Connecting real space and virtual images.
The late Iranian filmmaker’s final work is an ethereal study of the mechanics of cinema.
During the 1990s, Catherine Howe and I were painters in the same downtown studio building at the edge of the West Side Highway and frequent visitors to each other’s work space.
Suzanne Bocanegra and I met recently at a tiny coffee shop to talk about her drawings. I have always loved her work, though I have rarely thought about why.
Jim Butler’s recent paintings bring to the tradition of “realism” a concern for the act of perception.
A glass a day, every day…An artist’s obsession: the act of painting.
Wilson discusses her “weather” paintings with Mimi Thompson.
Two photographs, No Room For Squares and I Feel the Goodness Going Out of Me, by Elliott Schwartz.
Silverprint, Kitchen Window with Corrall by James Casebere.
A discussion between long-time BOMB contributor Gary Indiana and the late Robert Mapplethorpe on the New York art scene of the late 1980s and the difficulties of intimacy, comfort and eroticism in photography and portraiture.
Two cibachrome prints, titled Kiwi Neutral and Aleseir Nesore by Clegg and Guttman.
Two untitled palladium platinum prints by Jan Groover.