On the occasion of his exhibit, Double Trouble at P.S. 1, which will be on view till November 20th, Rails Consulting Editor Robert Storr and Publisher Phong Bui paid a visit to Ron Gorchovs studio in Brooklyn one afternoon to discuss with the painter his life and work.
You showed us that a cats life was not so bad. You said everything you do is about art. You gave us all the courage and permission to be ourselves. You could always see the absurdity of this life. You taught us the Umbrella Dance.
Sylvère Lotringer is professor of French literature and philosophy at Columbia University and general editor of Semiotext(e). He has a forthcoming book of interviews titled David Wojnarowicz: A definitive history of five or six years on the lower east side, as well as an augmented version of Overexposed: Perverting Perversions. He splits his time between New York and Baja, CA.
In the midst of preparation for her first one-person exhibit at James Cohan Gallery, which will be on view from Sept. 7th to Sept. 30th, Alison Elizabeth Taylor takes time off from her busy schedule to welcome Rail art editor, John Yau, at her Brooklyn Navy Yard studio. After a brief viewing of her only oil painting, Subjects F9-L9 Finish Corporate Pride Project, they sat down and began to discuss her life and work.