Artist and poet George Quasha's video work Art Is is an ongoing, single-channel project in which some 370 artists in six countries have participated, bringing to life speaking portraits in which artists personally define art, music and poetry.
Part one of Art Is features Alex Katz, Dorothea Rockburne, Marina Abramovic, Anthony McCall, Jonathan Feldschuh, Alison Knowles, Evelyna Domnitch, Gary Hill, Tim Rollins, Nobuho Nagasawa and many other artists and shares their perceptions of art.
Part two of Art Is features Steve Tomasula, Ann Hamilton, Kathleen Anderson, Michael Murcil, Bill Beckley, Nyame Brown, Linda Weintraub, Akira Tatehata, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and many other artists and shares their personal definitions of art.
On October 27, Art Spiegelman sat down with eminent book designer Chip Kidd to discuss In the Shadow of No Towers, the artist's first new book of comics since Maus for this far-reaching interview at the New School University's Auditorium.
On the occasion of the 10th annual ARTWALK NY, a benefit for the Coalition for the Homeless, ABC anchorman Peter Jennings took the stage at the Vera List Center for this laid-back conversation with the language-and-landscape artist Ed Ruscha.
Sina Najafi, Editor-in-Chief of Cabinet Magazine, introduces authors Andrea Codrington, Jonathan Ames and others at this reading to benefit the art quarterly. Ames closes the program with the first-ever mass Luscher Color Test.
In this scintillating program presented by the International Association of Art Critics a panel of artists and writers - including Aruthur C. Danto and Barbara Kruger - explored how easily words and images influence popular opinion.
Recorded for ARTonAIR.org at The New School University as part of the New York Times' Times Talks: Women's Series, editorial page editor and author Gail Collins interviews Gloria Steinem, the award-winning editor, journalist and equal rights leader.
C'est le murmure de l'eau qui chante: In these recordings, produced by Brigitte Cornand, the artist Louise Bourgeois sings 22 short melodies and children's songs. Then Frederic Sanchez transforms the material into an electronic fantasy.
On September 29, 2007, Art International Radio attended the MacDowell Colony Fellows Centennial Reunion Picnic in Central Park in New York. This program features reflections, anecdotes, and histories in conversations with the artists who attended.