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“Whence do you know the happiness of fish?“ Tin-Tong Chang at Kunst Kraft Werk, Leipzig, Germany

“Whence do you know the happiness of fish?“ Tin-Tong Chang at Kunst Kraft Werk, Leipzig, Germany by Maeshelle West-Davies Last night I saved the life of a fish by ordering a pizza. I was at […]

Mar, 07

Artist Interview: Michael Pohl

AR: Michaels Pohl is an emerging multi-media artist based in Berlin. I was recently introduced to his work by a peer, but because Pohl is Berlin-based (I live in Brooklyn myself), the only way I […]

Feb, 16

Artist Interview: Nicole Awai

Nicole Awai, a Trinidadian born, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist has a distinct visual language. She works in a broad range of formats and materials including beautiful diagrammatic drawings, nebulous 3-D resin paintings, and mixed-media sculptures and […]

Dec, 13

Artist Interview: Kristen Morgin

Art-Rated’s Jonathan Beer and Lily Koto Olive recently interviewed LA-based artist Kristen Morgin about her solo show “Kristen Morgin: The Super Can Man and Other Illustrated Classics,” currently on view at Zach Feuer Gallery in New […]

May, 01

A Conversation with Steven Oliver

Oliver Ranch in California’s Sonoma County is home to one of the most ambitious private collections of site-specific art in the United States. Steven Oliver, founder of the construction firm Oliver & Company, provides selected […]

Oct, 18

El Anatsui: The Engaged Outsider

“Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui” (open through August 4) is a mid-career survey of the Ghanaian artist El Anatsui. No intellectual ambiguity masks the curatorial agenda here. As the title suggests Mr. […]

Jun, 24

Artist Interview: Hung Liu

Hung Liu is widely considered one of the most important Chinese artists working in America today. Born in 1948 in Chanchung, China, Liu grew up under the Maoist regime.  She experienced first-hand the famine of […]

Mar, 22

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