“You get old and older and you turn wood eventually, in death. There is no Resurrection or Redemption—none of it.”
“I felt this need to provide spaces for POC and QPOC with opportunities to show their work because being POC and trying to navigate like how to show your work… within a traditional gallery setting, it’s just really really hard and no one tells you how to go about it and it’s just really difficult.”
Our gift to you: A review of Amir Mitchell-Townes’s “Blacne,” out this Tuesday.
Anya Pertel has been looking carefully, at her friends, at her city, experiencing “many intense conflicting feelings,” which have found their way into her recent paintings.
A day in the life of Cesar Moreno, a self-taught screenwriter, editor, and cinematic artist.
“She’d have a gin and tonic and stare into the carpet as though she’d found God in it.”
The best and worst of dog movies. By Joey.
“True to the spirit of the web, I sent out an anonymous Google Form simply asking that respondents recount their strangest or most “shameful” childhood Internet experience or habit in as much detail as they felt comfortable with. “