Richard J. Goldstein

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Alice Aycock by Richard J. Goldstein

Alice Aycock looks back on her early influences and gives insight into her creative process.

Patti Astor by Richard J. Goldstein

Patti Astor talks about her new book and her role in the New York art scene of the 1980s.

BOMB on the Scene: The Evolution of Stephen Posen by Richard J. Goldstein
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Consider the Pearl by Richard J. Goldstein
​Arch Connelly

Designer Gigi Ferrante shares artist Arch Connelly’s style book and philosophy on art and life on the occasion of his exhibition at La MaMa Galleria.

Consider the Pearl by Richard J. Goldstein

Designer Gigi Ferrante shares artist Arch Connelly’s style book and philosophy on art and life on the occasion of his exhibition at La MaMa Galleria.

Studio Visit: Bjorn Copeland

Watch a BOMB Extra Video with artist Bjorn Copeland, whose band Black Dice has a new album, Mr. Impossible, out now.

John Waters at MoMA by Richard J. Goldstein

The many sides of John Waters get split up into two books this season—BOMBlog investigates.

Lives, Lace, Letters by Richard J. Goldstein

Triple ruffled at the wrist, her lace gloved hand, cocked—index and thumb extended, covers the lower half of her face above which two dark eyes dare.

Michele Oka Doner’s A Walk on the Beach by Richard J. Goldstein

Michele Oka Doner’s A Walk on the Beach installation at the Miami International Airport welcomes all with terrazzo, bronze, and mother-of-pearl.

BOMB on the Scene: Robert Lobe by Richard J. Goldstein
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Richard J. Goldstein meets sculptor Robert Lobe in the alchemical environment of his work. Watch a video of their July visit, and then head out to see the installation in its fall splendor.

BOMB on the Scene: Dorothea Rockburne, Part 2 by Richard J. Goldstein

Richard J. Goldstein explores the shifting, spectral geometry of Dorothea Rockburne’s retrospective, In My Mind’s Eye. Watch a video of his visit in the second of a two part installment of BOMB on the Scene.

BOMB on the Scene: Dorothea Rockburne, Part 1 by Richard J. Goldstein
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Richard J. Goldstein explores the shifting, spectral geometry of Dorothea Rockburne’s retrospective, In My Mind’s Eye. Watch a video of his visit in the first of a two part installment of BOMB on the Scene.

Roundtable: Don’t Wake Up by Richard J. Goldstein
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In this roundtable discussion with the participants of the new art show Don’t Wake Up, Richard Goldstein inquires to each artist how estrangement, displacement, and their environment effect their artwork.

How To Build A Forest: Lisa D’Amour, Katie Pearl, and Shawn Hall by Richard J. Goldstein
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Richard Goldstein talks to Lisa D’Amour, Katie Pearl, and Shawn Hall about why we need to “partner” with the environment and how their collaborations developed organically into the interactive installation How To Build A Forest.

Jane Benson: The Splits I by Richard J. Goldstein
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Listen to “The Splits I” from The Splits, composed by Matt Schickele for Jane Benson’s splits dectet.

How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere by Richard J. Goldstein
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Ralph Lemon’s How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere is as uncontainable as it is elusive. How can a dance that pretty much denies its existence as dance, a “no dance” of “no style,” be written about?

The Eldridge Street Synagogue by Richard J. Goldstein

Driven by collaboration, combining old and new methods, and a unique symbolism, Deborah Gans speaks to Richard J. Goldstein about the rose window she and Kiki Smith designed for the landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue.

Rashaad Newsome by Richard J. Goldstein
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Through his hip hop baroque style, Rashaad Newsome exposes how language is shared between cultures and across time. At the core of this, he articulates the relationship between gesture and language as an issue of abstracted identity in conversation with Richard Goldstein.

A Sentimental Horror by Richard J. Goldstein
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Marnie Weber haunts the grounds of the Altadena Cemetery in her latest film/installation/performance project. Eternity Forever marks the death of her band The Spirit Girls and the birth of a new one, Fäuxmish.

Sam Amidon by Richard J. Goldstein
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On a summer night last July BOMBlog contributor Richard Goldstein came across something out of the ordinary in a Chelsea gallery, among Bill Beckley’s photographs was experimental folk musician Sam Amidon.

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