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Artist Interview: Julie Heffernan

Art-Rated’s Jonathan Beer and Lily Koto Olive had the chance to talk with artist Julie Heffernan about the new works in her latest solo show with P.P.O.W. Gallery in New York. ‘Sky is Falling’ opened […]

Oct, 27

Artist Interview: Julie Oppermann

Art-Rated’s Sarah Hall got to sit down with artist Julie Oppermann, these questions come from an interview that took place in May, 2013 in Berlin. AR: I’m here visiting you in your new Berlin studio. You’ve […]

Oct, 11

Artist Interview: Mary Mattingly

Art-Rated: At a glance your work seems very rooted in the creation of objects and projects aimed at artistically raising awareness (and providing solutions) to issues like sustainable living, overconsumption, mass production and environmentally unaware […]

Sep, 05

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

Tiago Estrada – The Wall of Pleasure

In his most recent exhibition with Rooster Gallery, ‘The Wall of Pleasure,’ Portuguese artist Tiago Estrada (b. 1967) confronts the contingencies of expression and the boundaries of language. The title refers to the central work […]

Apr, 05

Artist Interview: Saul Melman

Art-Rated’s Jonathan Beer and Lily Koto Olive had the chance to visit the studio of Brooklyn-based artist Saul Melman. Saul creates immersive environments, performances, and sculptures that integrate tactile and conceptual manifestations of the body. He holds an […]

Mar, 01

INPUT #5: The Blockhouse, Interview with Editor Renee Vara

INPUT is an avant-garde nonprofit journal founded in 2009. The journal seeks to preserve the book form as a space for artistic experimentation and collaboration in the field of art publishing. For each limited edition, a […]

Feb, 08


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