Tag Archives: Bill Powers


Features

Disowning Ivanka: The Art World Stares Down the First Daughter


Artists Q&A

‘Things Get Exciting When You Smoosh Opposites Together’: A Talk With Brian Belott


Editor's Letter ,

Editor’s Letter: The Top 200 Issue | Fall 2016


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‘Art Derives From Everything in Life’: A Talk with Nathaniel Mary Quinn


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‘Some People Think What I’ve Done Is Almost Sacrilege’: A Talk with Jeff Koons


Artists Q&A

‘It’s a Toxic Soup of Ego and Higher Callings’: A Talk With Carroll Dunham


Artists Q&A

‘I Don’t Know Half as Much as There Is to Know, But at Least I Know Half’: A Talk with Richard Prince


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‘It’s a Game That I Play with Myself About How to Shift the Familiar’: A Talk with Torey Thornton


Dispatches

What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?: ‘Art Breakers’ and the Art World’s Reality TV Problem


Market

At the New York Art Book Fair This Weekend: Erotica by Badlands, Balzac by Powers, Arcangel by Arcangel


Artists Q&A

‘Humans Will Have the Last Word’: A Talk With Albert Oehlen


Artists Q&A

‘I Joke That Art Comes From That Place When You Touch Your Belly Button’: A Talk With Margaret Lee


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‘I Can Entertain the Idea That My Moral Compass Is a Little Off’: A Talk With Piotr Uklanski


Artists Q&A

‘The Key to Any Good Performance Art Is Nudity’: A Talk With Rob Pruitt