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Chris Lewis is an American sculptor and landscape artist who produces site-specific sculptures within natural and urban settings.
Jessica Gaddis is a New York-based artist who works with painting, ceramics, found objects, sculpture and installation. Her work…
Jessica Borusky, is an artist, educator, and curator currently living and working in Kansas City, MO. Her performances, videos and…
Erik Benjamins, an LA-based artist, adopts materials and languages across the visual, performing, culinary, and design communities…
Elisabeth Smolarz (b. 1976) is a New York-based artist from Poland. Smolarz is a visual artist who often asks strangers to become…
This week BTR speaks with Howie Good about his recent collection of poems "A Ghost Sings, A door Opens," which was published by…
This Week: Filmmaker and Geographer Brett Story discusses her new film The Prison in Twelve Landscapes.  The documentary…
This Week: Filmmakers Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya discuss their new documentary about Indian traveling cinemas. The…
This week: Filmmaker Bill Morrison discusses his new documentary Dawson City: Frozen in Time. The film is screening on…
This Week: Photographer Lynn Saville discusses her new book Dark City: Urban America at Night.
This week, in honor of the start of football season, a conversation with with Michael Oriard. Michael is a writer, cultural…
Author, curator and photography historian Gail Buckland talks about her new book and exhibition Who Shot Sports: A Photographic…
This week: Writer Kate Wagner discusses her research and fascination with architecture's greatest monstrosity: The McMansion.…
 “The Wolves” from Ghost Stepping This Week: Photographer Molly Lamb discusses her work, growing up in the South, and…
Prolific documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman talks about his new film In Jackson Heights, a portrait of the Jackson Heights…
Andrew Beccone discusses The Reanimation Library, a collection of about twenty-five hundred overlooked, forgotten, and discarded…
Filmmaker Molly Bernstein talks about her new documentary, a portrait of artist Rosamund Purcell called An Art That Nature Makes:…
This week: Documentary filmmaker Pieter Van Huystee talks about his new film Hieronymus Bosch, Touched By The Devil. The…
Artist Theresa Ganz talks about making her photo-based collages and her interest in 19th and 21st century visions of the…
Laura Israel is the director of Don't Blink: Robert Frank, a new documentary about the influential artist, photographer and…
Artist Amelia Konow talks about working in the darkroom, gravitational waves, and printing on 50 year old photo paper. In her…
Photographer Amy Eckert talks about her collage work and her photography project, Manufacturing Home. For the project Amy…
Photographer Lisa Elmaleh talks about driving her homemade, portable darkroom through the American Southeast to take photographs…
Landscape architect David Seiter talks about his new project: Spontaneous Urban Plants: Weeds in NYC. David is interested in how…
Filmmaker Cem Kaya talks about his documentary Remake Remix Rip-Off. The film chronicles the rise and fall of Yesilcam, the…
Denver, Colorado based artist and photographer Edie Winograde talks about her project Sight Seen, which she made while traveling…
Artist, writer, and self-described experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats talks about his new book, "You Belong to the Universe:…
In his new photo book, "War is Beautiful," writer David Shields argues that the New York Times' front page photographs of our wars…
Geoff Manaugh talks about his new book A Burglar's Guide to the City. The book poses the question: How do we see a building or the…
Curator Ksenia Nouril talks about her exhibition Dreamworlds and Catastrophes:Intersections of Art and Science in the Dodge…
Photographer Rian Dundon discusses his book FAN, which he photographed over nine months while working as an English tutor to Fan…
Artists Franco and Eva Mattes discuss their latest project, Dark Content. The project explores the world of content moderators,…
Artist Christine Osinski has a new book of photos called Summer Days Staten Island. The project, shot in the early 1980s,…
Cyber-security expert Mikko Hypponen discusses The Malware Museum: a collection of computer viruses from the 80s and 90s that…
Artists Aaron Hughes and Amber Ginsburg discuss TEA, a project that grew out of Aaron's encounters with tea, and being offered tea…
A conversation with the executive director of Freemuse, a non-profit that tracks violations of artistic expression around the…
Artist Dana Sherwood is interested in the boundaries between the domestic and the wild. She is particularly known for work that…
Curator Matthew Abess discusses his new exhibition Margin of Error. The show features art and ephemera that speak to both the…
Dawn Porter discusses her new film Trapped. The documentary looks at abortion clinics and providers in the South that are…
Jon Fox is the director of the new documentary Newman. The film tells the story of a self-educated inventor named Joseph Newman…
Carl Corey is a photographer based in River Falls, Wisconsin. Lately, he's been traveling the country in his small Winnebago…
This week we examine the roots of color photography. It's a history in which artists, popular magazines, advertisers, and film…
Jonathon Keats is an artist and experimental philosopher. In his book, Forged, he makes the case for why forgers are the greatest…
In her book, Studio Life, writer and photographer Sarah Trigg documents the studio practices of artists across America,…
Hank Hivnor has been working as a psychic, healer, and spiritual medium for over a decade. His clients include people from all…
This week we take a look at an exhibition currently on view at the Jewish Museum here in New York. The show is called Unorthodox…
For years the subject of photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah's work has been the people in one particular spot in New York…
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a handful of artists began leaving New York City to make monumental artworks in the landscape…