Can you spot your sign?
His new film, The Shape of Water, is an old-fashioned love story, with the Creature from the Black Lagoon as the misunderstood leading man.
The Hudson holy site is being abandoned.
A tribute to Yoko Ono.
Meet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
“It is like presenting yourself to an old lover; to give to the city what I never had a chance to achieve when I was there.”
Digging through the Whitney’s archive of resistance.
“Rob had a hole in his schedule, and we thought, Let’s make a piece of pulp, you know?”
Pre-Instagram pretty boys lounge.
ProjectArt hosts an exhibition of the very early works of famous artists.
The art world is going to war with Trump. If it doesn’t shoot itself in the foot first.
You can now see the Maurizio Cattelan documentary.
A visit with the artist.
The perfect punk artist for the Trump era has a show at the New Museum. Here’s a sampler.
Halil Altindere’s Space Refugee, like much of his work, is both absurdist and humane.
What a show at the Centre Pompidou did for me.
Barry Jenkins got by with a little help from his friends — who happen to be married, and didn’t know him as well as they thought before they made Moonlight.
“The beautiful thing about Moonlight is that it’s like, This is who I am. This is where I’m from. This is my DNA.”
“For me, it wasn’t about death. It was about bringing them back to life.”
His new book, How to See, is a trenchant and light-on-its-feet collection of critical essays and musings about art, artists, and fame.
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