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"It is a universal thing that a director can touch and harass his actresses at will."
What inspires us? "Is there anybody going to listen to my story?" sang Joe Jackson when he visited Chicago this past month.
For the foreseeable future, art fans venturing to the Museum of Modern Art will be ogling mostly male artists. WHY?
Where most jazz singers tour, Elling traverses the globe. His latest album, Passion World, just out on Blue Note records, maps Elling's peripatetic restlessness via songs from more than a half-dozen foreign countries.
If your spring awakening has been slow to start, may I suggest a cultural catalyst to help; Ascend from your wintry slump with a visit to some of the city's current art exhibits.
On the occasion of Tri Angle Records 5th Anniversary as part of Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York, I got the chance to interview the charming Tri Angle Records founder Robin Carolan at my local neighborhood diner.
Just an iconic rhythm and sound of Björk. 7. I Miss You/Björk 6. Human Behavior/Björk This is the kind of music I would love
Pablo Art Market-Criticism, the eldest son of the muse and allegorical figure Art Criticism has confirmed reports circulating earlier today that his mother has been hospitalized.
What did the brilliant David Bowie Is get so, so right that the Museum of Modern Art's shockingly apathetic Björk retrospective got so, so wrong?
Backed by the fifteen-piece modern classical orchestra, Alarm Will Sound, her voice resonated with chilling clarity.
After an unprecedented eight gigs scattered around New York City from Carnegie Hall to Brooklyn's Kings Theater to Manhattan's City Center for her closing nights, Vulnicura came to blossom.
This article originally appeared on Slate. By Jay Deshpande Busy times for Björk: Today the Icelandic artist unveiled the
"How do you hang a song on a wall?" This was Bjork's main concern when Klaus Biesenbach, current Chief Curator at Large at the Museum of Modern Art, first approached her about mounting an exhibition of her work, way back in the year 2000.
In non-Bjork English: Love is in the little details. Yet, in every single one of the exhibition's damning reviews, the blame