What Do Palm Trees, Lightning, and a Flattened Chicken Have in Common?
For starters, Berlin-based artist Julius von Bismarck spent the last few years in a South American jungle firing aluminum rockets into raging thunderstorms.
The New York Art Book Fair Was Too Hot and Too Stimulating
Every year the New York Art Book Fair stuffs itself inside of Queens' MoMA PS1, and every year I go and give it all my money.
Andrew Kuo and Scott Reeder Open a Nightclub in a Gallery
The artists join forces for 'It Gets Beta,' a humorous double exhibition at the Marlborough galleries.
Artist Devin Troy Strother Doesn't Want to Talk About Being Black
Strother talked with me about his new solo show, <i>Space Jam</i>, and his desire to be the art-world's version of Michael Jordan: a "supreme entity who's surpassed identity and blackness."