Paul Cunningham examines Pittsburgh’s Sol Persona, a solo project from Karter Schachner, for fans of Perfume Genius and How to Dress Well.
How can any artist escape the representative nature of an image without simultaneously utilizing images or representations? Paul Cunningham considers the question via a deep look at cocaine, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Monroe in the work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica.
Dogs, magic, and online dating come out via Paul Cunningham in conversation with Sara Woods over her new book, Sara, or the Existence of Fire.
Composed over 34 years, Wong May’s latest collection harbors a mutative introspection on violence, art, America. Paul Cunningham reviews.
Paul Cunningham in conversation with Ed Steck about basements, holograms, identity and more in his form-deforming book, The Garden.
Voids and wombs and wounds abound in Christine Wertheim’s latest onslaught, mUtter-bAbel. Paul Cunningham reviews.
Paul Cunningham takes a look at a few of the latest releases from the 2014 catalogue of Coconut Books, including titles by Ji yoon Lee, Steven Karl, and Shelly Taylor.