Bahati Simoens — how her childhood, her mother's life, and today's society influence her paintings
“Every human being is a collage with different layers, and I think it’s very important to be kind - not only towards others, but towards yourself as well. Especially as a black woman.”
Art — 5 months ago
New York's Peter Pan: Street Photographer Sara Messinger
Sara is a New York City Street Photography Collective fellow whose commissions include The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Major League Soccer, and Dr. Martens.
Photography — a year ago
Janie Korn on her wax candles, introversion, and a devious can of beans
Combining her love for art that invites interaction with her own use of intention candles, Janie was naturally drawn back towards candle making. Her hand-painted wax candles are inherently dynamic, ever changing each time they burn.
Daniel Arnold reflects on 2020, New York, and his makeshift bird feeder
It has been a year since I last spoke to Daniel Arnold. There have been many lifetimes in between now and then. But there I was, sitting across from one of the greatest photographers in New York in the place most of us spent our entire 2020: his home.
Photography — 2 years ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Aaron Samuel Davis
Aaron's work aims to create a space where fearlessness is respected and honored, and where he may use the voice and the body as a form of resistance.
StoriesOn Creating Strikethrough: The Process Behind Erasure Poetry in Choreographic Scores2 years ago
ArtQuarantining Through Dance: Interview with Basia Lamy2 years ago
StoriesBi-Coastal Photo Flights: A Theory on the Ecology of Memory2 years ago
ArtQuarantining Through Dance: Interview with Jasmine Domfort3 years ago