STEPHEN ELLIS is an artist in New York who writes about visual art and music.
It Just Gets Out of Hand:
with Stephen Ellis
You’ve seen John Cohen’s photographs, though you probably don’t know it. His iconic images of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan are continually reprinted, but his photographs of lesser known folk artists are nearly as ubiquitous.
Looking at Late de Chirico:
Matvey Levenstein, Stephen Ellis, and Lisa Yuskavage
Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) Fellow Giovanni Casini moderated the conversation, held at CIMA on March 21, 2017.
BRUCE MOLSKY with Stephen Ellis and David Ross
Bruce Molsky is widely considered one of the finest old-time musicians currently performing. His recordings display his mastery of fiddle, banjo, and guitar, as well as his plangent accompanying vocals.
It Just Gets Out of Hand: JOHN COHEN In Conversation with Stephen Ellis, Ivy Sheppard, and David Sheppard
John Cohen, now eighty-five, has been part of more influential cultural moments and close to more seminal figures in music, photography, painting, and film than would seem possible for any one person.