Month: February 2014



Meet a NYFA Artist: Michelle Handelman

NYFA talks to Michelle Handelman (NYFA Fellow in Video, 2010) about the shadows where she finds meaning, living “undercover,” and her current installation, Irma Vep, the last breath, which is at The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University through March 30th. NYFA: Congratulations on the extension of your exhibition, Irma Vep, the last breath,…

As technology/science/medicine progresses; it is harder to say that there even exists a line between nature and culture. Knowing how much our activities as human beings affect every corner of the earth on many levels, the question would be: Can we find a piece of nature which is “totally natural” in this world anymore? NYFA…

Congratulations to NYFA’s David C. Terry, Newly Elected to the College Art Association Board of Directors!

Congratulations to NYFA’s David C. Terry, Newly Elected to the College Art Association Board of Directors! Terry is Director of Programs and Curator at NYFA, where he oversees the fellowship, fiscal-sponsorship, and professional-development programs, as well as NYFA’s Curatorial Services.

The New York Times acclaims ‘Dept. of Speculation,’ by Jenny Offill (NYFA Fellowship, Fiction, 2006)

The New York Times acclaims ‘Dept. of Speculation,’ by Jenny Offill (NYFA Fellowship, Fiction, 2006) From The Times’s review: Jenny Offill’€™s novel charts the course of a marriage, building the story from fragments, observations and meditations. Offill reads and signs copies of Dept. of Speculation tonight, at the Barnes & Noble on E. 86th Street…