Coda is an animated short film made by And Maps And Plans, a small animation studio based in Dublin. The film, funded by the Irish Film Board, RT
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
In his solo show “Borne Frieze,” opening today at Lehmann Maupin in Chelsea, Robin Rhode explores his South African heritage and the country’s current complexities through four new site-specific works.
“The show will be online forever, until someone pulls the plug on the Internet,” says David Wilfer, the founder of The World’s Best Ever, about the exhibit he curated at Joshua Liner Gallery, “All Types of Characters.”
Artist Nick Cave is embarking on a series of new performances and has a 7,000-square foot retrospective, “Here Hear,” at the museum of his alma mater, Cranbrook Academy of Art, just outside of Detroit.
Photographer Ben Watts released his new book Montauk Dreaming this week, with a retrospective exhibition at the Milk Studios gallery in NYC called WATTSUPMONTAUK. The exhibition features selected works from the book, as well as highlights from Ben’s personal archive, which feature an array of portraits featuring rappers, actors, boxers, skateboarders, and other street characters that are the hallmark of this twenty year career.
Almost 30 minutes of raw New York City bombing footage featuring writers such as Goog, Seo, Panic, and many more!
Every month, Interview picks an artist- or designer-created object that straddles the line between aesthetics and function.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next
Photographer Brigitte Lacombe’s first exhibition in New York, at Phillips, spans the breadth of her 40-year career, from an early portrait of Andy Warhol and a photo on the set of Kramer vs. Kramer to Sienna Miller and the set of The Wolf of Wall Street .