Annie Godfrey Larmon

Maya Lin

Maya Lin discusses What Is Missing?, a project and interactive website

December 2014

In 2012, three decades after ground was broken for her Vietnam Veterans Memorial, artist and architect Maya Lin unveiled her final memorial: What Is Missing?, a multimedia project and interactive website charged with garnering awareness of… READ ON


Heart to Art

The 10th annual ArtCrush

August 2014 ASPEN

WHILE SQUEEZING into a diminutive plane in Denver the Wednesday before last, the group of art-worlders en route to the Aspen Art Museum’s tenth annual three-day ArtCrush benefit auction and bacchanal were barraged with a squawk: “But I … READ ON


“Katinka Bock: A and I”

January 2014

Curated by Luis Croquer Paris-based German sculptor Katinka Bock’s formally austere objects often strike a mild dissonance with the spaces that contain them. Made from found wood, cement, iron, and sand, her works revisit the vernacular … READ ON


Société Réaliste


October 2013

Jagged text on a new hot-red awning on Broome Street instructs “Lasciate ogne stranezza voi ch’intrate” (Abandon all strangeness ye who enter here). The work, produced by the Paris-based cooperative Société Réaliste as part of their… READ ON


Alex Da Corte

Alex Da Corte speaks about his current exhibition, “Fun Sponge”

July 2013

Alex Da Corte is a Philadelphia-based artist, collector, and scavenger. His work in video, installation, and painting is invested in troubling and disseminating the notion of authorship while simultaneously tracing networks and communities.… READ ON



Marres Centre for Contemporary Culture

May 2013

In 1986, Conceptual art pioneer Seth Siegelaub founded the Amsterdam-based Centre for Social Research on Old Textiles (CSROT), an institution dedicated to investigating the social history of textiles. Today, the CSROT’s collection contains… READ ON