What to See
According to Vogue Style Editor at Large Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis, the best way to learn a city is through its artists.
As the Supreme Court prepares to make a decision on gay marriage, celebrate America’s gay history with an exhibit focusing on gay imagery and photography from 1870s through the 1970s.
A user-generated collection of video art on display adjacent to modern art legends at MoMA.
“Where I grew up, everybody was supposed to have the same haircut and drive the same color car. Bunny ears had to be pink and roses had to be red. I wanted to defy that.”
The king of the multi-hyphenate, James Franco, is presenting a new performance piece at MoMA PS1 on April 7.