Shock and duh.
Brisket taco drenched with toppings Many people have been comparing the Flatiron's new Tres Carnes to the fast-casual model of Chipotle, with its assembly-line and infinitely customizable tacos and burritos. But a more astute comparison lies eight blocks South, at Dos Toros, which has brought in Me ... More >>
‚ÄčThe Round of 64 for Sound of the City's own version of March Madnessin which you, the Sound of the City voting public, help determine the quintessential New York musicianfinishes up this week, with the Round of 32 scheduled to kick off Monday. (The schedule and results so far are he ... More >>
Plus: Almagul Menlibayeva at Priska C. Juschka; 'Drawing and its Double' at the Drawing Center
Plus 'callum innes | colm toibin: water | colour' at Sean Kelly
Guess who? Photo by Rebecca Smeyne.Alright, let's do this, before I change my mind. With apologies to The-Dream, Sleigh Bells, Ted Leo, Kylesa, Swans, Zola Jesus, Marnie Stern, and all other vestiges of my punk rock past, and especially you Nicki Minaj, who missed both of my lists this year. ... More >>
Big, lavish complex planned—hotel, dance club, spa. Y'all come!
Just when you think New York has everything, an idea morphs into reality that makes people wonder, "What the hell took so long?" This, my friends, is the definition of one of those ideas. At 510 West 42nd Street, appropriately sandwiched between Chelsea and the Theater District, a hotel calle ... More >>
Matthew Barney exposes his films again
"Let's challenge ourselves to not create a track that is not 25 amplifiers and cabinets turned up to 10. Let's create something that breathes, that has space and silences." The advance listening sessions for Monoliths & Dimensions, the new Sunn O))) album (and 7th in ten years), couldn't have fal ... More >>
'70s avant-garde filmmaker-cum-painter returns to the moving image
Consensus pick projects his influence at the New Museum of Contemporary Art
Reveals the limitations of a vaunted conceptualist
In Wake Up!, Karen Finley channels Laura Bush and Terri Schiavo
Recommendations by R.C. Baker
Would you like some mime with your cannibalism?
Awe and threat at the Museum of Modern Art's vast Richard Serra retrospective
Performance art and the rise of contemporary photography
Pop rocks: The clever, idiosyncratic debut of an artist who happens to make paintings
A 35-year survey by a sculptor who eloquently explores the messy, dark side of matter
Reassessing Keith Sonnier, a homegrown Arte Povera artist who brightened up the '70s
Kafka on 24th Street: Gregor Schneider turns a white cube in Chelsea into a black hole
Gnawing on Antoni's sculpture/performance piece, from riveting event to inert object
Artist Lucas Samaras Peers into the Looking Glass and Sees Himself Over and Over Again
In the House With Do-Ho Suh
Douglas Gordon Lands on 'Animal Planet'
Bush Comes to Shove; Barney Goes for Baroque
An Extreme Painter Lays It Out
On Still Being Smitten With Matthew Barney
Jack Goldstein Returns to New York
The Art World Now and Then
Navigating the Venice Biennales Sprawling Interzone
The Life and Death of Sohos Gallery Cornerstone