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Susan Meiselas speaks with fellow photographer Danny Lyon on the occasion of his recent survey exhibition at the Menil Collection in Houston.
Colm Tóibín speaks with renowned Irish playwright Tom Murphy's whose plays A Whistle in the Dark, Conversations on a Homecoming, and Famine open in NYC this July, for the first time since the '80s.
Cass McCombs, a singer-songwriter of few, carefully chosen words, speaks with his favorite motormouth, fellow musician Ariel Pink.
Writers Blake Butler and Brian Evenson discuss Evenson's genre-bending fiction on the occasion of his recent releases, Immobility, a novel, and Windeye, a collection of short stories.
Kenneth Goldsmith interviews Wayne Koestenbaum on his recently published essay, Humiliation, conceptual study, The Anatomy of Harpo Marx, and poetry collection, Blue Stranger with Mosaic Background.
Sculptors John Newman and B. Wurtz have a common passion for the found object, a delight in the handmade, an incisive knowledge of art history, and a keen sense of humor.
Dancer and choreographer Ralph Lemon and John Hannaham discuss artistic practice as Zen koan; the less performance behaves like performance, the better.
Finnish video installation artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila and author Cary Wolfe exchange thoughts on the sacred, transformation, and biopolitics.
Poetry by Jessica Baran, Lynn Melnick and Daniel Shapiro. Fiction by Joshua Cohen, Gabriella De Ferrari, Carole Maso, and Victoria Moon. Portfolios by Tom Fairs and Margaret Lee.
Artists on Artists
Nic Guagnini on Justin Lieberman, self-hatred, narcissism, criticism, and the possibility of transformation.
April Gornik on the work of painter Lucy Winton, whose central elements she says include mystery, eccentricity, and compassion.
Filmmaker and curator Andrew Lampert on filmmaker Luther Price and his recent works on display at the Whitney Biennial.
Theo Rosenblum and Chelsea Seltzer