The Michelangelo of New Mexico
by Stephanie Elizondo Griest
Frederico Vigil, frescoist of latino history, needs a new wall.
The Last Man For The Job
by Fritz Swanson
Former American Type Founders company employee Theo Rehak is struggling to preserve a factory’s worth of machines and skills—in his backyard.
by Chinnie Ding
What can screen savers tell us about our wishes, our anxieties, and our obsessions?
Cows & Daffodils
a new poem by Jonathan Greenhause
Tennessee Williams on Art and Sex
a new poem by Ansel Elkins
What the Swedes Read
by Daniel Handler
Real Life Rock Top Ten
by Greil Marcus
Musin’s and Thinkin’s
by Jack Pendarvis
Stuff I’ve Been Reading
by Nick Hornby
interviewed by David Balzer
As Inuit artist co-operatives blossom in the Far North of Canada, artists once branded “traditional” learn to embrace the new economy.
interviewed by Derek McCormack
On how to allude to existential ideas when dressing a werewolf in department-store underwear.
in conversation with Carter
The artists are joined, via Ouija board in the haunted Bowery Hotel, by the spirits of John Ritter and one “Wehsu.”
interviewed by Nell Boeschenstein
“Everybody is navel-gazing. It’s just a question of whether you do a good job at it or whether you’re bad at it.”
micro-interviewed by Ross Simonini
Schema: An Ed Ruscha Food Pyramid
by Rebecca Giordano
edited by Alvin Buenaventura
Artist-Edition Paper Airplanes
by various contemporary artists
Michele Abeles, Toilet Paper, Sam Falls, Ryan Gander, Letha Wilson, Lucas Blalock, Keller/Kosmas, Carlos Charlie Perez, Forster Rudolph and Mariah Robertson, Aleksandra Domanovic, John Houck, Oliver Laric, David Altmejd, Elizabeth McAlpine, Trevor Paglen.
curated by Chris Wiley
The Rona Jaffe Foundation ANTI- / Tom Waits
Association of Writers and Writing Programs
Pacific Standard Time Paul Kasmin Gallery