Because navigating the Chelsea fall openings is like getting sucked into a vortex of air kissing. I’ve teamed up with WNYC to produce a handy map and audio guide to the opening of this week’s fall shows. The best part: you can download it as a printable PDF map or access it via smartphone. Click on the map icons for micro-previews that you can read and hear. With this handy guide, you’ll never be lost in Chelsea’s look-a-like blocks again.
Find everything you need right here.
I have an interview over at WNYC with art critic Ken Johnson about his new book, Are You Experienced? which chronicles the influence of 1960s drug culture on the last half century’s worth of art. Also included: tips on the best New York museum to be stoned in. (Image of the painting Rabbit, by Judith Linhares, featured in the book, comes courtesy of Prestel.)
Where my weekly Datebook is now up — featuring, among many other things, the civil rights era photographs of Charles Moore. Above, an image from Selma, 1965. (Image courtesy of Steven Kasher Gallery.)
In which I hang out with strangers in their PJs, eat cookies and meditate — over at WNYC.
I’ll be the one in the red leather pants. Find a short report and slideshow over at WNYC.
Get the deets on the big David Wojnarowicz show at PPOW (image above) — and many other happenings — on the weekly Datebook.
I’m out today, but you can find my New York City arts Datebook over at WNYC, complete with references to blowjobs and tampon cakes.
Working the phones at Gallerina today, where you can find my latest NYC Datebook — and a coupla good links related to the Wojnarowicz/Smithsonian controversy.