In Memory of Steve Parrino
1958 – 2005
His Life was art—his art was life.
Steve was born on Long Island, lived and had his art studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and died in a tragic motorcycle accident on January 1st, two blocks from his home.
For more information on Steven’s art visit the Team Gallery website at teamgal.com/home.html
الفكرة ذكرى / A thought is a memoryBy Sahar Khraibani
MAY 2023 | ArtSeen
The group exhibition الفكرة ذكرى / A thought is a memory curated by Noel Maghathe and on view at CUE Art Foundation includes work by four artists, Zeinab Saab, Kiki Salem, Nailah Taman, and Zeina Zeitoun, who have lineages tracing to the Arab world.
Body MemoryBy Emireth Herrera Valdés
FEB 2023 | ArtSeen
GHOSTMACHINEs inaugural group exhibition, Body Memory, features Bianca Abdi-Boragi, Nicki Cherry, Kyoko Hamaguchi, Calli Roche, and Yvonne Shortt. Their works range in medium, and address the concept of the body from different perspectives. They include examinations of trauma, gestures, values, and physical experiences.
Ride HomeBy Yehui Zhao
APRIL 2023 | Critics Page
Before my seven-day quarantine at a hotel in Fujian Province, I, along with other passengers, were swallowed by a mother sperm whale named Dōng Fāng东方. She was our ride home.
Steve Yarbrough’s Stay Gone DaysBy Joseph Peschel
JUNE 2022 | Books
Steve Yarbrough&rsquop;s eighth novel, Stay Gone Days, follows the lives of two girls, the Cole sisters, Ella and Caroline, who grow up in Loring, Mississippi. After high school, they go their separate ways, and, for the most part, stay gone.