Due out this spring is an experimental dance filmed based on a ballet about pagan Russian rituals that I can assure you will be more creative, compelling, and more intense than anything else coming out […]
Across from the famed Stonewall Inn, in a gated park area in Christopher Square two cast white male statues stand in a frozen intimate chat, while two women statues sit with […]
Very few artists work with spray paint as sensually as Ben Angotti, which is why I’m thrilled to catch the last chance this Friday, 12/19, to view his work Icons, donning […]
Basel is over, but I wanted to share this video on how the beautiful anodized aluminum pieces for Destination Unknown, the project by Logan Hicks I exhibited at SCOPE, came […]
LitNerd Wednesday! “This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force.” “You can lead a horticulture but you can’t make her think“ […]
We’re loving the new art suites at Brooklyn’s NU Hotel. Here are a few- a total treat to sleep in!
Work that emerges in mysterious ways; work that’s going to piss some people off, gross some people out, convolute the issue, or all of the above. Definitely work that’s trend-damning; […]
From the mind of the great Andrew Jeffrey Wright! Loving this new video he created and directed for Dan Deacon. FUNZO
Embrace the winter holiday season and stop by the iconic Flatiron building after work to view the dazzling New York Light installation. Designed by INABA, the glittering LED sculptural piece […]
Hey artnerds, we don’t often cover fashion here in Los Angeles but this was a whirlwind week with COACH’s new creative director, Stuart Vevers, launching his Spring 2015 line and spectacular collaboration […]
“Feel the Lightning” is from Dan Deacon’s new album, Gliss Riffer, out on Domino on February 24/25, 2015. Earlier this week, Baltimore electronic music party-starter Dan Deacon shared a trailer […]
This Blu mural was the first to welcome me to Berlin when I first arrived in 2008, it was an icon in Kreuzberg! And now look- getting buffed. Bummed.
LOLA GIL HOSTS FIRST SOLO GALLERY SHOW IN MORE THAN TWO YEARS December 13 through January 3 at the 80Forty Gallery on West 3rd Street in Los Angeles 8040 W. 3rd Street LA, CA […]
Sweeping. Poignant. Elegiac. The range of emotions the audience ricochets through over the course of The Velvet Oratorio, a historical re-telling of the Velvet Revolution which occurred in former […]