A Q&A with Turkish architecture critic Gökhan Karakuş, so incendiary that it had The Weeklings hacked for a week... from Turkey. It talks about how the roots of the protest were the few trees left in Istanbul and connects to the backroom deals of Erogan's government.
The final installment of my series on scotch from The Weeklings: From whisky’s own Enron back to Campbeltown and how it became scotch’s ghost town in Part III of Jennifer Kabat’s series on whisky.
Part II of my search for scotch from The Weeklings: Take an American aphid, an English PM (just out of his teens) and a British queen, add to that a Madoff-style scandal (boom, bubble and bust) and you have the makings of today’s single malt.
Part I of my three part investigation of scotch for The Weeklings from Ken Loach's movie to Campbeltown Scotland (once the UK's city with the highest per capita income and known as Whisky City) through how scotch is made today.
The early 90s in NY, best of times, worst of times. Confusing times. And still jarringly present at the New Museum's take on the year as a cap of a decade of activism and art and politics and AIDS. My review for Frieze in the May 2013 issue.