THIS WEEK: It’s almost Earth Day, and Maya Lin has unveiled her video installation of “What Is Missing?” n the MTV screen in Times Square and photographer Mitch Epstein launched the “What Is American Power?” project, The 2010 Guggenheim Fellows were announced, Tan Lin will be “live re-publishing” his book Seven Controlled Vocabularies, Peter Carey‘s novel Parrot and Oliver in America comes out (tomorrow!), Pavement plays out Coachella, and more! Read on…
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THIS WEEK: Thomas Nozkowski‘s retrospective of works on paper at Senior & Shopmaker Gallery is closing, the IFC is having a three film Bette Gordon retrospective (go see Luminous Motion tonight at 7pm!), Poet Denise Duhamel reads from her latest work and talks with David Lehman at the New School, tomorrow, and more! Read on…
This week: James Welling‘s solo show of dazzling photographs titled “Glass House” at David Zwirner Gallery, Ian McEwan reads from his just-published novel Solar at the 92nd Street Y, master monologist Spalding Gray is the subject of a Steven Soderbergh documentary now screening at the IFC, Craig Fisher‘s new paintings are on view in “Monumental and Piccolini” at Allegra LaViola Gallery, and more. Read on…
This week: Amanda Ross-Ho‘s solo exhibition “SOMEBODY STOP ME” opens at Michell-Innes & Nash on April Fool’s day, Micachu & the Shapes perform with the Tanlines at the Poisson Rouge on Tuesday, Julie Mehretu is profiled in the The New Yorker, and Vito Acconci is following you…on twitter. What? Read on!
On the morning of Saturday March 27, 2010, the MoMA opened with Marina Abramovic seated facing a table and an empty chair, on schedule, ready to receive visitors as part of her ongoing marathon performance “The Artist is Present.” But this day was different, as the first visitor in line was a young woman who showed up dressed in a long blue dress and a black braid swept over one shoulder. Read on for an interview with the doppleganger, performance artist Anya Liftig.
Some warm weather may have come and gone in NYC, but we’re too busy to notice: Opening this week, Atom Egoyan’s new movie Chloe, and Eileen Quinlan‘s solo show “Nature Morte” at Miguel Abreu Gallery. Painter Eric Fischl and comedian Steve Martin ask themselves “Why LA Loves Art,” and Alfred Molina gives an interview about turning into Mark Rothko. Click through for details and more BOMBalerts!
Another week, another BOMBalert brought your way full of past BOMB notables currently making headlines. Click through to check out a handy list featuring info on Rona Pondick‘s new show, Mary Gaitskill‘s upcoming talk, Atom Egoyan‘s intriguing new movie featuring some intriguing actresses, and more. If you’re looking for things to see and do this week, we got your back, dear reader.
Listen to a BOMB podcast! Last Friday Sam Lipsyte appeared at BookCourt to read from his new darkly funny novel, The Ask, just published this March by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. BOMB tagged along to record the event, which was packed with fans and listeners who converged at BookCourt bookstore, located at 163 Court St. in Brooklyn. Subscribe to BOMB’s podcast feed here, or click through to listen right here.
A little worn out from a week at the art fairs, perhaps? We understand. How about switching it up and recuperating with some reading and attending whole slew of upcoming literary events featuring past and future BOMB notables? TONIGHT illustrious playwright Suzan Lori Parks will appear “in conversation” at 93Y at 8pm. Then on Tuesday Lore Segal, Tao Lin, and Kelly Burdick will host a panel discussion on the novella format at the Center for Fiction at 6:30pm. Read on…
Artist, painter, and BOMB blogger Tatiana Berg has exclusive access to the Armory Show preview
today yesterday and VOLTA NY today. She’ll be live tweeting on location armed with only an iPhone, a VIP pass, and plenty of moxie. Read her impressions in 140 character bursts on our twitter page, or on the widget below:
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