An art installation in Jackson Heights speaks about how immigrant communities in the neighborhood are experiencing policing and displacement.
Khmer record and film collector Nate Hun is part of a growing movement quietly reconstructing Cambodia’s tumultuous past.
I said I missed Asia. His elderly friend beckoned to me and showed me his smartphone–a video of a dance performance in China. Little girls singing shrilly. “If you miss it,” he beamed, “Just watch YouTube.”
When I’m on the train, I draw a lot. I have absolutely no time for meditation. But when I’m painting, that’s…my meditation.”
A set of wind chimes hangs on a thin board, a short-wave radio emits bursts of Morse code, thin sheets of metal rustle on a crate.
John Clang’s “Beijing New York” is a product of some good old-fashioned cut and paste.
A compendium of responses from video store clerks in Jackson Heights.
It was art, not bombs.
Which is exactly why he got arrested.
Exploring a hidden history of Richmond Hill with iconic New York graffiti artist Alan Ket.
My comic ode to the neighborhood.