Everybody to the polls! No, we’re not talking about the US elections tomorrow — although you should also go to those polls — we’re talking about Hyperallergic and the Storefront for Art and Architecture’s annual Critical Halloween costume contest.
In one of his last great performances, Harry Houdini escaped after 90 minutes from a coffin submerged in the swimming pool of New York’s Shelton Hotel (today the New York Marriott East Side).
If you want to hear a terrifying ghost story this Halloween, look to Japan.
Halloween is next week, which means we’re really looking forward to Storefront for Art and Architecture third annual Critical Halloween, which brings the city’s design, architecture, and art cognoscenti under one roof for a costume part like no other. This year’s theme is … wait for it … “Corporate Avant Garde.”
It’s that time of year again and this is our warning not to (or are we encouraging you?) dress your children like you hate them but love art. Here are a few ideas.
With Halloween only three weeks away, those of us in the art community are facing a very important decision: what should we dress up as — Beast Jesus or Big Bird?
We’ve heard of Jesus’ fabled ability to resurrect himself but Beast Jesus has proven that he can go from painted plaster to IRL in what can only be described as a freakin’ miracle.