Lots to get to this week. For starters Steven Kasher Gallery exhibits an incredible display of images by former Village Voice photographer Fred W. McDarrah titled "Save the Village." Also, Munch Gallery hosts a 24-hour nonstop solo recital mash-up of William S. Burroughs's infamous Nova Trilogy to ... More >>
A stop at the Joyce Theater for the Legacy Tour
The veteran choreographers offer old and new pieces
Jill Johnston died on September 18, following a stroke nine days earlier. The shock waves are reverberating. Perhaps we thought she was indestructible. Jill began to write about dance for The Village Voice in 1959, four years after Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher, and Norman Mailer founded the small, feisty ... More >>
Get spooked in the Guggenheims rotunda
Artist Daniel Arsham takes his cutting-edge work downtown
Sonic Youth and others celebrate Merce Cunninghams 90th
Exhibition explores transition of canvas to camera
The optimist who used a bald eagle to challenge America's idea of art
Seductive lessons in perusing a fleeting world
Strong building, weak show: "Unmonumental"
Richie Budd's sculptures cook popcorn and meat
Rachel Harrison's current show ambivalently memorializes sculptureand men
Choreographer Trisha Brown loves her robotsand other technology, too
Places on the edge of language that the world can't strip away
Soaking up grade-a dance without breaking the bank
The glory of Fountain, Marcel Duchamp's ground-breaking "moneybags piss pot"
A pair of predictable and bellicose iconophobes
A line drawn in the psychic sands of American sexual and cultural values
Rauschenberg created a turning point in visual syntax and optical structure
We narrowed your choices down to the very best of the season so you're not overwhelmed
Highlights from the Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry
From superheroes to Hello Kitty, comic relief makes its way into the art world this spring
Bogart and Mee's homage to Rauschenberg's homeland spirit
Merce Cunningham keeps ahead of the times; Cuba's National Ballet fancies up tradition
Under a new director, will the Whitney's future be brighter than its recent past?
We're Henry IV, We Are, We Are: The Plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, Are the Things
Avant-Garde Guru Richard Kostelanetz Goes Off the Map
What I Love About 'What I Loved'
Cunningham and His Colleagues Recall 50 Years on the Road
Inward and Downward With the Arts
Merce Cunningham Creates New Worlds
Kicking Off Fall With a Spirit Journey