out NOW! Production by Hudson Mohawke and Oneohtrix Point Never.
“I miss the times when I was really free.” Some beautiful
Antony's festival line-up at the Southbank Centre in London has been announced and includes: Diamanda Galas, Planningtorock + Light Asylum, Selda, Laurie Anderson, Cocorosie, Cyclobe, Myrninerest, Marina Abramovic, Elizabeth Fraser, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Joey Arias, Marc Almond, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black + Tenderloin, Charles Atlas: TURNING premiere with Antony, William Basinski, Hal Wilner Freedom Rides. More events to be announced soon. For further information including membership options please see the website.
Goodbye, dear Edwige, butch elegance, punk legend.
Cut The World
Cripple and the Starfish
You Are My Sister
Epilepsy Is Dancing
Kiss My Name
I Fell In Love With A Dead Boy
The Crying Light
A collection of tributes to Roger from various sources.
warm my heart
set my hands of fire
hair on fire
dress on fire
oh I'm an angel
an angel on fire
and I'm burning
to escape the cold
Check out the "Director's Cut" of CUT THE WORLD on over at .
“Having said that, let me say that ‘Potemkin,’ which I have seen many times and taught using a shot-by-shot approach, did come alive for me the other night, in an unexpected time and place. The movie was projected on a big screen hanging from the outside wall of the Vickers Theater in Three Oaks, Mich., and some 300 citizens settled into their folding chairs in the parking lot to have a look at it. The simultaneous musical accompaniment was by Concrete, a southwestern Michigan band. Under the stars on a balmy summer night, far from film festivals and cinematheques, Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 revolutionary call generated some of its legendary rabble-rousing power.”
An Online Reference Guide to African American History
Two paintings by Antony are now on view at the in Paris as part of an exhibition curated by Robert Wilson from the Watermill collection. The show, entitled "Living Rooms", also includes work by Paul Thek, Robert Mapplethorpe, Peter Hujar, Kiki Smith, Dash Snow, Clementine Hunter, Malick Sidibe, Larry Clark, Frank Lloyd Wright, C. Opie, Man Ray, and a pair of Marlene Dietrich's shoes.