The Lives of the Other Half

Alyssa Tang 2009-05-19

Lili Almog’s solo show, “The Other Half of the Sky,” at Andrea Meislin Gallery offers a layered view of female identity in minority groups throughout China.


The Work of Art

admin 2009-05-01

”Art/Work” is a guide designed to help artists navigate the competitive waters of the art world.


In From the Street: An Interview with Cycle

Isabel Kirsch 2009-03-12

NYAB talks with the artist about his graffiti work and new paintings up at Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn.


Unbranded: An interview with Hank Willis Thomas

Teri Duerr 2009-03-05

NYAB talks to the artist about his work, the new book and sister show, “Pitch Blackness,” at Jack Shainman Gallery in NYC, as well as his thoughts on Barack Obama and what a “post-black” America might really mean.


All Tomorrow’s Parties: Leah Tinari Sets the Scene

Laura Meli 2009-02-14

NYAB talks with painter Leah Tinari, whose current show, “Sneak a Peek,” is on view at Mixed Greens in Chelsea.

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Revel In: Tod Seelie

Revel In New York 2009-02-06

A video interview with the Bushwick-based photographer, whose work is part of a new exhibition at Glowlab in SoHo. Thanks to Revel In New York for the collaboration.

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Spray On Symmetry

Alyssa Tang 2008-12-30

Keltie Ferris’ first solo show in New York delivers abstract works that are endearingly honest. NYAB found the artist to be much the same in an interview at her studio.


Death Becomes Him: The Art of Marc Seguin

Amanda Scigaj 2008-10-29

NYAB interviews artist Marc Seguin in his Brooklyn studio amidst his dark, sometimes humorous paintings that incorporate delicate strokes, taxidermied animals and Vatican-issued pope portraits.


Hallucinations and Hysteria: An Interview with Zoe Beloff

Alex Callender 2008-09-24

“On a personal level, I feel a great deal of empathy towards these women…I see myself in some ways as attempting to give them a voice. I think of them as visionaries.”

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Wild & Woolly: The Creative Mind of Hrafnhildur Arnardottir

Isabel Kirsch 2008-08-25

NYAB chats with artist Hrafnhildur Arnardottir (aka Shoplifter) about her current window installation at the MoMA’s The Modern, her work in fashion and music, and what it is about hair and fur that sparks her imagination.


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