Brooklyn drag artist Untitled Queen performance on February 17 extracted the earnest out of art.
In her new solo piece, Mette Ingvartsen unravels taboos onstage by reenacting key moments in the history of porn.
Deborah Turbeville’s photographs are dark, emotive landscapes that just happened to feature fine attire.
An exhibition at the Bureau of General Services — Queer Division highlights the non-drag art of more than a dozen members of the Brooklyn drag queen scene.
For those who wake up hungry for art, the Museum of Modern Art is opening its doors at 7:30am every Wednesday in October.
I expected to stare at many things at the International Center of Photography’s new 250 Bowery location, but my own image was not one of them.
The beauty of walking into a Cindy Sherman exhibition is that there is always a new group of women there waiting for you on the wall, asking you to understand and explore their lives.
A photographer myself, I go to the Photography Show for the same reason I go to any exhibition: to learn.
When the slideshow of Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency flipped past pictures of her ex Brian, I finally understood why she had photographed him so much.