What to See
“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.
A critically acclaimed exhibition at the British Museum includes 250 objects that together create a powerful narrative of everyday life in ancient Rome.
As if Grand Central Terminal weren’t crowded enough, artist Nick Cave (not the singer) is adding a fanciful new group to the multitude.
Poetry and Politics at the Walther Collection presents seventy-five vintage postcards, portraits, and cartes-de-visite from Eastern and Southern Africa.