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View Inside: Zaun Lee

by on June 6th 2017


  Yesterday I visited Zaun Lee in her studio on the Upper West Side. Given the logical cohesion and conceptual rigor that characterizes much of her generally drawing-based, structurally reflective work, it seemed very fitting for her space to be so orderly. Zaun walked me here and there and back and forth through the thoughts [READ ►]

Interview: Jayoung Yoon

by on July 27th 2016

Jayoung Yoon - Sensing Thought 03

Keith Schweitzer of ART(inter) in conversation with New York-based artist Jayoung Yoon.   KS: There’s a lovely connective thread along all of your work—the sculpture, performance, and film. I get a definite sense of ritual and meditation. The work is haunting, particularly the sculpture, as mysterious and ancient artifacts of a culture unknown to me. [READ ►]

View Inside: NARS Foundation

by on May 1st 2016

All photographs by Paul D'Agostino.

  On the fourth floor of a fortunately yet-industrial, local-beacon-like outcropping on the corner of 2nd Avenue and 46th Street in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, is the NARS Foundation, an arts organization and residency program. During my recent round of studio visits there as a guest critic, I met with Gunilla Daga, from Sweden; Julie Trudel, [READ ►]