Everything you need to know to make it as an art-lover who doesn't ever want to go to Chelsea.
A studio visit prior to the artist’s solo exhibition at Sometimes permits glimpses of fantastical horrors and humors alike.
Based on the life and work of Lewis Carroll and his disturbing relationship with Alice Liddell, the young girl he loved and for whom he wrote Alice in Wonderland, this is the opposite of passive theatergoing: it's a real adventure through the proverbial looking-glass. Performed in a 100-year-old institutional building that has been dressed to look and feel like an old asylum, crammed with all kinds of creepy Carroll ephemera, it viscerally arrives at is the awful standoff between a little girl and an older man who loved her inappropriately and made something beautiful for her to salve his pain—and also to ensnare her forever. It gets across the full horror of what that meant for her, and also what that means for us. $95-$125
The Kingsland Ward at St. Johns, 195 Maujer Street, Williamsburg
Jun 5, 2013
You're going to hear us talk an awful lot about this over the next week. Just warning you now.
Jun 5, 2013
Talking to the founder of the world's biggest short-film festival, which is in Prospect Park this year.
The Spanish director returns to his roots with this sex farce.
Jem Cohen's gorgeous ode to Vienna, museums, and art.
This Somali-hijacking movie is tauter for its stretches of eerie calm.
Traveling for work in the art world isn't as glamorous as it might sound.
"Sometimes I put all the ice cubes in my freezer in a big bag and then rub that all over myself."
Dear Audrey, my girlfriend says she's poly, but I don't believe you can love two people at once.
Peccadillo revives this 1926 smother-love expose with effective sincerity.
The Brooklyn Museum is showing its complete holdings of her affecting woodblock prints.
Colum's problematic new novel looks at Ireland's tragedies through myriad eyes.
Calvin Lee Reeder's surreal road movie through American grotesquerie.
Fertilities deeply organic and variably mechanical ground this set of art picks from our 6/19 issue.
It's the second to last night, so make this one count.
Early Jackie Chan and perverted Cronenberg.
Jun 19, 2013
The Measure cont'd
Tonight, we've got a documentary about deceased pets, a love letter to New York City and more.
Jun 18, 2013
Meet the local writers, directors and producers showing in this year's BAMcinemaFest.
Jun 18, 2013
And they obliged, thank goodness.
Jun 17, 2013
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