Japanese artist Isamu Noguchi was one pretty cool cat. The Ben Franklin of the art world, Noguchi was a real Renaissance man, and was well-known for his simplistic sculptures, public art, landscape architecture, lighting, and furniture. There’s a Noguchi Museum in Long Island City– dedicated to the jack-of-all-trades’s work, and,
Have nothing to do on this fine Monday? Well, why don’t you push your mind to the brink of insanity by watching a classic cult film that’s about the occult? And then maybe joining a cult? Kidding! But seriously– this is the last week that Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 film The
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,
Among many things, PS1 is well-known for convincing Manhattanites to take the 7 train for over 10 years. You can tell something big is going on: the nervous energy on the subway platform is palpable and fingers trace the purple line on the map to count the stops. They descend
While collecting art books may not be the cheapest hobby, you can score some serious steals and stock up on zines at this year’s New York Art Book Fair. Hosted by one of my favorite bookstores, Printed Matter, over 280 publishers are taking over MoMa’s PS1 for your perusing pleasure.
After spouting off on the wonders of Brooklyn Yard and how sweet all the parties would be there this summer, I feel bad for getting your (and my) hopes up since the venue shuttered less than a week after I wrote about them, goddamnit. But don’t fret, the Sunday Best