Tag: emily friedman

Interview with Tal R

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 15 INTERVIEW BY EMILY FRIEDMAN Trousers, 2015, crayon, pigment & rabbit glue on, canvas “To sleep, perchance to dream—” Forgive the truism, but when considering the work of Israeli-Danish artist Tal R., overcooked Hamlet once again feels relevant. An eternally curious multi-media…

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Issue 14: Jamian Juliano Villani

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 14 “Fuck making a good painting…try making an interesting one.” Exploding with images culled from diverse sources—animator Ralph Bakshi, deviant Japanese mythology, latent Italian Futurism—artist Jamian Juliano-Vallani creates bizarre exquisite corpse paintings with an eerie airbrushed perfection. Weird as the results are, and adamant…

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A Conversation with Maren Karlson

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 14 INTERVIEW BY EMILY FRIEDMAN From her studio in Berlin, Maren Karlson makes drawings of powerful women interfacing in a world of recurrent tropes that range from dominatrix Mickey Mouse, hyper-geometric interiors, and half-burnt cigarettes. The character is mammoth, with undulating arms…

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