It’s not quite “Goin’ to Acapulco,” but the tropically-hued West Saugerties, New York residence where Bob Dylan and his backup band famously noodled in the late 1960s is… More ›
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John Darnielle is a busy man. Along with putting out records and touring as the driving force behind The Mountain Goats (“Beat the Champ,” released in February, is one of their best), he… More ›
Yoko Ono (yokoonoofficial) had a lot of feelings about her first visit to the new Whitney museum: “I went there for the first time today and almost choked up. […] Inside were the paintings of… More ›
Rashaad Newsome (rashaadnewsome) provided inspiration (and a ticket link) for the Afropunk Fancy Dress Ball this weekend.
JR (jr) teamed up with Andre Saraiva — who has apparently achieved full invisibility to police.
Joanna Newsom — ethereal harpist, cerebral hippy, mate of Andy Samberg — is a hard one to pin down. She has, occasionally, seemed the epitome of that overwrought category known as “baroque… More ›
With more than an hour until it was set to open, a crowd was beginning to grow Thursday afternoon outside the pop-up Wes Anderson Art Show (official title, “Bad Dads”), hosted this weekend at… More ›
Experimental indie-R&B star Autre Ne Veut has a new album, “Age of Transparency,” dropping in October, and he’s just released a video, directed by Allie Avital, for the single… More ›
Last week, artist Daniel Edwards made national news when it was revealed that he had created a rendering of Tom Cruise, measuring approximately 14 feet by 3 feet, which features the actor holding a… More ›
It’s that time of the year when just about everyone in the art world is on some fabulous trip or another — so this week, we’re living vicariously through their square-cropped vistas. Here, for… More ›
This week in Important Hats of the Art World, we have Grimes rocking a safety pin crown, to announce her appearance at the 2015 Guggenheim International Gala (guggenheim). (High five, by the by, to… More ›
Tragic news this morning, as Sussex police have confirmed that Arthur Cave, 15-year-old son of musician Nick Cave, has died after a fall from Brighton’s chalk cliffs. On Tuesday evening,… More ›
In honor of David Hockney’s birthday on Thursday, Andrea Schwan (andreaschwan) posted this positively Daschund-laden portrait. Happiest of days, sir — we salute you.
In case you hadn’t yet heard, it’s time once again for Art Basel (in Basel) — i.e., big names, big sales, big art in big mazes, and of course, a big influx of FairPics™. This time around,… More ›
Jamie xx, dance music wunderkind and one third of nouveau-soft-rock heartbreakers The xx, is moving his beats from the dance floor to the concert hall. The producer has been tapped to score “Tree of… More ›
Klaus Biesenbach (klausbiesenbach) got a pre-preview of Bushwick Open Studios, including a chat with Deborah Brown at Storefront Ten Eyck.
— In a week all atwitter (yet again) with talk of the Richard Prince Instagram paintings, Enoc Perez (enocperez) wants to let us know that he doesn’t mind, regramming Prince’s regram of his… More ›
Amid the hubbub of rave reviews and red carpet glam at this year’s Cannes Film Festival comes an eminently sigh-worthy news item: several women in their 50s were reportedly turned away from a… More ›
The National Portrait Gallery’s upcoming show, “Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon,” has gotten a hefty boost from the star’s sons, Sean Hepburn Ferrer and Luca Dotti, who… More ›
Part of the mystery that surrounds FKA Twigs, whose swooning electronica-R&B has been rapidly gaining in popularity over the last year, is her previous career in dance. She was reportedly a… More ›
Anna Rosa Thomae (annarosa7) watched this gentleman try his best to remain neutral in Jack Hanley Gallery’s booth at NADA.
Our very own Mostafa Heddaya was on the ground this afternoon at the Guggenheim, where protesters seeking a meeting with the museum’s board over labor rights at its Abu Dhabi offshoot staged a… More ›
Even before the VIPs descend on Paris Photo Los Angeles this evening to snag top works, plenty of famous faces already deck the walls — see: Pamela Anderson reading Plato, the Governator trapped… More ›