Erik den Breejen is a painter, writer, and occasional musician based at…
Although often associated with Pop Art, Ed Ruscha is hard to pin down, less faithful to a movement than his own idiosyncratic vision.
Balance, invention, and playfulness are on display alongside weightier content in summer exhibitions at East Hampton.
At Nino Mier, the summer group show to end all summer group shows.
Wagner never could get over the idea that in order for mankind to be saved a woman needed to pay the price. From ‘Tannhäuser’ to ‘Götterdammerung,’ his works’ motto could well be ‘It ain’t over ’til the heroine dies.’
Yet the work’s intent resists easy categorization. Take, say, the artist’s most famous creation, the iconic Arrow Collar Man, who became so popular among women that the fictional character received its own fan mail.
Music critic Joseph Horowitz’s first novel is an alchemical quest — to bring memories and accounts from dusty archives to life, and he largely succeeds.