Author Archives: Blake Eskin


Profiles

Taking the Local

From street stoops to courtrooms, Thomas Roma explores public and private lives in his native Brooklyn. Read More


Features

The Incredible Growing Art Museum

In a multibillion-dollar building boom, museums around the globe are erecting new structures or expanding their current homes. As they tailor themselves to accommodate bigger art, larger crowds, and broader missions, the very notion of the museum is evolving in the process. In a multibillion-dollar building boom, museums around the globe are erecting new structures or expanding their current homes. As they tailor themselves to accommodate bigger art, larger crowds, and broader missions, the very notion of the museum is evolving in the process. Read More


Features

The Roaches That Came In from the Cold

For Catherine Chalmers, a cockroach is a blank canvas. And today 18 squirming insects will emerge from her refrigerator to undergo a metamorphosis—into painted players in a tableau she will photograph. Read More