Tuesday, September 30
Monday, September 29
For the Guggenheim - Light Projection
For the Guggenheim will illuminate the exterior of the building every Friday evening, beginning September 26 through December 31, 2008, with the exception of October 24, from dusk to 11 p.m., with a special additional showing on New Year’s Eve.
Colette x Gap
Colette opened a pop-up store in NYC with limited edition collaborative products from Oakley, Uslu Airlines, Moncler and artist Andre, Gap t-shirts with artist prints and much more. The product will be available only at the Colette x Gap pop-up store at 54th & 5th next to the flagship Gap store in Manhattan.
Sept.6 - Oct.5
Sunday, September 28
Saturday, September 27
Superjail, which debuts this Sunday on Adult Swim, is causing a riot of critical controversy not seen since they took TV rights away at Attica Federal Penitentiary. One critic even went so far as to call the new animated series “the most incoherent, violent and irredeemable thing I have ever seen.”
Friday, September 26
"Vampirella was originally presented as an inhabitant of the planet Drakulon, a world where people lived on blood and where blood flowed in rivers. Drakulon orbited twin suns, Satyr and Circe, with the former erupting at irregular intervals to destroy all life on the planet. As the effects of the explosion wane, a new civilization begins. The race of which Vampirella was born, the Vampiri, were able to transform themselves into bats at will, sprout wings when required, and drink blood."
See other new concepts on Vampirella at the jump.
Richard Winsor in Dorian Gray
"Raw and eventually destructive -- and self-destructive -- sex hits the audience like a bracing slap in the face throughout Matthew Bourne's Dorian Gray (which has moved from London to Theatre Royal Newcastle for a one-week run, and is likely to reach American shores soon.) Because there's no dialogue in Bourne's modern-day dance-theater adaptation of Oscar Wilde's tale of poisoned beauty, the florid and frightening Wilde language is lost. But what's gained is a savage depiction of the kind of asphyxiating icon worship rampant in early 21st-century society. The work is boldly danced by Richard Winsor as the rapidly coming-undone eponymous figure, flowing-tressed Ashley Bain as the photographer luring Dorian to his downfall, and the statuesque and stunning Michela Meazza as a predatory Eileen Ford; the soaring, searing original music is by Terry Davies; and the noirish sets and costumes are by Bourne's usual collaborator Lez Brotherston. One moral of this cautionary tale: If you're ever asked to do a Calvin Klein underwear or cologne commercial, just say no."