Marek Bartelik speaks with Wiesław Borowski, the founder of the legendary Galeria Foksal in Warsaw, which played a seminal role as a unique art institution, confronting and absorbing the ambiguities of the oppressive political system in Poland.
On the occasion of her installation of Reveal at John Davis Gallery (September 15 October 9), the Brooklyn Rails Ben La Rocco visited sculptor Gillian Jagger at her horse farm and studio in Kerhonkson, NY to discuss her life and work.
While busily preparing for her new exhibit Canonical at CANADA gallery (September 14 October 16, 2011) the painter Carrie Moyer took time to stop by the Rails headquarters and talk with publisher Phong Bui about her life and work.
After a pub lunch of lamb kidney and sweetbread salad and with the cool breezes wafting in off the coastal Suffolk marshes, William Corwin sat down with Sarah Lucas on the back terrace of Snape Maltings to discuss her first ever public sculpture Perceval and her current project/exhibition with Gelatin at the Kunsthalle Krems.
Beuys was fascinated by the Twin Towers. He must have seen them to great effect when he flew into John F. Kennedy Airport on January 19. In the terms of his theory of sculpture, the Twin Towers were classic crystalline forms: rigid, dry, and cold, like the basalt columns of 7000 Oaks.
George Gittoes was recently able to set aside some time for an extended conversation with Railpublisher Phong Bui and his students in the MFA Art Criticism and Writing program at the School of Visual Arts, via Skype from Pakistan.