Alex Katz: New York Is a ‘Very Uncivilized City’

Still from "Tateshots: Alex Katz" (Courtesy Tateshots)

On the occasion of his newly opened exhibition at Tate St. Ives that shows British and international modern and contemporary art, New York-based painter Alex Katz led curator Martin Clark around his studio for the latest TateShots video, “Alex Katz.” The artist shows 30 canvases, from the early work up to the present, reminisced about his school days at Cooper Union in the 50s when Jackson Pollock “hit” and “New York changed completely.” Read More


Here Is Laurie Anderson’s SVA Commencement Speech


It’s Memorial Day so you really should be outside, but if you do have to be inside, you should watch this video of Laurie Anderson giving the commencement address at the School of Visual Arts earlier this month.

Ms. Anderson, charming as always, discusses being the last artist in residence at NASA.

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