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None of that “Monster Mash” b.s.—your friends might die of pure fright after hearing how cool this playlist is.
Mark E. Smith is lost in music now.
Filmmaker Rodney Ascher's new documentary, Room 237, is all about the secret meanings hidden in Stanley Kubrick's horror film The Shining.
This week on Art Uncovered, artist and curator Rachael Morrison. Rachael works as a librarian at the Museum of Modern Art, and right now she's got two ongoing projects that draw from the Museum's collection. The first is an exhibition called Millennium Magazines that looks at the ways artists and designers are using the form of magazines, newspapers and zines to make innovative work in print. The show features publications from all over the world covering topics from food to architecture and includes New York based publications like Cabinet, Esopus and Showpaper.
In a new exhibition, up now at On Stellar Rays Gallery in New York, curator Toke Lykkeberg, has assembled an international group of artists who explore the"state of the face today." In the 21st century, Toke says, the face has become something "we avidly manipulate, perform, display, distort, detect, scan, enhance, blur, veil and avoid."
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