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Brian Weil, 1979-1995: Being in the World is on view at the Santa Monica Museum of Art until next Saturday, April 18. The exhibition features sixty works by Weil, from his late ’70s “Sex” series, which featured masked men and women in acts of bondage and bestiality (hired from personals ads in the Village Voice), […]
Last week Sister Spit, the legendary queer feminist literary collective, packed the Annex of the Hammer Museum for a rousing program of readings and recitations. The night was hosted by Virgie Tovar, who did a hilarious mock TED talk about the dangers of diet culture. Kate Schatz and Miriam Stahl Klein, the author and illustrator […]
Bernard Tschumi’s Architecture and Disjunction is a classic, definitive collection of the French architect and theorist’s essays and lectures. Best known for his design for the Parc de la Villette in Paris, with its colorful, deconstructivist folies (the result of a collaboration with postmodernist architect Peter Eisenmann), Tschumi has been theorizing about the definition and […]