Tag: Bjork

WHAT MAKES A QUEER ICON?

A cursory Google search yields few resources attempting to accurately define what makes a queer icon, well, iconic. And there’s a good reason for that. Whats makes a queer icon is at the same time simple and incredibly difficult to define. One one hand, its is easy to use blanket terms like “glamorous” or “camp”…

ART BASEL MIAMI 2017: EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

With this year's edition of Art Basel Miami behind us, we rounded up the best events that took place on the beach. Read on for photos and details of the exclusive parties and concerts throughout the week. III Points x Björk III Points brought Björk to Miami on December 5th for a special musical engagement—and…

MUSICIANS, ARTISTS & COMEDIANS UNITE FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD BOX SET

Two weeks ago, yet another detrimental action was put into effect against women’s health provider, Planned Parenthood. On March 30th, Vice President (and longtime enemy of women’s and LGBTQ rights), Mike Pence, broke a tie on a measure that would give states the authority to withhold federal funding from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers,…

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ANGE OF THREEASFOUR DEBUTS SELF PORTRAITS IN SOLO EXHIBIT “CARDIAC INSOMNIAC” AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

View coverage from "Cardiac Insomniac" Receptions, June 14th and June 20th at The Untitled Space Gallery. (83 Photos)  “Cardiac Insomniac: A Solo Show of Works by ANGE” On Tuesday, June 14th, Indira Cesarine of NYC gallery, The Untitled Space, and Coco Dolle of Milk and Night, presented a new show at The Untitled Space in collaboration with avant-garde design collective,…

BJORK – A RETROSPECTIVE @ THE MOMA – MARCH 8 – JUNE 7

Björk MoMA 11 West 53rd Street, New York March 8 - June 7, 2015 MoMA presents Björk, a retrospective dedicated to the multifaceted work of the singer, composer, and musician. Björk offers an experience of music in many layers, with instruments, a theatrical presentation, an immersive sound experience, a focused audio guide, and related visualizations—from photography…

JOSEF SALVAT TALKS OPERA, AQUA, AND THE FRENCH HORN IN AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“My main instrument has always been my voice because I never had to practice, you know?” says Josef Salvat, who has been singing professionally since “before my balls dropped.” Salvat’s first introduction to professional performance came when he was still in primary school in Sydney, Australia. He landed a part in Puccini’s acclaimed opera Turandot,…

DJ & PRODUCER MAYA JANE COLES ON MAKING IT IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

What does Maya Jane Coles—the UK-born house music producer and artist who is currently considered one of the rising stars of the industry, love most about music? “Everything!” she exclaims. “The fact that the same piece of music can make someone laugh, cry, smile, remember, forget, dance; it’s such a powerful medium and such an…

2014 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL DEBUTS

The 13th annual Tribeca Film Festival launched April 16th. For the opening night at the Beacon Theatre, the festival presented a screening of the Nas documentary "Time is Illmatic," followed by a performance by the rapper. Some of the more anticipated films that are slated to be screened at the festival include: the Bjork concert film…

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