One sunny afternoon in mid-June, the painter Sherman Drexler visited Publisher Phong Bui at Art International Radio to have a conversation about Drexler's life and work.
The sculptor Arthur Simms pays a visit to the Rail headquarters to talk to Publisher Phong Bui about his work and life in Jamaica and in Brooklyn.
On the occasion of their bookstores upcoming ten year anniversary, Miles Bellamy and Jonas Kyle, the co-founders and owners of the popular and beloved Spoonbill & Sugartown at 218 Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, stopped by Art International Radio to talk to Publisher Phong Bui about their life and work.
We met in Venice in 1966 on a boat going to the Biennale. He wrote his number on a brown paper bag and said, Look me up when you get to New York.
This article is about a specific art object, one that bears accession number 14.130.12 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It has two handles, an opening at the top, and a body that bulges out from the neck and then tapers towards the bottom. It is, therefore, an amphora, but not just any amphora.
Coinciding with his recently published monograph A Thing Among Things: The Art of Jasper Johns, Art Editor John Yau paid a visit to the Rails Headquarters to talk about his observations of Johnss work with Publisher Phong Bui.
Within a few days after the closing of his two one-man exhibits Metaphysical Paintings, Performance, Conceptual Art, 19702009 at Sideshow Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (April 42009) and Bjorn Ressle Gallery, New York (April 18May 23, 2009), Publisher Phong Bui spoke to Robert C. Morgan about the evolution of his work as an artist.