Pray for Alia Shawkat, Who's Performing the Same Scene for 24 Hours Straight

She's starring in 'The Second Woman,' a play in which she'll perform a single set of lines 100 different times.


The Brooklyn Academy of Music Just Put 70,000 Art Objects Online

The extensive online archive spans 150 years of performance history.


ART TRENDS: Independent Curators

Is an increasingly institute-agnostic art world just over the horizon?


New Arthur Russell Exhibition in New York Features Unheard Material

'Do What I Want: The Experimental World of Arthur Russell​' is currently on view at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.


FKA twigs Shares New Short Film, 'Soundtrack 7'

“flesh, sweat, feeling, muscle, and a live movement, no air brushing, no frills.”


Dancer Defies Gravity Amidst 5,700 Nylon Strings

Like a creature in a spider's web, Kaori Ito is trapped and suspended onstage at BAM.


Gritty Johannesburg, Human/Puppet Theater, and Canine Video Art | Culture Beat Episode 6

From a South African gallery to the art of dog grooming, check out this episode of Culture Beat.


Here Are the 2016 Taste Talks Food & Drink Awards Nominees

The nominees are in for the first Taste Talks Food & Drink Awards in the categories of restaurant and chef awards, innovation awards, and media awards.


Even If the Sports Cable Bubble Bursts, You Probably Won't Save Money

Disney's reported $1 billion planned investment into BAM Tech, MLB's streaming-video company, is one of many reasons to believe that even in the era of cable cord-cutting, fans will still pay premium prices for sport broadcasts.


16-Second Video Artwork Sums Up Police Brutality

Sanford Biggers’ 'BAM' is a gripping tale of police violence against black bodies.


Woven Portraits Break Photography's 2D Limits

To develop layered portraits, David Samuel Stern moves beyond Photoshop.


5 "Art Things" to Do Over Labor Day Weekend in NYC

Don't labor; meander the streets for art.