Looking back at the icon and the people he influenced
via WFMUThe word "grinding" means different things to different people. For video-game enthusiasts, it represents the expository dead stretches where no action is happening. In drug-dealing culture, it signifies a never-ending hustle. In youth club culture, it's the dance style formerly known ... More >>
If you can snag this, congratulations, you've won. Saturday marks the fifth annual Record Store Day, the celebration of all things indie, vinyl, and limited edition-slash-noble ploy to get customers through the doors of the music stores still standing in the spring of 2011. It's basically the ... More >>
Fake meat, real artist
Move over, David Blaine
Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell's film is missing details, and the devil that's in them
A movie with troubled assets, indeed
A vast, retrospective look at the roots of feminist art
Come on people, how much more do you need out of Princess Raccoon? Also on DVD, Fritz Lang's clockwork noir The Woman in the Window.
CocoRosie's The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn
The lady is not a tramp: Andrea Fraser replaces sensationalism with adoration
Eve Sussman loses the thread of a masterpiece
Redford vs. De Niro: Utah fest moves into Tribeca's backyard
If there's no iconic image, does an artist's work risk becoming fuzzy in the mind?
Gay cowboys and masturbatory pet projects steam up fest
A work of art that reminds you of a time when museums were more like sex machines
In Paul Chan's apocalyptic landscape: Birds, suicide bombers, Pasolini, and Biggie Smalls
Restaging a masterpiece as a video, Eve Sussman puts viewers into Velázquez's picture
Vito de Milo: A pioneer of body art shows enduringly radical work from the '60s and '70s
Young executives keep cinephilia alive in the indie film industry's post-bust recovery
Kafka on 24th Street: Gregor Schneider turns a white cube in Chelsea into a black hole
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sequels?
General Idea Made Art from Culture's Forgotten Shell
Spanking the Modern Monkey
Art, Commerce, and the Persistence of Mammaries
The Guggenheim Museum Touches Bottom
The Art World Now and Then
Rephlex Records Knocks Techno Off Its High Horse
Weighing In on the Modern Amazon
Tracking the Resurgence of Experimental Film
Charlie Finch and his journal, Coagula, promise 'thumbtacks for the art world's pretty little ass.' his peers are feeling the sting.
Yayoi Kusama returns right on time