BY Elle Brosh in Artsy on Mar 07, 2014 |
Artists Molly Surno and Molly Lowe each have very important solo exhibitions at the Suzanne Geiss Company in Soho. The showcase opened last night, and will be on display until March 29th, 2014. These two female artists do extremely important work, so if you are in need of some artistic inspiration, or just want a cool place to go before a crazy night on the town, please go check it out!<
The Suzanne Geiss Company 76 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013
Both ... Read More
BY Fatimah Hameed in Music Stuff on Dec 10, 2013 |
One of our favorite rockers is back with a new album and really awesome hair: St. Vincent's fourth and upcoming self-titled album is set to be released in the US on February 25th. Just yesterday, "Birth in Reverse," the first single from the album, descended upon the world like a magnificent rain of metallic sequins and sardonic rawness with driving percussion and a catchy hook.
Annie Clark, the woman behind the music, explained her thought process for the ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in Artsy on Sep 12, 2013 |
If Yoko Ono is ever short on cash (highly unlikely, since I own 10,000 copies of Grapefruit), I suggest that she bottle her essence and sell it on the street so that the rest of the world can experience the same eternal, restless creative energy that has propelled her lifelong career.
You would think that for a soon-to-be 81 year old woman, productive efforts may have slowed, or at least have taken a backseat to Bingo-related activities. But who am I kidding? This ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Artsy on Jun 30, 2011 |
Is the best moment of your day is when you finally can return home and wriggle out of those too-tight pants, pinching shoes, or bra with poking underwire, and engulf yourself in a big fluffy robe?
Me too. And that's why artist Lauren Maul, created the The Comfortable Girl comic blog. She describes herself as, "Just your average comfortable girl, seeking a life free form tight clothes and trying to be pretty." She's an advocate of maintaining a ... Read More
BY Mary S in Artsy on Jan 19, 2011 |
On first glance, the art of Jessica Harrison may appear to fit in with any number of sweet miniatures- perhaps you’ll see a tiny, plush chair, old-fashioned baby carriage, or waltzing lady. On closer inspection, we see a thick red tongue protruding from the pram, the fleshy chair sprouting hair, and the lady holding her brain in her hands.
Like a good Victorian ghost story (or one by those more modern masters, Angela Carter or Kelly Link), Harrison ... Read More