Tom McGlynn

The term "social sculpture" is most readily identified with the German conceptual artist Josef Beuys, who has said: “an enlarged understanding of art could work and could break through the borders of isolation which th...

James Romberger

They, a comic written and drawn by James Romberger, from Sensitive Skin Number 8.

Shalom Neuman

If our world is composed of overlapping stimuli which create constant sensory overload, then why should visual art limit itself to any one discipline such as painting, sculpture, print, video or computerized digital ima...

Janice Sloane

In my work, the theme of skin and its impermanence has always been a constant -- starting from the use of wax in painting, to create a textural body, which then emerged from the canvas to the elastic skin of a model I ...

Jeff Spirer

So I was walking in The Mission with my friend, photographer Brad Evans, when he said, "There's the lady with the smile."  He ran across Valencia Street, and I followed.  And there she was, a woman carrying a huge black an...

Banksy

Banksy works from London and the UK, LA, the West Bank, New York and elsewhere. Washing (Image credits banksy) Stream Roller Warden (Image credits banksy) Maid in London (Image credits canonsnapper) Worthl...

John Griffin

My dad, John Griffin Morrissey, was raised in Bay Ridge, Coney Island, and Sunset Park; a Brooklyn boy through and through. He is the eldest, (and craziest) of seven in an Irish Catholic family. His formal education only we...

David West

Paris Cat, or, the Art of David West. I first met David West in New York. West, now as then, documents the musicians of the avant-garde, the people of the underground milieu and his experiences of urban life. His...

J. Boyett

And, in the Predictable Controversy Department, Las Vegas’s The Arts Factory is showing (and selling) the art of John Wayne Gacy, in a show called Multiples. (The actual location for the show is Sin City Gallery.) As of th...

Don Rock

This is a scan of the rear cover of Sensitive Skin #2, from the summer of 1994, by Don Rock. We'll be publishing PDF versions of the original magazine in the near future. Click the image to see the full-sized version - yo...