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Interview: Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner

Interview: Casey Spooner of Fischerspooner

Spanning performance art, music and theatre, the influential New York legend weighs in on his upcoming book "New Truth"

by Josh Rubin in Culture on 12 September 2014

Art Basel 2014: 14 Rooms

Art Basel 2014: 14 Rooms

Each room features fascinating and immersive performance pieces by Roman Ondák, Marina Abramović and more

by Evan Orensten in Culture on 19 June 2014

Cool Hunting Video: Flex

Cool Hunting Video: Flex

Remarkable skills, creativity and self-expression combine to define Flex dancing

by Cool Hunting Video in Culture on 09 April 2014

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Dances of Vice

Dances of Vice

The group hosts enchanted evenings that are equal parts party, performance and fantasy

by Natasha Tauber in Culture on 06 February 2014

BOFFO Fire Island Art Camp

BOFFO Fire Island Art Camp

NYC's arts-focused nonprofit opens a summer residency and programming at the beach

by David Graver in Culture on 13 June 2013

Liberace Extravaganza!

Liberace Extravaganza!

Peeking inside the performer's costume stockpile of Swarovski crystal, satin and silk

by James Thorne in Culture on 15 April 2013

The Tate Modern: Live Art

The Tate Modern: Live Art

An exploration of the relationship between artist and audience

by Karen Day in Culture on 26 July 2012

Memory II: Hunger

Memory II: Hunger

Collective memories of China's Great Famine reinterpreted for the stage

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 11 May 2012

Whitney Biennial 2012

Whitney Biennial 2012

Four dynamic contemporary American artists

by Kelly O'Reilly in Culture on 01 March 2012

3020 Laguna Street in Exitum

3020 Laguna Street in Exitum

Nine artists transform a 150 year old house into a home of site-specific installations

by Graham Hiemstra in Culture on 16 February 2012

Open Score

Open Score

The U.S. Open of art: Rauschenberg's 1966 performance pairing tennis and technology

by Ami Kealoha in Culture on 08 September 2011

Why Patterns

Why Patterns

Ping-pong balls and dance in the U.S. debut of a visually arresting performance

by Roman Espejo in Culture on 26 July 2011

Ugly-Kid Gumo

Ugly-Kid Gumo

Parisian street artist brings his gritty vision of Oz to NYC

by Nicholena Moon in Culture on 23 June 2011

L Train Luncheon

L Train Luncheon

NYC's supper clubs offer an impromptu dining cart serving up a six course meal in the subway

by Evan Orensten in Food + Drink on 09 May 2011

Dig

Dig

Explorations in form as artists carve out a foam-filled room

by Greg Stefano in Design on 30 March 2011

John Maeda Is The Fortune-Cookie

John Maeda Is The Fortune-Cookie

The wise RISD president dispenses personalized advice in a live exhibition at London's Riflemaker gallery

by Leonora Oppenheim in Culture on 19 November 2010