William Corwin is a sculptor and journalist from New York. He has exhibited at The Clocktower, LaMama and Geary galleries in New York, as well as galleries in London, Hamburg, Beijing and Taipei. He has written regularly for The Brooklyn Rail, Artpapers, Bomb, Artcritical, Raintaxi and Canvas and formerly for Frieze. He curated and wrote the catalog for Postwar Women in 2019 at The Art Students League in New York, an exhibition of the school’s alumnae active between 1945-65, and 9th Street Club in 2020, an exhibition of Perle Fine, Helen Frankenthaler, Mercedes Matter, Grace Hartigan, Lee Krasner and Elaine Dekooning at Gazelli Art House in Mayfair. He is the editor of Formalism; Collected Essays of Saul Ostrow, to be published in 2021 by Elective Affinity Press, is curating Downtown Train at PS122 in March 2021 which features the work of Boris Lurie, Penny Arcade, Gabriella Grimes, Gordon Matta-Clark, and many others, and he will participate in the exhibition Roots/Anchors at the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center in August 2021. He currently has an exhibition “Green Ladder” at Geary Contemporary in New York, on view through April 24th. He is represented by Geary.
The book mentioned in the interview was Daniel Deronda by George Eliot.