Tag Archives: Betsy Sussler
Over the years, BOMB magazine has amassed hundreds of interviews between artists. If you read closely, the interviews begin to speak to themselves. Some of them are related by topic, medium, genre, or social network. When the articles themselves begin relating to their interiority, they collectively build an intraview, a reflexive look. Following is a hyper-linked collage to the latest archived interviews presented as a mock-up of the intraview.
Jonathan Lethem’s new book, Chronic City, is out now from Doubleday. He discusses the naming of characters in this clip from a conversation with BOMB Editor-in-Chief Betsy Sussler. Head over to BOMBsite for the full interview.
Happy Friday everyone! Now you have yet another reason to TGIF, and that’s this weekly Archive update that will be installed here every Friday. We are still in the process of slogging (enthusiastically!) through the past 28 years of conversation between artists, writers, directors, and musicians and throwing them up online in all their sparkling brilliance so that YOU can read them.
Mary Heilmann is one of the coolest painters I know.
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