By John Domini
JUNE 2017 | Books
For much of his career, on many of his books, one of the country’s most celebrated novelists confined his bio to a single line: “Don DeLillo lives in New York.” That was it, and more recently, as I dug into connections between the man’s work and his native city, I often suspected I wasn’t offering much better.
By William Corwin
MAY 2019 | ArtSeen
Three canvases hang as looming, watchful presences in New York-Centric, an exhibition at the Art Students League of New York curated by James Little: Al Lovings stolid New Hexagon (1996), Dan Christensens Jarrito, (1997) and Ed Clarks sensual and lugubrious X-form Untitled (Bastille Series) (1991).