Rachael Rakes on Jacqueline Goss’s video art and new film The Observers.
Yang Fudong, known for his his elegant, puzzle-like films, speaks with curator Li Zhenhua about his latest project The Fifth Night.
Johannesburg to New York, a joint exhibition by Samson Mnisi and Cannon Hersey, at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts succeeds, ultimately, at inspiring unity.
Annie Dewitt reviews Kelly Reichardt’s new film, Wendy and Lucy.
“I want the movie to be a living thing. I like the mistakes. I encourage the actors to go off and improvise and improve upon their characters. I like it when it’s a bit chaotic.”
She rented the old house on an impulse. It was too big and too far away but she rented it anyway. The owners wanted to meet her.
The process of making photographs is full of mind twists: upside downs, downside ups, negatives/positives, blacks/whites…The camera sees with a lens that projects an upside-down image on the ground glass of a view camera.
April 1995 I was among 100 artists from around the world invited to participate in a three week long exhibition to honor lsrael’s “Year of Peace.” Construction in Process—Coexistence took place in and around Mitzpe-Ramon, a small desert town on the edge of the world’s largest crater.
Now I laugh at everything and not for the irony.
DON’T TOUCH ME
I am sleeping in the middle of a desert
on sackcloth, on hot sand