It’s called an art book fair but there’s so much more to this annual event that attracts tens of thousands of New Yorkers. Here are our picks of things you might want to track down.
Trump says that McDonald’s food has to be safe or else the company would be sued.
Maltz sees a load of cinderblocks as a legitimate painting substrate — even after it’s broken down and mortared together as the wall of an office building.
The music of Japanese Breakfast’s Soft Sounds from Another Planet trembles, alive with possibility.
A funny thing happened to Munroe’s works on their way to finding physical form.
Delirious at the Met Breuer is an exhibition filled with beautiful but comparatively polite works by habitually transgressive artists.