At the center of Folk City is a clue that the exhibit is more about space than about music.
The Calm and Controversy of 12 Horses in an Art Gallery
For a gallery with 12 horses and a line of visitors stretching out the door, Gavin Brown’s enterprise is exceptionally hushed.
How Proust Would Explore the West Village
Elastic City is shaking up the idea of walking, and it doesn’t involve tours. One of the organization’s recent art walks, titled “Favorites,” was a saunter through the West Village led by writer Sarah Schulman, performance artist and director Niegel Smith, and Elastic City founder Todd Shalom.
Breaking: Julian Schnabel’s Abode Fading from “Pompeii Red” to “Venetian Pink”
We haven’t been covering the humble home of artist Julian Schnabel, known as Palazzo Chupi, like others have but that’s not to say we haven’t been gawking at a distance trying to figure out WTF why the hell he made it.