MM Serra is struggling to find a New York City venue bold enough to exhibit Charles Henri Ford's 1971 surrealist memoir film, Johnny Minotaur. Nobody wants to bite. This experimental classic reflects on teen sexuality with explicit homoerotic imagery. Unnamed institutions refuse to show it ... More >>
In this week's review, Michael Paglia visits the Kirkland Museum and the William Havu Gallery, both of which are offering solo shows in which the artists handle abstract subject matter. The exhibits deal with the distinction between recognizable imagery and abstract imagery. Continue reading for ph ... More >>
See Also: Maudlin Magpie at Unit E, Saturday, July 14 Maudlin Magpie started out as the solo project of Jason Horodyski, but after two shows, Horodyski realized he preferred to make music with other people. The band went through different line-ups before settling with its current incarnation. What ... More >>
The best is yet to come for Kal Cahoone. Which is crazy, because her musical resume is already quite impressive. She began writing songs while living in Chile. There, she collaborated with composer Christian Basso (one of their songs appears in the film Dot The I). When she came back home t ... More >>
Havu and the Museo are saturated in a vivid Latin beat.
Da Vinci's leap to the screen leaves no room for surprise.
The Bank Bar & Grille
Mel Gibson's Passion is more torture test than devotional.
Colorado's pyro-fetishists light it up at Burning Man 2002.
Tori Amos on her relationship with higher powers.
Me'Shell Ndegeocello fights the powers that be.
Performance artist Cristofer Lix talks and sings about living with AIDS.