But Is It Art?
Last night artist Cory Arcangel filled Lisson Gallery’s new Milan offshoot with Axe body spray for the gallery’s debut show, Artinfo reports.
The show, called “Body Talk,” was announced via Axe-scented press releases. This is all shockingly appropriate for the man who once delineated the musical heritage of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Read More
Depending on whom you ask, the cutting-edge of fine art’s collision with video games is either incredibly difficult or very easy to miss. Babycastles is easy to miss, perhaps because it’s difficult to find. The D.I.Y. arcade is nestled in a basement space in Ridgewood, Queens, beneath the indie music venue Silent Barn, which in Read More
With warmer weather comes the heat. Here are some of the fresher faces in theater, opera, dance, the visual arts, film and television–the ones people will be talking about this spring.
David Lomeli, singer
Nemorino, The Elixir of Love
New York City Opera
March 22 to April 9
In this production of Donizetti’s Elixir of Read More