Fellows Friday: Alex Da Corte in Interview, PEG in Metropolis, CAConrad in Poetry, and More

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Alex Da Corte and Borna Sammak, As Is Wet Hoagie, installation view. Photo courtesy of Artforum.

Visual artist Alex Da Corte (2012) and his collaborative endeavors are featured twice in Interview magazine: first for his work with fellow artist Borna Sammak about the power of the sandwich; and secondly, for a new piece with Le1f to create "Hush BB," which was put together by MOCA Los Angeles.

Fiction, the new album from composer and pianist Matthew Mitchell (2012), has been reviewed in the New York Times. They hail the work as "a collection of original études designed to push the limits of ambidexterity and equilibrium." Read the review >

Designers Karen M'Closkey & Keith VanDerSys (2013), who collaborate to form PEG Office of Landscape + Architecture, were named as two of the leading design voices "leading the next wave of burgeoning talent." Read "The Select Ten" in Metropolis magazine >

Architect Brian Phillips (2011) and his studio, Interface Studio Architects, were profiled in Architect Magazine. In the piece, Phillips is hailed as "an apostle for the new normal" whose aim is "to rethink and maximize the potential of urban-house design for the new city-loving generation." Read the article >

Photographer Zoe Strauss (2005) talks honestly about her new exhibition, Homesteading, at the 2013 Carnegie International. Read her words in Artforum. Then read a review of the exhibition in the Pittsburgh Gazette.

Poet CAConrad (2011) is featured on the cover of Poetry magazine, with three of his poems included in the publication. Read the poems here >