February 1, 2023

Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

An award-winning arts journalist, Jeanne Claire van Ryzin is the founder and editor-in-chief of Sightlines.

Deborah Hay’s risk and efficiency

Deborah Hay was weeks away from beginning rehearsals for “Horse,” a commission from noted Swedish dance company Cullberg, when the world shut down to the pandemic. Graham Reynolds had already...

Faithful: Tammie Rubin at Grayduck Gallery

Tammie Rubin is well known for her ongoing series “Always & Forever (forever, ever),” conical porcelain sculptures that allude to, among other things, hoods worn by groups such as the...

At Big Medium, welcome to Adrian Armstrong’s (re-imagined) neighborhood

For his solo show at Big Medium, Adrian Armstrong commandeers a corner of the gallery for “Goodies,” a recreation of the corner store near his great-grandmother’s home in a...

Barry Stone’s “Lost Pines”

In a series of photographs and recovered images, processing loss, memory and recovery

Making space in the ballet repertoire for non-European cultures

With a life in ballet, dancer and choreographer Alexa Capareda has long found fascination with the narratives of story ballets. Most specifically, she finds fascinating how tales from around...

Deborah Roberts sues another artist, gallery for copyright infringement

Deborah Roberts, an Austin-based internationally recognized artist, has filed suit against artist Lynthia Edwards and her Brooklyn gallerist Richard Beavers, and his eponymous gallery, for copyright infringement. The civil complaint...

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