On location at the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea, Christina Ha talks with artist Richard Serra about his latest work and then presents the arts and culture news. A look at the enterprising career of photographer Lynn Goldsmith: known in particular for her portraits, her work has appeared in major publications for more than 35 years.
Created by Rude Mechs, the ensemble-based theater collective from Austin, Texas, “Stop Hitting Yourself” is part “Pygmalion,” part Busby Berkley and part self-help satire. Written by Kirk Lynn and directed by Shawn Sides, with sets by Mimi Lien, costumes by Emily Rebholz, and lighting by Brian H Scott. “Stop Hitting Yourself” runs through February 23rd at the Claire Tow Theater.
Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Deborah Harry – these are just a handful of the rock and roll luminaries that have found themselves in front of the lens of photographer Lynn Goldsmith. As her new book “Rock and Roll Stories” demonstrates, the photographs are as much about her personal journey as they are a documentation of her famed subjects.
On location at the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea, Christina Ha talks with artist Richard Serra about his latest work. Highlights from the news: Angelique Kidjo at Town Hall; RIOULT Dance NY celebrates its 20th anniversary at 92nd Street Y; “Folk Couture: Fashion and Folk Art” at the American Folk Art Museum.