Try your hand at juggling
Like the blood that gushes forth from the elevators of the Overlook Hotel, brilliant/ridiculous theories of what Stanley Kubrick's The Shining is really about have for years surged madly and memorably--especially online, where the Internet's dead ends, blind links, and back-where-you-started argumen ... More >>
A new look at Picasso
Don't forget to pack the Reese’s Pieces
Just say no to sexism in the arts with the Guerrilla Girls
Humans can morph into just about anything
This week in the Voice, out today: Chris Parker details the Feds' crackdown on online gambling. He says of players' hopes: "When you've turned nothing into something once already, you tend to feel like you can do it again. There's faith your luck will turn. Perhaps it's delusion. But for a professio ... More >>
Brooklyn gets its close-up in Goodfellas
Plus, Ray Parker at Washburn; Cinthia Marcelle at Galerie Lelong; and Dawn Clements at Pierogi
Celebrating BAM with a cult classic
Michael Bay shoots the moon
Are the Hamptons ready for a boy from Ancient Greece?
Are you hip to the cultural brainworm sometimes referred to as Bros Icing Bros? It involves Smirnoff Ice and humiliation, kind of like your third "real" girlfriend. Regardless: Last night at Cipriani Wall Street, a ceremony celebrating the greater cultural merits of the I CAN HAZ CHEEZERBURGE ... More >>
Two artists heat things up at Brooklynite Gallery
This is ironic: Studies are now suggesting that Charles Darwin's family suffered from a rash of birth and growth defects. Because of inbreeding. Like, serious inbreeding. Like, he was schtupping his first cousin. Via Yahoo/LiveScience:
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 21, 1967, Vol. XIII, No. 10 Andy Warhol's Book Party: Put-On, Pop-Out, Blow-Up by Sally Kempton and Ross Wetzsteon "Do you think pop art is..." "No." "What?" "No." "Do you think pop art is..." "No...No, I don't." Andy Warhol h ... More >>
Two veteran artists offer two very different visions of women
Seductive portraits featured at the New Museum
A vast, retrospective look at the roots of feminist art
A post-strike round-up: four Broadway openings, plus a little Off-Broadway Darwinism
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
The Brooklyn Museum surveys the world's female artists
Imp of the art-historical perverse
A melancholic world of old soldiers, grande dames, torpid dandies, and tormented souls.
Mayhem was their antidote to a world gone mad
A pair of predictable and bellicose iconophobes
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
A Brief History of Protest Art
Taking Note of Marginalia