These Speaker Dresses Are Both Eye and Ear Candy
Artist and musician Pauchi Sasaki spoke to us about designing attire that is both fashionable and playable.
Remembering Leon Russell, Music's Voice of Possibility
Russell wasn't just a talented musician; he embodied the open-mindedness, eclecticism, and steadfast conviction that so many artists strive to capture.
Leonard Cohen's Literary Work Was as Essential as His Music
Leonard Cohen's musical catalog was robust and full of classics—but his literary work was no less essential to understanding his art.
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Umberto Eco Taught the World How to Think About Conspiracies and Fascism
The great Italian novelist passed away Friday, but his lessons on fascism, whodunits, and deep-dive erudition remain.
Talking Celebrities, Collaboration, and Chairs with Playwright and Artist Robert Wilson
We spoke to the famed playwright about his recent exhibition and what it was like working with Steve Buscemi, Marlene Dietrich, and Lady Gaga.
The Long, Strange Trip of the Chemists Behind the Legendary LSD 'Orange Sunshine'
'The Sunshine Makers' is a new documentary that shares the untold story of the chemists-turned-criminals who altered the psychedelic world.
RBMA Shines a Light on Paris Vogue Scene In New Feature Film
As part of their ongoing stint in Paris, the new film focuses on vogue balls that take place in underground clubs around the French capital.
Everyone Is Going to Instagram the Shit Out of ‘Picasso Sculpture’
The once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of sculptures at MoMA is the newest big art thing you'll feel like a jerk for missing out on.
'The Wolfpack' Brothers Show Us How to Reenact Our Favourite Films
Brothers Mukunda and Narayana Angulo of 'The Wolfpack' made their own Pulp Fiction and Dark Knight reenactments with cereal boxes, cardboard, paper, tape and the occasional yoga mat.
Les Blank Made a Documentary About Leon Russell and It's Finally Getting a Release
Filmed in 1974, 'A Poem Is a Naked Person' is an album on film with an all-star cast, including Willie Nelson, George Jones, and Jim Franklin.
The Guggenheim's 'Storylines' Creates New Narratives for Famed Visual Art
The New York museum's new exhibition is a group show, film festival and literary guidebook – all in one.