It's no secret that Lady Gaga can be a high-maintenance gal. The woman is a walking MOMA exhibit with her unbelievable wardrobe. While she's not sporting her craziest styles out and about these days, she's still the same old Gaga we know and love. The latest financial drama between Gaga and her ex ... More >>
New Orleans bounce pioneer Big Freedia doesn't struggle with gaining converts. Since her 2011 Minneapolis debut, Freedia's crowd sizes have perpetually ballooned to the point where Saturday's Turf Club performance could sensibly be the last time she swings through town on a little-top stage. This Qu ... More >>
The great Ravi Shankar has passed at the age of 92, and we have a life timeline to chart his majestic artistic development. Back on August 3, 1967, George Harrison holds a press conference at the Kinarra School of Music in Los Angeles to promote a performance the following night by Ravi Shankar, the ... More >>
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While everyone may be as giddy as schoolboys (in schoolgirl dresses) to be at tonight's Replacements tribute show at First Avenue and Seventh Street Entry, former drummer of the band Chris Mars is more likely to be stretching canvas, gesso-ing board or putting the finishing details on another ... More >>
It's been 25 years since the Guerrilla Girls, a group of radical feminist artists, decided to do something about the sexism they found in the art world. Known for their gorilla masks and pseudonyms of deceased female artists, the group is also famous for their provocative posters, which were at f ... More >>
Attention early holiday shoppers: This weekend the gift store at the Walker Art Museum is having a three-day super sale. So if you're too poor to regularly shop at the MoMA this is your chance to get some aesthetically unique items at a deep discount.
Il Divo glitters among duller bulbs like The Girl From Monaco, Just Another Love Story
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Surviving the crush, teasing an oracular virtual dolphin, and making sense of the Walker Art Center's reopening party
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'One Hour Photo' takes an ugly snapshot of the retail employee
Nearly two decades after Alice Neel's death, her cold-eyed humanism has begun to look revolutionary
An abstruse exhibit at the Walker pushes the art of painting out of its gilded frame and into the pages of a textbook
The woman who turned her house into a canvas, and other stories from the far fringes of the visual-art scene
The master of hats. The scrivener of sheet music. The literary litigator. Seven people whose contributions to the arts win them utter invisibility.