This art admires you back
Murray Hill hosts his annual swinging shindig
Marina Abramovic’s life is put to music
The artists are not present at the Whitney
Marina Abramovic is rolling out plans for her very own art institute in Hudson, NY and--sigh--she's using to Kickstarter to fund it.
Solaris gets a marathon reading
Michael Quattlebaum Jr. takes rap beyond pronouns
UCB mocks the year’s worst
Looking back at Marina Abramovic’s staring contest
At MOMA, the artist examined us as individuals. A new doc does the same to her.
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 >>
Now that Facebook has decided to publish a timeline that includes all of our online goings-on since birth, we wonder what a tangible chronicle of this would look like. Enter the very pregnant performance artist Marni Kotak, who is transforming the Microscope Gallery into a home-birth center where sh ... More >>
Last year, artist Marina Abramovic's "The Artist is Present" exhibit at MoMA became the biggest performance art exhibition in the museum's history. Abramovic sat in a chair for a total of 760 hours and 30 minutes over the course of a couple months and people were invited to stare at her, insp ... More >>
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Wild woman Gerry Visco hosted an all-star "Gerry Party" at the Wild Project the other night, and even debuted her new song "How To Be A Top" with a bevy of tops and bottoms ("half of which were liars," says Visco). But the real drama happened when performing legend Penny Arcade took the stag ... More >>
Andy Kaufman in the gallery
Village Voice art critics pick their favorite shows of the year
Amber Martin and her many, many characters
Gay performance festival leaves nothing out
Post-punks Japanther give performance art a shot
Has performance art lost its edge? Is that a bad thing? A visit to Performa 07.
At 81, Alvin Epstein's trying something classic and new
Fall pilots: Real deal, or no deal?
All's Well on Broadway, where Mom Kron is proneto delight
Blissed Psychedelic Freaks Bequeath Skykissing Guitars to Industrial Autopsy Aesthetes
John Kelly Represents in Mime