Painting by James Nares.
María Irene Fornés, Jeff Weiss, art by Cindy Sherman, Billy Sullivan, Robert Gober, Laurie Simmons, and more.
Painting by James Nares.
Photograph by John Coplans.
Couple in a Bar and Wedding Party by Tom Jenkins.
Painting by Gustav Klimt.
Painting by Keiko Bonk.
Photograph by Vera Lehndorff and Holger Trülzsch.
Photograph by Laurie Simmons.
Allen Frame talks to playwright and director María Irene Fornés, author of several plays including the Obie-winning Mud, Danube, and Sarita.
Homage to Frank Lloyd Wright and Triumph of the New York School by Mark Tansey.
Man Pouring Wine and Women and Luncheon, from the Domestic Ritual Series by Mary Frey.
Memories mix in "The Man In The Apple-Green Tie" by Alison Armstrong.
Photogram by Alan Scarritt.
Painting by Anslem Kiefer.
Painting on paper by Melissa Miller.
A man and a woman set drapes on fire, "Drapes" by Barry Yourgrau.
Evocation 1 and Evocation 2 by Bill Rice.
Short story from the book Jailbait by Brad Gooch.
From the Meiji Series, 1884, oil on canvas, by McDermott & McGough.
Coleman Dowell's remembrances of time with Carl Van Vechten, "At Home With Drosselmeier" from the work in progress A Dark Book.
Drawing by Patrick Naggar.
Painting by Peter Schuyff.
Duncan Smith on the intricacies of photographic and celebrity overexposure.
Glenn O'Brien provides the anti-treatise for the post-surrealist conception of the world: the Subrealist Manifesto.
Characters approach death in defiant ways, "Boy Blowing Bubbles" by Jacques Teboul. Translated from French by Georgia Marsh and David Rattray.
Drawing by Billy Sullivan.
Painting by Carolee Thea.
Four photographs from the Bus Series by Cindy Sherman.
Photograph by Richard Prince.
Image Robert Gober's series Slides of a Changing Painting.
Painting by Colin Lee.
Painting by Robert Hawkins.
David Craven, In Fear of Glamourous Women, 1984.
A brief reflection on the narrator's neverpresent boyfriend and the telephone.
Four photographs, by Bill Cunningham, of Total Beauty in Three Acts by Delia Doherty and Corey Tippin.
Short story about a mysterious denizen of an abandoned theater, "Gargoyle" by Patrick McGrath.
Drawing by Robin Winters.
Drawing by Sandro Chia.
Drawing by Donald Sultan.
Short story on how people change and change others.
Painting by Saul Ostrow.
Painting by Eric Fischl.
"Be Relaxed," "You Are There," and "I'm Not Kidding" by R Bartkowech.
Watercolor painting by Ernst Trowager.
Sean Elwood, Big Wheel, 1984.
Four flash fiction pieces, "Fool," "Change," "Worry," and "Trapped" by Roberta Allen.
A candid interview with '80s downtown actor and playwright Jeff Weiss, starting with a scene from And That's How the Rent Gets Paid, Part IV and continuing with questions pulled from a hat.
Painting by Freya Hansell.
Painting by Stephen Lack.
Recurve and Interpolator by Steve Wood.
Painting by Terry Rosenberg.