Posts Tagged ‘Andy Warhol’

Five Books I’d Read

in which the author discusses five books he'd read, if time permitted.

1. The Weekend: A Novel, by Bernhard Schlink, translated by Shaun Whiteside.
This severe German novel was written by the same German dude who wrote the equally severe German novel The Reader (which I didn't read, though I saw the movie version starring Kate [...]

This Week in Art: Openings, Closings, Reviews of Muybridge, Figg and Keightley, Warhol

OPENING: “Painting in Haiku,” work by Andrea Krauss, opened Wednesday at Studio Gallery; “In Res Media,” work Ruth Levine, opened Wednesday at Gallery 10; “Beautiful,” work by Virginia women artists, opened yesterday at Greater Reston Arts Center; "Don't Be Scared, You're Supposed To Be" opens tomorrow at Irvine Contemporary; graduate student graduation exhibition, with work [...]

Now on View: “Jeremy Kost: Anyone Other than Me”

Jeremy Kost is not the life of the party, but that’s why he’s able to document it so well—he’s so unassuming that people trust him with their image, from drag queens in a New York nightclub to Bill Clinton on a red carpet. Kost captures the high-to-low party circles in which he travels much in [...]

Clip Job: Five Off-the-Wall Collaborative Performances

There's more to life than gigs.
A handful of area musicians are keeping that notion in mind this weekend, stepping outside their comfort zones for collaborative, one-night-only performances. There's Zomes, the drone-y project of Lungfish's Asa Osborne, which performs tonight at the Writer's Center in Bethesda as part of the ongoing Story/Stereo series. For the performance, [...]