Go behind the scenes with ten obsessive filmmakers, including Ed Harris, Todd Haynes, Alfred Hitchcock, Ennio Morricone, and Hilary Swank.
Turks are intensely proud of their heritage. But on my recent trip to Istanbul, we were encouraged to forget the past and look only at the present.
The new documentary Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present is a backstage look at the artist’s career-crowning MoMA retrospective, down to the emergency toilet hidden in the chair she sat in, without moving, 7.5 hours per day – 736 hours and 30 minutes in all – over the course of the exhibition.
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.
Famous actor and shameless dilettante James Franco has made short work of his art career since his first solo show only two years ago at Clocktower Gallery. His latest project at LA MOCA is based on Nicholas Ray’s classic 1955 film Rebel Without A Cause.