Questions About Madame X

Where to get Madame Chao's DVD?

Does anyone know where the get physical copies of Madame Chao's video art? The Ancient Chinese Cathode Ray DVD, specifically. Does anyone remember the "Madame Chao's" ("Madame Chaos?) videos that used to air on BCAT on Cablevision (in NYC) late nights in the late 90s/early 00s? It was ridiculously noisy, epilepsy-inducing video art, with samples of old Chinese wǔxiá movies and The Simpsons (here's some I found on youtube WARNING: NSFW, gory violence, disturbing imagery etc.) I used to work in a store in the E. Village where we had unlabeled copies of a couple of "episodes," with the tape just long enough to hold an episode and "Madame Chaos" scrawled across the top, which makes me assume these were originals. Unfortunately those are now gone (as is the store.) So does anyone have any info at all on how to get some physical copies? My Google-fu is weak, their website seems to be all sorts of broken (on purpose?) and t

Major Mistress Mystery Missed: Madame Makes Masses Manic!

In 2010, the granddaughter of Marthe de Florian died at age 91. An apartment she had kept locked in Paris since 1940 was finally opened and among the items found in the apartment was a gorgeous painting of her grandmother by italian artist Giovanni Boldini. Every article about the discovery focuses on Marthe & Giovanni and the painting. My friends and I are far more interested in the granddaughter... Can you help us find details? Every news article simply refers to the granddaughter as "Madame de Florian" and says she is the granddaughter of Marthe. Details we have: - She died in 2010 at 91, so she would have been born in 1919 or so. - She left Paris in 1940, so she would have been around 21. - Her grandmother was Marthe de Florian, a French actress who was the lover of Giovanni Boldini, one of the Prime Ministers of France, and several other society men. - Marthe supposedly used the apartment to entertain suitors. - Marthe's bir

How much time i need to spend to grammy museum and madame tussauds museum?

Hello! my main questions is ...can i spend as much time as i want in the museums? or the workers there give me for example 2 hours and then i have to leave the museum? Cani i go in the morning and live in the afternoon if i want to or there is a restriction? On madame tussaud;s museum do i need to pay in order to take photos with some celebrities? I will buy my ticket online... Thanks