Grady T. Turner
Contributing editor Coco Fusco’s second essay collection, The Bodies That Were Not Ours, demonstrates Fusco’s passion as an interviewer and interrogator of postcolonial legacies.
José Bedia’s art is as fresh as wet graffiti and as ancient as cave paintings.
Raymond Pettibon found his calling as an artist at about the same time punk hit Los Angeles in 1978.
Until her 1998 retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, artist Yayoi Kusama was one of the art world’s best kept secrets. Her infinity nets, phallic sculptures, and nude performances influenced Cornell, Oldenburg, and Warhol.