Posts Categorized: Entertainment
A federal judge has ruled against animal authorship in a copyright case spurred by self-portrait photographs taken by a monkey in Indonesia, National Public Radio reported. The court’s finding… More ›
We don’t know if it’s the rather nice weather we’ve been having or whatnot, but it just doesn’t feel like Friday the 13th today. (Which it is — check your… More ›
Chloe Wise (she of the bread bag fame) shared this photo from her forthcoming show at Retrospective Gallery. Sure, these oily noodles are in fact sculptures that could break our teeth, but uh, our… More ›
Takashi Murakami (takashipom) wins, hands down, for best Halloween costume. I don’t care how good your Furiosa side shave is; this is just fabulously bananas.
Ryan McGinley (ryanmcginleystudios) wished photographer Sandy Kim a gleefully neon birthday.
Upon watching the much-anticipated clip for Drake’s “Hotline Bling” — which features the turtleneck-clad singer and his cadre of back-up dancers bopping casually inside… More ›
Not so long ago at Art Basel Miami Beach, Miley Cyrus got high with the Flaming Lips and ripped through a bunch of cover songs at the Raleigh Hotel; at one point Cyrus dueted with Wayne Coyne from… More ›
In case you missed it (ha), Frieze Week is this week, and while there have been plenty of ’gram-happy visitors, perhaps no work quite caught our eye like Darren Bader’s “Sculpture #1.” We’re… More ›
“Track Changes” is a new weekly column here at ARTINFO that acts as a notepad for the staff to jot down what they’re listening to that’s new and exciting. This week, Craig Hubert, Anneliese… More ›
It’s easy to forget how deeply weird Miranda July is—how much she remains a proudly hard-to-categorize outlier, despite the populist appeal of her interactive online art projects, or… More ›
Comic Con hit New York this week, so Jayson Musson (jaysonmusson) found some crackerjack cosplayers.
“Track Changes” is a new weekly column here at ARTINFO that acts as a notepad for the staff to jot down what they’re listening to that’s new and exciting. This week, we have new tracks from… More ›
Sometimes in our intrepid weekly Instagram-scanning, we get peeks into artists’ personal lives — works mid-progress, eye-catching ephemera, ill-advised party selfies, etc. But this week, it was… More ›
“Track Changes” is a new weekly column here at ARTINFO that acts as a notepad for the staff to jot down what they’re listening to that’s new and exciting. This week, we have tracks from… More ›
Like the rest of Manhattan, the Guggenheim (guggenheim) bravely geared up for the Pope’s arrival — in this case, by highlighting recently returned artist Tania Bruguera’s project “The… More ›
Today marks the start of a five-day festival celebrating 50 years of Singapore’s independence at New York’s Madison Square Park. Curated by architect and artist Randy Chan, “Singapore:… More ›
“Two artists. Three fingers,” reads Anish Kapoor’s (dirty_corner) caption for this Instagrammed announcement of his and Ai Weiwei’s walk across London (read all about it in this morning’s… More ›
Today’s papers brought two stories of administrative unrest at august Carnegie Hall, a drama of conflicted interests sown by financier and board chairman Ronald O. Perelman. Now, Perelman… More ›
Infighting has come to a head at Carnegie Hall, where financier and philanthropist Ronald Perelman, now chairman of the board of trustees, has accused executive director Clive Gillinson of… More ›
Don’t let that sweet, helium-high voice fool you: In her newly released single, “Angels of Porn (II),” Nicole Dollanganger is singing about how she smells like rotten food and would… More ›
New York Fashion Week is in full swing, which might have you feeling a bit daunted and out of it, in sartorial terms. Thankfully, the New York Times has come to your rescue with what must surely be a… More ›
It’s that time again: a chill in the air, a graying of the light, a thousand gallery opening notifications in your inbox. Yes, fall is upon us once more — and maybe we’re projecting, but… More ›
— Over at the Istanbul Biennial, Klaus Biesenbach (klausbiesenbach) encountered Andrew Yang’s sound installation, a work clearly wrought with cymbal-ism (b-dum-chhhh!). (Sorry, but we had to.)