Director Michael Glawogger has a knack for shadowing pimps and hookers through the city's armpits. The third part of his existential trilogy that began with Megacities and Workingman's Death culminates in the whorehouses of three metropolises.
The art world often sidelines humanist works for their accessibility and for their campaigns of universal mantras, but Mori has a history of meshing modern technology with ancient practices in a way that engenders contemplation for our place in the natural world.
Peter Greenaway's sound and light dramatization of Leonardo da Vinci's 1492 painting The Last Supper makes for a breath-taking exhibit inside the monumental interiors of the Park Avenue Armory in New York.
The inaugural exhibition is of Guillermo Kuitca's Le Sacre (1992), comprised of maps painted onto 54 mattresses, and for the first time, the beds are being vertically displayed as originally envisioned by the artist.