Entertainment thumps art in shows by Alex Prager
Getting some face time, as he gears up for his new fall show
While working in organist Jack McDuff's band in 1979, guitarist Marc Ribot learned not to "hit the obvious note," a guideline he's followed ever since. As a sideman, he's strummed for the likes of Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, the Lounge Lizards, and John Zorn; on his own, he moves from solo guitar to ... More >>
Caravaggio inspires the performance artist's new piece at P.S.122
A Chorus Line gets an unusual downtown video revival
Art production fund, to the Armory!
A life in artthe Voice chats with Peter Schjeldahl, art critic and pleasure addict
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Blowjobs, casual sex, and rape fantasies are under attack
Get your avant-garde fix with plenty of experimental cinema this season
Pretender contenders: US Department of Art and Technology plays house of representatives
Profiles in the sack
Crackerjack craftsmanship aside, does Currin's Whitney show live up to the critical hype?
Lucas Samaras's Whitney show is a portrait of the artist as an imp of the perverse
At Two Locations, Photographer Katy Grannan Returns With Richer, Riskier New Work
The Fine Art of Picking a Shtick
The Legacy of Kathy Acker
Where Does the Art World Go in the Summer?
The Return of the Kahlo Cult
Photography's Two Different Worlds
A New Exhibit at the Jewish Museum Produces an Uproar
Assessing the New Scale Model
Rock And Rap Shows Bed-Spring Into Action
Going Against the Contemporary Grain With Saul Fletcher
A Rough Guide to the Flash and Trash of Summer Reading
Two Filmmakers and Their Ever-Present Cameras
Charlie Finch and his journal, Coagula, promise 'thumbtacks for the art world's pretty little ass.' his peers are feeling the sting.
At the Kitchen, a New-Style Chef