One of Many Possible Art Issues

  • Figures

    Photos by Richard Kern

  • Tonetta

    "I’ll be your drain tonight.” How’s that for an opening line? Unforgettable? Perverse? And yet somehow... tempting? Keep in mind that it’s being delivered by a man in his early 60s.

  • Russell Haswell

    If you were to encounter any notable person operating in the fields of art, music, fashion, technology, media or science during the last 15 years, chances are they would have a story to tell about Russell Haswell.

  • Jack Kirby In The Valley

    When he first settled in Southern California in 1969, Jack Kirby was kept up at night by hippie bikers circling the hillside on which his ranch-style home was perched.

  • Literary

    When Aron Mörel of London’s Mörel Books put out my first book, which was also his first proper full-run publication, he was a poetry zine publisher with big dreams.

  • Bright Lights

  • Shamim Momin

    After 12 years as a curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where she co-curated the 2004 and 2008 Biennials, Shamim Momin packed up and moved to the other side of the country.

  • Nudes On Film

    Naked and cinematic.

  • The 90s Were Intense

    I first saw Marlene McCarty’s artwork in the late 90s. She made a series of huge portraits of teenage girls who had killed their mothers, accompanied by captions describing the murders in grisly detail.

  • Neville Wakefield

    Neville Wakefield is the sort of writer and curator that is sorely needed today. He questions the institutions that now seem to hover, like creepy gods, over the making of art.

  • Vice Comics

    Erotic Art Collecting Squirrel

  • Sara-vide Ericson

    Sara-Vide Ericson graduated from Sweden’s Royal Institute of Art last year and has already been picked up by the prestigious Galleri Magnus Karlsson, where she recently exhibited her first solo show.