About Tami Mnoian

Tami Mnoian has held posts as the managing editor of Flaunt magazine and the publicity manager of powerHouse Books, the powerHouse Arena and the New York Photo Festival. Recently, she's gone digital and is now in the eBooks division of Random House.

…And All I Got Was This T-shirt

In January, my friend Dan Evans posted to his Facebook page: “In response to the upcoming Whitney Biennial, my friend and I will be throwing the ‘Bobby’ Biennial. We are now accepting submissions and the only rule is ‘don’t be …

Affordable Love

Gallerist Jen Bekman’s affordable art site, 20×200, offers a selection of smart, well-curated photographs and prints, as evidenced by these Steve Lambert pieces. There are a variety of love-themed options (as well as a slew of other subjects), should you …

Love Is Lame, Is It?

Chad Silver thinks you can measure your love in inches. For the JSx55 gallery in New York City, he’s re-imagined his deconstructionist valentine, affectionately known as the “shit bitch” bear, as a 40-inch furry giant named Albert. “He’s their exclusive …

Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California

If you’re not familiar with the Norton Simon Museum of Art by name, then perhaps you’ve seen its iconic chocolate bar Heath tile exterior as the backdrop to the floats of the Rose Parade as they round the corner from …

A Sitting with Nathan Gelgud

Nathan Gelgud illustrates tiny collections of things, as if he has released the contents of his pocket and taken pen to paper. While the renderings are small, the subjects are certainly not: Steve Martin, Sal Mineo, and Spuds McKenzie (see …

In Shana We Trust

It was the early 2000s and we were living the post-college dream in a terra-cotta colored apartment in Santa Monica. We awoke to palm trees and sunshine daily and bonded over living-room dance parties and dreamy drives up the Pacific …

In Search of the Perfect Pooch

Artist and stationery designer Danielle Maslan was hunting around a local animal shelter in search of the perfect pooch. “I wish I could take all of them home,” she laughs. Though she has yet to find the right hound, she …

Janine Wareham Is Nearly Neon

Janine Wareham is that little dose of glitter and shine we need in our everyday—really, if only she were a vitamin. Her illustrations are like the doodles of a teenager, at home on a Pee-Chee folder, only more sophisticated and …

Not Your Typical Horse Puppet

It was a rainy Tuesday evening in mid April and inside the Gowanus offices of non-profit magazine, Cabinet, Jane Taylor was giving a talk on the Cape Town-based Handspring Puppet Company. “One of the astonishing things of puppetry is that …

Restore Defaults at Camel Art Space

“Yeah, it was the ’90s. Everyone danced in the ’90s,” says Tom Marquet, explaining how he met co-curator Carl Gunhouse. “Carl and I have known each other since we were in junior high school. And we kind of grew up …