Bertolt Brecht is rolling in his grave right now — but only to better see the provocative theater happening at The Public.
Queerness revolts in the Podunk setting of Taylor Mac’s newest play, Hir, currently running at Playwrights Horizons.
The Swiss Institute’s second annual architecture and design exhibition attempts to recapture the revelatory voice of Le Corbusier for the technological age. The results are more cumbersome than visionary.
Matthew Morrocco arrived at the café fashionably late, wearing an army jacket and floral print flats. Before sitting down he ordered his coffee.
In certain parlors, the mixing of art and politics is considered vulgar. If so, then vulgarity reigns supreme in the memory of recent presidential elections.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) wants to regain the trust of the New Yorkers it alienated with recent controversies like “Stop-and-Frisk” and the killing of Eric Garner.
The Guggenheim Helsinki will likely become the third museum of the Solomon R. Guggenheim’s global armada.