arts writing

Six and a Half Ways to Disappear

Tehching Hsieh created six of the most rigorous and astonishing artworks in modern history. I visit his cafe in Brooklyn and watch him fold napkins on The Offing.

 


Tracing the Lasting Influence of Black Power

I visit the Schomburg Center's display on Black Power—its poetry, music, international influence, and ongoing legacy—for Hyperallergic.

A Brief History of the Art Collectives of NYC’s Chinatown

Chinatown has long been a home to radical organizers and artists, collectives, and movements that have taken on questions of art production and displacement. Some highlights for Hyperallergic.


Park Chan-kyong’s Multimedia Works Resurrect Korean History

Park Chan-kyong speaks about ghosts, shamanism, and the divided Korean peninsula through his poetic films and photographs. I write on his solo exhibition at Tina Kim gallery for the Village Voice

No Audience: Rashid Johnson at Hauser + Wirth

Rashid Johnson plays with audience, anxiety, and invisibility at his exhibition of new works. I review it for Village Voice.


Two Men and a Show

Painting legends Willem de Kooning and Zao Wou-Ki never met, but are paired together in an exhibition that opens Dominique Lévy's new gallery space. I interview Lévy for a capsule preview at T Magazine