GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield presents 25 years of work by Greenfield, who uses photography, oral history, and film to examine the pervasive influence of money, status, and celebrity in America and abroad. The first major retrospective of Greenfield’s work, the exhibition features nearly
Graffiti artist Banksy is making a foray into New York City once again with his latest work depicting a rat running along the inner circumference of a clock above a former bank building on 14th Street. Banksy first notified the public of his latest artwork on his Instagram account yesterday.
Sitting in a homely bistro on Malcolm X Boulevard, music journalist Greg Tate is bundled up in a peaked beanie, bright yellow scarf, and plenty of padded layers.
There’s something about analog development materials. Take, for example, these Legend of Zelda original design documents. Hand drawn on paper, they are still a sight to see. Nintendo UK recently uploaded a host of these originals on its official site.
Artist Sadie Barnette’s first solo exhibition, Do Not Destroy, illuminates what government surveillance looks like when the state declares you an enemy: It is invasive, indiscriminately thorough, and ruthlessly unjust. This much is clear when you walk into the Baxter St.
Described by The Verge as “a dramatic and emotional experience that is utterly unique,” “The Nest” is an immersive experience in Los Angeles that’s an amalgam of immersive theater, escape rooms, and narrative video games such as Bioshock, Firewatch, and Myst.
“There are a few places making great live performance videos online now, but no one has committed to exploring the possibilities of the visual element quite like King Krule has with this one. Even though they’re on the moon, Archy Marshall and the band give a performance as dynamic as if they were in an average studio-stage setting on Earth. I’m very here for more artists doing longer, concept videos like this, especially if they include astronomical events.” – Ann-Derrick Gaillot
h/t the outline