(In Brief) Twentieth Century Architects

A list of powerhouse personalities with a Modernist bloodline. Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE German, 1886-1969 Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe (known primarily by

(In Brief) Twentieth Century Architects

A list of powerhouse personalities with a Modernist bloodline. Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE German, 1886-1969 Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe (known primarily by

Printed Matter after the Surge

Originally published at the Cluster Mag, and reposted by Salon.com. ◊◊ 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

Printed Matter after the Surge

Originally published at the Cluster Mag, and reposted by Salon.com. ◊◊ 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

Taking to his Heels: Jacob Tobia’s High Heel Run

Originally published in The WILD Magazine. ◊◊ Jacob Tobia has an unapologetic (and frankly, unforgettable) stride, and a physical build to suggest an aptitude for running competitively. Last December, he employed both in an inspired fundraiser for the Sandy-devastated Ali

Taking to his Heels: Jacob Tobia’s High Heel Run

Originally published in The WILD Magazine. ◊◊ Jacob Tobia has an unapologetic (and frankly, unforgettable) stride, and a physical build to suggest an aptitude for running competitively. Last December, he employed both in an inspired fundraiser for the Sandy-devastated Ali

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

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

Art in the Aftermath: A Conversation about Miami and Thereafter

Unpublished final post for my Art:21 blogger-in-residence tenure. ◊◊ In my two-week journalistic foray on Art:21’s blog into the effects of Sandy on the lives and livelihoods in the art world, I planned one last post about the art fairs

Art in the Aftermath: A Conversation about Miami and Thereafter

Unpublished final post for my Art:21 blogger-in-residence tenure. ◊◊ In my two-week journalistic foray on Art:21’s blog into the effects of Sandy on the lives and livelihoods in the art world, I planned one last post about the art fairs

(In Brief) the Mexican Revolution

A list that could also have been titled, “Diego Rivera’s friends and dissidents.” Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   JOSÉ CLEMENTE OROZCO Mexican, 1883-1949 Alongside Diego Rivera and David Alfaro

(In Brief) the Mexican Revolution

A list that could also have been titled, “Diego Rivera’s friends and dissidents.” Selections from copywriting artist biographies in 140 words or less; originally written for Artsy.net. ◊◊   JOSÉ CLEMENTE OROZCO Mexican, 1883-1949 Alongside Diego Rivera and David Alfaro