Slippery Icons a Conversation with Catherine Opie

October 2, 2015 Matthew Kyba 0

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine’s Art Curator, Matthew Kyba, in a phone conversation with Catherine Opie about her practice. Please find their edited interview, touching on topics of sexuality, identity, contemporary photography, and her historic work. What are […]

DISCOurse, 2013—present

December 24, 2014 admin 0

In a mirror queerness can hide. Even with the advantage of a rear view, queer’s reflection may not necessarily appear queer. Unlike the way skin color, for example, is always revealed. What the ‘straight’ mirror […] […]

How Old Are You Really?

December 24, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

Once, when I was visiting my daughter in Portland, Oregon, I boarded a street car on my way the Pearl District to visit an art gallery where I’d also planned to meet a friend. Anxious […] […]

Remembering What Is

December 24, 2014 Joey Smith 0

My little dog is very old now. I miss the younger dog, once admired by the likes of Paul McCartney, Kim Basinger, Anne Hathaway, and the steady stream of New York City strollers who have […] […]

Choosing Motherhood

October 14, 2014 Alyssa Siegel 0

When I learned that the focus of this month’s issue was going to be on women, I knew that I wanted to write about how motherhood impacts a woman’s identity. But clarifying what aspects of […] […]

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