Whitney interviews principal co-founder Josh Kaiser of 74Wythe—a new Brooklyn hospitality venue—on the creative project #74WytheFamiliarFaces and its social justice applications.
Vittoria speaks with Jenna Ferrey opening a new brick and mortar space and the excitement for Trotter & Sholer’s first show featuring Azzah Sultan.
Caitlin interviews Paul Gramigna, a Queens-based artist and founder of Art For Food, to learn more about his charitable initiative.
Chun uses color theory to analyze Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers.’
Alexa interviews Shane Townley, to discus his various projects and accomplishments, as well as his flourishing TriBeCa galleries.
Christina fangirls over Jon Burgerman, purveyor of doodles and other mixed-media work.
Part of the UP-ThirdRail Collaboration series, T.K. interviews New York-based artist Robert Janz to discuss poetry, water painting, and his ephemeral art.
Christina interviews Virginia Zamora to discuss the success of her first New York solo show, “I’m Sweaty, Come Thru.”
Caitlin sits down with Marco Santini and discusses how 2019 was a pivotal moment in his art career, the many projects he’s taken on this year, and the challenges he looks forward to in 2020.
Vittoria interviews curator Wendy Horwitz to discuss her upcoming group show “Of Women, By Women,” set to open December 12th at The Storefront Project,