Conversation with Adrian Parr (writer in residence 2015) published in the New York Times

In a series of dialogues with philosophers and critical theorists about violence, this conversation titled Our Crime Against the Planet, and Ourselves, is with Adrian Parr.

Read full conversation here

Parr is a professor of environmental politics and cultural criticism at the University of Cincinnati and the director of the Taft Research Center. Her most recent book is “The Wrath of Capital: Neoliberalism and Climate Change Politics.

Miya Ando, The Nature of Perception June 9th - July 9th, 2016 Sundaram Tagore Gallery

Pictured: Aka Red, 2016, pigment and urethane on aluminum, 48 x 48 inches/122 x 122 c

Pictured: Aka Red, 2016, pigment and urethane on aluminum, 48 x 48 inches/122 x 122 c

A selection of stunning new paintings and sculptural installations by New York-based artist Miya Ando, a Marble House Project artists in residence in 2014. A descendant of Bizen sword makers, Miya Ando spent her childhood among Buddhist priests in a temple in Okayama, Japan, and later, in California. She combines the traditional techniques of her ancestry with modern industrial technology, skillfully transforming sheets of metal into ephemeral, abstract paintings suffused with color.