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James Bidgood in Conversation: Part One
What happens when things aren't funny anymore? Conversation with Kelly Carlin
The Visible and Invisible in Michelle Benoit's Art
Tomory Dodge: Why Painting is More Important Now than Ever Before
Jane McAdam Freud: Sculpting Lucian in His Final Moments
Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis
William E. Jones: Boyd McDonald and The Future of the Queer Movement
Should Artists Fear Psychoanalysis? Interview with Dr. Danielle Knafo
Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase
Should Psychoanalysts Fear Artists?
Bruce LaBruce in Conversation: Part One
Hard Edge Abstraction in the work of Painter Cornelis Vink
Dr. Stuart Perlman in Conversation: Painting the Face of Homelessness
Music and Creativity in Psychotherapy: Interview with Dr. Lewis Aron
Raising Healthy Gender Non-conforming Children: Interview with Dr. Diane Ehrensaft
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Towards a Progressive Psychoanalysis: Interview with Dr. Lewis Aron

Consciousness, Featured Writers, Interviews, Psychology, Social Justice

How did psychoanalysis come to define itself as being different from psychotherapy? How have racism, homophobia, misogyny and anti-Semitism converged in the creation of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis? Is psychoanalysis psychotherapy? Is psychoanalysis a “Jewish science”? Inspired by the progressive and…

Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work
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Harmony and Opposition in artist Angela Dwyer’s work

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At first glance, Angela Dwyer’s work might seem like work of great ferocity, or at least intensity; whether in the large text pieces in which scrawled (but still readable) lines are written in cursive over each other, with “mistakes” crossed…

Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase
Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase
Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase
Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase
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Playful and Inviting: Artist Louisa Chase

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When I first encountered Louisa Chase’s work, it reminded me of something Franz Kline always used to argue (out of legitimate belief or just to be contrarian): that his massive, nearly monochrome canvases didn’t consist of black painted on white,…

Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis
Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis
Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis
Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis
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Art that Communicates to Us: Artist Michael Soltis

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The work of Michael Soltis might be called “text art” in the broadest sense of the term, because they feature and are sometimes (expertly) crowded with letters and numbers, but the problem with the text art appellation is that the…

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Hard Edge Abstraction in the work of Painter Cornelis Vink

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The work of painter Cornelis Vink is a fascinating contribution to current hard-edge painting, because while for decades artists have been trying to achieve a crispness in art (often, in the last fifty years, through industrial processes ala Donald Judd)…

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Should Psychoanalysts Fear Artists?

Art, Consciousness, Featured Artists

Art. Is this a word that should make psychoanalysts anxious, concerned, or nervous? In this second half of this two-part essay investigating the interrelationships between art and psychoanalysis, I now turn the question the other direction around and ask whether…

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