The daughter of the late Yul Brynner has published a four-volume book of the actor's photographs, and on the Lehman Maupin gallery is exhibiting excerpts of them to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the actor's death.
At first it was just patchwork over windows and signposts, deceptively simple. A piece of paper bisected by a black line with a Helvetica-fonted survey question about the "Ground Zero mosque" on both sides.
The audience includes those dressed as their favorite elves or wizards. This is fellowship of a wholly different order -- a mesmerizing venture, both visual and musical.
Ice-T is still stylin' like an American Che Guevara, but he's officially joined the force 19 years after "Cop Killer". (photos © Jaime Rojo) ...
This French film is very light, in the tradition of a superior American comedy, The Wedding Crashers.
The unprecedented growth of the global grassroots art movement can be directly traced to digital photography and the people behind the camera.
Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage is the kind of piece that's ripe for a cult following, so it'd be great to see it land a residency somewhere in the city.