Playing this game requires cultural literacy, strategic thinking, and social negotiation skills.
For “Triple Infinity,” Shotz takes three different approaches to the subject of infinity.
Images from a 1955 Paris charity ball; first in a series presented with the Magnum Foundation.
A suite of drawings and a removable 18" x 22" poster by the artist, critic, and educator
100 still images from the Moscow-based documentarian’s unforgettable feature debut
Ninth in our series of fiction by never-before-published authors
Two museum guards comment on the works they oversee at MASS MoCA.
Never-before-seen materials related to the Museum’s discontinued Art Lending Service
Rebus puzzles found in a bound volume of a Victorian-era children’s magazine
We asked readers to share their darkest, most disturbing phobias, and musicians turned them into songs
Esopus 17, our second-largest issue yet, includes artists' projects by Alyson Shotz, Thomas Lawson, and Adam Chodzo. It hits newsstands in November.
An exhibition of recently discovered images by the renowned photographer Inge Morath, presented in conjunction with Esopus 17.
Esopus invited musical acts such as Meursault, Bishop Allen, and We Are Augustines to create songs inspired by subscribers’ irrational fears.