Interviews With Alison Knowles, July-October 2001, New York CityBy Ellen Pearlman
Knowles: Ellen, it was great you came to the performance last night (At the Drawing Center). Tell me what you thought of it?
Janet Cardiff: A Survey of Works, Including Collaborations with George Bures Miller P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center October 14, 2001-January 31, 2002By Daniel Baird
You are standing in the room beside the stairwell on the second floor of P.S.1. It is a gray Sunday in October, a day of openings, and P.S.1 is packed with people, irritable journalists with their stick-on press passes, posturing hipsters, squealing children.
Tom Friedman at the New Museum of Contemporary ArtBy Daniel Baird
In an interview with novelist Dennis Cooper printed in the Phaidon catalogue that accompanies the survey of Tom Friedmans work currently at the New Museum of Contemporary art, Friedman describes a pivotal crisis in which he cleared out his studio, boarded up the windows and closets, and painted everything in an intense, uniform white.
E.H. Gombrich Remembered (1909-2001)By Phong Bui
For many of us, E.H. Gombrich was known as an author of the widely popular The Story of Art, which sold millions of copies and was translated into more than twenty languages.