Pop Art usually brings to mind Campbell’s Soup ads and bright, cheery depictions of American culture, but Sinister Pop uncovers a darker side of Pop, the kind they don’t show on TV.
Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective displays over one hundred popular paintings, drawings, and sculptures from throughout Lichtenstein’s career.
This week in New York, the Museum of Arts and Design mounts an olfactory exhibition, and filmmaker Jim Jarmusch releases an album at MoMA PS1.
Think you look resourceful and outdoorsy with your Swiss Army Knife? What if it was made out of felt? What if it was called “the Manager”?
We caught up with artist-cum-nightclub mogul André Saraiva to talk graffiti, Parisian nightlife, and social art projects.
Hurricane Sandy and the recent nor’easter hitting the East Coast have gotten many of us thinking about the looming threat of climate change. Artist Diana Thater’s Chernobyl at David Zwirner gallery reflects on a manmade catastrophe from the recent past.