Tiffany is a New York-based writer and editor whose work has appeared in Surface, Wallpaper*, Acne Paper, Art Review, Paper and Nylon, among others. Most recently, she was part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s curatorial team that produced the 2011 exhibition, “Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970–1990.”
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Watch Wu-Tang’s GZA perform all the songs from Liquid Swords, catch a screening of Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, and peek inside the studios of more than a hundred area artists in the eight-day extravaganza known as Brooklyn’s Northside Festival.
Get your museum on by stopping by Tuesday’s annual Museum Mile Festival.
This week, the train won’t be the only thing running along the 7 line. The fourth-annual Queens Art Express is a borough-wide art/music/food/performance/literature festival presented by the Queens Council on the Arts.
Last week, the brand-new East London eat spot Tramshed flung open its doors to present its crowning conversation piece: Cock and Bull, Damien Hirst’s latest addition to his famed Natural History series.