Tag: Haniya Rae
Paint and Die HappyDecember 2013
The American painter on the terror of a blank canvas, finding inspiration in the streets of New York, and how motherhood has impacted her art.
A Re-Imagined PalestineSeptember 2013
Larissa Sansour explores the Palestinian condition by using science fiction in her films and photography.
Haniya Rae: Visualize Your DissentAugust 2013
The Pratt Manhattan Gallery showcases design that’s meant to disrupt.
Bird and StoneJune 2013
Conveying an Iraqi tragedy through form, motion, and sound.
Chat Travieso: A City for ReadingMay 2013
Inside the movement to bring the world thousands of tiny, crowd-sourced, community libraries.
A Family PortraitJanuary 2013
Jacolby Satterwhite on rendering his mother’s drawings into worlds of their own.
Anna Harrah: Once and Future BlingDecember 2012
(re:)FORM Art founder Anna Harrah talks with us about collaboration, apocalypse, and self-fulfilling prophesies.
Haniya Rae: Inside the Box with Chris WareOctober 2012
The new graphic novel Building Stories plays with time, form, and the physicality of the book.
Haniya Rae: Three Wise OwlsJuly 2012
In the 40Owls Gallery’s “Distinct Ethnic Magical Tales” exhibition, artists explore colonization, pop cultural iconography, and cultural ownership
Jessica Porter: A Curator’s Look at Katarzyna Majak’s Women of PowerJune 2012
Haniya Rae interviews Jessica Porter on the process of curating artist Katarzyna Majak’s new photography exhibition, ‘Women of Power.’