Even in fragments, his greatness comes through.
Looking back at the career of the New York Observer editor, who died on Friday at age 59.
"An artist … preternaturally acute and copacetic, as oddly visionary and just odd."
"In 1998, Artnet was the site that convinced me that if my writing didn't exist online, it didn't exist at all."
The art world ignored him. But he did what artists do: made something all his own.
Digging through the discographies of these two artists feels like a good corrective to the way disco’s been memorialized.
A spin through the Queen of Disco's oh-so-danceable discography.
"Luminescent color flecks that make it look like a million-eyed being from another dimension."
The story of Allen Hirsch and his pet monkey.
The mad genius behind one of New York's legendary independent schools died on Tuesday.
Some of us will miss her a great deal, and be glad for what music we have.
The writer opened Western eyes to Communist oppression — and, in turn, got his own character on 'Seinfeld.' A life well lived, indeed.
There's just something about 'Golden Girls' — and Getty in particular — that gets a girl all worked up.
What was the real story of Carlin's infamous 1972 arrest in Milwaukee?