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The Weeknd "Tell Your Friends" (Grant Singer, dir.)

My biblical game isn't strong enought to tell you whether a burning bush is a good or a bad omen, but I know for a fact that one doesn't carry a shovel through a deserted field in order to build a sand castle. Bad shit is definitely afoot in this latest video from The Weeknd and director Grant Singer, where a premature burial is just the start of a dark and tense night.

Taylor Swift "Shake It Off" (Mark Romanek, dir.)

Taylor Swift might be going much more pop than you'd have expected — and maybe the thought of seeing her as a B-Girl, or a ballerina, or a hyper-stylized Gagaesque artist makes you very nervous, but no need to worry. It's all in fun with a "just be yourself" message, with an '80s golden age of pop video that directly references "Mickey" by one-hit-wonder Toni Basil. 

Jay Z "Picasso Baby" (Mark Romanek, dir.)

"I decided that I want to have a work that connects me more with the public, that concentrates … on the interaction between me and the audience.

I want to have a simple table, installed in the center of the atrium, with two chairs on the sides. I will sit on one chair and a square of light from the ceiling will separate me from the public.

Anyone will be free to sit on the other side of the table, on the second chair, staying as long as he/she wants, being fully and uniquely part of the Performance.

I think this work [will] draw a line of continuity in my career."

- Marina Abramovic, artist [in a letter to her curator about her 2010 MoMA show The Artist Is Present]