The Week I explore the power of the homemade in relation to Art, featuring a selection of Outsider Artists, the fabulous Athens, Ga. band Pylon, and seminal New Wavers the B-52s. I hope you join me.
This Week I take a look at David Lean's masterpiece "A Passage To India", An essay on the glory of 1st edition books, "The Trolley Song", and the wonderful animator Sophie Koko Gate's "Half Wet". Join Me!"
"If you want the things you love, you must have showers."
In the midst of a harsh cold winter a little bit of sun: An essay on Brian Wilson and the influence of 60s pop group The Beach Boys. I hope you join me.
This Week I take at the look of the pivotal year 1980, the work of Whit Stillman, and I say goodbye to icons Joan Rivers and Robin Williams. I hope you join me.
This Week: The Westport Lady, Bassist Jaco Pastorius, a reading of Beth Henley's great stage play "Crimes of the Heart", and a screening of Eadweard Muybridge's beautiful motion studies from the 1800s. I hope you join me!
This Week we go back to New Orleans, view scenes from The Swimming Pool Library, consider the eBook, and dance with Astaire & Rogers. I hope you join me!
This Week the fiction of James Purdy, K.d Lang's lost classic soundtrack for "Even Cowgirls Get The Blues", The import of AMC's Breaking Bad, and outsider painter Howard Finster, all in a deluxe package.
The LA Issue! Come on over to The Paula Deen Show, Notes from The Paisley Underground with Kari Hosmer, and the paintings of Ed Ruscha.
This week a reappraisal of "The Great Gatsby", The Singleman Party's Kari Hosmer takes a look at The L.A. Punk Scene 1979, and I review Mason Currey's delightful new book "Daily Rituals".
Mark C. Lindsey is an artist and writer living in New York City. This Week is his video diary of current events, a romp through the streets, strange obsessions, and a view of the world through the arts.