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Ann Fensterstock is the author of the book Art On The Block. The book charts the history of the New York art world over the last…
Hannah Barrett is a painter based in Brooklyn. Her work draws from a range of subject matter including old cookbooks, vintage…
Video artist Janaye Brown makes single-shot videos based around the surreal and mundane moments of everyday life. In a four…
This week on the show I speak with multi-media artist Orlando Estrada. Orlando creates installations, sculptures, and performances…
Stephen Fan is a designer and adjunct assistant professor in the Art History and Architectural Studies department at Connecticut…
Mika Kaurismäki is the director of the new film The Girl King. The film tells the story of Queen Kristina of Sweden, who in the…
Artist Roxanne Jackson has taken an unconventional approach to her life as an artist. Before going to grad school to study art…
Photographer Carolyn Russo has been traveling the world photographing the architecture of air traffic control towers. These…
Jenni Olson is the director of the new film, The Royal Road. She describes the film as a cinematic essay, and it's structure is…
Photographer Brian Ulrich has spent the last 15 years photographing the landscape of American consumerism. After 9/11, when the…
This week on the show I talk with filmmaker and anthropologist J.P.Sniadecki about his new documentary The Iron Ministry. J.P.…
Rodney Asher is the director of the new documentary, The Nightmare. The film tells the stories of eight people who chronically…
Michael Madsen is an artist and filmmaker. In his new documentary The Visit, he tackles perhaps one of the biggest questions of…
Artist Rithika Merchant's new series, Luna Tabulatorum, tell a story inspired by the moon. In the paintings human-like figures,…
For the several years photographer Daniel Cronin attended The Gathering of the Juggalos, an annual festival for die-hard fans of…
Fred Ritchin is an authority on the future of photography. He's written several books on the subject, and his newest, Bending the…
Photographer Ryan Spencer spent about two years watching dozens of disaster movies. As he went he photographed stills from these…
This week we speak with Jane Brown, editor of the new photo book Both Sides of Sunset. The book examines how photographers have…
Marc Fischer is the administrator of Public Collectors an online archive dedicated to preserving cultural artifacts that don’t…
Photographer Meryl Meisler grew up on the South Shore of Long Island, and in the 1970s she began photographing her family, friends…
This week on Art Uncovered I talk with artist Sarah Rothberg. Her virtual reality installation Memory/Place: My House is part of…
If you lived in Romania in the 1980s and happened to catch a government sanctioned screening of a foreign film or TV show, your…
This week on Art Uncovered I sit down with artist Eileen Maxson. Her new solo show at Microscope gallery in Bushwick is called I…
Michael Kamber is a veteran photojournalist and founder of the Bronx Documentary Center. His is also co-curator of the BDC's new…
Artist Danielle DeJesus was born and raised in Bushwick. About ten years ago, when she was in high school, she realized her…
In Japan 3/11 refers to the earthquake, tsunami and meltdown off the Fukishima nuclear power plant that occurred on March 11th…
This week on the show, artist Jessamyn Lovell talks about photography, surveillance and what it was like tracking down the woman…
Carla Gannis, The Garden of Emoji Delights, 2015 This week on the show, Brooklyn multi-media artist Carla Gannis talks about…
Sharon Shattuck's father came out as transgender and changed her name to Trisha when Sharon was in middle school. As a kid just…
In his book, Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analog Age, Robert Burley documents the infrastructure that…
My guest this week is Antwerp-based photographer Jan Kempenaers. Jan broke out on the photography scene in 2010 when he published…
When photographer Patrick Gookin moved to Los Angeles he found himself spending a lot of time in the car. Driving to work he began…
Jonathan Monaghan makes short films that combine high end computer animation, with surreal and fantastical scenes drawn from…
In the 1960s singer Ros Serey Sothea was one of the biggest stars in Cambodia. In those days the capital Phnom Penh was the hub…
Artist Tuur Van Balen is interested in the grey areas between art and science, biology and technology, mass production and the…
Photographer Tessa Traeger has been using a trove of victorian glass negatives to create her new project The Chemistry of light.…
Julia Haslett is the director of the documentary An Encounter with Simone Weil. The film tells the story of French Philosopher…
This week on the show, I talk with Brooklyn-based artist Sara Marie Miller. Sara works primarily in printmaking and her work…
San Francisco based photographer Jin Zhu's project Endless Stream looks at California's Central Valley. Jin has been…
Amy Franceschini is an artist and one of the founders of Future Farmers, an collective of artists, designers, architects, and…
Jill Bugajski and John Paul Murphy are the curators of the exhibition The Left Front: Radical Art in the Red Decade 1929 to 1940,…
Australian artist Tega Brain is interested in re-imagining the systems, infrastructures, and networks that govern our…
This week on the show my guest is artist Doug Young. Doug has just begun a new body of work of paintings on glass, using a…
Creepiness by Adam Kotsko, Zero Books
The documentary My Brooklyn, directed by this week's guest Kelly Anderson, examines the forces that are rapidly transforming the…
How would you go about writing a 1000-year long piece of music? Jem Finer has figured out at way to do just that. The artist,…
Artist Fernando Orellana may have invented a device to help ghosts reconnect with the world of the living. In a new project called…
This week on the show U.K.-based artist Sig Waller joins me to talk about her collage work and paintings. Through the use of found…
Jenny Vogel is a new media artist working in video, photography, printmaking, performance and installation. She's interested in…
Since ancient times, humans have been making images as a way to understand the cosmos. Our illustrations, maps, diagrams and…
New York-based artist Ross Racine creates aerial views of fictional suburban landscapes. This month his work is part of an…
Brian Belott makes collages, collects found audio, and is an all around great and talented dude. A while back he invited me to…