Daniel Larkin

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Mazes abound as a visual motif at the Flux Art Fair.

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Ann Liv Young, a performance artist widely known for reinterpreting fairy tales with an edge, has reinvented Elektra.

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“You can’t be friends with a squirrel — a squirrel is just a rat with a cuter outfit,” Sarah Jessica Parker once quipped. Obviously she had never encountered Tommy Tucker.

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Contemporary artists and a few artists from yesteryear are exploring unorthodox and atypical ways to experience the contrast between black and white.

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Moving Image would be Emily Dickinson’s favorite art fair.

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Brooklyn’s Interference Archive is showcasing the work of the women who occupied the area surrounding England’s cruise missile installation, reshaping British public opinion and attracting international attention to the nuclear arms race.

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Courtney Love’s rock opera duet with Todd Almond packed a small black box at the Here Art Center.

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Galleries

Sculpting Soundscapes

by Daniel Larkin on January 8, 2015

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Sound is not just for your ears, but something your hands can touch if you bring them to the right spot.

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Galleries

Artists Redraw Their Own Books

by Daniel Larkin on December 1, 2014

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Some unique artist books are currently on view at Christie’s in New York.

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A not-so-minor detail was left out of a recent New York Times review of Robert Wilson’s reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Sonnets at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM): The sonnets were the gayest thing the Bard ever wrote.

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