incisive choice of images for her new poetry book, Citizen: An American Lyric.
Paul Chan's Nonprojections for New Lovers runs March 6-13 at the Guggenheim. In his drawings and video projections, Chan stakes out the space between opposites as a field of promise.