John Goodman’s first solo exhibition in New York juxtaposes beautiful black and white photographs of boxers and ballerinas, revealing the infinite similarities between both.
“Doctor, I want my hip bone.”
Doctor Padgett did a double take.
“I want my bone, you know, what you’ll be taking out.”
This first New York retrospective of eight of Radley Metzger’s films evokes a very different time and place erotically from the quagmire of our current facile online instant-gratification roundelay.
Tottenham’s subjects are the darker corners of American culture: success and doomed romance.
Together at last. Boxers and ballerinas. Those two great seemingly Yin-Yang forces of the physical—the soft, fluid Terpsichore and the aggressive Herakles.
Giselle is never not worth seeing—again and again and again. This particular season in Perth also offers the chance to see the ballet in a unique setting.
The Surrender tells the story of a woman who, after the disillusion of a lost marriage, moves quickly into an extended phase of wide sexual experimentation that lands her in a four-year love affair with a man who introduces her to the act of sodomy.