What Queerocracy Looks Like

For Queerocracy, every issue is a queer issue.

Local In Conversation

AMONG THE STRONGEST
ROBIN NAGLE with Gabriel Thompson

Irate drivers, garbage juice, urinating dogs, and super storms are just some of the challenges faced by our sanitation army, who are more than twice as likely to die on the job as police.

Express In Conversation

Israel/Palestine and the Re-education of Sarah Schulman

Ever since her trailblazing work in the ’80s chronicling the AIDS crisis, Sarah Schulman has covered a lot of ground.

Art In Conversation

RICHARD NONAS with Alex Bacon

In conjunction with Richard Nonas’s show at James Fuentes (Richard Nonas, March 8 – April 21, 2013), the sculptor met with Alex Bacon to discuss his complex and imaginative theories of art and aesthetics, and their relation to his unique formation as an anthropologist.

Art In Conversation

ALEX KATZ with David Salle

Artists David Salle and Alex Katz have been friends for well over 30 years. In that time they have had hundreds of conversations about the art of painting and the history of the avant-garde.

Art In Conversation

RONA PONDICK with Phong Bui

On the occasion of her forthcoming exhibit of sculptures and drawings at Sonnabend Gallery (Rona Pondick, March 23 – April 27, 2013) sculptor Rona Pondick welcomed publisher Phong Bui to her East Village studio to discuss her life, work, and more.

Three Notes on the Behavioral Turn

This young century has seen the rise of an art genre devoted to a particular kind of performative repetition: the redo.

Film In Conversation

IT’S ALRIGHT, WILLIAMSBURG
(I’M ONLY BLEEDING)
SU FRIEDRICH with Cynthia Lugo

Gut Renovation chronicles the rapid transformation of Williamsburg as well as Friedrich’s memories of a place she can no longer call home.

from Situations: Events and Spells

Mercedes Roffé is one of Argentina’s leading poets. In 1998 she founded Ediciones Pen Press, a successful indie press dedicated to the publication of contemporary poetry from around the world.

Editor's Messsage Guest Critic

Prolixity and Painting

Verbal language has, arguably, gotten the jump on visuality.

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