May 7, 2020

Brooklyn: Beauty and Unease with Artist Isabel Magowan

The Other Art Fair is delighted to include Isabel Magowan in the upcoming Brooklyn Fair. Magowan’s photographs explore youth and adolescence examining the real versus the imagined. Bright colors and nostalgic imagery initially appear innocent and enticing before the viewer notices the more ominous narrative. Isabel Magowan is a Brooklyn based Artist. She attended Wesleyan […]

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October 27, 2017

New Yorker: “Weighing the Costs of Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein”

Published in The New Yorker on October 27, 2017. Read the full article here. In March, Annabella Sciorra, who received an Emmy nomination for her role in “The Sopranos,” agreed to talk with me for a story I was reporting about Harvey Weinstein. Speaking by phone, I explained that two sources had told me that […]

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September 26, 2017

Museé: “A Second Glance: Isabel Magowan Interview”

This article was published in Museé magazine on September 26. Read the full article here. Watch Isabel’s feature in Museé magazine: From the interview: “As a young person, I was performing Nutcracker…From the audiences, it’s all magic, but we were in backstage, seeing the track doors open and the trees go through, and people pulling […]

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June 7, 2017

Vice News: “Isabel Magowan’s Eerie Portraits of Privileged Adolescence”

Published on Vice News on June 7, 2017. Read the full article here. From Edie Segwick to @RichKidsOfInstagram and the Kardashian-Jenner clan, upper-crust unease has long had a chokehold on America’s collective consciousness. Isabel Magowan isn’t attracted to the sinister side of privileged life because it’s wholly unfamiliar. The Manhattan-raised photographer spent her formative years […]

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June 5, 2017

New Yorker: “The Girls”

This article was published in the New Yorker on June 5, 2017. Read the full article here. Emma Cline’s first novel, “The Girls” (Random House), is a song of innocence and experience—in ways that she has intended, and perhaps in ways that she has not. It’s a story of corruption and abuse, set in 1969, […]

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