Envelope of the Self

May 10, 2013 Yann Pocreau 0

  A Conversation with Yann Pocreau 1. What does this space mean for you? It’s a great idea to show something that is already here, but no one else can see it. You get the […] […]

Concrete Counterpoints

May 10, 2013 Jelena Tomasevic 0

A Conversation with Jelena Tomasevic 1. Your works  are  done on a white background and a steel panel? Yes, the white color is applied directly onto the steel panel, using a special technique. As the […] […]

Defining Moments

May 10, 2013 Ben Peck 0

How a Single Act of Teenage Cruelty Saved My Life Rich kids can be particularly mean. I took pride that I was not one of them. Instead, I was a good middle-class boy with profound […] […]


May 10, 2013 Betsy Bonner 0

Dreamway Every highway has a thousand ghosts, and every ghost, a thousand exits. We line up for the Dreamway, our nation’s first, limited-access divided highway. With a ciggy in one hand, the other spinning Fortune’s […] […]

Couples Therapy

May 10, 2013 Alyssa Siegel 0

Anyone who has ever been in a long term relationship will tell you that it weathered some very rough times, even moments rife with uncertainty about its viability. More than any other reason, people come […] […]

“The Boys”

May 10, 2013 Stanley Siegel 0

Robert lay staring into semi darkness as objects slowly bled in and out of focus, restless fragments of memory sculpted by moonlight that  filtered through the bedroom curtains. Not long ago, when he would awake […] […]

Becoming One

May 10, 2013 Amelie Chabannes 0

A Conversation with Amelie Chabannes 1. Why did you go back to drawing again as a medium? Usually artists do the opposite. They go from drawing or painting to sculpture. Your way is the opposite. […] […]

Anarchy on the Runway

May 10, 2013 Matthew Ortiz 0

I say, “Picture a fashion show in your head,” and then I ask you to describe what’s going on. Let’s assume that your responses would be, “A catwalk; Anna Wintour and her blasé expression affixed […] […]

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