Kurt Weill could mix European-style music with Broadway razzle-dazzle. But for music lovers, Weill is probably best known for numbers such as "The September Song," being performed this January.
George Condo (Photograph by Antony Crook) George Condo is a prolific painter whose career spans almost three decades. In the last five years his wor...
Will Ryman took a somewhat roundabout route to sculpture. For something like a dozen years he maintained a career as a playwright, and - as he explai...
"Phil Ochs - There But For Fortune", a new documentary about the late folk singer Phil Ochs, had its New York premiere on Wednesday. Friends and famil...
Jay-Z's music and now his tremendous new book bring us one step closer to feeling what it was like growing up in the project
Outside the Union Square Barnes & Noble people were huddling in the frigid cold. Dale Peck wore a bomber hat and coordinated with supporters by phone for a book reading -- on the pavement.
Even with holiday parties in full swing, the New York artworld does not rest.
From the moment the curtain rises onto a pack of booze-swilling suburbanites engaged in a libidinous promenade, it's clear The Hard Nut is not your ordinary Nutcracker.
The NYC art scene is back in full swing: you can eat dinner amidst biblical and art historical allusions or play a larger-than-life video game.
Certainly the strongest work exhibited in New York in 2010 was overwhelmingly by women, to the extent that in every relevant category, it was work by women that claimed priority.
ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting ...
It's simple with an edge of glamour," Katrina Bowden told me at the Ann Taylor Spring 2011 collection preview party last Wednesday night, at the private rooftop of the Gramercy Park Hotel.
ARTINFO presents a guide to the most interesting gallery openings and art events in New York each week.
I am getting more and more excited about Anthony Perkins outside of Psycho whenever I catch him in a movie or, more surprisingly, a musical.