The king of the multi-hyphenate, James Franco, is presenting a new performance piece at MoMA PS1 on April 7.
As if Grand Central Terminal weren’t crowded enough, artist Nick Cave (not the singer) is adding a fanciful new group to the multitude.
The Mona Lisa in a transparent dress and cat eye sunglasses.
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.
When the Guggenheim takes its programming out to the streets, subways, and parks of New York City, they call on beloved prank collective Improv Everywhere.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art brings together three decades worth of visual art inspired by and commenting on performance and theatricality.