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9.17.19

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.

7.17.17

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

The extensive online archive spans 150 years of performance history.

6.28.17

ART TRENDS: Independent Curators

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

3.1.17

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.

12.13.16

FKA twigs Shares New Short Film, 'Soundtrack 7'

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

11.11.16

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.

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11.3.16

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.

8.10.16

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.

7.7.16

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.

3.9.16

16-Second Video Artwork Sums Up Police Brutality

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

10.12.15

Woven Portraits Break Photography's 2D Limits

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

9.4.15

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

Don't labor; meander the streets for art.

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