Posts Tagged ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Carsten Höller: Experience

Carsten Höller: Experience
At the local carnival there was always some kid who freaked out and made the wiry man who manned the ride’s controls stop the rickety ride mid-spin.  I was that kid. I was the kid who refused to ride even the carousel because it made me dizzy.  By the time I reached my college years, I’d relegated...
February 8th, 2012 | Arts, Visual Arts | Read More

Church Hopping LIVE: St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Church Hopping LIVE: St. Patrick’s Cathedral
photo (c) Stephanie Nikolopoulos I imagine that all New Yorkers have at least one story involving St. Patrick’s Cathedral, regardless of whether or not they’re Catholic.  I grew up just over the George Washington Bridge, in New Jersey, and the cathedral looms large in my relationship with, and understanding...
August 3rd, 2011 | Arts, Church Hopping, Columns, Visual Arts | Read More

Perfect Happiness: Politics, Religion, and Art

Some say politics and religion have no place together.  They haven’t seen Michael Caines’ art show Perfect Happiness, currently on view at Mulherin Pollard Projects. Like a child with a pair of scissors and stack of disparate magazines and storybooks, Caines mixes and matches heads of politicians...
December 12th, 2010 | Arts, Featured, Visual Arts | Read More