Madonna’s brother Christopher Ciccone has betrayed his sister by writing a book named “Life with my sister Madonna’. In the book there are several intimate things about Madonna, which I am sure she won’t like at all
I also suppose the reason of this book is because the brother wants to be famous. And he will be for a while especially when the book is out on the market.
Out on Amazon.com
Four drawings and seven oil paintings from the last four years explore the tension between the tactile and the visual NYMAG
At Knoedler & Company 19 E. 70th St NY 10021 Thru 8/01
Counterculture critic Steven Hager argues that eighties New York was a place where “underground ideas became marketable commodities, blatant careerism was in fashion, and young painters were rapidly replacing rock stars at the forefront of youth culture.” See if you agree at “Totally Rad,” Paul Kasmin Gallery’s homage to the golden era of excess still fetishized by nostalgic ex–club kids and envious young punks alike. — Miranda Siegel ( NYMAG )
Thru 09/06 at Paul Kasmin Gallery 293 Tenth Ave NYC
While Beth Orton's fusion of electronic beats and indie folk earned her early accolades, her recently sparser productions have ushered in a new era of delicacy. Continuing to cruise on the momentum of 2006's critically acclaimed Comfort of Strangers, the hoarse-throated folkie hits Brooklyn's Prospect Park tonight 7PM, imbuing the bandshell with the intimacy of a back-room bar.