Life in the O.T.: Anat BiletzkiBy Eyal Danieli
Recently, Eyal Danieli, a Brooklyn-based artist, spoke to Anat Biletzki, who teaches philosophy at Tel Aviv University and is Chairperson of the board of BTselem, a human rights organization in the occupied territories. The interview took place at the Rails office in Greenpoint.
Bill Bartman (1946-2005)By Eyal Danieli, Chuck Close, Dorothea Rockburne, Jeffery Sturges, Merill Wagner, Eyal Danieli, and Amanda Guest
Born in Chicago, he grew up in Los Angeles, and after having earned a B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, CT in 1968, William Bartman immediately became involved in stage and film productions throughout the 1970s and early 80s. At the West Coast Theatre Company in LA, he produced and directed several plays. Around the same time, he founded an artists-in-the-schools program, in addition to a theatre program at the federal penitentiary in Lompoc, CA, which included the staging of an all-inmate production of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, as well as his work as director and co-writer of the 82 movie OHaras Wifea comedy-drama starring Jodie Foster, Ed Asner, and Mariette Hartley.
MoMA: How to Look at Modern Art-DanieliBy Eyal Danieli
The re-hanging of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art offers the opportunity to consider the framing and the re-framing of parts of the collection, which began even before the museum embarked upon its expansion.
Giorgio Morandi: The Art of SilenceBy Eyal Danieli
In the 20th century pantheon of modernist European painters, Giorgio Morandi’s image of formal purity, and his reputation of personal asceticism has been second to none, except, perhaps, for Alberto Giacometti.