Everyone and their mother(’s publicist friend) was at the opening of the new Whitney — including Doreen Remen (doreenremen), who snapped this shot of a Nam June Paik work fit for a young adult… More ›
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It’s a national holiday for marijuana aficionados — one that yours truly did not, I assure you, spend lazily napping in a pile of cats while idly plowing through a Harlan Coben thriller. HBO,… More ›
As the Brooklyn Museum gears up for its fifth Annual Artists Ball, honoring retiring museum director Arnold Lehman, we got a preview of the artist-curated tables. Check out the photos below — and… More ›
Dick Diver — an Australian pop quartet named after a character from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Tender is the Night” — recently released their third album, “Melbourne,… More ›
Friends With You (friendswithyou) have unleashed this terrifying creature on the streets of Dallas, just in time for the upswing in arts attendance. (Bonus: This is actually a video of our fun new… More ›
There are likely few reasons one could find to compare Sue Webster and Gwyneth Paltrow. Perhaps some basic UK proximity, but similarities between the consciously uncoupled actress-cum-lifestyle guru… More ›
If you missed Ragnar Kjartansson’s 2013 project with The National at MoMA P.S.1 — for which the band played, and replayed, and replayed their single “Sorrow” for six hours, until… More ›
JR (jr) was in Malaga for Semana Santa, as were all of these gentlemen in red vestments.
Perhaps no food fad these days is so catching, and so inexplicable, as “Gluten Free.” Of course, the fact that people with celiac disease have a wider variety of options is worth… More ›
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Mathew Barney, the artist “who broke Björk’s heart” is now suing the Icelandic singer for custody of their 12-year old daughter, according to Page Six. “Their… More ›
If you are even a cursory follower of art news, you are by now likely more than familiar with the term “Nazi-looted art.” The restitution of ill-gotten works to Jewish families has been making… More ›
Designer Tracy Reese (tracy_reese) dug out this decade-old Vogue shot of Studio Museum director Thelma Golden wearing one of her gold dresses, posing for Lorna Simpson and shot by Annie Lebowitz.
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise gallery director Lucy Chadwick (lkchadwick) celebrated Pi Day in supreme style — especially if this picture was taken at 9:26 PM. #neverapologizefornerditude
A quick poll: How many of you, on a daily basis, are curious about Shia LaBeouf’s inner organs? Though we would hazard a guess of “not a ton,” those who perked up are in luck. Because now, at… More ›
From March 13 to 15, Ballroom Marfa hosted a mini music and arts festival titled “Marfa Myths,” curated by New York record label Mexican Summer. Timed with the opening of the new Sam… More ›
— Sotheby’s Partners with eBay: Today marks the official launch of eBay’s website partnership with Sotheby’s, which will feature live auctions starting on April 1. Though Sotheby’s has… More ›
Alex Prager (alexprager) enjoyed her neon-lined view of Hong Kong — where she and many camera-happy cohorts trekked this week for Art Basel Hong Kong (see: #ABHK).
Robin Cembalest (rcembalest) high-fived Hank Willis Thomas in front of his “Artsy Takeover” piece — easily the single most ’grammed Armory shot.
Albert Maysles, the legendary documentarian who, along with his brother David, helped shaped the modern form of documentary, passed away last night at the age of 88. Along with his work as a… More ›
It’s rare that a single movie can conjure associations with “Napoleon Dynamite,” “Office Space,” and Knut Hamsun’s 1890 novel “Hunger,” but I had all of those… More ›
When it comes to vicious sports rivalries, perhaps none is quite so well known (at least to those of us who, frankly, don’t devote much brain space to sports rivalries) as the kneecap-busting… More ›
Kenny Scharf (kennyscharf) gave some love to his “main man,” Mr. Spock — RIP, Mr. Nimoy.
You probably remember Himanshu Suri, a.k.a. “Heems,” as half of Das Racist, the New York rap group who hit the Internet running with their single “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” in 2008…. More ›
Don’t let the name fool you — the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) isn’t just about moving pictures. Or, well, not entirely anyway: Thanks to the festival’s ongoing Artists Awards Program, winners… More ›