FRED HALSTED DOUBLE BILL
During his lifetime, gay-porn provocateur Halsted was the last person the gay pride establishment would want to associate itself with. Now Halsted’s films are in MoMA’s collection and, for pride week, the Nuart will screen a double-bill of Halsted’s L.A.
MORE LIFE — MARK MORRISROE
There is nobody in this world who knows what my sexual fantasies are. It kills me to look at my old photographs of myself and my friends. We were such beautiful, sexy kids but we always felt bad because we
TORREY TOWNSEND — OFF-BROADWAY
Now on Broadstream: Jeremy O. Harris presents Torrey Townsend ’s eviscerating satire OFF-BROADWAY—starring Becky Ann Baker, Dylan Baker, Jessica Frances Dukes, Jason Butler Harner, Richard Kind, Hal Linden, Jillian Mercado, and Kara Wang—directed by Robert O'Hara and streaming this weekend.
ARTISTS AGAINST ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE
The Here and There Collective (THAT), Artsy, and Dominique Fung have joined forces for the benefit auction ARTISTS AGAINST ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE.
WANGECHI MUTU AT GLADSTONE
Coincident with her San Francisco exhibition at the Legion of Honor, new sculptures by Wangechi Mutu—as well as the New York premiere of the bronze works MamaRay and Crocodylus—are now on view at Gladstone Gallery.
CATHERINE GUND — AGGIE
Join The Brooklyn Rail for an online screening of AGGIE, “a feature-length documentary that explores the nexus of art, race, and justice through the story of art collector and philanthropist Agnes Gund’s life. Emmy-nominated director Catherine Gund focuses on her mother’s
It all started with the Nova Convention in 1978. Focusing on the American avant-garde in music, film, and literature, the convention really was a celebration of legendary beat writer William S. Burroughs. Burroughs was considered a “has-been” in America at
GARY INDIANA ON LOUISE BOURGEOIS
From 1952 to 1985, Louise Bourgeois underwent extensive Freudian analysis that probed her family history, marriage, motherhood, and artistic ambition—and generated inspiration for her artwork
TRUMAN AND TENNESSEE — AN INTIMATE CONVERSATION
Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote were deeply connected and had many things in common, but a mutual, sustaining friendship—in the warm, loyal, supportive sense—may not have been among them. “Frenemies” avant la lettre, they amused and antagonized one another across
FRANÇOIS OZON — SUMMER OF 85
If death doesn't interest you, if you don't want to hear about a corpse I knew when it was alive, if you don't want to know what happened to him and me and how he became a corpse, you'd better