from Portraits of the Artists as Their Own Subjects
by Mike Lala
MIKE LALA lives in Brooklyn, where he co-curates Fireside Follies and is Assistant Poetry Editor at Washington Square. Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Fence, RHINO 2013, DIAGRAM, Artifice, The Awl, and chapbooks from Knickerbocker Circus (2010) and [sic] Press (2011). More at mikelala.com.
NOV 2014 | Art
With solo exhibitions in Brooklyn and Amsterdam and the publication of an artists book, the photographer Steel Stillman is going public with a deceptively quiet and often disquieting body of work that has absorbed him for many years.
DEC 12-JAN 13 | Books
Jaded Ibis Press holds an odd shaped, polished and engraved stone in a hand-carved painted slingshot. Like David, they are poised with ready aim to hit the big publishing houses dead square in the eye
by Gail Victoria Braddock Quagliata
MAR 2013 | ArtSeen
MomentaArts contribution to the eight-gallery-strong Brooklyn/Montreal Exchange, running from January 11 through February 17, 2013, features the work of Sylvie Cotton (Montreal), Sébastien Cliche (Montreal), and the collaborative team of Mark Tribe and Sophie Knight (New York).
NOV 2012 | Art
Jonathan T. D. Neil and Robert Lazzarini met at the Brooklyn Rails headquarters in mid-October to discuss the artists newest body of work, (damage), which will go on view at Marlborough Chelsea on November 15.