April 27, 2010
Like a modern-day Houdini, magician David Blaine has made a career out of pushing the limits of his imagination—and his will and his body—in creating a death-defying body of work that’s involved being buried alive, encased in a block of ice, and swimming with sharks. but perhaps his greatest feat is how he has blurred the line between popular entertainment and performance art.
Marika Thunder Nuss
February 18, 2009
On the eve of her first solo show, the expressionist artist and fourth-grader talks about what’s wrong with the White House, what’s right with the Beatles, and what’s cool about walking down the street.