Thursday, November 3 2011
Friday, March 4 2011
Celebrated film director and visual artist "Thai Joe" talks to PopMatters about the cost of transmigration, hybridity and fantasy, as his Palm D'Or-winning Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives finally bows stateside after traveling the long and winding roads of the international film festival circuit.
Friday, December 10 2010
This is a guilt-free pleasure for Cherry Vanilla fans and those mesmerized by the myths surrounding the rock 'n' roll of the '70s.
Wednesday, October 6 2010
Tuesday, July 27 2010
A lovingly handled soundtrack to Andy Warhol's short films of notables from the Factory crowd.
Monday, October 19 2009
Great visuals aside, this collection is hit-and-miss. Like any textual description of music that falls short of actually hearing it, the words can't keep up with the images.
Monday, August 17 2009
Instead of the kind of comprehensive curatorial essay contextualizing and explaining the work it reproduces, this assumes a list of unadorned, unexplained names tells a story.
Friday, November 7 2008
The Universe of Keith Haring digs under the artist's pop veneer and goes all the way to the surface, finding some kind of meaning in simplicity.
Wednesday, January 16 2008
What is surprising is that so little of 20th-century art criticism has focused on humor in art.
Tuesday, August 14 2007
In the second of two exclusive PopMatters book excerpts from The Rough Guide to the Velvet Underground, Hogan offers a who's who of Andy Warhol's Factory people.