The blues encompasses more than the melancholic rhythms of Robert Johnson or the husky lyrics of John Lee Hooker.
Jean-Michel Basquiat, precocious and self-destructive painter, street artist, and musician, was fated to have a brief but momentous life.
When the holiday (ahem, consumerist) season gets you down, go interrogate the meaning of capitalism at an art exhibition in a defunct bank!
More than being an Absinthe-clouded, eerie-but-enjoyable dream sequence, Sleep No More is a constantly evolving art piece, different for each night and each person.
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.