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May 2016

Best Coast

The best of spring's chill vibes reference the motley, merry bands of surf rats and skater girls. a blissed-out East-meets-West-Coast mood that's the ultimate in off-duty.

Dusk to Dust

Model Avery Blanchard wanders the back streets of Red Hook.  

For well over a decade, Susanna has written and recorded some of the most beautiful and inscrutable pop music in the world. 

Prince Rama's State of Being

Prince Rama's latest album Xtreme Now takes its cue from an unlikely source: extreme sports. 

The Early Days of Queer Cinema

As the co-founder of Light Industry and Programmer-at-Large for the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Thomas Beard has been programming films in New York since his early 20s.

Discovery: Devika Bhise

When Devika Bhise was cast in her first major film, the 25-year-old New York-native didn't even have an agent. 

New Again: Tom Hanks

Starring Tom Hanks, Sarita Choudhury, and Alexander Black, the film adaptation of Dave Eggers' novel A Hologram for the King was released this past weekend.

The Hard Lovin’ Ways of Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis' story, that of a rebellious artist seeking connection and fulfillment, is the subject of the documentary short Hard Lovin' Woman. 

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Cops and Robbers

The Last Panthers is a spiraling, pan-European thriller that begins with a bank heist in Marseille. 

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Discovery: Justin Kuritzkes

Written by 25-year-old playwright Justin Kuritzkes, The Sensuality Party explores sexual politics, friendship, guilt, and redemption in the shadow of 9/11.

Billy Connolly in Brief

Later this week, Glaswegian comedian and actor Billy Connolly will bring his "High Horse" show to the Beacon Theatre in New York.

Rob Spillman

Recalling one's own childhood is unquestionably a creative act, blending myth, fantasy, fact, a cast of unusual characters, extremely detailed settings, and a dose of self-deception.

Armchair Traveler: The Fragile Figure

The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.

Kerry James Marshall's Mastry

For Kerry James Marshall, 20th century modernists and the Civil Rights Movement serve as recurring inspiration.

Paola Pivi's Truth and Lies

Paola Pivi's artistic practice explores the playfulness of the mind through mediums that range from photographic works of zebras standing on frozen tundra to life-size sculptures of bears covered in neon feathers.

Karl Holmqvist's Way with Words

From Debbie Harry and Beyoncé to Allen Ginsberg and Luc Boltanski references, multi-disciplinary artist Karl Holmqvist deconstructs, reconstructs, and questions the use of language. 

Other Features

Jim Harrison

Jim Harrison's new book, The Big Seven (Grove) continues to toy with many of his primary concerns as a writer—mortality, masculinity, and the search for a spiritual existence chief among them—following a retired police officer as he assesses himself and his relationship with the seven deadly sins. 


Creative Time Spring Gala 2016

April 28, 2016 @ Brooklyn Navy Yard, NYC

Dogpound Celebrates Its Grand Opening

April 28, 2016 @ 1 Renwick Street, NYC

Free Arts NYC Hosts Its 17th Annual Art Auction

April 27, 2016 @ Surrogate’s Courthouse, NYC

Resurrection Celebrates a New Retail Gallery and Archive

April 26, 2016 @ Resurrection, 45 Great Jones St., NYC