CHICAGO — If the act of allowing someone else to photograph you is read as normative, the selfie in and of itself is a queer act of taking back the gaze. So is there such a thing as a queer selfie, or is the selfie inherently a queer(ed) self-portrait?
Art and poetry should be natural allies, but it’s surprisingly rare to see both commingle as naturally as they did at a recent show at Transfer Gallery in East Williamsburg by Carla Gannis and Justin Petropoulos.
A confluence of factors have made Nicky Nodjoumi’s inaugural show at Taymour Grahne Gallery of large-scale oil paintings and works on paper its own small-scale blockbuster.
By midnight this evening, we’ll finally know whether the government will be shut down — that’s the silver lining to be found in the otherwise bleak congressional budget debate.
Join Public Art Fund and The Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School for a rare public lecture by Mark Manders on October 2, where he will discuss his distinctive multi-disciplinary practice encompassing installation, sculpture, drawing and projected imagery.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Most artists are incredibly busy, especially in a major city where art events and calendars seem to overflow each day. “If only I could be two places at the same time!” is a common lament.
Sounds about right.
CHICAGO — Feathers fall from the sky all the time. The wind plucks them from birds’ bodies, and they fall fast whilst spinning in circles.
Most theatrical productions of early 20th century New York were captured by Vandamm Studio, the most prolific studio of performing arts photography at the time.
This week, Detroiter definitely don’t want to sell DIA’s art, US gov’t shutdown may mean Library of Congress’s website goes offline, thinking about portraiture, real estate’s love affair with art, the world’s first inflatable concert hall, and more.
This week, after years of wrangling, threats and doomsaying, we’ve received an actual date — October 17th — when the U.S. will run out of cash. Two and a half weeks and then, the brink.
Reviews of The Dirtbombs, Maybach Music Group, Skillet, and Icona Pop.