A new exhibition remembers New York's Happenings of the late 50's and early 60's.
LACMA celebrates female surrealists with a new exhibition.
A new musical that marries the plot of
Aristophanes’s 411 BC comedy Lysistrata to the story of Athens
University’s fictional dud of a basketball team.
In “The Bearden
Project” (November 10, 2011–March 11, 2012), more than 40
contemporary artists—among them, Mark Bradford, Kori Newkirk,
Alison Saar, Nari Ward, and Glenn Ligon—will respond to
Bearden’s legacy with individual works.
Photographer Lindsay McCrum has turned her lens on women who pack
heat—and her pictures make a fascinating book.
Documentary director Errol Morris releases his first book, Believing Is
Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of Photography.
This month four standout authors weigh in with
novels supremely attuned to either the world in which we live or the
past that gave it shape.
What happens when Lady Gaga invests in a hopelessly unhip Manhattan
eatery? Celia McGee tucks in.