A visit to Art Enables - an art studio and program for artists with disabilities - in Washington, D.C. For NPR. 

Ai Weiwei sees his exhibit "Trace" for the first time at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. For NPR

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is known for her repetitive polka dots and peep-show-like chamber rooms that create the illusion of infinite space. Six of her Infinity Mirror Rooms, part of a retrospective of her 65-year career, are on exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. For NPR.

Chicago-based activist and artist Theaster Gates uses discarded or found materials to make large-scale installations. He walked us through a few of them at his new solo exhibition at National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. For NPR.

Interview with Steve 'ESPO' Powers at his studio in downtown Brooklyn for FADER TV.

Jaimie Warren's show The Whoas of Female Tragedy II at The Hole for FADER TV.

Tony Conrad's show WiP (women in prison) at Greene Naftali Gallery for FADER TV.

Studio visit with Inna Babaeva for Progress Report.