Visual Art


John Kramer

    MULTIPLICITY & ABUNDANCE: A MICRO INTERVIEW WITH JOHN KRAMER by Elaine Sexton Elaine Sexton: Your photographs, what you call “investigations,” were first exhibited at the Art Institute of Boston with the curious title, “Interesting & Dull Shapes,” all taken in the historic Forest Hills Cemetery, founded in 1848, […]


Patricia Cronin

  Shrine for Girls: A Micro-Interview with Patricia Cronin by Elaine Sexton   A Note from the Artist on the Future of this Exhibit, Shrine for Girls: Originally conceived as site-specific sculptural installation reflecting on the global plight of exploited women and girls for the 2015 Venice Biennale inside the […]


Ben McLaughlin

    Time & Memory: A Micro-Interview with Ben McLaughlin by Elaine Sexton   Elaine Sexton:  It was a challenge to select just a few images to represent your work. While each painting stands alone, once seen as a sequence I found looking at the entire body of work to be […]


Amy Sherald

  Making Mirrors: A Micro-Interview with Amy Sherald   by Elaine Sexton   Elaine Sexton: What led you to choose portraiture over other forms, given your interest in “staged narratives”? One can see, immediately, that your portraits are performances, not just a rendering of what you first see, but a […]


Rebecca Allan

    ABSTRACT IMAGES OF THE PLANET: A Micro-Interview with Rebecca Allan by Elaine Sexton   ES: We’ve selected a number of your tondinos, or globe-shaped works to feature in this issue, which you have made alongside your other landscape-oriented work for quite some time. Would you talk a bit about […]