Interview: How and Nosm

The twin brothers take over Jonathan Levine's pop-up gallery

by Vivianne Lapointe On 1 February, Raoul and Davide Perré AKA How & Nosm unveiled their latest body of work at Jonathan Levine Gallery‘s new pop-up at 557 West 23rd Street in NYC. You’ll find the artists’ signature reds and blacks as well as their trademark themes in “Late Confessions,” but the talented identical twins take their work to the next level with surprising site-specific …

Studio Visit: Shantell Martin

Wide awake within the illustrated walls of an English artist's Brooklyn abode

“All it cost me were pens and time,” says Shantell Martin of her Brooklyn home and studio. From the baseboards to the ceiling, the space crawls with a hand-drawn mural of Martin’s own design. The artist explains that she rents from a couple who support Martin’s scribbling habit so long as it is contained to the top floor. The walls aren’t alone—scanning the space shows …

Sighthouse

Repurposed projectors, stereoscopic photographs and light play in Jonathan Bruce Williams' debut exhibition

Walking into the gallery space, the whirr of two continuous projectors greets guests alongside indistinct color images that shower the room from a twirling projector. Every few seconds, four snaps are heard corresponding with sequential flashes of light. The interior is dark and filled with a thin smoke that emanates from the tower of the main installation, giving the space the atmosphere of a film …