Lynn McGee - Plants at Work
Sparrow - Silent Calls
John S. Hall - How They Fucked (In Three Parts)
Patrick O'Neil - Looking Back: Anxiety’s Greatest Hits
Melissa Febos - Somerville
Dan Becker - Dan Becker – compositions
Drew Hubner - Mt. Eden 1978-82
Erika Schickel - Unsupervised: My Life as a Bad Girl
Bernard Meisler - All This Life: A Novel by Joshua Mohr – A Review
Breyten Breytenbach - Catastrophes
Max Blagg - The Best Night of His Life
Stephen Lack - New Paintings – Stephen Lack
James Greer - If You’re So Special, Why Aren’t You Dead?
Chris Bava - Zona Norte – Photographs
City Of Strangers - Letter From Santee
Vladislav Khodasevich & Jenny Wade - Vladislav Khodasevich: Midlife Meltdown in Paris
Edward S. Robinson - You Can Win: An Interview with Díre McCain
Johanna Ellen - Eat Me
Jack Micheline - It Is Not Here on Earth What I Am Seeking
Steve Horowitz - Super Size Me – 10th Anniversary Soundtrack
D. Scot Miller - Afro-Surreal Excerpt
Charles Gatewood - Wall Street – Charles Gatewood Photographs
Marguerite Van Cook - Twenty-Four Islands
The Editors - Steve Adams – Triskotronica
Steve Dalachinsky - on the b-38
Here they are, warts and all, available for the first time in over 15 years – scanned versions of the original print run of Peau Sensible/Sensitive Skin, from 1991 – 1994, in PDF format.
Jam-packed with downtown NYC superstars, writers, musicians and artists, including Richard Hell, Herbert Huncke, Richard Kern, Eileen Myles, Jack Micheline, Emily XYZ, Patrick McGrath, Taylor Mead and many, many more.
I first saw the gold crescent of renegade freedom dangling from the lobe of a nameless hairy hippy Goy, his scrawny, insolent neck bound by a red bandanna. He leaned with outthrust hip of impertinent American coolness against the miniature white plaster-like Arc D’Triumph that looms in meager solemnity over the leafy green, daggered streetlamps… Read more »
Jason moved across the floor on his hands and knees, I see him this way constantly, in that scooting motion, making his way to the records lined against the other wall. Dawn is lighting up outside. He says, “You have to know what you mean before you mean what you say.” Photograph by Jean-Christian Bourcart… Read more »
Justine Frischmann employs the Low-Fi materials of a suburban hardware store to dig through the ash and rubble of Modernism.
The narrative demand for something unusual keeps us wanting more, even while existing narratives are still valid and effective. Fashions once developed across centuries; now we expect each decade to distinguish itself in terms of music, style, and idea. In spite of the bewildering range of content available in every field, we require innovation. Filmmakers, musicians, writers, scholars and scientists are all trying to come up with something original. Nothing wrong with that. The madness is that we think that only new ideas are good ideas.
Hal Hirshorn makes 21st century photographs using 19th century materials and methods. Specifically, salt prints, a technique invented by William Henry Fox Talbot in 1841. The intention however is not to recreate period facsimiles. Hirshorn creates images outside of standard time, characters in an undefined spiritual location conjured by the artist’s and the viewer’s imagination…. Read more »