. . . And the party don’t stop with PopRally’s latest soiree
There's no such thing as being late to this movie
His 10 favorite of the year, plus 2
Sure, The Tree of Life won, but did it really win?
Face off at the Japan Society
In this week's Village Voice, now available at a drop point near you: I look at how disliking artists can bond people together more effectively than liking them; J. Pablo talks to Video Music Box creator Ralph McDaniels about a life of hip-hop innovation; and Tad Hendrickson previews this wee ... More >>
Plus: Jean-Paul Gauthier at Jack Shainman Gallery; 'Crafting Genre: Kathryn Bigelow' at MOMA
Times running out to see The Clock
A visual evolution of the New York sound
Listen, most men and women of means are on a fuckin' Hamptons jitney at this exact second, and here in the SOTC stronghold we're daydreaming about a bridge-burning new feature called Slow News Day, but carry on we/you shall, and may we suggest we/you begin tonight at the Whitney with the soot ... More >>
Gotta feel sorry for Javelin's roadies, if they have anySo the Whitney has prepared a quartet of free-admission Friday-night shows in July and August. Is it fair to say that the lineup is pretty... chill?
Michael Gira's legendary noise punk crew Swans announced their reunion back in January, and with guitarist Norman Westberg on board (no Jarboe, alas), Gira seemed to be promising the return of the ferocious, '80s vintage of his band, rather than gothy, whispery, horror-house '90s version. Thi ... More >>
Print away, and take away
Freeform radio guys and all around essential broadcasters WFMU just announced their 50th Anniversary Art Benefit, an event held for the reason of assembling funds "towards building a new antenna in Manhattan," which pretty much makes this The Fountainhead of charity drives. The weeklong art auction ... More >>
Partnering shadows, photo images, and inner animals
Where Does the Art World Go in the Summer?