Displaying all articles tagged:

Matthew Barney

  1. art review
    Matthew Barney’s 1991 Show Is Better TodayAt the Gladstone Gallery, you can go back 25 years and witness the event that completely shattered the art world.
  2. art
    Sorry, People: Here’s the Real List of Sexiest Male ArtistsMost people haven’t heard of the magazine’s choice for sexiest artist alive, so we made our own list.
  3. man crushes
    40 Men That Men Find BeautifulNot who you’d expect.
  4. ask an art critic
    Jerry Saltz on Irritating Dealers and Glorious SpacesWhat’s the one thing a dealer should never do to a critic?
  5. Foodievents
    Chanterelle Shows Off Three Decades of Menu CoversFrom Robert Mapplethorpe’s to Allen Ginsberg’s, they’re all here.
  6. vu.
    Björk and Barney to Brooklyn Heights?It looks like the alt super-couple has a new home — with a nice new price tag.
  7. nsfw files
    The New ‘Tar’ Magazine Is Kind of Like ‘Purple’Yes, there’s nudity, but it’s not as edgy as ‘Purple.’
  8. ink-stained wretches
    ‘BlackBook’ Founder to Produce More-Obscure, Less-Inclusive TitleThere’s a new magazine coming out, and it’s going to blow your minds. It blew ours, just thinking about it.
  9. you saw it here first
    Matthew Barney, Banksy, and More: A Sneak Peek at Bono and Damien Hirst’s Art AuctionVulture’s exclusive slideshow of our favorite work in Sotheby’s (AUCTION) RED.
  10. you saw it here first
    A Sneak Peek at Bono and Damien Hirst’s Art AuctionVulture’s exclusive slideshow of our favorite work in Sotheby’s (AUCTION) RED.
  11. cultural capital
    Matthew Barney, the Bull, and the Chrysler It seemed appropriate that on that quasi-apocalyptic Sunday afternoon when the nor’easter sky released eight inches of rain on New York City that Matthew Barney had a rare live performance. In an enormous empty one-story warehouse not twenty feet from the East River in Long Island City, a standing crowd of around 200 populated by numerous art-student types, famous artists like Cindy Sherman and Vito Acconci, sundry museum curators, and icons like David Byrne and Björk witnessed what seemed like a cosmic cross between an Egyptian funeral, the end of the world, the Rape of Europa, a demolition derby, a porn film, and voodoo ritual. Whatever it was, it freaked a lot of people out.