By Ann C. Collins
JUL-AUG 2019 | ArtSeen
The tension between forced confinement and self-designed sanctuary lies at the heart of Leighs art-making, which spans sculpture, installation, video, and social practice: the show takes its name from the 1861 memoir of slave-turned-abolitionist and writer Harriet Jacobs
By Noah Marcel Sudarsky
DEC 19-JAN 20 | Fiction
My father always claimed to hold the key to one of the most publicized missing persons case of the twentieth century. He knew what had happened to Jade Mandrake Klein, the ill-fated wife of the heir apparent to New York Citys wealthiest real estate dynastyan understated clan that makes the Trumps look like bit players in the realty and development game.