Arts

  • A Great Mystery

    A work of art needs a suitable frame, and with its exclusive new exhibition, "Treasures From Shanghai: 5,000 Years of Art and Culture" ensconced... More >>

  • A.A.

    While esotericism seems antithetical to the act or purpose of art appreciation, hyper-notoriety and commercial success can be equally as... More >>

  • For Their Protection

    Art ages as quickly as we do—making Grand Central Art Center's new Bill Burns show "Safety Gear for Small Animals" a rare critter indeed.... More >>

  • Reclusive Reprobates

    Another 300 words on Sympathy for the Records Industry founder Long Gone John's current art show at Grand Central? Anything you say, Mr. Calendar... More >>

  • A Million Points of Paint

    Most art disappears some time after it's hung, once your eyes grow accustomed to and stop seeing it—which thankfully is not a problem for... More >>

  • The American Century

    Art openings are great, except when the actual real live artists are there painting. Then it gets weird. Do you ask a question? Do you talk at... More >>

  • 'Never Be Daunted'

    I. The "You," Just So You Know, Is Professor Mark Axelrod You are sitting across one of those tiny, round Parisian café tables from . . . Samuel B... More >>

  • John, Long Gone

    Long Gone John finally lives up to his piratical name. The far-sighted art collector and owner/operator of Long Beach independent record label... More >>

  • The Modern Organics

    eVocal is a friendly exchange, the owner Brett Walker says, falling a bit over his words because he talks so fast. As a graphic designer with his... More >>

  • Mesmerizing Voices

    The first thing that grabs you when New York poet Roger Bonair-Agard performs is his voice. Okay, it's probably not the first thing. He's an... More >>

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