The New York Times did its “The Arts in 2010” review on Tuesday, and smackdab below the predictable “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” action photo was this:
With its costs and its casualties (including Christopher Tierney, standing above), “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” became the most scrutinized new show on Broadway this year, though it’s still in previews.
But it wasn’t the only endeavor to attract attention: visitors to the retrospective of the performance pioneer Marina Abramovic at the Museum of Modern Art entered between nude performers standing at attention.
Here’s the rest of the Times, er, coverage of MOMA’s Abramovic retrospective.
And here’s the hardworking staff’s coverage of the, er, coverage.
All we can say is:
O the Times! O the customs!