Interviewing Douglas Diaz

It has been my pleasure to write Douglas Diaz on the occasion of his exhibit “Reality of My Life” at Art & Art Gallery in December 2017. The catalogue contains my foreword and an interview that took place across time zones and months in the summer of 2017. My foreword […]

Interviewing Anne-Lise Coste

My interview with Anne-Lise Coste is published in Où suis-je by Patrick Frey Editions. My synopsis for PFE below. â—Šâ—Š Anne-Lise Coste’s fourth monograph, titled Où suis-je, is a collection of penetrating glimpses into the architectural landscape of her childhood as they have morphed and sutured in her mind over time. […]

Printed Matter after the Surge

Originally published at the Cluster Mag, and reposted by ◊◊ When Hurricane Sandy hit New York, the city’s art book powerhouse lost thousands of pamphlets, editions, and irreplaceable works of art. Cluster talks to Printed Matter’s development coordinator about how the venue’s work has changed after the storm. Printed […]

In the Studio with Anne-Lise Coste

Originally published in The WILD Magazine. ◊◊ French-born Anne-Lise Coste is a painterly poet and poetic painter whose text-based works are teasingly familiar and not completely legible. Her practice migrates in medium and motif, but there is something persistently introspective or perhaps autobiographical in Coste’s work; her paintings frequently turn […]

Interviewing Kate Steciw

For toomer labzda’s year one exhibition. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Photoshop. Yeah. I think that’s what I spend the most time using. In the studio it’s different. I mean in the studio it’s just a place where things all come together. But I spend the most […]